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Cairns Municipal Election. TO THE RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 27 January 1898

Calna Mmiidp*! Bttothm. TO THE RATEPAYERS: Ladies and Gentlemen, I anrthe Philosophic Voice of the Labor- Party-that great party of reform and progress. I am also -Mickey the Moocher. I have long been filled with the desire to represent your interests at the Council table and the other day when running the tooth comb through the hair of my friend and comrade Joseph K-1 caught weir I caught an inspiration. "Ad- vance" said Joe "and do not draw the line of de-mar-kation at the Council, but continue to perspire (he meant aspire) and we will ultimately place you in the halls of the Legislative Assembly." In response, Ladies and Gentlemen, to this direct c ll to duty I.offermy services to-day. Sure the people in the old dart will l>e stagger- ed to see me first an Aldenhanand afterwards Mayor. I have many views, including some photographic ones by Lyne Brown. I believe in econ- omy. Instead of ih : kerosene lamps now in usc in the town why do not the Council burn candles, or even cott...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MoNDAY, 24TH JANUARY. (Before H. Mornis Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 27 January 1898

MONDAY, 24TH JANUARY.1898 (Before H. Monis Esq., J.P.) William Fothtrgill, charged with deserting from " H.MS. Torch,'' at Cairns on *6th August, 1897, was remanded to 31st January instant. William Fothergill was also charged with larceny of a pair of boots, thc properly 'of David Ray at Hambledon plantation, and re nuoded to «th hut. Timothy Daly was cautioned and discharged for drunkenness. ' ' . John Oliver was fined 5s for the same oftence.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PEKTII, Wed. Very rough weather Ima been ex pcrienced alon:,' the coast ¡mil scveial vessels are ovonlue. The Pm melia hus been flotttd off the ,'liatifc wlieit! she wa* stuck and hus resumed hm- voyage. Serious charges of Hogging H icks to death have been preferred against threi run holders. Three men iMiii'd A'qnitl), Brown and Selwyn were kided to-day through a fall of sea fluid ing at tito additions to the Government uilice». Some very rich specimens have been shown hy a miner named G rn: 83, wini asserts that they cune from within 100 miles of Peril). Nf: rcíu xs to say anything about fie lin! until lie Ins secured ihc grauml, which is supposed to te ftoehold property.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed. At thc Fvili-ral Convention sittings yesterday, Sir JV Abbott stated that, it was of nu usu considering die poisiUl i ty of Quoi, ii 1 iud coming into thu Federation, as the black labor difficulty proved ah insuperable obstacle in more Wayn than one.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. SVDNEV, Wed. Further rich gold finds are reported from tho Narregundah_ district. Five dishes of dirt panned oil for 126 oz*, gold worth £i per oz. A big rush has set in. The hush fires in the locality of Mount Delegate are extending, and it is feared that many farmers wilt lose all their propeity, The flghti g platform of the Political Labor League of N.S.W. is deñupd as "Abolition of Up|«r House' State Bank: and Old Age Pension ." The,half yearly teport of the A.J.S Bank shows a profit of £1725 for the half year. The railway revenue fer thc quarter I was £804,712, u decrease of £14,850 as Compared wistt the previous quarter. Five men have been arrested in con- nection with the burglaries at the Arnecliff^ Post Office. One of them fired three shots at the police and Con- stable McGrath was seriously wounded in the thigh.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

QUEENSLAND. Biii.siiANK, Wedncadiiy. The passengers liy the Wodonga for Cooktown via ports ate :-Mesdames Wignall, N. H. Brown and infant und maid, Irwin, O'Neil and infant, E. H. Larter and family, Beattie, H. Tru- man ; Misses Hamilton, Lünens (2), Dibbin, Down, Sellars, A. T. Finney, J. Stevens, C. Eshston ; Messrs Ray, Fitzgerald, E. li. Larter, Louis Gold rin«; R. S. William«, Whitehead (2), Jameson, Erdley, N. H. B own, Ham- ilton, Low, C. S. Noiri?, E. J. Pilcher, J. W. Meiklejohn, A. J. Mc Boner, S. Mathews, II. Weiner, J. Ven de Vedel, Pritchard, Benland, F. McKenzie, Sugden, Bnckltnd, A. K. Cai ter, II. J. Neill, McDonnell, J. N. Taylor, A. V. Pullum, Brown, A. Tiueman, R. Cuilmure, S. Saunders, H. E. Brooks, J- J. Robinson, N. Walls and A. J. McDonnell.; In conni clio» with tim recent death of Mr D. McDiarinid, General Mana- ger Bank of North Queensland, the Coronei's jury returned a verdict of "suicide while tempoiarily insane." The inquiry into the chat gea made by Mr N...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

Télégraphie. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON*. Wed. Neal ly 40,000 employees of the , val jovis i-ngineering linns went back ti work on Mouday last after signing the Masters' tu.i nm. The Suit m hus replied to ' Kassia's warning regarding Kurdish raids on A rtneuia. The Porte t-tatcs that while endea\ori'i^ to do his utmost to "pre- vent lawlessness of any kind in Armenia lie cannot guarantee to effectually control ti.e wild Kurdish tribesmen. Owing ti the recent corner made in wheat by Mr Baiter, the price of the grain has advanced ls 3J-d per quarter. Mr Beit-ir owns nearly every .surplus bushel of wheat in the United Slates. The French newspapers ate indig- nant nt Russia's censure of the French Government over the prosecution of M. Zjla in connection with the Drey- fus Scandals. King Menelik. hus promised not to interfere willi the British on the Upper Nile. ' ? ,,..,iV.,C. . . , V . ... Russia insists upon the unconditional appointment...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEPAETURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

DEl'AtTtJttTS. Januar)' 27-Arawatta, s, Captain F, G. Lee, for Cooktown via Port Douglas. Passengers : Messrs Murry, Haines, and five ia the steerage. Surras, Philp and Co., .gents. January : 27-Warrego, s, Captain W. R. Fleetwood, for Sydney via ports. Passengers : nine in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. January 28-Franklin, s, Captain Vipan, for Southern ports. Passengers: Mr E. B. AVarebam, and five in thc steerage. J. G. Femley, agent. January 29-Arawatta, s, Captain F. .G. Lee, for Southern ports. Passengers : Mes- dames Horlein, Paull, Misses Shaw, Black, Blakey. Swallow, Mess's Francis, Sargent, Miles, Lightfoot, Master Swallow, and 16 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. February 1.-Tainan, Captain Ramsay for Hong Kong, 7 steerage passengers. ' Walsh and Co, agents. February 2.-Lass O'Gowrie, Captain Mc Kenzia for Townsville. Passengers : Mrs Power and 2 in thc steerage. Walsh & Co, agents. February 2.-Naiad, Captain Corbett fur Port Douglas. 14...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

Dr. H. H. Stanley Maude Dentist, Brisbane and Charters Towers. 0ONSÜLTING Dentil Surgeon to the Charters Towen Hospital, late of St. George's Hospital, Hyde Park, and the London Dental Hospital, Leicester Square, London, also of thc Philadelphia Dental College, U.S.A., and the" Hotel de Dieu, Paris.. Formerly manager for, and afterwards successor to* thc late Mr W. Holmes-Moore, of Charters Tow.ers. Will visit CAIRNS on WEDNESDAY, February 2nd, and may be consulted at Mi's Hides' Hotel from that day till WEDNESDAY, , February 9th. Specialities. Painless Extractions under the various local and general Anesthetics. Artificial Teeth without Plates by means of which almost any number of arti- ficial teeth may be inserted in the mouth without un- sightly attachments, producing the near- est approach to a natural appearance yet discovered. Many patients are hot aware that old or illfitting teeth may be remodelled at considerably reduced charges. An entire. Dental plant is carried, and all...

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MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

MOVEMENTS. The Palmer, s, from Townsville, via ports, is due this morning, and will have prompt despatch for the Sonth. ' The Parroo, s, ia dne from London via ports. The Wodonga, «, with the weekly nail from the Sooth, is dne here to-day. The Colac, s, from Southern porta is dne on Friday, ind will leave on-the retara trip, on Saturday. The Maranoa, a, from Northern and Golf porta ia dne on Thnraday week. The Cintra, a, leaves Brisbane for North- ern porto on Saturday.

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Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

Chamber of Commerce. A meeting of the Cairns Clumber of Commerce was held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday, 26th January, in connection with the recent enforce- ment of the " Aborigines Protection and. ute of Opium Restriction Act." Present -Messrs C. Walsh (President), A. 3. Draper, J. Hansford, E. Donegan, J. G. Fearnley, T. S. Hope. J. P. Canny, K. Aumuller, P. J. Wilkinson, M. Walsh, and R. Sturt (Secretary). A number of leading Chinese merchants were also present. Mr Hansförd pointed out that nu other person in the Cairns district except a chemist or doctor could keep any opium whatever on his premises, and that even these were limited to 21b. In Brisbane, Rockhampton and Townsville anyone could hold fire tons of the drug, and this being the caso it was hound to find its way into this district, and the only differ- ence would be that the duty would be paid in Southern ports instead of here. If the Act had been for tho purpose of excluding opium from Queensland it would have...

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"DO NOT VOTE FOR LE VAUX TEN REASONS WHY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

"DO NOT VOTE FOR LE VAUX TEN REASONS WHY. 1- Because he is a new chum. He has resided here barely twelve months, and does not yet know the name of the Main Street. 2- Because Lawyers are generally Gabby Nuisances, filled with nothing more practical than " whereas " and " furthermore." 3- Because the Candidature of Mr Le Vaux is. merely a combined advertisement and impertinence. 4- Because a man who seeks a seat on the Connell should hare lived long enough in the town to know the Towns Requirements. 5- Because a man who aspires to mind the business of other people, should first show that he knows how to look after his own. : 6-Because he is a Tee-totaler, and, as a result, it is on the cards that he will often be .too unwell to attend the Council Table. 7- Because he is a Political Shuffler, and transparent Rail-Rider. 8- Because the best interests of the public will suffer if yon elect him to-day. 9-Because any Lawyer at the Council Table, if retained by a cheat to eater aa action a...

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VOTE FOR G. W. LE VAUX. A WAIL FROM FOSSILDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

VOTE FOR G. W. LE VAUX. A WAIL FROM FOSSILDOM. We're a bumptious little party anil we boag thia little world ; And we're going to boss it longer if we're able ; But some chuckled»headed i lio ts have a new programme unfurled And they want to set a Lawyer at the table! He's a nasty, pushing fellow, and he'll hustle us along, And he'll make the ¿how a horrid, beastly Daliel ; We're a foolish, dreamy, sleepy set, we know he'll set us wrong; So if you lore us-keep the lawyer from the table! We've some go-ahei l ytmng people in thia little town of Cairns, - And they say our tale of progress is a fable ; That we've worked our little jobberies, all in our several turns ; How can we?-if a lawyer's at the table ! These. foolish folk do likewise say, tha* we're outlived oar time, . That where progress is concerned we're . just about aa dead aa Abet ; Yet we want to grind an axe or two, and and won't we rise a shine, . If they euchre ns by planking-a live lawyer at the table ! A SHOUT FROM PRO...

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Tin Municipal Stations. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

Tin Municipal Station». Considerable interest waa manifested throughout Tuesday last, which was the pollute dar ia eonneetioa with the Cairns Municipal Coancil. Two waggonettes and Ht U Vana*» baggy conveyed ratepayer« to the poll, and the three new candidates, Messrs Le Vans, Bardon and Ward, worked hard .personally in ¡mincing the bashful ratepayer from bia lair. . Besides the ad- dresses of the varions candidates, thousands of cards patting forth their claims to a seat on the Coancil, and directing the rate- payer« how to vote, were scattered broad- cast throughout the Municipality, as well as handbills giving reasons in metre aud prose'why each candidate should be pot at- tira top or bottom of the poll. Of these latter the following may be quoted as characteristic of the rest : "To the Ratepayers of Cairns and the Tabficans of Cairns. Alderman A. J. Draper is reported to have laid:-'I like Bardon well enough. He's a decent sort of chap, bat we don't want any publicans at the Coa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

OK UU IT UDROCK NICKI. Ulfcar*. Special Reserve Whisky. OUadtM 15 yens old Special Reserve Whisky . linln* 12 years old Glen Lion Whisky . Bfc*^ Ito BMKhe. Pale Brandy . Mäm'a XXX, Sparkling Ale in Octaves, quarters and cases. 'WALSH & Co., Cairns and Port Douglas, Mamba and Mossman. USE ONLY "MYOLA» O O Xa Xa. Xi JD, Grown at Myola, near Barroii F.tlls Cairns, N.Q. ' The Registered Brand is an Alligator. . , WALSH & Co., SOLE AGENTS

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. January 27-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clark, from Townsville, via ports. Passengers : Hisses Thomas, Allen, Mrs Paull, Messrs Manners. White, Bromfield, Thomas Sargent. Francis, Wereham, and 14 in the steerage, Bums, Philp and Co., agents. January 27-Arawatta, s, Captain F. G. Lee, from Southern ports Passengers: . Misses Henry, Quinlan, Haldane, Mesdames Haldane, Enright, Sullivan, Schaffert, Boland two children. Raper, Messrs Begg, Waddel, Stronagh, Amos, Murry, Victory, Lennon, Newman, Milligan, Fanning. Sharpe, Saunders, Boland, Yokoyama and 12 in thc steerage. Bums Philp and Co., agents. January 27-Warrego, s, Captain W. R. Fleetwood, from Northern and Gulf ports. Passengers : Misses Claussen. Champion, Mrs Scott, Mr Scott, and 5 in thc -steerage. Bums, Philp and Co., agents. January 28-Franklin, s, Captain Vipan, from Southern ports. Passengers : Mesdames, Compton, Kenny and two children, Miss Downey, and 16 in the steerage. J. ti. Fcarnly agent. January 29.-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

A.U.S.N. JJO., Ltd. ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE." flpHE Steamers of thc alwvc Company are X intended to sail as under: Townsville"] Bowen Mackay .Rockhampton .Gladstone .Bundaberg .Maryborough I WODONGA, Brisbane" Sydney > . j 51'1 Melbourne SAdelaid?, {Albany jFreemantle j Geraldton {Cossack, and other West Australian ports ' Geraldton 'I Mourilyan I Cardwell I PALMER, Dungeness | Towc-ville I TO-DAY Port Douglas > Cooktown I WODONGA {Thursday Island I {Normanton | TO-»AY {Burketown I .Transhipping n Keppel Bay. {Transhipping at Cooktown. {Transhipping at Melbourne. Vor further particulars apply to SBÜRNS, PHILP ii CO.', LIMITED, Agents. _ (SV Teni Keg:.) rpHIS Steamer is now Employed for Attendance ou Oversea Steamers at Fairway Beacon, and is also available for all lighterage and towing purposes. Special Terms to Picnic Parties and Friendly Societies, When in Attendance on Oversea Vessels a limited number of Passengers will be carried. FARE : 2s 6d, Adults ; Children, ls. BU...

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CHINAMAN'S CREEK TENTATIVE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

CHINAMAN'S CREEK TENTATIVE SCHEME. Capacity 34153 gallons iu 21 hours. To snpply present population only with, say 28 gallons per capita per diem. Estimated cost of this scheme. Capacity «# »,W>»t. IHM adlwipaW^Ml». BJ looa in 12 ho« ra. .-r . ?: «»dworka, say ... ... . 100 0 0 Three inch main ... ... 154S 0 0 520 chains reticulation pipes 1 3in., 2in. aud lin. dla [ 20G2 0^0 meter. ) Contingencies, 10 per cent ... 371 0 0 Engineering, 5 per ccut, say 190 * 0 0 Total, exclusive of land, &c. 4280 0 0 ESTIMATED ANNUAL WORKING EXPENSES Interest and redemption on 1 "-H FT A say £4300 at 6 per cent j Ranger ami Tura Cock (one 1 .T, " 0 person)'- . ) " Repairs aud maintenance ... "'. 25 0 0 Clerical'work to be done by 1 Town Clerk's Depirtmeut [ 0 0 0 free. ) Total... ... ... ... 4S3 0 0 ' ESTIMATED ANNUAL REVENUE. I am not in a position to estimate this. J. B. HENDERSON, Hydraulic Engineer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.-Under the distinguished pat- ronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the JVHnister for Foreign Affairs, through thc Consul-General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhibi- tion, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. Theie are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming etude, resinous oils. In order thal these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recog- nised by the .Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state - It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Bonn and Griefs wald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Pro- fessor Dr Mossier, Director of the Medical...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 February 1898

BI-MONTHLY (FEBRUARY) LIST of Persons mnn^n.'lJ! '~ I^P""*""""-T"-'^ ' inthe Year .sVs. fortheEIcc^ral DistrictTcï of thc Legislative Assembly ,,the:I2nd day of - N^IES on this List be sent to the ElecîorÏÏ Registrar at:Cairns, and to the Persons objected to, not later than Dated this First day ofFebruary, 1808 - ' H- MORRIS, ' ' " ? ? : ' Electoral Registrar. SURNAME AND CHRISTIAN KÄME. Alexander, William Montague :iAngel, Augustus James . Barrett, Frederick . .Botbamley,Edgar :. : Bourke, Patrick Joseph Chard, William John Clarke, Alexander Cleary, Cornelius Cleary, Daniel ... Cleary, 'John Cowie, James Frederick Delugar, Thomas Martin Jules Dosetto, John Eastwood, Joseph Grectham ... Francis, Edward Gorman, Patrick Gray, John Hamilton, John Arthur Kerwin, James .. . Lloyd, james Charles Marshall, Bertram Martin, James Frederick Miller, John Patrick McMah, Francis Little McNamara, James Peterson, Niels - Rawnsley, Charles Albert ... Renner, Charles Albert Richards, Charles McDonal...

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