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SHEARING LAW SUIT. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
SHEARING LAW SUIT. BRISBANE, Tuesday. At tho civil sittings of thc Supreme Court''torday ^tbío: case was concluded in which the Federal Sheep Shearing. Comjliny claimed! _ from* the. South Australian Land Mortage and. Agency Coy., Ltd., £870 5s 8d, damages for alleged^ breach ¡pf contract» entered in- to iöitJApril IÇth, 1906/ iii respect to tile shearing of 53,000 sheep and lambs at Hamilton. Downs station.. . Counsel'for tho plaintiff addressed the jury,"'aftci^85Tch _his Honour . sum- med" up, arid, the jury retired. After an absence üf;äfe>: hours, they retarn ed a' jvcrdict lio&plnintilTs, fixing the dainages.at £.822. 13s, 7d. -v- . ; Mr. Lukin moVfcd for judgment for the plaintiffs.. : . - Mr. Feez renewed his application for a non-suit; andiolso askpd for judg niene for thc defendants. . -The Chief Justice refused Mr. Fcez's application, und, gaye judgment for the plaintiffs -tóríthe'ámoúnt - found by thé;|ury^jw^th¿cpsts.4; ¿j Q- ii . .-'Alfter.-' Christmas _grwU...
TYSON ESTATE SALES. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
TYSON ESTATE SAIJSS. BRISBANE, Tuesday. An auction salo «ff lend ami filaros in thc estate ot the late James Ty- son, was held yesterday under an. or- der of tho Supreme Court. The pro- perty, in Queen-street,, occupied by the K.S. and A. Dank, having frontage of 50 feet to Queen-street, was pnss cd in at £7000." lt is understood that a better offer has since been re-, ceived. Forty-one acres of lqjnd in the Dalby district realised £1 per acre. None of the shares in thc Q.N. Bank and Government\Savings Bank stock reached the reserve placed on them and none were sold; - -'-.I-HI.'.; . ?>i.
MINING THE ETHERIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
"MINING THE ETHERIDGE. 'Mr. Warden Hishon, reporting'"-to ib¿v'Mines ' Department on thc bOth November, says:- : - Durham Consols is "attracting a good'deal of attention in'consequence of "a 'marked improvement through- out,* the'mino.. In the stopcs off both ends of No,; 1 rise ia No, 4 level the reef averages IS in., and ass»j's' up to an ounce. ; per tori.- Un £»o. 3A level the lode in places is 7ft. wide ; inost, of: the stone is white; but some of'it'is heavily mineralised, and' in the^stopcs there are from.6 to 18 in. of good-looking ore. The oid blind winze iii Ño. 2 level (the rediscovery of a rich chute just above water- line was recently reported) has been nailed out, and sinking resumed to connect with the level underneath where a reef is showing in thc roof and underfoot. The reef shows all tho way down the winze as sinking ' ijroooKls. Sumóle assays from it averaged OJ oz. i«r tun, worth Í13.7, Shares in thc company have been in ?mod demand, and are now worth up to 3s O...
GAS ENGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
GAS ENGINES. The bucking and snorting and l'c fusdl of gas, engines to start (says '.. Power and Transmission ") 1s;due io moisture in j,the'; cylindcs,, provent ng regular ^ignition until dried* \by the heat of-several explosions; The difficulty may be obviated by shut- tings oft 'tile.: cooling water ;a ferç'min- utes l>efore starting "thc " machine/ »ind not turning it on again. until oller tho engine begins to explode regularly. " , - -Vv; ¡"¿ -j T'.;; V
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
MINING NOTES. Thc managing director of tho Vil iago Blacksmith Tin Mining Co.\ Ltd., Mr. D. P. Barry, reports under date 16th instan.t-No. 1 tunnel. The south-west crosscut hus been driven 3 feet, muking a total of 12 feet, and as the iace was not looking favorable, work has been discontinu- ed here. No. 2 tunnel.-Tho stope has boen continued a further 10 feet south-west, averaging in width 25 feet, making the total distance from the tunnel entrance 63 feet. Thc southern face shows broken country .and the lode is somewhat pinched. Tho western. face shows a good ore body, and about 30 tons of good grade oro are in thc paddock from the workings. The ground hero has now been opened up to such an ex- tent that it is necessary to timber, and this will b« done during thc holidays. Tho road from this mine has been re-made for a distance of 4 chains and the grade much improved-1 Deep shaft lease.-Two men were started here two weeks ago, and have been sinking an open cut on ore body west of ...
SOUTHERN QUOTATIONS. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
SOUTHERN QÜÓI^TIÓNS. BRISBANE. [Chillagoe, !) 3/0', s 3/0- - . I Mt. Molloy, s 9/3- ^ y v ~' Mungana, s 6/6, " , O.K., b 4/8, s 5/1 ' ' Gilmore's, b 5/-, s 5/11' *??> MÍDELA IDE. O.K., b 4/9, s 4/11 Mungana, b 6/4, s 6/0 . - Chillagde-Ruddygorc,~b JC5/5,- s £5/3 5 CHARTERS TOWERS. Durham Consols, b 2/9, s"3/2 ; Mt. Molloy, b 9/2, s 9/6 . Mungana s 6/6 Dalziell's, b 1/9, 8 2/1 Gilmore's, b 5/10, s 6/3.
ETHERIDGE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
ETHERIDGE VISITORS. . Intending visitors to the Etheridge can make arrangements for visiting the various portions of the field by wiring to William Crumb, Auctioneer Georgetown. Buggies can always be .arranged for if orders are wired in advance. This obviates annoying de- lays which often occur when visitors reach Georgetown and find a dhh culty in obtaining suitable and ! prompt means of being conveyed to the outlying portions of tho field. Mr. Cramb also supplies at short notice all information required re ir&rding mining investments, etc.
Wedding. BARTHOLOMEW—NEILSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
Wedding. > BAKTUOLOMEW-NlüLSEK.. Tho marriage ot Mr. K. Bartù'ulo-* mow, ot Mt. Molloy, to lilas Kdhv;, Xeilscn, youngest daughter of Mrs, Neilson of Cairns, took place at £>t. John's Church yesterday, thc oflicint^-i ing clergyman being the Von. Arch- deacon Campbell. The Jirido who was given away by her Lrother, Mr. Harry Neilson, wore a beautiful ivory silk gown, the bodice being arranged with a yoke of very J handsome lace «nd bretelles composed of tiny net frills and finished with lace;, elbow* sleeves made kimono-stylo and finish ed with lace frills. Tho skirt was walking length, and was made with tucks and frills of lace. A wreath and veil completed a very pretty cos- tume. Miss Jj.' Neilsen, sister of thc bride, acted as bridesmaid and «oro a very pretty costume of white em- broidered Swiss muslin over'helio- trope silk, tlie bodice hating a trans- parent yoke and trimmed with inser- tions of Valenciennes lace, elbow sleeves with frills of narrow -Jacu. Tlie skirt was ...
THE RIFLE (By "Windguage.") [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
THE RIFLE J¡By ÛWiitàguaEB.!') A/räwpV'.ioi' thc, twp-guineas pre- sented "b^' Curium' killey' takes place on .Saturday and extended, lt is to .'be a ¡handicap ' shoot over ^ho D.C'.Ii. 'ranges. ' The prizes aro to.be" allot ited as follows :-lst '15/v 2nd 7/0. 1 3rd 5|/-. 4th " 1/-, 5th 3/- ; three range prizes 296 for highest score oft Ihe: rifle,-one. competitor jtof secure only orié rango prize. It is expected tho selection com- mittee* for tho I)..CL. team will select the twelve men ;to go to Herberton after this shoot. ' Thc idea of making tho final selec- tion after the twelve men'have shoe on thej Herliérto'ii range jappcars to be . a judicious one. ? The . reennt shoot of our men shows thc,necessity of the men to have a shot on the strange range prior to the shoot. Tho Cairns team that shot at Her- berton say the inuiking was extrem- ely accurate and very fast and con- sider that tho next shoot will be con- ducted equally us fast it not faster Itlmn -thu iBKt. .I am sorry t...
FREE EVERY MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
Fil EE EVERY MONTH. Every day in the month, until fur- ther notice I will give a- numbered ticket with every purchase made at my Drug Store, which will entitle the bolder, to a chance of gaining a val- uable gift. December prizes are: 1st, Set carvers ; 2nd, Cruet ; 3rd, Jam Dish. Winning numbers in lo- cal papers and in window first day of each month. Winning numbers, November competition :-1st, 5135 \ 2nd, 5054 5 3rd, 1469. (Drawn by W. Barnwell, Es-j.). Lennon, Chem- ist (Dy examination), Abbott St. (next Draper's), Cairns. Aiter; sending a lotter, posted at Shipley' for delivery at Bingley, Yorks,/ three miles distant , across thc Atlantic, to the United States, tho British Post Office authorities, pn de- livering it. a month late, demanded £d from tho indignant addressee for the-extra journey. I*.* . * Thc heroism of Mrs! A. M'Xnlly, of t Sligo, who recently rescued seven children from drowning in Sligo Bay, . ats great : personal risk, has been rc- , 'cognised by thc Royal Hum...
LENNON'S NEW DRUG STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
LENNON'S NEW DRUG- STORE. . Last month honors came easy, lt .was a great month for Lennon's New Drug Store. It was a royal deman rtration and fitting dedicaticn to the ..newest contribution to Cairns Drug . Stores. I am proud of the popular .public approval shown me last month and which I shall strive to main- tain, seeking day after day to make this a perfect Drug Store and one that will ever retain tho good will and confidence of the people. The merit of my drugs, chemicals, etc., is ever to bo my claim for patronage and not the decrying, quotations of impossible prices. I trust the asso- ciations and friendship formed since my ftdvent in the field of Drug Store business may be ever fastened with the cords of many years satisfactory relations. -, Mail your orders if you cannot visit my Drug Store. A prize competition ticket given with every puschase. Perspiring humanity relieved at my American Soda Fountain. Telephone 121 ,:P.O. Box. 124. Lennon, Chemist,1 ¿A.bbott St. (next* A. J...