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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 18 December 1907

Birth ABRAHAM.-On December 17th McLeod Street, the wife of F. H. Abraham, of a son.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Shooting Sensation. Charge of Murder. McKee's Statement. (By Telegraph.) TOWNSVILLE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 18 December 1907

Shooting Sensation. Charge of Murder. McKee's Statement. (By Telegraph.)   TOWNSVILLE, Tuesday. At the Police Court this morning Michael, McKee, was charged with the murder of Thomas Skelly. The arresting constable in the course of his evidence deposed that when he arrested the accused the lat- ter said "I am sorry he died. I   did not mean to kill him. He had been tempting me the last two and a-half years. Mine was the second   or third home he tried to break up. I complained to you and to Inspec- tor Galbraith about him, but I knew you could do nothing. Others ad- yised me to apply for a divorce ; but what good would a divorce be to me with five little children, and I hadn't got a penny in the world; It takes me all my time to feed and clothe the children. What would any man do? What would you do if you caught a man in bed with your wife and two little daughters ? I have told you everything before. I have kept nothing back from you." Witness ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Gurrumbah. SCHOOL BREAKING UP. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

Gurrumbah. SCHOOL BREAKING UP. (From Our Correspondent). On Friday, the school -broke up for tho. holidays and the children enjoyed .a góod aíternoan's fun with plenty to fat and general'all-round sport such as the youngsters delight in. . Mr. Buswell was there, and with the as- sistance of Mr. Troy and Messrs. Chaplin and Corkhill. (teachers), thc afternoon was spent very pleasantly. At 8 o'clock in the evening the chil-. ll ron with their parents assembled m the School of Artsy and each child was the recipient of a prize ia thc shape of a book commensurate with' their, position and progress in thc school. Mr. D. P. Barry presented thc prizes, and after the children had sung a few choruses, a dance was held in which the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Altogether, for! genuino enjoyment Friday night will bc remembered both by the children and parents as a red letter day in thc history of Gurrum bah. The general public appreciated thc effort to give the youngsters a good time...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

ion Head Noises, Discharging Kars, and all diarases of the ear permanently cured at rourotrn home hy pure Natural Aural Kinetics. No .Medicine. No Electricity, hut Nature's own treatmcnt^iafe and effective, endorsed hy Hie highest .Medical Authori- ties. Call or write (or tull PUKE particular*. llw'tAWSÇOfC ' O..90P1U 5tLSr<My. M.W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

The Central. Graig and Whittick. ,? , * - (Just, next door to the Q.N. Bardo, . Abbott St.). For Xmas'and New Year Cards and i i Post Cards, Autography yUhimjs,, Post Card Alburno, rWnting. Cascs, ? ?Purses,' ;IIand -Bags,' etc, . , ., . .» ?*?<?. "/:?..:? i '-'...>.-? ^Silver Mounted- Pipes^nv cases,., .^o "" 'tacco ^Pouches,* Cigar|¡nnd.1.Cigar;, ct te ¡Holders; . andiCases. , Plenty of' other: nico*things.suitable ¡ns presents for ludy.,or gentleman. DIA1ÙES for .190S. You.rgct the best goods and .'the'.the. ?">' v >? best value at , . t . ? . " T HE C ENT R A L." :^p^ÉMLAW£l AL LL Y O jU -AMERICAN ¿I Soda Fountain ! WJ| _IS NOW IN'FULL SWING t H W .1CE COLD'SODA. ' ' : , ifOlL ' ' PULL FLAVOURED AND FIZZY XMmmÀâÊM ' -i DRINKS. . . At thc Fountain, end xii;.thc^.Phatunacy, you£ wjll^findj a^dioico^yarjoty of Pascálls Conrecltônc'ry ana cad, uhry's Chocolates in plain and'*(ancy packets. ... ... . < . . i-'-, ' *. KELLY'S DRUG STORE, Lake Street. TO ...

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SHIPPING. HIGH TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

SHIPPING. "HÍÓH TIDES.'; Tho following are tuc approximate nigu uuea-av taurus:- - ' , December . .a-m. P.-11' 17 - SiO tS.Lo ia a.30 -a.*» xv . y-<J . y--u au y.ao " a.'i5 -L - ; 10.10 ÍU.'JÜ 10.40 11-00 äj - "11.25 ll. jO ? * ?

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AMERICA'S NAVY. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

AMERICA'S NAVY. LONDON, Tuesday. It will cost £2,000,000 to send the United States' fleet to tho Pacific and £14,000,000 to complete the new na- val progfaniniCt

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THE ZULU TROUBLE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

THE ZULU TROUBLE. LONDON, Tuesday. Eight hundred Zulu head-men atten- ded an indaha at Nqgnmn, and signi- fied tho formal' submission of Mc Koral tribe to tho white authorities. Colonel McKenzie warned the head- men that ho was aware they possess- ed 100 guns. There were 25 nncicnt firearms surrenderee! and more ww promised.

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THE CAPSIZED SHIP. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

THE CAPSIZED SHIP. LONDON, -Tuesday. In connection with the wreck of the Thomas Lawscn off the Scilly Island» thc ship was a se% en-masted schoon- er, the largest in thc world. Tlw captain declined the assistance of two lifeboats, but accepted the aid of a pilot, who was drowned. The vessel dragged her anchors and drifted close to the Annette Hocks, where she turn ed turtle. The lifeboats on. returning saw the captain clinging to tho rocks, 1 his wrist being broken. The pilot's son -heroically- swam through the breakers over jagged rocks and res- cued the captain.

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MR. GURNEY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

MR. GURNEY'S REPORT. The moth .and cateri)illar sent are the 'larva apd^adult nxoth pf the Aus- tralian] rsugar oanc tiorer, Nönagria exitiosa,-OllifT. A description and ligbrcs ' of. this pest and its parasites are given: in Agricultural Gazette of N.S;W., May-1893, p 374. The two useful parasites described arc a sniall Ichneumon wasp which attacks the caterpillars and may. bc noticed by the bundles of tiny coc- oons it constructs about the body of its , destroyed host; : iwilhin the cane. This species- is ÎApanteles nonagrian. Tlie othcri "parasite (EuplcçtusJ "How ardi) is "a tiny V chRlcjd'wasp which attapkg'tlie PWP8P pfthß moth, ; It ' geçnjs probable there" are three or foúr broods through our. long North- ern summer. i The duration of the "egg and larval stages of this species* hat been work- ed out. (Thc pupal stage' averages about 10 days. The eggs aro çrob alily laid on the cane stem or" leaves, and it might bc . possible to follow tlie methods employed in the West Indies...

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MINE DISASTER. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

MIXE DISASTER. LONDON, Tuesday. An explosion in a mino at Yolanda. near. Birmingham, in Ahe State' of \l..l.»i»". ontaniU. Oa.mm.ACi nt whom proiwti weir wny to the sur- face within an hour. The rescuers found a uombcr of corpses.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

DON'T COUGH ALL NIGHT. | Restful sleep follows tho use of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. The bebt Jung remedy in the world. Small dose. Pleasant to take. Every bottle guaranteed. Obtainable at all Chem- ists and Storekeepers. BY TELEPHONE.-Just call up No 124. Tell mo your wants. I will get them tp you in record tjme, Lennon, Chemist.

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Farewell to a Minister. PRESENTATION TO REV. F. GREENWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

Farewelf to a Minister. ;jJ>XH5"B3B3i»awtrioiT'»M"0»BET -IVs! GREENWOOl). Tho. Methodist Church Help Society and Choir met at the church on Tues- day night last and proceeded m a bo- dy to tlie parsonage as a surprise party, the occasion being thc eve of the departure of the Rev. F.' Green- wood for Southport. There were ab- out 40 present. .?. . The visitors were warmly welcomed by Mr. Greenwood, and when nil were /seated. Mr. W. A. Mayers, on behalf of thc' congregation, spoke in wann terms of. Mr. Greenwood, not only as a minister,-but as a- citizen, express- ing regret that he was compelled to leave Cairns owing to continued ill nealth. Personally, he had always found hun a worthy friend. Mrs. Howard, vice-president of tho Society, also expressed regret at Mr. . Greenwood's departure, \ fnä, hoped that his stay at Southport would provo beneficial At' tliia stage Mrs. Splayford, on ¡L{o half of the assembled company,. pre- sented Mr. Greenwood with a purse of, sovereigns, and ...

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CABLEGRAMS POPE ON MODERNISM. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

CABLEGRAMS TOPE ON MODERNISM. LONDON, Tuesday. > The Popó, iii' the; course of an allo- cution before thc Consistory, on the occasion of tho creation bf four Car- dinals, including tho Archbishops of Rheims ánd Marseilles, ? deplored ' ' the idsiastrous propaganda of modernism in the bosom of Catholicity itself". If .'tho modernists .would frankly join tlie enemies of the Church "the ewl would, be less. Ho prayed that "God _ .might enlighten those who were being mis- led, and added that tho Episcopacy had greeted the Papal directions with taget ness. " ~ t, j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

WANTED KNOWN.- At Lennon' Drug Storo you can get Soda Water that ia so delicious that it Bimply '.?malíes your mouth water" for more. Abbott Street (next A. J. Draper). DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBROCA-. WON lor RHEUMATISM, Cash Drapery, Millinery, Underclothing, Fancy Goods, & General Household Establishment, School of Arts Buildings, Corner Lake and Shields Streets, Cairns. ' _ THE MOTTO : . : . " 'Tis not in mortals to command success, But we will endeavour to deserve it." New Stock! New Stock! SPECIALLY SELECTED BY COMPETENT BUYERS. Comprising) Ladies' Costumos in all the neatest; and nicest designs. : ¡Skirts in Tweed, Navy, Holland, and White Blouses in Muslins, Silks, etc. À Choice Lot pf Millinery, trimmed and untrimmed. Vests, Corsets, Under- skirts in Calico and Madapolam, trimmed Lace or Embroidery. Under- garments in dainty designs and at al) prices. All the Newest and Most Fashionable Ideas in Muslins, Prints, Zephyrs, Cambrics, etc. Japanese Silk in all Colours; Tussore...

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MAIL CONTRACT WRIT. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

MAJL CONTRACT WRTT. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Mr. L. E. Groom, Federal Attorney General,, has received a cable sta tim? that a writ has been . issued against Lrung and Sons for the recovery of the guarantee entered'into in connec- tion with the unfulfilled mail con- tract. . ,'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

"RING OUT THEfOLD, : RING IN THE NEW." Preliminary Announcement. * ?. - CALLAGHAN WALSH LIMITED. Grocers, Wine & Spirit Merchants, Produce Dealers, & Importers. HAVING ACQUIRED THE OLD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS OF WALSH & CO., CAIRNS, STANNARY HELLS, PORT DOUGLAS AND MOSSMAN THE NEW COMPANY HAVE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT THE STOCKS IN THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS ARE . ARRIVING. : i ^"I'M'Siisiiaaar. THE NEW GOODS INCLUDE ALL THE SEASONABLE REQUIREMENTS OF THE HOUSEHOLDER, THE HOTELKEEPER, THE MINER? AND THE MILLIONAIRE., v Specially attractive displays will b made, and Customers oí * k the Old Firm aro invited to inspect the Stocks and continue their Patronage to the New Company. ORDERS WILL BE PROMPTLY EXECUTED, SPECIAL' ATTENTION BEING PAID TO COUNTRY CLD3NTS. / :? ? ??? . :?. .? THE STOCKS INCLUDE GROCERIES, OILMEN'S STORES, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, WINES & SPIRITS OF THE LEADING BRANDS. " , ' ; ,WiWSXSMBXÁ Supplies for the Festive maun1 ii w upw...

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NOTES ON CANE MOTH BORER (Nonagria Exitiosa). [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

NOTES ON CANE MOTH BORER. (Nonngria Exitiosa). Attached are tho particulars st plied by Mr. W. B. Gurney, oí 1 Eutdmological Branch of the Depa inent of Agriculture. N.S.W., in r poet to- itho moth and catcrpilli which were forwnrded from, Hamb don for identification, having be found in thc Mulgrave cone area, t white bamboo (.violet), original coming from Goondi, being affected the greatest extent. , " If turns out to be the cone mo borer, Nonagira exitiosa. From < lift's report thereon in the N.S.' Agricultural Gazette of 1893, which Mr. Gurney, refers, the folio ing extract may bo made: T ¿Nónagria exitiosa. ia a- noctuidjnjo (of nocturnal habits). The damn »lone thereby has frequently been t ken to bo duo to the more univers» ly known and very widely distribv ed Wett Indian moth borer, Diatra snccharalis, but in every case of bc er eaten cane from thc Clarence, Ric mor.d and Tweed Rivers, as well from Makny, OlIifT found Nonagria be the culprit (whether Diatraea is Au...

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Cane Moth Borer. A SCIENTIST'S REPORT. SOME INTERESTING PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

Cane Moth Borer. A SCIENTIST'S BEPORT. SOME ?INTERESTING PARTICU LARS. :.; The Colonial Sugar Refining Com- pany recently sent ? specimens of thu moth and) caterpillar which cause ; such havoc, to sugar cono at Mulgmvis - und Hambledon, for. inspection;- and the folio wing interesting notes have been recei vied from the Compon j', to which is appended the report of the Government! ¡Entomologist of Now South Wales.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907

For Sale STANNARY HILLS PRIVATE TOWNSHIP. 6, 7, £100 each ; Nos. 9, 10, ll, 12. £70 each¿ Nos. 13, 14, £50 each; Nos. 15, 16, £20 each i; Nos. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, £15 each ; Nos. 29 to 48, £10 each ; No. 49, £70 ; Nos. 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, £10 each Subsection B.-Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. £12/10 each; Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10, ll, £10 each. Subsection C.-Nos. 1 and 2, £15 each; No. 3, £20i Nos. 4, 5, 6, £12A0 eacht No. 7, £20; No». 8, 9, 10, ll, £12/10 each ; Nos. 12 to 18, £10 each. Full particulars" on application to J. A. Sheehan, Commission Agent, Stannary Hills. Vj. A. SHEEHAN has been favored with instructions from Stannary Hills Mines & Tramway .Ltd., to sell the undermentioned Freehold Blocks : Portion 1, Subsection A.-Nos. 5, DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBROCA* flOH tm ?HBÏÏMâTWMii

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