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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

Spacial Coluum. APLIX, BKOWX AXD CO., LIMITED, TOWNSVILLE. E »bore Company intend running m a Steamer between Townsville. Don genes», Cardwell, mourilyan Harbour, and Johnstone Kiver, leaving Townsville every Monday, arriving at Cairns on 'Wednesday afternoon. For Fares and Freights apply to BURNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. EDITHVALE AND SWALLOW'S WHARF. The SJ ZEUS will leave for the above EVERY DAY (excepting Thursdays) at 10 o'clock aju.. Returning same day, com- mencing on Monday, the Sth inst. For Fares and Freights, apply BUBNS, PHILP and CO., .... Agents. FRED. T. WIMBLE, AUCTIONEER, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. Reliable Valuations made, and Realizable Market Value quoted. " Intending investors can rely upon their internats receiving most careful attention, while Sellers may also depend upon buchest market prices being obtained for them. Temporary Office: Corner Spence-street and Esplanade, next to the Post and Tele- graph Office, Cairns. Church of England. KEV. G. E. F. NOBBS will (D...

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Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

A spécial meeting of the members of the Divisional Board was held last night to re- ceive tenders . tor, valuator. , Present-. Messrs.' Kingsford' (in the chair),..Hook, Evan, ? Street, and Douglas. The chairman read the following tenders:-Mr. Draper, JÊ50, ; to_ be -, completed r ia four. weeks ; Mr. Macnamara," Î35,"ïô"l>e* completed"' in three week» üme.: Í'It was moved by Mr. Street, seconded by Mr. Douglas and carried, that Macnamara's tender be. accepted.-A letter was read from the manager of the Q. N. j Bank, drawing attention to the unsabsfac- j tory ' condition of the 'Board's' finances ; ' cheques were drawn without provision to meet payments, and if the present state ot things were to continue at the same rate to f«>.* -« iVjLSÍ. ll.min 'i» -SSrm*I «raft of £2500. At present it stood at £700 9s Sd, and some arrangements must be -|n%edJ.Jhrto to have^ it reduced. "Mr. chairman said thefinanctT^mÛt^cwére much to blame for allowing the finances to .dxtft^to.swh;anmieaT...

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

PHASES OF THE MOOS. d.h. m. Last QUAT 7 6 48p.m ] New Moon 15 1 22a.m Apogee, Ith, 8 p.m. <L h. ni. first O/r SI 3 50p.m. FM Moon 29 6 36».m Perigee, 16th, 8 p.m.

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England and the Colonies. (THE AUSTRALASIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

(THE AI STKALASIA>.) I THESE i» no doubt that á remarkable change iu public opinion lias recently taken place in England with regard to , the colonies. Happily, too, this chang« bas Katftnfajl resfecfa^oe tkeherter: Formerly tkVeolcsws were either wholly ignored 6T * were treated Hvîth *snper cilions hauteur. It seemed as though publie opinion .was fixed, in practically declining to accept their claims tobe regarded- as subjects , of- the -Queen in .the same sense as are'men 'Who 'live in Yorkshire^ or in Edinburgh, or in Cork, Things are very different now. We are men and brethren at last. Our own flesh and blood now bears a meaning something more significant than a post-prandial platitude. It was but thc other day:that the Prince of "Wales presided at a great meeting of the. Colonial Institute, to hear a dis- quisition upon the conditions and the prospects of West Australia. Lord Rosebery truly observed that every one who\ ha4fatuoj»¿ the ;k¡atorj of | ©ur colonies at all TKoul...

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APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE MONTH ENDING JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

APPROXIMATE TIMES OP HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOB THK MONTH ENDIHG JITNE 10. Morning-. ;Att'moou 10 3» 11 ix ll 47 - 58 1 39 2 21

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IMPORTS. EX RANELAGH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

IMPORTS. Ex EASKLAOH. I Con*d¿ned tu Swallow und I)erhniii.-1 parcel. Coit*igued to Jack und Newell.-1 tras», Z roll*. Coutignetl to Hobson, Draper and Co.-2 bales, 1 do bag*, 17 cases fruit. Cuiiai^Tjed to IÜeliunLiou and Co.-14 bays potatoes. Cun»igued to Cu ir us Tobacco Company.-1 cabe tMucco gauger. . M-woaUanieoaa.-8 cases assorted groceries, « cases , Mcuitx niacldiiaU, ? cases usorted nirrflianilif. 40 mita ric«.-Bera*. Philp uti Co..n£«nta. Ex KLAKJ.NO. IVwrigTied to Hobaoa, Draper and Co.-SS {-«bests tea, 50 ca*e¡» brandy. Coiwfeaied to Swallow and Derham.-25 empty h luis, S» do, 2 hand-tracks, 1 cue binait*. 1 do cake«, li ciLMn vine. Conai^iied to Richardson and Co.-SS bag» potatoes, 1 truck, 100 mat« rice. Consigned to Pyramid Plantation Co.-1 case crockery, L cane hardware, SO lengths piping, 8 cases assorted providions. Consigned to Jack and KcwelL-5 cases sauce, S sacks oatmeal. C*uiaigned to H. Selig.-10 cases kerosene. llaiaceLlanaous.-35 tram rails, 17 cass* merch...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

Our Neighbour*. I [»-COM OU* OWN COBRSSrOSDQITS.] Bramas matten in alt Une* .Mania very mach in $tmt* <¡uo, which' littcnlly weans hare they, are about as loa a* th«j caa possibly reach. Fortunately the general mind ir divided betweei^a prchat>!e,war, the price ""of 'tin. "the formation of à rifle club, i aud a few other affairs of minor importance which divert immediate attention from the I true monetary position of the whole dis- trict, and people are only recalled to the disagreeable fact when the monthly bill« are distributed. Perhaps no district ia Queens- land possesses more mineral wealth and less circulating coin than the Tinaroo and Walsh. True, history is repenting? itself us 'thoao be*t know who w^^jr^^it» -the forster*will vi*,wita thelatter ip the coursé "of *a"*fiiw years* hcnce'no one enter- tains » doubt, but the attainment of the trod of the/near future is what ia cansing-the trouble at the present juncture. Eeoent eveatsJsave Msved the desirable- ness...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

Our Jtrisbane Letter. (».«OH OD* OW-f CODRUiPoHDEST.) AT the last moment Mr. Camphell, who had intended to contest the Moreton j election with Mr. Wakefield, drew back, and Mr. George Raff was nomin- ated in his place, lt is not generally thought that Mr. Baff will have much chance of election, as he is what is j r usually termed a respectable old rossi], .almost" toó "fossilised foi? the Legis- lative Council even, and he does not ' intend to make a personal canvass of of thc district, so that it would be too much to expect that the energetic canvass of the Government candidate would be defeated by so apathetic and politically :unkuowu a candidate. .. Several - of = the Ministers attended the ceremony and festivities which took place at the turning of the first sod of the railway from Stanthorpe to the border the other day, hut their speeches did not throw any light un thc legislation of thc coining session, or ou the policy of thc Government for the future. - . Mr. Dutton extolled...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. THORNBOROUGH, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

LATEST Bï WIRE. [FROM ODE OWU COBttKSPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. TuouxBonouoii, Maj-12. Thc rush to Mount Mulligan re- sulted in the discovery of one reef, with prospects of 3oz to the ton, the reef being 2ft iu thickness. The* Mark Twaiu crushing is going through," and looks well. .The country is fast drying up, and rain is much wanted. GEOBGETOWX, May 9. The latest crushing at the Cumber- land machine: Monklandplease, ICi tous, ^ yielded ' S2oz Gd wt~- at the Delaney (Aurora) 270 tons yielded 570OJS". 'lOdwt ;' the Just-în-Timeî ll"tons" gave ' 15oz 15dwt ; . Georgetown Caledonia (Swan and party), 173 tons gaye ßtöoz lSdwt-smelted" gold iii each case.' New Zealand stone going tlirough at. Cum- A berlaiid machine is looking well. " Cum borland No. 1 north lease is ou a tine reef, promising to equal to O'Brien and Co.'s Cumberland lease. Application for another lease bf 10 acres on this line has been applied for by Messrs. .Loiigdeu, of Melbourne. * The Lord Nelson machine is expected to ...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

-MiXBor-txE, May Sf _ The Governor yiaitedithe fortifica-" tiona at the Head» yesterday on board of the guboat Victoria. In company with Colorí moiy b* mte a caref ul umpectiil«<P*g «tie iuiw,^wawTi-arfe nov abnost completed. . -.y-r John Young, while engaged in tim- bering a "drive a*, thé Golden Stream mine; at Avoca, .waa .boned by about four tons of earth falling on him. ? Hie compaoioa, Panton, escaped and pro- cured aaaiatahcej bat ' Young must bare been killed instantaneously. Parliament is simsaonei lo meet for the - despatch of. basin-a atttse 10th Jam' ^ !»-:':».:*i.. ... r . The omcial balance-sheet of the boot-' inas^^Ioek^ofir^ûâd' baa be*nT»sue3 by tba,IhcadasaCottnciL,: showing 4fcat ¿6833 was expended in aapporting the ' operatives on strike for thirteen weeks: The Adelaide Cupl^rácc «as ruu\it Flemington on' Satunlay, anti was won l>y.pot4_'Miltßii, Anchorite. 2, Sardius 3. There were 17 starters, thc winner coming in by a head, after a splendid race. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

Birth. TORAZZI.-April 21, at Highgate Hill, Brisbane, the wife of E. Torazzi, of a son.

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

I Hails for England and the Continent of Europe close here oaThaisda*,i 21st inst. [ -: The weather has continued in the same wet-unsettled condition, «¡noe oat last ire port, the wind being still from tbs S.E. The following is the rainfall during the period : Hay 7th, 8th. 9th, 10th, nil; llth,'-0-5; 12th,0-30;;lSth;0«. ; Totai;o-ïa !0: lv> > Thcwe who are interested in separation will kindly sign the proper forms for thia purpose, which are to be found at Messrs. Kenion and Co/a stores. Lake-street, Mr. Craig, chemist, Walsh aad-Co., or st thia oBaL.¿_".? ' ,- ;.,?: .. . A».-will be seer» by inaanncesynt ia another column M'leanV Comedy «¡d Bur- lesque Company open » short season here, coruniencing "to-morroir1- (Friday)rr- From notices appearing Iroiu tiiae to time in the Southern papers the members' are talented artistes, who place their pieces on the stage with every care regarding detail, so. that a . few nights good entertaiameai may be relied on. ? s:.-: -- ' ? ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

FRED. T. WIMBLE, UND AND ESTATE AGENT. Land Valuations and General Commission Business promptly attended; to? '.[ y] ; j V Liberal Advances made upon good securi- ties. -. . .,;.... ,4 Temporary Office: Corner Spence-street and Esplanade, next to the Post and Tele- graph Office, Cairns. Clients can. rely upon their coo-ii-Ka- tions being treated as strictly private and confidential. ALLOTMENT LAND, Abbott-street, for Sole. FEED. T. WIMBLE, -and and Estate Agent, Cairns. :,'.'?.; FT» LET, Six-acre PADDOCK, securely -. fenced, well grassed and watered; three miles from Cairns, on the'MuIgrave roud. Apply FEED. T. WIMBLE, Land a_ _*ate Agent, Cairns. '? ? fïlO LET. - SHOPS in LAKE-STBEET, -1_ well adapted for a Practical Boot- maker and others. Bent, . 30s . per week. Apply PEED. ' T. WIMBLE, Land and Estate Agent, Cairns. "¥7vOR SALE, Cheap, a Small IKON X! STEAMEB. For price and particu- lars, apply'to" ' .';:' ";W"' CAPTAIN BEOWN; _ t c;i. ï- ; .. Ltoyd's Su'rvieyor, : Brisbane. QBA...

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CABLE MESSAGES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

CABLE MESSAGES. CFHOSI orra ow COKHESPOSDEXTS.) EUROPEAN NEWS. LOXDOX, Mav 8. In the House of Commons to-day Sir Stafford Northcote, ou behalf of Her Majesty's Opposition, gave notice of a"votc"of "censure On'the Government" for the agreement concluded with Bus sia. Thc tabling of such a motion is tantamount to stopping the expendi- ture of the war credit recently roted uutil Parliament has been fully in- formed of the policy of the Govern- ment, aud the manner in which they propose to employ the money. In the House of Lords, on the. same day, Earl Derby stated tliat he was Willing to produce papers on the subject of the formation of a Colonial ¡Navy. The order previously issued for the despatch- of-2ûÛ0 additional-troops for. India,, which were tojhave,embarked ou the lith instaut, has been cancelled. Í May9. It is stated''that the New South "Wales troops now in, the .Soudan are coming to England. ? ; , The DAILY ISEYÍS to-day publishes, a paragraph stating that the Czar has assure...

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Dramatic Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

Dramatic Eiitei-tainmçiit. \i MOST enjoyable jjnteÄinmerit was^given on Monday night by our; Amateur Dramatic Club to a very good house. Thel entertain- ment opened with a laughable eouiediett-!, entitled " Who ia Wno ; «ir All in a" Fog," ia which Messrs. Kingsford, Levy, Smith, and two lady amateurs took part. The piece is a tissue of inisuuderstandings : - Mr. Broomfield Brambledon (Mr. W. C. Smith) ia-in search-of .a. husband, foi- his-daughter, but a footman arrived when a son-in-law was expected, and when the presumed son-in-law appears he is mistaken for a footman ; the daughter falls in love with the supposed foot- man, and the maid-servant with the pre ' sumed son-in-law,"on account of his " whis kerses." . Mr. Smith played capitally, Ms be- wilderment, sudden lits t>f testiness, and loss of memory would have done credit to an old stager. Mr. Levy, as the upper servant, overdid the part a trifle,'a very common mistake. Mr. Kingsford played with a quiet unassuming dignity...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

CAMMS BIVIttOMtU. »MM. TENDERS are invited fur the Erection of a CULVEBT at Martin's Selection, on j the Swithfield-roid. Plans and. Specifications to be seen at the | Board's Office. Tenders to l>e sent in by the Kr J of June, 1S85. The lowest or any tender not necessarily | accepted. -, By older, vJ. A. BUSTING, Clerk to the Board. ~ CEOWN LANDS ACf, lim. TUE Land Board leave Brisbane for the Northern Districts on 23rd May. One member viii visit Cairns, and will be glad to be informed of any lands required for selec- tion:-" - ? '.- : *...;"...;sr- ' B.T.HABTLEY. Acting Land Commissioner. Lands Office, Cairns, 13th May, 1885. CAIRNS CRICKET CLUB. ¿PlMÍFiicyksEall| WILL BK HEW» IS THB DIVISIONAL HALL, ON MONDAY, 25TH MAY (QUEEN'S BIBTHDAY). Tickets-Double (lady and gentleman), I £1 ls. Tickets may be had from the members ot I thc committee-Messrs. W. C. Smith, E. A. [ Milford, T. l.'ehau. W. li. O. Bill; also B. Craig, chemist, and AN DBEW A. WALL, lion. Secretary. DIVISIONAL HA...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

3£t|e 4£asrn£ post THUBSDAY. MAT 14. 1885. Guruteed 700 Copies Weekly. THE members of the Divisional Board continued their hut sitting until after midnight, and there waa very little superfluous talk, or irrelevancy 'of any kind in dealing with the various ques feS*¿gF888rÍl. TtWaîrai-a^âry^tel important and "unimportant has to le dealt with separately, thé ' suggestion of the chairman that meeting« for the future be held fortnightly and atan earlier hour will commend itself to j every member. One is struck with the I sameness of every board in the .North where aggrieved settlers on the out- ' skirts of civilisation are constantly complaining that nothing is done for them. The reverse is the case, for considering the amount of their rates it will be found in moat instances that they get more!than a proportionate share. At the same time the fact must not be lost sight of that it is to the advantage of the town if outside settlers' demands can be met. But «hat ù to be done in the face...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

SHIPPING. 1 ; ARRIVALS. I 7.-OíMjáifli, Capt. Beel, froaiBráboaf, T l»*ta. r"a^uit;er» - líe*?*. N. Ihouiutoa, YruerMa. îrintoah. W. G.Bmitb, J. White, mat b ia aítwraxa. May 7.-Archer, KA, Capt. Varna, from Sydne-, ri» por'». .PisseatOM-Meura. De Tourb, Faul), Martin, K. Evaiu, und 5 íu »teoruge. May ».-BanuLigh, u.a., Capt. Beel, from Cook- town, vi* Fact Douglas. Kay ».-Archer, Capt. Morris, hom Cook town.. . Jfajr U.-Klaiang. u. Capt. lake, boat Mel tourna, TÍ» Sydney, Brisbane, and porta. FaaKn (erd-Mra. S«ralluir, ling. Lightfoot 5 children and terrant. Mn. Cra&. Kr». Walker, Misa Swallow, Muésn. T. Swallow. K. W. Lightfoot, A* Wilson, S. Kowuer, D. Thomatis, and 7 in ateen¿e. Hay-13.-Itanlekiu. ajk. Capt. Keir, for Towna. rille, ria Johnstone River. Fasjenger*-Ber. Mr. . Taylor, and * in itcenge.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NÂVI6ATI0N COMPANY. rjlHE Company"» Steamers leave this port EVERY THURSDAY FOE NORTHERN PORTS. and EVERY SATURDAY EVENING FOE SOUTHERN PORTS. For Parea awl Bates of Freight, apply at the Cotuvauy's own Office, at Wharf. BURNS, PHILP and CO. (Lixmo), ... . . ?. ! : . Anea««. (wtoi Mú Buk, LISITKD. Incorporated under "The Companies Act,'' BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital ... Paid-up Capital Reserve Fund ... Al.ouu.ouu 300,000 1S3,000 Gold bought or forwarded to the Hint for Away. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates. Drafts issued on Head OCce, Branches and Agents. ' Advances made against Tin and other Produce, and all other usual banking business transacted. WM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, . Cairns Branch. '« fJWE HERBERTON ADVERTISER." A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Tenus-10s per quarter, or Jd annually, in advance. The " Advertiser " has a large circulation, and claims to be a reflex of the W...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 14 May 1885

; DEPASTURES Kuy 7.-Banelaîrh, a-s... Capt. Beel, for Cooktown. Passengers -Inspector Isley, Me»rd. Sluiubrook, Calley, and 5 in steerage. Kay 7.-Archer, aj¡.. Capt. Morris, for Cooktown. Pu*¿eu>-ors-Mrs. Will», and i in steerage. Kuy kt-Ela ni mr. fi. Capt. Lake, for Melbourne. TL» l'urt Douglas ami ports. Passengers-If es^ra. T. G. Ii ru wu, and Brunet.

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