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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

??. ABKAM, May 5. The fhntnmtmt rseeits« a telêgrasi fsoas. "tlw Agent-4xeneial m London, stating that ntate wawi« BOW ?-?rrri ? »aTW^waoeoviUM *W «T-srisisg^ tostoss .et. * «<^lv wwat aa ia a halViMa atU a nlsaswUt MMiit,'. 'Afmt 'the taltaaa baa got' sstittht cloadathalavMr lill sst Homrsttiskas sUTsIlnnsssT^^ to sad tWtlavTsracttiac >hiri«Voa «ka ap ssa! writ»»* as artiest, "fUm & Istia to taU «rast tsscksasV' has Win os ak

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

Our Jlrisbaiic Letter. i (FEO* OÜB OWS COI¿KE8l1>xnEKT.) THE war news is getting .very serious now, in fact wt; arc expecting daily to receive news of thc declaration of war between England and lîussîa. T should not he surprised, however, if the com- mencement of hostilities preceded the actual declaration of war. lt would be <|iiitc in accordance with ltntsian tactics to endeavour to gain an advantage by delivering thc first blow unexpectedly. However, wc here arc doing the best we can to be prepared for them if they do conic. A boom is now thrown across the river at Lytton ; the fort there has been very much improved, additional earthworks and a stockade are being erected, heavy guns and machine guns mounted, torpedoes got ready to lay down at a moments notice, the Gayundah and Mosquito torpedo boat ready for service, aud 110 men of the Permanent Artillery and the Defence Force encamped there, besides a body of navvies working on the for- tifications. " Altogether wc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

»??ci«J Cati APLIN, BBOWX AND CO., LIMITED, TOWNSVILLE. fl tri U »bore Company intend ruining a J. a Steamer between Townsville. Dun 5enees. Cardwell, Mourilyan Harbour, and ohnstone Biver. leering Townarille every Monday, arriving at Cairns on Wednesday afternoon. For Fawa and Freights apply to BURNS, PHILP and CO.. Agents. EDITHVALE AND SWALLOWS WHARF. The s.s ZEUS will leave for the above EVERY DAT (eicentinj Thursdays) at 10 o'clock ajn.. Returning same day, com- mencing on Monday, the S th inst. For Fares and Freights, apply BUBNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. SED. T. WIMBLE AUCTIONEER, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. Intending investors can rely upon their interests receiving most careful attention, while Sellers may also depend upon highest market prices being obtained for them. Temporary Offlce: Corner Spence-atreet I and Esplanade, next to the Past and Tele- | graph Office, Cairns. IHEBEBY beg to inform the public that Mr. F. S. SCOFIELD is not in any way connected with the Townsville DAI...

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CABLE MESSAGES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

CABLE MESSAGES. I (FÄOSI OÜK OWX COUBESPO>~DESXS.¿.. I -- ' . EUROPEAN NEWS. LosDox, Mav 2. Thc Queen, who has been spending some weeks at Ais Je. JIaius,.returned to England, arriving at Windsor Castle to-day. The Federation Enabling Bill was read a third time in the House of Lords last night, and -will- bc shortly introduced, into the Lower House. Thc DAI tr XEWS publishes an article to-day, which states the prospects of peace between England and Russia have improved. Her Majesty's Gov- ernment, it states, has learnt that thc Czar is earnestly desirous of a pacific settlement, and is willing to refer to arbitration the question whether the covenant of the 17th of last March, whereby Russia pledged herself not to advance bevond the positions that were then occupied by General Komoroff's troops, has been misconstrued by that officer. May3. The Government haye chartered-Il l first-class transports for . the convcy ...«o of i,>»r to India, and 200O men have also embarked for Bom...

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

PHASES OF TBS MOON. | d.h. m. Last Quar 7 6 48p.m | Nev Moon 15 1 22aj> Apogee, 4th, S p.m. { d. h. m. I First Q'r 21 3 50p.m F"llMoon29 G 3Cu.m I Perigee. 16th, 8 p.m.

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APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE MONTH ENDING JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. Fo* TU Voira «»MSG JITHB 3. *: Momia*. Aft'ruoon 6 \_ h. m. u. lu. 21 1 38 2 0 2a 2 28 2 SS «3 3 2* 3 98 2* 4 31 5 4 SS 5 IB . 21 2t <C0 7 23 27 7 52 8 1« 28 8 40 8 S7 2» » S> » 41 30 IO 0 10 tl 31 IO » 10 SS 1 U 12 ll 30 2 lt 47

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1885. Guranteed 700 Copies Weekly. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

THUBSDAT. MAT 7, 1885. GunatMd 7ÜÜ Cofta* Weeklr. "'" * À» the psssswt time «W» we are ap- parently just entering upon a war with. Bussia we should review the causes that nave led up to that war. On doing BO it will be at once apparent to any one examining those causes that thu is not a war which it waa possible for England" to avoid. It does not arise from any casual misunderstanding or accidental collision of the interests of the twa nations, but is the outcome of a deliberately aggressive policy adopted by Russia more than two hundred yean ago, and persistently camed out since then. A policy which had for one of ita ultimate ob- jects the destruction of the British Empire, and which therefore must be defeated by force if that Empire is to be preserved. Our zeaden, of coarse, have heard of, if .they have not read, the will of Peter the Great of Bussia, in which he sketched the policy which his successors abould follow in order to secure the doiainion of the world. For more than a ...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

Local Heins. < s. I The revenue collected at the port of Cairns for the month ending April 30 amounted to JCS 13 8s 5d; ¡ Value of exports for thc same period JElGoo. . , ' ' ?? \ The same showery weather, with S.E. winds, has prevailed since our last report. The rainfall on April 27th, 0 21 ; :¡0th to May 3rd,nil; May 4th, 015. Total, O^U. The sub-committee of the Cairns hospital have laid out the site for the new building. A consignment of timber is now on its way from Maryborough, and there will bc no unnecessary, delay in commencing the work. Lovers of rational amusement will not forget that the local Amateur Dramatic Club will play on Monday and Tuesday evenings next, in the Divisional Haili. There ought to be a bumper house, as the members intend lo place " Alladin" on the stage, with more than the usus.' accessories available in country towns. - The performance will con- clude with the small farce " Who is who." Twenty-three Chinamen were brought before the Police ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

SHIPPING, ABBITALS. April Ä-Qiaaworth, a*. Capt. Lat. hom Bri*. bus. *M yarta, fiawjtn Min ditton. Maw. White, Arrowsautk, CkarasM, »'--VT-SM mml . ia steerage. Har *.-Glanworth, aa.. Capt. Lee. from Cook town. PasMagan-Means. Basan, Bowkett, Sam Sing. Gea Wah, and IO ia steerage. Har 3.-Warrego. «A, Cupt. rkulip* hom Cook town. . Mar X-Quinún». u. Capt. M'Leaa, {rom Mel keane, ria Sydney. Brisbane, >nd ports. Punen, pre-Mn. B. A. Uageibid. Mia. Unbekaon, Meas». IL A. Kingiford. UnVhaun, K. Sontbeiden. W. B. Crawford, T. Mackay. H. Mtuuo, A. M. Bromley, E. D. Towner, aad « in steerage. Mar *.-Burdekin, SA, Capt. Keir, from Towns. Wk, ria Jokaatone Hiver. Paaeeagen-Mn. Con ray, W. Inno«, aad 1 ia steerage.

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IMPORTS. EX GLANWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

IMPORTS. Ex GLANWORTH. I Consigned to Swallow and Derham.-4 iron pipe». 1 package hardware. 7 bundles iron tubes. 1 pump, 1 air véase!, 1 case wine, 38 empty hilda. Consigned to Barns, Philp and Co.-1 caw, 35 bags bran. Consigned to Hobson. Draper and Co.-2 cases, 2 **âlSguèdtoTu Severin.-1 i-easkwine. lease acid. Consigned to Jack and Newell.-1 case bedsteads, 1 ca« trees. 3 caaes merchandise. Consit-ned to W. P. Walker.-1 truss drapery. Consigned to C. W. M'Gowin.-I cases genera, 6 do whisky, 8 do stout, 2 mats rice, 1 sack floor, 1 case jam, 3 do kerosene. 11-hhd porter. Consigned to H. Selia".-1 case mk, 1 trusa books. Consigned to Chas. Wilson.-2 cases geneva, 6 cases brandy, * jars wine. Ex QcrjtAiNG. * Consigned to Swallow and Derham.-"0 empty Usia. 1 coil lead pipe, 1 piece sheet lead. Consigned to A. Taylor and Co.-1 cask camp oren*. 1 case locks, 3 do hardware, 4 drums nails, 13 eases nails, 1 sheet copper, 1 mangle, % bundles iron, 1 bag banda, 1 case, 3 conwhelkrs. Consi...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

DEPASTURES. April CO.-Glanworth, M.. Capt. tee, for Cook- town. Paaeaas^rs-Mesan. Blakeney. Bowkett, Gea Wen, and «in steerage. Hay S.-Glanworth, M.. Capt. Lee, for Brisbane rt» porta. Paaennrers-Messrs. L. 8ererin, W. Suaes, A. Dyer, and ll in steerage. .«ay3.-Warrego, IA. Capt. Phillips, for Sydney, na Brisbane and port«. : Hay «.-HJràainer, s.a.. Capt. X'Luan. for Mel- bourne, na Brisbane, Sydney and ports. Passengers -Mrs. Meston, Mrs. Tighe, Mr. Figaro, and 3 in steerage. May 6.-Burdekin, ta, Capt. Keir, for Towns- ville, via JoL natone River.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

"TE CM POST," LT JOURNAL. PUBLISHED EVEKY / TIIUKSDAY MOENING. The CAIRNS POST affords an excellent medium, both to Local and Southern Adver- tisers, being widely circulated throughout the Colonies, especially Brisbane. Towns- ville, Wild River, Goldsborough, George- town, Ingham, Mackay, Cooktown, Charters 1 Towers, Port Douglas, and Geraldton dis- | tricts.. - THE LAEGEST CIRCULATION NORTH | OF TOWNSVILLE. 700 C«>f>lM Caeh Prices-Paid in- advance, 21s per annum ; j Us Gd per quarter ; Booked, 2Cs . . j per annum. ; ADVERTISEMENTS :> One Inch (eight lines). 10 Every Subsequent Inch ... ? ... 2 0 Special terms for three, six, and twelve months. ':* : EVERY. DESCRIPTION OP PRINTING mum II mn tu« îmi. AT LOWEST RATES, AND EQUAL TO SOUTHERN j '; SPECIMENS. : 1 , Especial care and attention will* be given I be reined upon. . The plant contains all the latest American j and English type novelties, as well as the most improved jteam machinery. ¡ WALL, ALLEN AND CO., PBOPBIETOBS, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. TENDEES are again invited for the I Valuation ot No. 1 Sub-division. I Tenders to close on Wednesday, Hay 13,1 1S35. J. A. BUSTING, Clerk to the Board. CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. ASPECIAL MEETING of the above Board will be held at the Divisional Hall, on WEDNESDAY, May 13,1883, at S o'clock. - J. A. BUNTING, ., Clerk to the Board. mu LET. SHOPS ia LAKE-STREET, JL. well'adapted' for ? Practical Boot- maker and others. Bent, 30s per week. Apply FEED. T. WIMBLE, Land and | Estate Agent, Cairns. mo LET, in AfiBOTT-STBEET. opposite 1 X Court House. TWO SEW SHOPS, | with Dwellings ol Five Booms, Kitchen, tc, attached to each shop. Apply BUBKS. PHILP and CO. mo LET, a TILLA BESIDENCE inj M. Abbott-street, with every conteniease. Apply, ALFkED 8TBEET, The Bea Hiv«. JEWELLERY! JEWELLERY, :iiG JEWELLERY: FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. W. H. SUTTON bejp» to iaforai the ran. dents, cs! Cairns aad iliatrirt. that -having ! j purchased the Baakrupt Stock' of T. J. j WHBSLBB, of Mackay,...

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Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

Cairns Divisional Board. THE ordinary monthly meeting of the Divi- sional Board was held last evening. Mem- bers present-Messrs. Kingsford (in the chair), Douglas, Hook, Newman, Street, Loridan, and Byan. The chairman, before opening the proceedings, begged to thank the ratepayers for the honour of electing him as a member of the Board, and for the still greater honour of electing him as chair- man. He would do his utmost to conduct thc proceedings in a finn but orderly man- ner, and he believed all members would support the chair. He thanked Mr. Kenny for acting as chairman during his (the speaker's absence). The minutes of the last meeting being read. Mr. Byan tookexception to the legality of that meeting, only four members being pre-ent, which, according to the Act, did not fon» a qnoruni."- The chair- man: also tlhouirlit the meeüiifr informal, trat s. ««> i_I . ..TJT« roiiow«C it -i» well to let the matter drop. A long desul- tory discussion took place as to whether the minu...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

HSW SOUTH WALKS. SÏDXHT, May 1. The Mayor of Sydney entertained the intercolonial eight-oar crews in the Town Hall yesterday. A proposition was made" * and" received with general approval-" That a finance committee be formed, having for its object the raising of funds in connection with carrying out of intercolonial and other important athletic . sports for the future." At a meeting pf the City Council, to- day, the mayor brought under its no- tice the fact that the civic expenditure during the past few months has been in excess of - the income, ? and urged economy to be observed in the future. A large meeting wa« held iii the Town Hall to-night, Sir P. Jennings in tba chair. It was resolved to form a Phil- harmonie Society,-to take--the piase of the Sydney Musical Union, which has recently collapsed. Herr Vogrich was appointed conductor foe the new so- ciety. . . ..._ , During V banquet in' ,the Masonic Hail at St Leonards lasf night to the local aldermen, Mr. B. Seldon, on re- sum...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. THORNBOROUGH, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

LATEST BY WIRE. [FBOM OU» OW» COKBBSrONDSNT.] QTJXBHSLAHD. TuoisBOBoroH. Mar 5. Slight rush has taken place to-day to Mount Mulligan, 15 miles from the Union Camp reefs, but there are no particulars up to the present. BATEXSWOOD, May 2. public meeting of mâle adults fdr the purpose of "forming a" Bifle Club is ^Ap^SeTTisisIi te I7ÉW the Separation movement, is called for Friday evening next. ? i... BBISBASX, May 1. There is every reason to believe that a satisfactory assurance. has been re- ceived by the Government that should the floating of the Queensland loan be deferred, the Bank, of England is pre- pared to advance such i monies-as may- be required by the Government at a rate of interest slightly advantageous to thë'colonyT" " " T " *" A notice is published in the GAZRTK that at the request of Admiral Tryon the GoYeraor, directs it to be notified that all naval pensioners, and officers, and nieu ef the naval reserve are to hold themselves in readiness to be called out at a shor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. r|lHE Company's Steamers leave this port EVEEY -THUE8DAY FOE NOKTHEBN POETS, and EYEBY SATURDAY EVEKING POE SOUTHESK POETS. For Fares anti Ku tes of Freight, apply at the Cotunany's o*n Office, at Wharf. BU ENS, PHILP und CO. (LIMITED), Attente. .. . LIMITED, . Incorporated ander " The Coiupunii-s Act," ' ? IStU. : j BANKEBS TO TUE GOVEBNMEXT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital Paid-up Capital Beserve Fund Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Kates. Draft« issmil on Head Ofice, Branches and Agents. Advances nude against Tin and other Produce, and all other usual banking business transacted. WM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, Cairns Branch. " fJlHE HEBBEBTON ADVEBTISEB." A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Terms-lite per quarter, or MS annually, in advance. The " Advertiser " has a large circulation, and claims to be a reflex of the Wild Biver Un, silver, and copper mine...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 May 1885

YlCTOaiA. MKLBOVUXK, May 1. Further representations will be made to the authorities with regard to the Federation Enabling Dill. Mr. Service baa received a. telegram, unking what course the Government intend to pur- sue with regard to the amendment ou the withdrawal of the clause to make any colony "retiring" from the Federal Council abrogate all laws passed during ^federation. Mr. Service haVadvised the Agent-General as to further action when the Bill has passed the House of Lord«. Mr. Service wonld have ac- cepted the Bill, although objectionable, if it had induced New South Wales and New Zealand to join in Federation, bat he considers that, this amendment makes the Bill utterly worthless, and he: will communicate with the other colonies regarding a : joint protest against it. lb* 2. A large fire occurred yesterday in E. L. Tencken and Co.'s oil and colour ?tores, FUnders-street east. It appears that-one of the employees, while work- ing in the cellar, after lighting the gas, thre...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

- NEW SOUTH WALES ; ta-.-.. ,:: SïUXHT, líav 10,'' The Imperial cruiser Masillia "made a successful,', trial trip on ? Friday ; the guns worked well. AVilliaui Cahill, a lad aged 18 years, whilst playing at football iii Moore Park* on Saturday afternoon, was thrown violently to thc ground, re- ceiving. Injuries .to ' thc head which resulted in death shortly afterwards. "PtiOip ilwyer, working at a railway, ciitöug War' Queanbeyan,fwaalkilled ori* Saturday- f rom "the result of a shot* during bia» ting operations. His brother, Michael Dwyer, is believed tobe fatally injured, also another man named Johii Harris is seriously hurt. It is believed that the supposed Bus sian gunboat, which was reported as having passed Sydney Heads, was the German war-ship Hyaene which arrived hère'a few days ago. MayllJ" Mr. A. Stuart, the Premier, has re- turned from New Zealand to-day with restored health.'? ''. A meeting of the Microscopical Sec- tion of the Hoy al Society was held to- night, when Dr....

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

SOUTH AUSTRATET A. ADELAIDE, Mav 0. The Admiralty have cabled to the Government asking them to have a safe coaling port for Her Majesty's ships in this colony. . Thc President of the Marine Board, after consultation with the Chief Secretary, named Coalshed Creek wharf, and directed a channel to bc cut 300ft wide and 2lft deip at low water. It is proposed to stock 2300 tons of coal there for the use of thc Admiralty. The Chief Secretary has sent the following telegram "to 'Mr.-Dailey "'nT reply tn his telegram respecting a joint iiulcmnilicatioii in case of_j!aniag«_rc£_ sultmjf'froiu refusing to supplv an î5'o\"-fii"n>eîit - côii»îiicrs'«'3lr.~';l)alley's suggestion with reference to ""tlie re- fusal of coal to the enemy to be a good one, and will be prepared to join the other colonies on a basis of population to indemnify loss as proposed.", Kain is falling in various parts of this colony. The Proposal.-Bashful lover : " Ah, miss, I-I wanted to see your father. I've some importa...

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