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The Hodgkinson. ITS HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 February 1898

The Hodgkinson. ITS HISTORY AND DEVELOP-   MENT. BY "PROSPECTOR." During the past two years the Hodg-   kinson has been much in evidence, and speculators and their representa-   tives have come from all parts of Australia to spy out the land and to ascertain if it was favorable for legiti- mate speculation. It has been ascer- tained beyond the shadow of a doubt that no capital would be introduced to develop the resources of the field until such time as the present stringent mining regulations were modified to meet the views of capitalists half way and were made as liberal as those   which obtain in the other colonies or New Zealand. Owing to favorable reference being made to the Hodgkin- son, as a field on which capitalists were prepared to spend a few millions for development purposes, in a public speech of the Minister for Mines at Cairns, and the appointment of a Royal Mining Commission for the avowed object of finding out and s...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BELLENDEN-KER SCHOOL CONCERT. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 February 1898

BELLENDEN-KER SCHOOL CONCERT. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL.' A very large and enthusiastic audience was present at the Divisional Hall on Thursday night last to witness a variety performance given in aid of the funds of the Bellenden-Ker Provisional School. The first portion of the programme open- ed with "The Assembly" played by Mr A. S. Hansen on his new silver bugle. This item was well received as was also the solo by Mr Atkinson the "Sleeping Camp." This gentleman was in capital voice and the number was much apprecia- ted. The Church Lad's Brigade, dressed in their new blue and white uniforms played a series of marches under the conductorship of their leader, Rev. M. Woods. The applause which folio« ed this performance testified to the apprecia- tion of the audience. A squad from tho Cairns Naval Brigade gave a highly interesting exhibition of cutlass drill, and the splendid clock-like motions of the men which were a marked characteristic of the exercise, proved. conclusively that the men ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 February 1898

ONE THOUSAND LLAMAS LADEN WJTH GOLD. Who doesn't li ko' to leud about buried treasure l_ Who hasen't dream ed of finding' \tV What delight suddenly lo possess \ast richest .Shining gold, sparkling gems ! Things (or which we have nut been obliged tu scheme'01 toil, ih.it will f lee us fioiu all need of scheming or toiling tliereufier '. Ah, let us not indulge such fancies. They make, work seem like slavery and wages like, pinches of coiuuiou dus'. Yet'thit, snell hiddeu masses t f weal h exiat there is no doubt But wlieie are theyl About four centuiics ago the Emperor of Peiu nasa capri» e in th. hands of the ¡Spaniards. His people seul a train of 1,00J llamas (a small beast of burden lesenibhng a camel) laden «iib sold to unsoui bim. While on their way, cioasing the Andes mountains, the men in charge of the expedition heard of the death of the Eraperoi, and concealed this «not mom treubuie so effectually that not a ti nee of it lias ever been found. Go and dig it up, and you will ne...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. Tues. ,. ..The litest development in political circles is a split which Ims occurred in the Ltlior party, resulting in the secession of the Socialist ' membeta from the party.- ¿ . . ' -.' The huricane at Noumea on Tues- day night came from the South East. It was the'most severe gale experienced for the past nineteen years. The French Gunboat Loyalty sunk at her moorings in the harbor. The steamer Neoblie, the barque Pactle with the pilot cutter were cast ashore and stranded. The four-niiaster, the Fall of Garry and the.Professor, a Danish ship were also stranded on Kitied reef, No lives .were lost Tebio, Korie and Bourail suffered severely and many houses were demolished . in Noumea_ A number of buildings were' unroofed and one 'maii was killed. The "crops suffered greatly, but the full extent of the damage is not yet known.r.^'.vh-é nine wickets down fer a tolal of 172. ; ..:?*:'.. STONE»,.Wed.. ' 6TH Teat MATCH. - The following are the scores ; Englishmen...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE,Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

QUEENSLAND. BKI3BAN>V Wednesday. ^ The Revenue of the Colony for February was ¿222,495, an increase of ¿2000 as compared with February last year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

MUU-RÂVE NOTE! ; (Late ul- Mateaba:) ¿ BEGS .to inform the residents of th 1 District that he hal completed th erection of the IIULÍRAVE HOTEL MULGIAVE CIIT11L Blt* : Thc Hotel is. well and pennsneotli biiilt, , containing ' eis»bt, 'bèdrop'ina,'; abc every necessary that comfort ; demanda It is situated about a chain and a hall .from'the bank of the:Mulgrave Hirer and 400: yards from the Railway Station, im- mediately opposite the Bridge Crossing.'. . Ten-stall Stable, Feed-room, and, Loose Boxes, «nd two Urge Bathrooms. D'fllUipi Wishes tn |»rticularly point I U MM out iu connnoctioh with kia : ne w. hotel that lie nasa- :: ..; aXCTXai PADDOOX about 400 acres in extent,'- well fenced, permanent-water, good grass, for thc con I venience of travellers going into town and j w ishing to leave their horses pending their return. No charge to customers for paddocking. , ' .' . Room available for holding meetings. O'HARA wishes the . public, to thor- oughly understand that : he purchases ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. February 24.-Pain er. s, Captain A. J. Clark, from Townsville, via ports. Pas- sengers : Misses Matthews, Brabin,. Harvey, Messrs McKay, HoUiman, W. L. Chapman, Massey, Fanning, ß. R. Mayers, and'ten in the steerage. Burns, Philp & Co, agents. February 24.-Arawatta, s, Captain F. 6. Lee, from Southern ports. Passengers: Mesdames Cooper, Anderson, White and .family, Spillane, Messrs J. H. Dobbin, Robson, V. Smythe, J. Minehan, D. O'Hara, and sis in the steerage. IBurns, Philp «fc Co, agents. February 24.;-Maranoa, s, Captain C. A. Thompson, from Northern and Gulf ports. Passengers : Larsen, Kinchcr, Messrs D. McLeod, J. G. Newman, J. M. Richardson, Ah Matt, Charlie Malaya, : Kelly, Larsen, and three in the steerage. Bums, Philp & Co, agents. February -24.-Wakefield, s. Captain T. Freeman, from Geraldton. J. G. Fearnley, agent. February 26.-Arawattn, «, Captain F. G. Lee, from Cooktown via Port Douglas: Passengers : Mesdames W. H. Smythe, F. G. Mort...

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MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

MOVEMENTS. Tho Palmer, a, from Townsville, vim I ports, is due this morning and will have prom pt* despatch for the South. t Tho Lass O'Gowrie,. s, is doe from .Townsville via ports on Wednesday; /morning and: will Ieare again on the re- turn trip immediately. - : -j. . . ; , -The Naiad, s, from Townsville via ports, is due on Wednesday next aud will leave. : ? for Port Douglas. ? _ The Duke of Devonshire, Q.R.M.S., left London "for Queensland ports on the ? 20th January. " ' . . . - The Changsha," s, left Hong Kong for Australia ports on or about the 1st. ult. She iB-timed to leave Sydney on the re . tum trip ou the 10th March. The Wakefield s, with ths lighter Aron in tow is due from Geraldton this morn- ing. The Wodonga, s with the weekly mail from the South,- is due from here this morning. Ghingtu; from Hong. Kong is duo here tomorrow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

Liver Complaint and DYSPEPSIA. Poçtor docs go good. TONIC AMABYEIJAlU8BIgI0lUTIVEl Mr. G. Boland, EleveatbrBtnct, BowdoOf Adelaide, BJL writes on Jan. 22, .1897.-;-I am a cabinet J maker, and have always worked bard.- rtor] about two years I was very, languid, and-lost all energy. .Towards the latter part of the alcove period the slightest exertion would I cause a copious perspiration. I became1 very weak, and lost all relish for food. -1 visited | a doctor, who said I was dyspeptic, and pre. ! scribed lor me, but the medicine did me no good. : I was recommended to try Clemsnts | Tonic, which I did, and very soon felt an ¡ra- j provement. I found ita marvellons restora- tive, and continued to take it until "I felt as well as ever. I no longer suffer lrom exhaus- tion or fatigue, but:feel strong and well. Wishing you prosperity, I remain. Yours truly, . ' . G. ROWLAND.' FOR .; FftBsH SHIPMENTS - Wasnt " or. | GENERAL PRODUCE, OATEN HAY, CHAFF, BRAN, | POLLARD, OATS, MAIZE, BACON, .HA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

?//'.?S Comiiíg Bv«nto.~ - i Summsryot Erente advertised lathe "Post" »III, apmx nuder this headtnc «ch ism. ) ' March4th- ' /. Send-off to SabJiaipector Fstjaaoa. ? Insurance Agents meeting it R. Start Sc ? ? . Co.'s. f ' : :. Í ;> March 5th- ' 1 ' ' 4 Half-yearly meeting Unien Block Co. at ' Mr Cairns offices. March 8th. - Tenders dose at Conseil Chambers for kerosene ; also applications. for, post of lamplighter. March »th- . Teadert close, firewood for Hospital.' Sale Mr Bunting's furniture by R. Sturt & Co. March Uta. Noaioationa erase for vacancy en Cairns Divisional Board. March 11th Nominations close for vacancy on Woo* thakata Divisional Board. March 12th Sale Mr W dede's furniture by R. Sturt &Co. March 17th - Railway Excursions. Cricketers ball in the Divisional Hall. *Urot> lath . Sala af Mis IN ilima'a drapery, ate., by Mr John Cairns. March 17th. Dramatic Entertainment at Mareeba. April .*». .Tenders close for supplying 4000 sleepers to C. S. K. C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

ffcjhWl Spca»! Reserve Whisky. Utakiac 15 years oM Special Reserve Whisky AtaatM» 12 years old Glen Lion Whisky .baja* BU Bevehes Pale Brandy * - «WWai'i iMX SparklïnK Ale! ' in Ociares, quarters and cases.' WALSH ¿V Co., Cairns and Port Douglas - - -Mareeba and-Mossman. ~ ' USE ONLY I "MYOLA" I OOM sm I Qtomu at Myola, new Burua Falk. J . Oainia,IÎ.<i. .J Hw Registered Brand ia an Alligator. I ? WALSH & Co., SOLE AonrraJ

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

WODONGA; 5th A.U.S.N.^CO., Ltd. ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE. T|"<HE Steamers of the above Company are 1 . -intended to sail as under : Townsville Bowen - Mackay .Rockhampton ... . :. i .Gladstone ' ' '?: .Bundaberg: .Maryborough Brisbane . . " Sydney . Melbourne !Adelaide Albany {Freemantle {Geraldton {Cossack," fand other West Australian ports '. i " Geraldton . ^ Mourilyan I CardweU I PALMEE, Dungeness j T0WB5VÍlle I TO-DAY Port Douglas v > Cooktown " I WODONGA ^Thursday Island : I jNormanton . Í TO-DAY ¿Burketown. . I - .Transhipping n Keppel Bay. , ^Transhipping at Cooktown. . , . {Transhipping at Melbourne. Vór further particulars apply to " ? ' ' , . BURNS, PHILP & CO., LIMITED, . - . - - ; . Agents. S.S. "VICTORY," (90 Tom Ref.) IJH1S Steamer is now Employed for Attendance on Oversea Steamers at Fairway Beacon, and is also available for ali lighterage and towing purpose«. Special Terms to Picnic Parties and Friendly Societies, When in Attendance on Overse...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

COMEMÜENCE. Tlie Editor is in no ?¡cay.responsible fat-the opinion of correspondents.. '?'-.The ventilation . af public matters -cill always ie encouraged under this heading provided the letters'sent in are signed by the respective writers... We. reserve to ourselves the right to exclude all manuscript bearing a itom deplume, although .xe are'prepared to admit that "Pro Bono Publico," "Old Subscriber". "One .Who Knows" and the rest of that ancient frater- nity of'anonymous.scribes,intiy\tinier certain. circumstances, Se excused[ . for, .veiling their signatures.'] / v ' <- . I

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THE RUSH ON THE JOHNSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

THE RUSH ON THË JOHN- STONE. ^ \ Of course you have heard that gold has been struck on the river ? Last week the prospector, Mr . Donaldson, late of Towalla, came in with- 3Ó.ozsi, and reported payable gold, found at Fisher's Falls, about 30 miles, from town, and on the Geraldton-Herberton track. The consequence of .the re- ported find was of course a rush, then and there. In twenty-four hours there was hárdíj^ati adult male in the town. Some were in such a hurry to get on the spot before all the gold disappear- ed, that they didn't even -take time to roll np their blankets, but just made a " new chum's bundle " of ' anything handy and " got." I met a party of five,-and they were making good time ol it, too-looked like ten miles an hour--and I asked " what's up. . Are the Russians in possession of Gerald, ton?" " Russians, be hanged where have you been? Don't you know gold has been found on the Herberton .road, and everyone is getting an ounce a day. You're too slow for a funeral." ...

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FIGHT BETWEEN BEARS. EXCITING SCENE AT SANGER'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

FIGHT BETWEEN BEARS. EXCITING SCENE AT SANGER'S CIRCUS. * On Tuesday morning the attendants at the circus of Lord George Sanger (limited), ät Dalston were alarmed by a succession of piercing shrieks pro- ceeding "from the iron barred den in .which two huge performing bears were caged.. On¡ rushing to the spot they found a magnificê of the polar .bear and the handsome sloth bear engaged in a fight. ? ? Professor Max, the lion-trainer, and a number of other trainers and keepers at once seized' pitchforks, bars of iron, and other.implements and endeavoured to sepárate . the animals. No sooner, however, were the pated than they again rushed at each other with una- bated fury, appearing tai care little or nothing for the prods they received from the pitchforks or the blows from the bars, of iron. They tore each other's throats arid clawed each other's bodies for fully a quarter of an hour, but during the whole of that time the sloth bear appeared to get the better of.the polar, bear..,. ...

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Tides. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

Tides. The following list of the approxi- mate state of the tides at the Fairway Buoy is furnished by. Mr Pilot Dick- son:- .' 'A.Ú.. P.M.:. " - H. M. ft. in. H. M.* ft. in. Mar. 2 6 .30 5» 6 . 6 35 . IS O ïj 3 7 0 20 9 7 10 18 6 .;'*'. 4 7 » SI 10 y\ 7 3SÍ ¿ IO 0 5 8 O l 21: 3.: . ;, 8 10 J19 3 . 6 8 30 21 .4 8 40 19 6 7 9 0 21 6 . 9 10; 19 9 ; . - . 8 9 30 21~ 0 9 35 19 6

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

MEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Wed. A singular action was commenced to-day. A Miss Baker sued Dr. Pur- chase for five hundred pounds damages for personal injuries. She had allowed the Doctor to take some skin from her to graft on a patient suffering from burns. She alleged he had taken fitfy-two sqnare inches from her whilst she was under clrloroform.

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Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

TelegrapMc. Wednesday's News by Wire. .:v'- '^ LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AÑD~ FOREIGN. LONDON-, Tue«. M. Zola has given notice of his in- tention lo appeal against Iiis recent sentence, General - Meline, Kpeaking in' the CliamW of Deputies, stilted that the Di ey fus agitation must cause an in- creased interest in the aroiy. . . The German and Austrian news- papers severely condemn the verdict, and predict that lin- fanaticism dis- played at the trial will have its re- action. .... ., . The Russian press lament the trial aa a Mow to civilisation. LONDON, Wed. The attempted assassiniation of King George of Greece has evoked unanimous expressions of indignation from the press. " The King states"that he made close scrutiny of thc assail ants,--aml,: he ?. is-confident"tthat the outrage did not originate in Greece, The Greek Royal Family attended a Te Deutn servie at the Cathedral on Sunday and were heartily cheered by the populace throughout the route. Large numbers of Thanksgiving ...

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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. ANNUAL TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. ANNUAL TENDERS. -~-^A"-»pécial meet in«; of li>c committee of thc Cairns District Hospital .was held in the Court House on Tuesday last to deal with the tenders for thc annual supplies. Present : Messrs E. Henriques (Vice President) in the chair T. G. Blakey, G. B. Mayers, Neal McLean, E. A. Milford, A. Taylor, T. ,S. Hope and Kev.' M. Woods, and Rev. Eather Cocoran. . TENDERS. , The following tenders were received Bread.-Thompson Bros 3 Jd. per zlb loaf. " Accepted. Butter.-J. Robson.. is 3d per lb. , " Walsh & Co. 11 Jd per lb. '> " W. Lennon is 2d per lb. As Mr Robson's tender was - for fresh dairy butter it was accepted. Milk.-A. Keeble 2Jd per quart. W. ind J. Cannon 3Ïd per quart. " W. J. Munro 3d per quart.' 4 ' * Mr A. Taylor, moved and Mr Neal McLean decided that the tender of A. Keeble be accepted. ;,Mr' Blakey thought the old con- tractors W. and J. Cannon should get a show. Mr Milford : : " Oh ! you should make it complete by adding W. ....

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Police Court. SATURDAY, 26TH FEBRUARY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

Police Cauri. . SATURDAY, 26TH FEBRUARY. (Before thc Police Magistrate.) William (Kanaka) on remand from 22nd instant charged with larceny. .' Ah Mee deposed :-I live on Col linson's selection, Mnlgravc Road. I do not know {hejPjr^roen;,;^T^^j¡g.,. «"^^ne^oarTii ten shilling». I had this fgra :. in' my; - hpii^'_'up".tcVf five months ago when I missed it. :.; I did not sell it, nor did I give it away. This gun belongs to me. r. Loga Ma (Kanaka) deposed that the gun is the property of Billy who, left it in the creek. I brought it into my hut and'put it %'the head of the bcd. ;v'r-v,-/T;'; ^ At this stage of the - proceedings the Police 1 abandoned the ; case .and ;the prisoner was discharged.

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