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CALM BEFORE STO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
CALM 13EF0EE STOlÄ. Tho excitement consequent ' upon the political crisis aprpcars to be teni potarily ended, as illustrated by the shortage ol' election news from tho metropolis during the past few days and thc entire absence of any refer- ence to politics in our telegraph news to-day. This, however, inay,be regarded as the calm which usually precedes thc storm. -Presently wo will have the manifestoes of tho rival leaders, and then thc fun will commence in earnest. In tho mean, time thc brief spell from political palaver is a blessing, esiiccially tfl the newspaper mant
REMOVED. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
' BEHOVED. Messrs-Fearnley &--Co., Ltd., have removed to' their new offices in Whirl-street opposite the Harbor Hoard's ATo. 2 "wharf (Walsh's) where their busincssr^hitherto conducted in thc offices adjoining "tho Adelaide' S.S. Co.'s premises-will in future be carried' on.
STATE OF THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
STATE OP THE COUNTRY. Fiom thc Cairns riflemen who visi- ted Herberton it is learnt that the country in the vicinity ot thc latter, town looks delightfully fresh and green, thc late . tains having had a most beneficial effect,:- and grass and water being everywhere abundant. Atherton also looks lively, thc crops lK'lng' growing splendidly. The eff- ects ot the rain were apparent along the road from Herberton, past Ath- erton "and-to within a short distance of 3Iarecha, the latter place not hav- ing participated in the recent rains.
DRUCE CASE CLOSED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
DRTJCE CASE CLOSED. LONDON, Sunday. ? Thc evidence for the prosecution in the Druco perjury case was closed yesterday. Thc "Central News" slates that a warrant has been issued for the ar- rest of Caldwell on charges of con- spiracy and perjury. It has since boen found that ho started for Am- erica on Thursday unknown to tho police, despite the fact that his Lon- don residence was watched. At tho Sydney Police Court a wo- man was charged with stabbing a constable with a hatpin, when being, nrrcsted. She pleaded drunkenness, but was fined £10, or imprisonment J for three months,:
BRITAIN'S NAVAL SUPREMACY LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
BRITAIN*S NAVAL SUPREMACY LONDON, Monday; : Thc Earl ol Twecnmoush; .. First Lord of thc Admiralty, speaking at -Liverpool,^ said the navy must-be suf Ticicntly strong to "secure for Britain ithe supremacy of» the. seas despite: evterybudy. The Government had no intention nnd.no desire.to attack^any i Power, but the commerce of the nat lion must be protected.' He added that if he and his collcagiies iour.il i that they had to - make considerable demands in doing what . they were i obliged to do, they must' ask ¿ho «mn try .for. support. 'v.v
CIVIL WAR. FIGHTING IN PERSIA. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
FIGHTING IN PERSIA. LONDON, Monday. A serious outbreak has occurred at Teheran, where fighting took place between the Nationalists and Royal- ists. The city is in a state of siege. Cavalry and Cossacks are parading the palace grounds, while the foreign Legations and Consulates are' guar- ded. Tho NutloiiulIMa hu ve tuleen shelter in the y papsalai" mosque, while the reactionaries liaw: sought shelter in the Gun Square. Tho trouble was caused by thc Shah refusing to expel some of the teactionnry. chiefs who were intrigu iiw against thc Cabinet. The Ministry have resigned, appar- ently under compulsion, sinco three of the principul Min sters, including Masser cl Mulk, the Premier, were afterwards arrested on thc Shah's orders. Tho Parliament has become amazed, and has asked thc Shah the reason for the arrests. It was resolved to sit on and await au answer. Prior to this" an angry mob, de- manding the immediate execution of several soldiers for having recently murdered two shopkeepers ...
ENGLAND, 2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
- ENGLAND, 2nd ¡DminosV" anodes, c McAlistet, u Macartney 29 Fane, c Noble, b Saunders ... 33^ Hutchings, c-Armstrong.'b Saun- '-. ders. 17 Hardstaff, b Noble ..'.:.;r..;.... 63 Young, b Noqlc ................... .."j... 3 Gunn, c Noble, b Cotter 74 Barnes, b Saunders.ll Blythe, c Noble, b Saunders ....... 15 Crawford, c Hazlitt; b Cotter ... 5; Braund, not out .;.&lt; , 31 Sundries ... ^? Total, 9 wickets for--293
AQUATICS. THE FIJIAN SWIMMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
AQUATICS. THE FIJIAN SWIMMERS. ! Tho fact th.ut Teprcsentativcs of tho ]Iau team of swimmers and cricket- ers were to make their debut at a swimming carnival at Bronto on Sa- turday afternoon was tho moans ol brhfglng a large crowd to U)0 baths, (says the "S'M' Herald") /After a formal welcome had been extended in English, and replied ?> to in nn eloquent outWrst in tho Fijian ton- gue,, which latter greatly- impressed most of tho younger portion of tho audience, four members of tho toara in duo course stripped for tho water. Glistening with oil, and disregarding the superfluity of "nock to knee" tho four athletic, bronze figures wore much admired. After their display, however, the opinion/ was freely ex- pressed that tho Fijians would havu little chance in sprinting with our lo- cal exponents, lt had also been arran- ged that thc dusky swimmers should visit Bondi yesterday. In anticipa- tion of a display of surf-riding in * approved island fashion, and of other natatorial feats,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
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INTERSTATE CRICKET. VICTORIAN REPS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
INTERSTATE CRICKET, VICTORIAN REPS. SYDNEY, Monday. Thc fallowing 12 players have been picked to visit Melbourne with a view to a match against Victoria during thc Christmas holidays : Noble, Trumper, S. E. Gregory, Euri, Hick- son, E. L. Waddy, Macartney, Cctter Carter, Kelleway, Johnson and Whiddon.
TERRIBLE FATALITY. AUCKLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
TERRIBLE FATALITY, . AUCKLAND, Monday. At Balcnirn, 30 miles from North Christchurch, William Berry was driv nig with his son- William, aged 4 \vars, and another boy named George Deal, when the horse, trap, and the three occupants were preci- pitated over a bridge" into a chasm 50 feet deep. AU were billed.
News of the World. British and Foreign. By Cable. DISASTERS AT SEA. GALES AND WRECKS. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
[News of thá. World. British and Foreign. By Cable. DISASTERS AT SEA. GALES AND WRECKS."' . ... ' r,i LONDON. Sundâv. |-. Terrific gales are occurring In Great. Ilritain and tho." Channel.'Lloyds ' report 30 minor wrecks., . -. Floods continue ... in tho western counties, and. the watershed of thc Thames Valley. The Thomnt, Lawson, 5000 tons, a l>ctrolcuin boat, capsized while riding ns anchor off Scilly (South of Ire- land), sixteen being drowned and three saved. , A heavy sea swamped a steam cut- ter, belonging to the torpedo, gun- boat Speedwell, at Sheerness P_icr. ïjight blue-jackets, who were start- ing on their Christmas ilea vc. were drowned. -,
JAPS. SUSPECTED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
^ JÀPS; SUSPECTED. / LONDON, Sunday. On thc. ground that Japanese sor cants,';wero,;son. tákBng notes of the system'iof/ßim'V¡,controland other ¡ in- stallations,, it is stated at" 'Hampden Hoads ¡ .¿hat -..those, employed ' on board Admiral Van's battleships were not allowed to accompany thc fleet lo the Pacific, all being dismissed Tho ships of the squadron aro stated to be crammed with ammunition.
THE ZULU TROUBLE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 17 December 1907
: THE ZULU TROUBLE. , LONDON,;Monday.,; ' Dinizulu .has-boen conveyed to Dur. j han^j¿Tra.j«* ott those ¿ y who previously" accompanied liiin. have been arrested tin suspicion bf'preaching sedition. , The rest of ' thc .chief's followers .have been sent to their homes'' and warned to deliver up tho rebels, with firearms. Many of the natives have brought in arms. . Tortion of tho troops dre being de- mobilised. Colonel McKenzie reports that the outlook is reassuring. Thé ônler which had; been issued . ut Vrylîéid'for the demobilisation of .the Mounted Rifles and other troops has been cancelled . and ,tnc I 'district re- serves at Utrecht5 and ^Vrj'hcid have been summoned. This sudden decision on the part of tho military authorities has caused much excitement.