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Victoria. MELBOURNE, MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 20 March 1884
Victoria. MELBOURNE, MARCH IO. Miss Einehe Melville, tin- popular actress, lias buen declared insolvent. Her liabilities amount to £'30,001), with assets limier £101). The Postmaster-General has commu- nicated with the Queensland Govern- ment, asking them upon what terms they would construct a telegraph linc between Normanton and Daly Waters, in order to lessen the dillicult.es caused by thc interruptions on the overland -service. It is anticipated that all thc Colonial Parliaments wt[l pass the Federal Council resolutions in .Tune next, and then ask the Imperial Government to pass an Enabling .Act. Chief Justice,'Sir W. F. Stawell, will be acting-Governor on the departure of the Marquis of Normanby for Eng- land. (From our Exchanges.) BRISBANE, MARCH Vi. Mr. Miles leaves here.for Townsville on the 22nd. -According to present arrangements, he will inspect the Northern and Ravenswood railwavs, and then go across the country to Bowen to inspect the proposed routes of the Bowen raihvav...
St. Patrick's Day Races. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 20 March 1884
Si. Patrick's Day Ibices. Ovnxr. to the bad weather on St. Patrick's Day the stewards postponed thtî-nux's until the next day, when they were run off with the following resalta. There WJIB a fair at- tendance on the course, - but O'iiuïons were openly expressed that Momo of th*» ii»ees ww »ot. run . .? Bt.rn.iK1>''Mr. J"!1- i'.M.. ollloi.Lt.-l ». jutlgu :- _ Hurdle liaeu of £15. Twice round the course. Weight for agc. The following three started :-Mr. Fox's Playboy, Mr. Harrison's Lone Hand. Mr. Stevens' Commodore. Mr. Stevens en- tered Crying Hob, late Too Late, but ran Commodore instead. Playboy fell at the second jump, and the so-called Lone Hand jumped ou Playboy's rider, who was much shaken. Playboy then ran off the course, and could not be found again. Lone Hand came in first at the post, but having run at the Christmas races under the name of Johnny-Como-Lately, was disqualified. This race consequently fell through. District Pluto of ¿610. Twice round. Mr. Levin's Express,...
Brisbane. MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 20 March 1884
Brisbaa«. Buzacott lias published a long protest respecting Press prosecutions, and to- day publishes a copy of a letter sent to thc Attorney-General on the same sub- ject. The letter contains some clever chaff sympathising with Mr. Rutledge, ami defying the Government to pro- ceed with, tlie action. The DAUA- OBSEUVEII this evening contains an article on the public meet- ing held at Cairns, and deprecates the position then taken up as too palpably j currying favour with Griilith for in ! terested motives. The Natal mutineers are still at large. The captain is kept in custody awaiting the decision respecting wages. St. Patrick's Day passed off amid much enjoyment. The banquet held in honour of it was a great success. The Port Douglas deputation have not vet interviewed the Ministers. Mr. Griilith ami Mr. Dutton, to- gether with other members of par- liament, leave here on Saturday, for Clermont, to open the railway there. Mr. Miles. Minister for Works, will not go further north than...
Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 20 March 1884
Local Items.; Mrs. and -Miss Kingsford left Cairns for Brisbane last Saturday night, per mail steamer Quiraing. The schooner Morning Light arrived on Tuesday last from Brisbane, having on board the material for the cons'truetion of the new Conit House, the building of which will be proceeded upon forthwith. We understand that Mrs. Paris has ac- cepted Mr. Severin's tender for the erection of a two story building in Abbott-street, next to Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co.'s store, which will when finished most probably bc used as a hotel. Mrs. Burke inaugurated the opening of her new premises, the Newmarket Hotel, by giving a diujce on Monday evening last, St. Patrick's I>.iy. A gathering of about sixty dill honour to the occasion/ and a tuost en- joyable evening was spent hy all. We understand that an arrangement has been arrived at between Drs. Byro and Koch by which Dr. Koch will assume his appoint- ment, as surgeon to the hospital, immediately. Dr. Byra will leave Cairns for his ne...
OFFICE HOUES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
OFFICE HOUES. T^lfîjTaph office open from 9 a.ni. till 0 p.m.'daily (Sundays excepted). Post Office ppcù from 9 tum. till 0 p.m, ; Sundays G'till 1U a.m. Money Order Office open from IQ a.m. till 3 p.m. ; Saturdays If) a.m. till 12 no4>n. Savings Bank open frbui lß ¿.ni. till 3 p.m.; Saturday l(j a.m. till 12 noon.
Elections Act Amendment Act. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
Election.-* Act Amendment Act. THE following is thc text of the above Act passed during list session and which received tue Governor's assent on the 2!)lh ult : AN ACT TO AMEND " TUE ELECTIONS ACT OK 1S71," ASD " Tus ELECTORAL IÏOLLS ACT OF 1S79." Ile it enae'ed by the Queen's Most Excel- lent Majesty, by and wit:i thu ail ric J and consent of the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly of Queensland, in l*ai 1 ament Assembled, and by the authority of the same as follows : . 1. This Act shall be read and construed with and shall be deemed to be incorporated in *' The Elections Act of 1874," hereinafter referred to as the Principal Act, and the several terms defined by that Act shall in this Act have thc same meanings as ave assigned tj them in that Act respectively. 2. No person, whose name is entered on the roi ol' electors lor a>iy electoral dist ri. t in respect of the qualification of residence, shall he entitled to vote in respect of that qualification at any election f...
Cairns Divisonal Board. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
. . CtalraM Tttvtrtunal iloartl. I SPECIAL MEETING. A SPECIAL meeting of this Donni vms held ou the 10th inst. Present-Messrs. Hool:, S iveriu. Douglas, Kenny, und Kyan. In the absence of the Chairman, Mr- Kenny was voted to take the chair on the motion of Mr. Severin. Mr. Kenny said the object of the meeting was to consider the question of the financial separation of the sub-divisions of the district As thc Act does not clearly define how this is to be accomplished he thought it would be advisable to take legal advice on thc mutter, or to correspond with other Boards who had a'ready sub-divided. After con ileraVed cussiou, Mr. Hook moved-" That the secre- tary communiste with the head of the department and ask him for instructions how lo proceed with regard to tho fica icial separa- tion of the sub-divisions of the Board. ' Seconded by Mr. Severin and carried. Mr. Hobson ealled attention to the subject j of the road to the Chiuamau's and wanted to know how the work on it was progre...
SPECIAL NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
SPECIAL NOTICE: E^oxiSH MAIL.-Lejtera far Transmission to H\¿ United Kingdom, nul Continent of Europe by the'next Torres Straits' mail steamer must be poshed in' time for thg're^ gular southern mail on Saturday next, IK iiA'J »VHIRTER, - I'oot uuid Xe-egraph. Master.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
DEPARTURES. ".Marek 20-Archer, s.a.. Capt. Lowrie, for Cooktown. Passengers-E. Alexander, _and 2 in steerage. March 20.-Alexandra, s.e., Capt. Beel, ?for Cooktown. Passengers-Sun Cljoy, and 1 in steerage. Mareil 22ir-Alexandra, s.s, Capt. geel, for Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas- sengers -a in steerage. Maruh- 2:1.-Arcner. s.s.. Capt. IjOwrie, for Jiyiliv-y . t^v lir"vtt\j¡vTi«; mid. potta-'^Paaaengorft yirs, Hill anil child, MessrajÄ. forsyth, -Aï ««.ton,'J. Konnj-, jloofc. WC'li' Wllliinu. .Caisley, J?r. Byrn and .child, and 1 in steer- age. March 25.^rCorca, s.s.. Capt. Magrath, for Thursday Island.
Time Table. BRISBANE AND COOKTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
Time Tai»!*), BRISBANE XSD COOKTOWN.. eefcly by Australasian Steam Navigation ] Company's Contact Steamers, FEIJJJ BRISBANE, ^AKK.1 KCPBIO. BAT.I rrivol I^KO l Arrive I Iwra iArrival T.01 Sun. I Sun. Mon. Mol J TOM. | TI p.m. Il p.m. Gp ja. S p.m. j Vu-lu. 10; TOWNSVILLE CAIRNS. ror.T DOUGLAS. COOK- TOWN I Arrive! Leave 1 Tues. 8 p.m. Wed. ..p.m. Thur. 8 p.m. rbnr. i Thur. ! p.ni, 18 p. To BEISBANE. pOOK- j .TOWN FORT DOUGLAS, TOWNSVILLE Sit. a.3ú ajo. ült. i P.m. I Sat. fi p.m. I Sat. 9 p.m.] Sat. »P-m-l Sun. 5 p.m. Mon. ¡JO a jn. FLAT-TOP .ISLAND. KEPPEL BAY. BRIS- BANE! £xriv01 Leave Arrive j Leave Arrive I Leu ve Mon. MO p.m.
IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
ÖIPOETS.. Ex AI e»m dru.-From Sydney; J case saddlery, 1 do goods, 2 do matches, 1 belle lioards, 2 do brooms,-1 case tinware, 7 do (drapery, ll frunks boote, 1 case clocks, 1 box, -i kegs butter, i boat From Brisbane : 1 case preserved moat, 2 do confectionery, 1 parcel hooks, 1 case, IO da vinegar, 1 parcel, 1 bag oysters, 10 drums oil, 5 cases herrings, 1 keg c soda, -J cases fruits. From Towns- ville: 1 package, 1 bale drapery. From Cooktown": 5 cases sundries, 1 bag p ware, 3 boxes salt fish, 5 crises galvanised iron. From Port Douglas : J tniEk, 1 parcel,-Burns, Philp ßi}d Co,, agents. . Captain Dade reports t-^-Tha Elisabeth, 397 tons, left the.Commercial IJqcfca,London, pn 29th jjfbvemfccr hist, and with favourable weather crossed tte line on 27th December, reaching the longitude off the Cape on 31st january. Tlje Easting was run down in Jatitude -tid^g ~tp 45deg S., and rough weather was experienced until Cape Northum- berland was reached, then fair weather to Bass Straits....
Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
Our Brisbane Letter. ^XROäf OtTR OWN COBI« TONDENT.) Tire Port Douglas deputation people have arrived in Brisbane, but so fai- no thing lias been arranged for their meeting the Minister, and it is not likely tliat they will have the chance of doing so this week. On about Tuesday next I think will be thc clay, and meanwhile Allan Gray, Callaghan Walsh, and Jackson will have plenty of time to chew over their statistics, and think of . the best way of snuffing Mourilyan Harbour and Cairns out, j and lettiug Port Douglas go ahead, j I am sorry to say you will not have. Mr. Miles with you to bc deputationised, as on his Northern trip be will not so beyond Townsville, and will meet the Cairns people there. Miles is getting old, and cannot stand as much knock-' 'ii*; abtut ts he did a few years ago. Someone wired theCorniKnandOusEit vEityesterday from Cairns stating that at a public meeting held there a resolution was passed to..the effect that the CAIitss POST doe» »ot ruprtwent tb«-opini...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
01>DS AN3> EN1>S. How may every passenger make himself of use to the ship carpenter ?"-By merely get- ting aboard. Pour things como cot back-the spoken word, the sped arrow, tlie past life, the neg- lected opportunity. The Kassian police have discovered an ex- tensive Nihilist ¡plot, thirty persons, includ- ing fi ur officials, have been arrested by order of the Government Mr. W. H. Çarr-Boyd. the explorer, has commenced an action for libel against John "Wilson and A. D. Cotton; chairman and sec- retary respectively of the Cambridge Downs Pastoral Association, on account of a letter ?they sent to the ARGUS reflecting on lils con- duct as a member of the O'Donnell explor- ing party. A shocking death fi om burning Í3 reported from Farlo, near Goulburn, where an old ?woman, who was blind and bed-ridden "was turned to death through her cottage catch- ing fire during the absence of the oilier inmates. The COOKTOWN COURIER says:-We have been informed that the railway terminus sit...
CAIRNS DEPUTATION. TOWNSVILLE, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
CAIRNS DEPUTATION. TO WXSVI LLE, MA nen 2iî, Thc Cairns railway deputation, con- sisting of Messrs'. Meston (Chairman of Divisional Board), Ä. Forsyth, J. Kenny, and AV. P. Walker, had an interview of tho Minister for AVorks this morning at half-past eight o'clock. Mr. Meston, as Chairman of the Divi s\mal Board, stated the views and desires of the people of Cairns with regard to the railway, and pointed out the ninny advantges which thc Cairns route offered over anv other fer Ibo construction of a railway from Her- berton. Mr. Miles, in reilly, said he was most favourable to Cairns, as thc surveyors had reported strongly in favour of that route, especially drawing attention ta the fact that a g.iod harbour was indis- pensable to the.terminus of such aline. The Port Douglas deputation, had how- ever, averred that there was some mis-, take in thc survey over thc Mowbray Kange, on the Port Douglas route, so it ha I been deemed advisable for tho surveyors to run over some three or four...
Petty Debts Court. (Before W. K. O. Hill, Esq., P.M.) March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
Petty Debts Court. (Before W. K. 0. Hill, Esq., 1\M,) . Mnrch 25, Innis v. Wilson-Claim for JKS» for fir WJod and dot :rtir>a of boat. Defendant pai.,1 J? 1 lös in Court. Verdict for plaintiff for. JËO 1>. bes'de* aujount ixiid inti Cwt, and GJ costs, t >&lt;retUer .¿il t Rs, S >ys the &lt;-apfaln to Tat, . I "Come I'll have none of that !'' As Paddy of whisky wai d.-inïiug his fill. With :i satisfied sigh. As he Iii ¡shed the rye, Says Paddy, " Be jabbers, I dol't think yo wi.l,'* Why aro. b- bios Hkenow flannel ?-Bec it:so they shrink f.- >in washing, ' ' " Prt Hev irs/' epys X, " is it yourtclf ihv\ it is?"' " Mur >"iy/''says he, .' that s no: nv. .name," And flin we looVed at .ea h other again, dad sara "eaoa^li it was ti-iyiae:" o" un,
The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1884. The Timber Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 18S-K The Timber Industry. lix dîscussiug the merita of the Cairns Hcrbcrtou route foi the proposed rail- way and exhibiting its many advantages over the route from Port Douglas thc timber industry has always held a prominent position, hut it is doubtful if thc extent of this trade has been fully realised, or the importance of its influence over the financial success of the railway properly understood. The primary object of the railway, however, apart from its monetary success, is to open up thc country and make available thc hidden wealth it contains, and to attain this end it must be taken by a route that will allow of the timber trade being conducted at a profit, which eau only be accomplished by the coast terminus being fixed at Cairns. The conclusion has not been arrived at by id/e assumption or unreasoning bias, but by careful calculations and practical investigations by cminently practipal men. The figures we shall adduee in support of our argument, that t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
Special Column, TBE QUEENSLAND STEAM .SHIP- ING CO., LnnTED. ." MARANOA " is 6>e TO-OAT, 27th inst, from South, and will meet with immedi- ate despatch for Port Douglas, «and Cooktown. WAUB AMP CO., Agents. THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIP - "INO CO., LnmxD. ' MARANOA " will sail for SYDNEY, via Queensland Ports, SATURDAY, the 29th inst. WALSH AND Co., Agents, EV. E. T. LLOYD will (av.) preach on Sunday next at llatubledon'Plantation at 3 p.m, and ia the Church, Abbott-street, at 7.30 p.m. Church of England. DIVINE Service will be conducted on Sunday next, at 7.30 o'clock, in the Court House, Cairns.
The Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
The Railway. TiiK opinions expressed by the Minister for Works to the deputations from Cairns and Port Douglas with regard to the probable route of thc railway will gladden many hearts in this dis- trict, and infuse new life and vigour into all who have cast in their lot with thc fortunes of Cairns. Mr. Miles in his interview with the deputations has given vent to expres- sions that aro equivalent to saying that the railway will be taken from Cairns to Herberton. He has not said so in so many words ; in fact, he has said he cannot at present give any definite in- formation on the subject, but lie has said that he shall abide by the decision of the surveyors,' and with the same breath informs us that that decision has been made in favour of Cairns. No more favourable replv, short of thc final decision of thc Government, could have been desired, lt says that the railway will be taken by the best route, and competent judges have declared that route to be between Cairns and Herberton. T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 March 1884
THE BEE HIVE 9KAPEKT, MILLINERY, OUTFITTING, AND BOOT ANO SHOE WAREHOUSE. W. P. WALKER beijs to announce that he has secured those premises lately iu the occupation of the BANK OP AUSTRALASIA, which he lias opened with a SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of STAPLE & FANCY DRAPERY, MILLINERY & CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES ?Sc., Ac, ie. The business will he under the management. of 3Ir. A. STREET, who has PERSONALLY SELECTED THE STOCK, ami whose practical experience of NORTHERN REQUIREMENTS is a Guarantee of Satisfaction to our Patrons, aad being mostly DIRECT IMPORTATIONS Per British laíii Vail Slsian, - aatl Marked ut ' LOWEST CASH PRICER in. PLAIN FIGURES, is certain to secure'the approbation of all who like 6000 VALUE FOR THEIR MONEY. THE DEE HIVE being now a « House- hold word" in the TotrnmrUle District no effort .will be spared to secure an oipial uniouat cf success for the " CAIBN3 BKANCH." As we ara constantly in receipt of the Latest Styl*» as they are produced, New Goo...