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Barron Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

tUrron Divisional Board. The ordinary monthly meeting of the the Barron Divisional Board, being tho first meeting for the year 1898, was held in the office of the Secretary, Mr A. J. Draper, on ; Thursday last. . Present Mesura -'- N. . McLean V (Chairman), R. Hampe, R. A. Tills, D. Thomatis, R. Hannam, T. Haren, C. Anderson, J. .1. Fallon. : , ? : Ü,; Mr Tallon introduced Messrs Hannam and. Haren, ' the new memlters on the Board. . ;;. . ' - The Chairman (MrMcLean) said that he was pleased to welcome Messrs Hannam and Haren whom he was sure would prove an acquisition to the Board. CHAIRMAN'S ANNUAL RETORT. The Chairman's Annual Report as fol- lows was read by the Secretary : ; " I have thc honor to submit for your in- formation the following details of the work- ings of the Board during thc past year. When I was selected Chairman a year ago the balance in hand was ¿'158. Since then the income has been as follows : Rates .... ... .:. ... £w Subsidy ... . 121 Sundries ... ... ... 56 ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

NOTES AND NOTICES ' Mr A/1/Draper calls attention to his very large stock of furniture suitable for hotels and private howes, and which mast be soldat once. <-;-v. ''? .í -i------ * . A small quantity of Honolulu, British New Guinea,' anti Kew sugar plants are available for distribution at' the Kamerunga State Nurser)'. .. . I!^'C"iajs._Standen, long, and . favorably kWrnTin connection with the Kuranda Hotel UssaMng for a transfer of the license .to Mrs Remilton. Mr Standen will, we understand, rgs in for farming at his sélection on the other '.ide of the river. ; \ "The local saw-mills have been kept very busy during the past , three months and yet they have been unable to fulfil their large orders for timber. The "local demand has increased very much lately, while Southern and .Northern orders have also been very large. Ä Mr T. G. Blakey, of the Boa Marche, Abbott Street, is still kept very busy over his Annual Stock-taking -Sale,' which closes on the 22nd of this month...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Cairas Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

Cairas MoiüeifMU Coanoil. The ordinary monthly meeting of the . Cairns Municipal Council waa held iu the ' Connell'Chamber»?im' Tassdsy evening last. Prêtent : Aid. K. Aumuller (Mayor), G. W. Le ' Vaux, A.: J.i Draper, Geo. Bardon, G. R. Mayers, M. Boland and Lyne Brown. APPOINTMENT or OrricEns aso Cosi . ' .MlTTEB. The foll'ivving apuoiiitnienta were made: ' Oii tho motion of Aid. Brown, second- ed by Aid. Draper, Mr J. A.. Bunting was re-appointed Town Clerk at a" salary of .JE250. ;: ;' ' ; Tows CLERK'S ASSISTANT. . Tho, Mayor na l a lotter from the . Assistant asking for a riso in salary fruin 10s to £1. ' Aid. Mayers thought from 10s to £1 was .too much <if a jump. He morctl that, the salary lie 17s per week. - Aid.-Bubtnd, "in seconding the mutton, said that the clerical 'expenses ; of running the office were altogether out of propor : tiotfto'jthe business done and:the amount '"o? ratea collected. - Aid. Brown siid he would support the motion provided that the Town...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

WHOLESALE & RETAIL Provision - Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS, MBOLAND bays His Goods' for Spot Cash, in the Cheapest and . Best Marketa of the World. He can, therefore, afford to sell at a fair Profit; Cheaper than any other House in Cairns. WHAT IS M, BOLANDS STOCK i? My Stock Cotises Evtirjfrhinjfthe housewife s' .' Everything the mineiifÄires. h Everything the sugarier requires. Everything the timber-gewfjnts. . . Everything the RailwayfijWree needs. Myfctail Price» ?.i ???? í';.t-.r;;v3¡léíGashraré' ? ' '? Less! tlIpSiiolesale Trices TR'SyírBbLAND lÂSKjffîttS PRICES Goods Delivered promptly to all'parts of the Town and District PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PRODUCE, Fresh Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twice a week. ÎL BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant, ABBOTT STREET. CAIRNS, r.' HUNTER'S KURANDA Paw Paw Fruit Saûçt PURITY, There is no Animal Mattel Nc* Saucr. it being A Purely Fruit and - . Vegetable' Condiment. PAPAIN. This Most Valuable . -Digghve ...

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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone," Thursday Morining, Feb 10, 1898. FEDERATION AND THE LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

"MORNING POST.'! "Neither by fear nor by 'favor, but by Truth alone,1' nixtday Maila*,T»V io, UN FEDERATION AND THE LABOR ? PARTY. ,R ; : As oracle of the Queensland Labor Party, Mr T. Glassey spoke in. the Trades. Hall in Melbourne on Friday, January list last, regarding*Federa- tion, Had he confined himself to this subject all might have' gone 'well, but the unfortunate part is that rio bounds can be set to his oracular.'wisdom. Mr .Glassey went ostènsibljto Mel- bourne to listen to the . debates in the Federation Convention, , but while there, it was of course hardly to be supposed ; that he could "resist the opportunity for speechifying., At the Trades Hall everything went as . happily as, possible. , There was a crowd, the cheers, and the absence of any check upon his tongue, which arer so dear to the heart of the demagogic . orator.. -Mir Glassey started off by re- gretting that Queensland had not sent delegates to the Convention, and in the next breath he admitted that he was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

I HAP WAH DAIRY I W. J. MUNRO & CO., Wholesale - and - Retail - Butchers, - Lake - Street,] BEG TO ANNOUNCE to the Public of Cairns and District that they have, at the request of many of their Customers, decided to start Dairying. ? HAP WAH DAIRY, 3-MILE, Is-now replete with every convenience in" the shape of well-built Sheds and Milking Yards fot the proper carrying out of a Dairying Business on an ex- tended basis. Arrangements have been perfected to Stall Feed, the milking cows, so that the public may rest assured that- . Will bc Supplied at 4d per Quart'from the Hap Wah-Dairy every morning before 7 o'clock. W. J. UunrO A Go. recently purchased the two principal milking herds in the Herberton District, and now own a magnificent herd of Which will have a run of 640 acres of old plantation country tb pasture upon. As a result, all customers may rely upon receiving a regular and full supply of PURE MILK all the year round. . . Customers will be waited upon for orders in due ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

A FORTUNE TO BE MADE WANTED at once, ia every locality, an intelligent pertoo to act as our Agent. No auecial knowledge reqaired, and without interfering with pretest. occupatioa. Aa excelkat opportunity for a yoeng man or lady.-Address, Mono Manufactaring Coat paay, 3, Red UoaCoart Laude*, È.CV GROCERIES, DELICACIES, dc. -, MÍ anfaBLAXi nostros TM-LENNON & CO. Dr H. H Stanley Maude Dentist, Brisbane and Charten Towen. CONSULTING Dental Surgeon to tho Charters Towers Hospital, late of St, George's Hospital, Hyde Park, and the Loudon Dental Hospital, Leicester Square, London, also of tho Philadelphia Dental College, U.S.A.,' and the Hotel de Dieu, Paris. Formerly manager for, and af ter «»nls successor to the Tate Mr W. Holmes-Moore, of Charters Towers. Will visit'CAIRNS on WEDNESDAY, February 2nd, and may be consulted at Mrs Hides' Hotel from that day till WEDNESDAY, February 9th. SptCialltlc*. Puinlesa Extraction! »nd Artificial Teeth without Plate*. N.B.-Dr. Maude is prepa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

WHOLESALE COFFEE M E R C HINT. GROWN ' .AND MANUFACTURED BY I). R. LKWIS, MOUNT-GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, . QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE ! TRY A TIN OF MOUXT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK r\, FOR THAT BRAND. 'ABSOLUTELY. PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. SOLD IN Mb. TINS, and No 2 IN 21b. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residents of Cairns, Mareeba, Herberton, Montalbion, 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 pledges his word that there is no better matured or purer Coffee in the world than LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. MRS S BYRNE CRfTÇRIOH / H 0T?L ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. ÍKINDLY, note .anil remember that MRS. S. BYRNE, late of thc Gresham Hotel, L Abholt'Street, has purchased tho .'CRITERION," lately occupied by SIR. P. J HOWLEY. The "CRITERION " is a Comfortable House and miller thc new management will be made as attracti...

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BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

BRIEFS. Wé have only just realised that tall ?err h«m «t Inur-» 11 Ml wrVaasage) over" âVe-ffeet sisera. If it had .been the writer's lock to be tali he would never have been " short." A young lady and gentlemm had a discussion the "other night at a certain local hotel, where they both reside, the subject being bacteria, bacilli, mic- robes, etc. The conversation was continued as tliey walked down stairs together. " Do you think,"' he remarked with a very scientific air about him " there is any danger in kissing?" At once came the reply " Wait until I run down stairs and see if father is having a sleep." Later developments must be re- garded as strictly private. One of the " Post " compositors is a renowned cyclist. Feeling unwell after his celebrated ride to Port Doug- las, he visited Dr. Robin at the Port. "Yes," remarked the doctor after examining the patient carefully, " You are suffering from acute saddlecetts and pedaldria, complicated with a serious touch of handlebaria," "An...

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IN REPLY TO "CAFE AU LAIT." EDITOR OF THE " POST." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

IN REPLY TO "CAFE AU LAIT." EDITOR OF THE " POST." . Sir,-A letter appears in your con- temporary's issue of February 5th, which seems to be a little too previous, and contains ? some- statements which he (the writer) -would; find hard to subr stantiate. He has evidently an edge on Messrs Harper and Co., of Brisbane, and Queensland merchants generally, and seems to doubt if some. of them know their business. The writer signs himself "Café au Lait" so-that it is doubtful from whom the letter emanates. Thc statement' said to be from 'Messrs R. J. Rouse' and Co.'s report of the.Colonial markets for the week ending November 17th, 1897, should have been placed jido by side with'the "^Produce -World " " A break in coffee " which appears in the Dec- ember 3rd 1897, edition of that very faith- ful publication. It is as follows:-" It has been a matter of surprise for a long time past how, in spite of the immense cut put of Brazilian cotfec, values not only of that description but of the choi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

Established ...1690... UNIVERSAL .PROVIDCRS lipporttrs aod MtptorS. Grocers; IrooiDOOgtrs . ? AND, -:;. -, gfbtral MtrcbaptS Con)fi)iSsioi) ai)d Forv/d pg Agtots. Cheap Family Drapers¡ Outfitters, Mercery, Boots and Shoes. SMCliiLTIESi^"^' Ba*°°» FrtSO Batttr. Clmst, Rolled Oats, ¡ By Cvtry *r*v,iiLi IL»j PoUtot$ 0fj|o0J HaV( Çor|) C|)a(f BraB Pollard j SttaiDfr. Sf aBrV^ARA'' AND "GOLDEN" PURE CEYLON TEAS PRICES AND PATTERNS FREE ON APPLICATION. ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Wu). LENNON & CO. AdjoiQirjf Baok of Rástrala*!», Cairos The New -ffi-^-flR JJheJJew^ Butchers, «jjjT»^^ Butchers. TO THE RESIDENTS OF CAIRNS AND DISTRICT, . LADIES AND GENTLEMEN-, . W. II. COLLINSON and J. COLLINS (Spring Creek Station) bee to respectfully notify that they wm "commence business as Wholesale and Retp.il Batean in the-fnmHM pnmim in Lake Sf reet, recciitfr rrwr-haaaxl by. Ahem. Beef, Mutton, ' Fork, *c, will be brought in by -a specialty built covered tram- car each day, thus doin...

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Cairns Hospital. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

Cairns Hospital. ÍANNUAL MEETING. ; The annual general meeting of the subscribers to the Cairns District Hos- pital was held in the Court House on Monday evening last when there was a poor attendance.. Mr E. A. Milford (President) occupied the chair. ; ANNUAL REPORT. - The Secretary read the - annual , re- port aa follows: " In accordance with your rules your Com- mittee has pleasure in presenting to. you here- with : thel Twenty-first Annual Report and Balance sheet to 31st December, 1897. The number of patients treated during the year was .33* indoor and 51 outdoor, against 163 indoor and- 58 outdoor in 1896 ; increase 69 indoor ; decrease 7 outdoor. 'iliis represents the substantial increase of 69 indoor.patients, but a slight decrease of 7 in the outdoor patients. The funds in hand when your. Committee took office, inclusive of subsidy then due, totalled ¿"909. Since then receipts from all quarters have amounted to ¿1885 ; to this may be added the subsidy due on December quarter...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

Commercial. Messrs Goldsborough, Mort & Co., Sydney specially report on the produce market under date 8th January as follows :- ?;>; ShttflUns.-FM-mootttd 4W to $M lb; mediums, 3¡d to 4Jd per lb ; shorts, 2d to 3d per lb, . * Hides.-Heavies, 4Jd to 5¿d ; mediums, 3¡d to 4jd ; lights, 3gd to 4}d per lh.' . ' " " Tallow.-Mutton,, £19 to £19 jsöd; mixed, £16 5s to 4ÍJ7 jsj beef, /,lb to ¿16 15s .per ton.". . ? ? ; "v Hides.-A very small supply to hand; prices improved an ¿d to jd per lb, on all descrip- tions. . ? - Sheepskins.-Very limited catalogues were submitted-quotations unchanged. : v ; v: Tallow.- A very' good attendance, and owing to the : small quantity ; catalogs** aa ioprovemcnt resulted in all grades. > wt

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Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

Cairns DiïisiônaT Board. ,The"following ;was. crowded out c our last issue:- ; j- > í A special meeting of the member of the Cairns Divisional Board wa , held in the .Bo^y^offices;t|rtirä«r|t t«nnihiB.(^'Tn^"Hth' -January"las for the purpose of selecting à chaii .? man for the year: 1898. = Presen '.' MessrsW. H. Swallow, 'I. E.;Fretweïl C. S. S. Ross, T. Mackey and" \V. J Munro. ? '. M'y\ - - ?, V ' The Clerk, Mr Jr J. O'Leary; occu pied the.Chair. ; ^ , , . Mr,W.r/ HF. ' Swáljów- proposed_'tha '.Mr-Munro be elected Chairman; *Ii , doing so he stated his conviction tha thc Board .could -not have .a bette -Chairman than this.gentleman-who b; reason "of "his businëss capacity an< ability-was peculiarly-.fitted- tórholdth< reins during. wha'^ promised to be '¡ ' particularl^búsy'year.'* " ?.»'»?:.:?? : In seconding the'motion'Mr'Macke; thought'' that';the"forthcoimn'g yea' . would- prove the most important in th< history of the-Board." vThere were b...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 February 1898

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed. The debate on the control of Navi- gable Rivers was continued in the Federal Convention tb-day when Mr Isaacs amendment was rejected and it was decided to give the Federal Par- liament {>ówér to decide what was an "unjust or unreasonable,use of water ;, " .;'¿. Ur Reid denounced the motion as a deliberate organisation to take away the legal rights of New South Wales and hand them, over to tho chances of party Pal it jos. Ho added .ominously that New South Wales was not in the Federal Union yet.

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FEBRUARY, 11th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 February 1898

FURÜAKV, U th, 1898. : .y. A. Hurte, was fined ¿2 and costs ¿2 5s 6d for assault. One months leave of absence was granted ti Michael Spillane," of the Post Office Hotel, Cairns.;: -. . - '; ? ?

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Fruit and Egg Preserving [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 February 1898

Fruit and Egg Prawning After lèverai years' experimenta Mr J. A. Parker of Argyle Street, - Sydney, lias suc- ceeded in making a salution which it is .tated: will preserve e;;gi and finita such aa grapes, lemons, ? orangem, purs,pasaron fruit, -etc.,- etc , far months and permit of their being shipped as general cargo to any part of the world. The procesa ia simple, fruit anti eggs merely reqnire dipping in the solatioo, or il may be applnd with . brash. . Mr Parker citimitas that one gallon.will - preserve 50 esses of apples, orang«*, lemons, etc., etc.. and aggi caa ba (natal at a cost of abont a farthing per dozen. ' Messrs Aplin, Brown, and Crawshiy, Ltd, Uäi'une, are Mit Q uensUnd agouti (rom whom circulars' giviug uuworjus ctr tificata* eau ba ubtiiued.. «

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What Cooktown Says. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 February 1898

What Cooktown Says. That cricketers while giving Mr .Weiss, credit for having his vigour and enthusiasm, qtestion his judgment as a Captain at the late match in keeping his field crowded too close to the wicket throwing all the hard work on Gib- son and the Doctor. That Captain Weisss was also too long in availing himself of the bowling sei vices of Peacock. OTI as -jwaTpiig"wy^»iieTw«y-e**w*y"W^w shaping when stumps were drawn. That, the ovation given to the Cairns cricketers would have proved to them that there is still some life left in the northern mother town. : " .. That a wag says no wonder if Cairns suffers from the goat nuisance when it can produce such a lot of " Billies " as were sent up td the cricket match at Cooktown. That the dredge people might think Cook- town was rejoiced at getting rid of ber on Saturday night, but it was" not' her bot the two cornet players, Cavanagh and Hansen and the other fine fellows : on - board. that the people were serenading and bidding g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 February 1898

Wanted, WANTED -A Smart BOY. One able to read and write and make.himself generally useful. Apply R. CRAIG. ITH'ANTED-A Strong Intelligent LAD to f V learn the Printing Trade. Apply THIS OKFICK. ' : SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.-Under the distinguished pat- ronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per : communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through thc Consul-General .for Italy,,. at Melbourne, March 14, 1878. Awarilèd' 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, Conning ci ode,- . resinous oils. In order .> thal these erode oils may not betaken for oar pare 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 :- ,. _ '".,...

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QUEENSLAND. LONGREACH, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 February 1898

QUEENSLAND. LONU KEACH, Wed. Constable Cahill lobt his life through drowning day before yeslerduy. He wa» »wimniing the river ta rescuo a family named Crook, and was struck by hit hone when midway in the .-tnam. . BRISBANE, Wed. - Lady Lamington W«H stfely delivered wi a daughter uu iSalutday. Mr Newman Wilson, of the firm of Wilson, Wilson and Hemming, solici lois, died at Toowoomba on Saturday. Duriitg the course of his speech at Stanthorpe Mr Ghssey describnd the present Ministry as a set of bunglers. He also s .id that the Labor Party had no desire to pull down the Q.N. Bank, but to place it, in a position where people would gut. their money. Sir .Horace Tozer is suffering from De.if.Mie fever, mid lins been unable to attend tho otlice for several days. Hon. J. G. Foxton, minister for L;uuls, is losing ho timo in settling the |i¡ elimínanos necessary to the initiation of the new Land Act on March 1st. Telegraphic communication between Sydney and Melbourne has been inter- rupted....

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