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DEPARTUR[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

DEFARTÜW8. February 24.-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clark, for Townsville via ports. Pas- sengers: Mr Shaw, and nine in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co, agents. February 24.-Ara watta, s, Captain F. G. Lee, for Cooktown ria Port Douglas. Passengers: Mrs Morton, Mr F. G. Morton, and one in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co, agents. Febrnary 24.-Wakefield, s Captain T. 'Freeman, for Townsville^ J.' G. Fearn, ley, agent. ,-" *. T;.: February.-24.-Maranoa, R, Captain C. A. Thompson, for Southern ports. Burns, Philp and Co, agents. . February 24.-Adelaide, s, Captain Ussher, for Southern ports. ', J. G. Fearn- ley, agent. "! ' February 26.-Arawatta, s, Captain F. G. Lee, far southern ports. Passengers*: Misses Yearwood, Long, Messrs , W. L. Chapman, Grant and hine in the steerage. Burns, Philp, and Co., agentr. Lass O'Gowrie s, Captain McKenzie for Townsville. Messrs Fraser, Hartridgt and 2 in the steerage. Walsh »nd Co.-, agents. Naiad, for Port Douglas. Walshand Co., agents. '[ -if-^T-1...

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BARRON FALLS. [To THE EDITOR "POST"] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

BARRON FAJ'IÄ H [To IHK El»tTOR/iPosi."] .. ...SIB,- îîpw that public excitement oy«)i tbç.. allegeil threatenèd.»monoply nf th« hydraulic power of the Bi^roú Talta i ealniod down,Tth.hik two or"three"wordi on the Chillagoe "Syndicate's proposal tr , turn - into i a commercial ¿valué ' thç .uon latent power of tho Fails, will not be'oul of season, especially for; Cairns..and dis- trict, f quite couciir in the general protest against any private compruy try- ing . to ; monopolise". th» "Falls, ; suppos".'«] they could be. monopolised, which J deny, 1 as .thereí is.room¡ on both"* Bides to wcpm iiiodate,' and' water euough""'to'supply, jwores pf ..sy ndicates or public Rmrds. 1 have-not the.slightest cjdea -why;, and whatfor the.i said syndicate haye mad« their application for a lease. Some saj for erecting large smelting works for.theil copperand silver .ore,' others assert it ii for .w^ajler"wÓrks. to supply Cairns,. other think~for. «¡¡»antic electrical works t« generate po\jer,.'"...

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" MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Morning,March 3,1906. THE HOSPITAL TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

" MORNING POST." ''"Neither fy fear MOT fy favor, but fy ;.- '' Truth alone:' ' Thunda? ICoralat. Much 3, UM THE HOSPITAL TENDERS. The losing part}* in a legal action invariably thinks that thc judge is biassed or ignorant ; the losing com- petitors at a show always think that the judges do not know sufficient to come inside when it rains, and taking ¡ life right through, one finds that the loser invariably has his little growl against the umpire or umpires of his fate. . We . record this premise before dealing with the tenders for the annual, supplies tb the Cairns District Hos- pital, which were dealt with by the committee on Tuesday last. Of course it is impossible to please everybody in this world, and an arbitrator in any. np to the expectations of both of the contending parties, but when a public Body, having the control of public funds, makes a palpable error, it is the duty of the press to point it out. So much : by; way of preamble ; now for the "gist of the matter. A numbe...

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IN RE THE NEW COFFEE-EXPERT. [To THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

IN RE THE NEW COFFEE-EXRERT. [To THE EDITOR.] ; Sra,- Tho advent of this gentlernaii into North Queensland will bc watched with interest . by"'all those who have any knowledge of tho cultivation and,pre parationof coffee for the martçtÇ Apart from the fact that Queensland should be the first country to have found it neces- sary to import an expert for the curing of this particular branch of tropics! .agri- culture, the fact of his coming front some part of America would ,be . positive)} amusing, were it not that ¿¡500 of the country's" money is to go into his pockel while this little; joke is being perpetrated. To America we would naturally look foi experts in canning provisions, .bacon cur- ing tobacco growing and manufacture, they are even experts at making wooden nutmegs and moulding coffee from , any refuse into tho ready roasted and fragrant bean, but that any new process for either growing or curing coffee will be introduced by them, cm hardly be expected, unless it-to tho pla...

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

WHOLESALE 8c RETAIL Pro^isioiii - Merchant ABBOTT STREET, OAIRNB, MBOLAND' buys his Goods for Spot Cash, in the Cheapest and . Best Markets of the World. He;can, therefore, afford to sell at a fair Profit; 'Cheaper than any other House in Cairns. WHAT TS M: BOUND'S STOGK 1 Hy Stock Cc aprises Everything the housewife squires. Everything the min^ .requires. Everything the sugar inner requires. Everything the timber^ er wants. . Everything the Railway nployee needs. My fitàil Pricea less thaJfRiolesale Prices Chargedpfipany other finns TRY É^BÔLAND ASK r(MSÍSjPBlCES Goods Delivered promptly, to all parts of the . Town and District. PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PRODUCE, Fresh Supplies Every Weelu Fresh .Dairy Produce twice a week. M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Rôtail Proviaion Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS1/,' HUNTER'S KURANDA Paw Paw Frdit Saûç*. ATTENTION! DYSPEPTICS. Indigestion is at the root of more than half of our present day bodily ailments, accentuated, as it is,', by the almost unive...

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

. - Fot? Good TeM - ? OF HIGH QUALITY, ~ LARGE SELECTION OF HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES, DELICACIES, de. aad aiZU&AL VMOOUOM TKY-WM. LENNON & CO. DF INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. WlEKLY PAMSENGKE AND CASOO SlftYlCE PROM CAIRNS TO .- . " "cr. GERALDTON "\ S.S. LAM O'GOWRR CARDWELL (135TonsV LUCINDA ; ^ \ WEDNESDAY"' TOWNSVILLE j ^ Morong, /9th March, nt 4a.m. Transhipping Passengers and Cargo into the S.S. " PEREGRINE,,^^TxrRIAK,n and "LEURA,", leaving Townsville for all Southern Ports every Satuntay. ?. Passengers Booked Through to all Southern Ports. MACKAY ROOKH A MITON MARYBOROUGH BRISBANE SYDNEY MELBOURNE ADELAIDE ALBANY FREMANTLE GERALDTON PEREGRINE LEURA TYRIAN FROM TOWNSVILLE Every SATURDAY. Beduced Steerage Fares. A LIBERAL REDUCTION is allowed off STEERAGE Passage Rates. .For farther parttcolan apply to >..:???? '.. WAZaSH «fe CO., J Agenta. I . -TBE- ? Adelaide Steamship COMPANY, LIMITED. Passenger and Cargo Serriot BETWEEN GAIRN b AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA (VIA PORTS). ...

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[To, THE EDITOR.] ABORIGINAL PROTECTION ACT AND OPIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

[To, THE EDITOR.]. ABORIGINAL PROTECTION ACT AND OPIUM. SIB,-Now that the opjum question ii so much in evidence,' kindly .allojv¿,iU? space in your columns to give you a fen facts relative to this. tralfio. ' If -tic Chinese would coutiue rho sale of opium to their own countrymen alone, nothing would have been done to interfere .wití their opium, but that is where. the ,eyil lies, they do not confine thc sale of opiuir, to their own countrymen, they are in thc habit of supplying Aborigines, «biet under the Aborigines Protection Act if strictly prohibited. And again ,they dc not sell the pure opium alone- tn th« blacks, ,but the refuse .from the ornum pipes which the Chinamen collect arid sell - at front 3d to fid. . This ab<)DiiJwbJe mi* ^-_tnre.is.purchased by the'.blacks^ at that -^price and¡ made into^a drink which they : - - wfjen once they luvn tmmmj wtàmmVjïiM ' - ~ktqp]£t¡>e!B:~ "JÍ'JT. .front, .cit."." (forjf'¿ aavf: camp, you..:jw.ül;jilw»J». .find a -Ciro«? h...

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

Ckminieraaü. ; Messrs Goldsborough, Mort & Co., Sydney, specialh/ report OD the prodsce market under date nth February a» follows :- - Skee/skins.-FuD-wooUed 4jd to 5 Jd lb ; laediaats, ¿Jd to. 4Jd per lb ; shorts, sd to 3d per lb.' ;?'.*'-.--' .~r ¡ Hides.-Heavies, 4<1 to sd ¡ mediaros, 3}d to 4}d ; lights,3|d to 4d per lb. " . ; Ta/lme.-MaUoB, i NoBunal gi8 10s to £19; anied^i6 15s to £17 12s 6d; beef, ¿i6im to¿i7 icsper toa. : f .? ? Sheepskins.-The demand for slvtcpskins continues finn, especially for Enes of long wools showing freeness from burrs,' which are competed for eagerly. Pelts are in good request when sonad and free from weevils. Hides.-A dechae from. \<A to jd was ex- perienced at sales to-day for all weights, bat Queensland hides when free from ticks, are unchanged. Tallow.-Brisk demand was manifested for all tallows showing good color sad body, with aa advance of a* .Mper toa OB bat week's rates, bat asedien aad'btfcrior was unaltered. ...

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

Public Notice. iras ¿Undersigned begs to respectfully intimiste that during bis temporary sbssnea fresa Caima he will in no way recognise, or be sadd reapnosible for tba payaient of any goods ordered for the nra» of."E. DRAPER A CO.", sedees such orders ate signed by niasself. or ualaaa special Mangeasents hare been asada Wftwafcaiu by BUBB I. C. M. DRAPER. " Moruiug Post." Cairns, rttraary taw, lew*. - ~"a»K . IWmmrétK Da*** ¿I/i«» ar .? «."» Ittanar fro« th« but Marketa . i /¿Re A©V a^aSvlawTUSS { " Potatoes, HBJC, Com. Chuff, Drau Foliant, ic. Paafcl I^ÄiffÄi^'löil»' « 'tlOLPEN' T?» [-( AND |51 Füllt CEYLONS. látrl Ti ' ¡mi "? Only hair the quantity of KARA or GOLDEN Te« is r«inlrocl when cnijunral |Ä\ XOrWWÜDg k¡¡j ; .«Ith any otto Brand in tho Australasian Colonia. EXCELLENT VALUE. IRO^ CCNCÍIALIICRCHAN l^^^^l Ctap fiinilj Onpen, Outfitters, Mercery, House Furnishers, Boots and Shoes, 4c. VY^^S ,, Price, and rattern« on Appllcatioa. AU Orders receive prompt attention. A TRIAL S...

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From Our Point of View. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

From Oar Point of View. ~, Cairns has always been tt^r>, .r fortunate in the conduct HOSPITAL. of ¡ts Hospital, and the record of thc past.year's work as fur- nished by the report read at the recent annual meeting is of the usual satisfactory nature. Throughout there is no note, but one of prosperity and congratulation, and the figures in the boloncc-iliect r«11^ 'warrant thotcnor maintained right throughout thc document. The year opened with a credit balance of ¿909, out of which ¿127 had to be spent on painting the buildings, while ¿161 went in furniture and bed-linen. Both of these items of expense ; may be termed ex traordinary.as neither are likely to ap- pear in a balance-sheet for years to come. There was an increase of 69 patients during; the year, and yet. in spite of more than ordinary heavy expenditure the Committee started the year 1898 with a credit balance of ¿io!2. This speaks volumes for the management during the year, and for the ' ability of the late President, ...

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The Hodgkinson. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

The IfodgUnioii. [BY "PROSPECTOR."] I will now deal with all tfté minea at 4#«rk:,"'at the" varions 7 mining cetitrcaVnd Swill commence, down ,tbe tsTéfeaí'theír uK-f'-.' ''? V*. £. UNION, situated liniiles'westward from Thorn- borough.. Mi- Felix. Duffy, the pros pïcjfbr^of the'Centennial reef and "one af the pioneers pf tho field, ha« a ten heíd'stañiiiét-'lirttu-ry at tliiscimp with Benian puns inc grinding, r. Mr Duffy only charges 12s (»er ton for crushing small pr big parcels, and having ';,a well ejected battery nrid knowing his hii-i ness thoroughly gives the miners every satisfaction. The 'claims at "work are the Union louse and c'ainis, tho Great Boulder, the Robin Hood, the -Welles- ley, and the L*dy Frances. The Union up to '84 crushed 9,051 tons for 11,454 ounces of gold, of the value of nearly £i per ounce, und about as much more has been ci uglied since that time. A local company- (Cairns and Thornborough) exiled the Union Block G.M. Coy., Limitai, was recVntly formed...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Toes.' At tie Autoron. Meering of the V.R.C. on Saturday the Newmarket ! lfondicip i wulteJ as follows :- j I Amiable (Lochiel- AnVciion) 1 '? The liesper.' - ... 2 I Sailor Boy (Gow-Kathleen) 3 i The Hopeful Stakes resulted : Safety, 1 ; Cardumen, 2 ; Heretic, 3. St. Leger Stakes -.-Aumin, 1 ; The Tula, 2; Keera, 3. MELHOURNE, Wed. : At, the Federal Convention the question of thc Federation taking over the debts of. the colonies was further discussed. Sir Geo. Turner moved an amendment making it compulsory thát this be done." This amendment was carried by 23 votes to 7. The debate was further adjourned. Several dele- gates becoming dissatisfied with the turn affairs are taking suggest the ádjourhment for one year¿ ? Following are the results of the second day's racing at the V.R.C. Meeting': ; < . HURDLE RACIÏ : Clondalkin .. .. .. 1 Jack Hanwell.. .. .. z The Oak .. ... ..3 Other starters : Response and Gold finder.- Clondalkin won by three lengths....

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NOTES IND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

NOTES AND NOTICES. Cricketer's Ball in Divisional Hall on St. Patrick's night, 17th March. Dickenson and Huxley arc raising splen- did looking stone on the Union line, Hodg- kinson. There is a rumor in the air to the effect that the next encampment will be held in Towns,- ville in June instead of at Easter. Mr. W. Lennon intends to get in outstand-   ing accounts and those interested had better read his advertisment in this issue. A send-off to Sub-Inspector Ferguson will   beheld in the Council Chamber on Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Mr John Cairns will sell the whole of Mrs Pedersen's millinery and. dressmaker's stock in trade, household furniture, etc. on Friday and Saturday, 13th and 19th March, On Saturday 12th March Mr Geo Wriede's household furniture and effects will be sold at public Auction by Mr R. Sturt and Coy, Auctioneers. On Wednesday March 9th at 2 p.m. Messrs R Sturt and Coy. will sell by Public Auction the furniture, effects, pot plants etc...

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

.V WHOLESALE COFFEE MERCHANT. ¡¡jjT jH«»wMc«ss^EdBS9«^Bfis^H«^^ 1 - ' GROWN AND MANUFACTURED BY D, R. LEWIS, AT MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, ? ..; , . QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE ! TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS AK» FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE. AND CAREFULLY MAD«. '-¿ SOLD IN 'Mb. TINS, and No 2 Dt 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. - Residents of Cairne, M»reeb», Herberton, MonUlbion, CaliforaU Creek, .The Tate, .?. settlers generally shunld:ask for. Lewis' Mount Graham Cofte, and take BO other. ' Try One Tin aa an experiment. The grower and manufacturer pledge« Hs word thai there ia no better matured orTfpu-ar I Coffee in the worhl than ... v": 1 ' LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM ? COFFEE. MRS S BYRNE/ ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. tr IN DLY note and remember that MRS. S. BYRNE, Ute-of .the-Xirsaasm HoUL l_ Abbott Street, has purchased the " CRITERION," lately occupied by MK. P. J., HOWLEY. " The '"CRITERION" is a Comfortable House and:...

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

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.-Under the distinguished pat ronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through the Consul-General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1878. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam Exhibi- tion, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. Thcie are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming etude, resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recog- nised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Gorernment to be of perfectly pure origin, as per Information'forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, we state :-. It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Bonn and Griefs wald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Pro- fessor Dr Mossier, Director of thc Medical ...

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CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 3 March 1898

CAIRNS DM^ Th 2 ordinary meering of the Cairns Divisional Board "was held : in the. Board room on Friday afternoon' Present-Messrs AV. J. Munro (Chairs man), T. Mackey,. C. S. S. Ross, and W. D. Hobson. \ ,/ , / CORRESPONDENCE. ' From Mr D.. Thomatis, relative to >,enfire,hora^'riBi||ängvon Board roads and réservés, and asking the Board's advise as to^ihe.best )najjner..of deal- ing with the n^'s^çe^^^ "v.- ç J ç After some"di^ns&pnit\was decided that owners of such horses Í be warnegl W»d ~ also that -the opinion of the, Board's solicitor be obtained as to the jurisdiction *of'"the. Boajd in the matter. : From Mr G. K/.^Adravt^ás^rigrfqri theùsë -bf the Divisional JHälT in the day time /¿fox theJrpui^seVpf 'givinf music lessons. ' ' !l ï : " The.mtter.!jyas ; held" brer for con- sideration at the next meeting of the Boards y ., ? ? Erorn.W-ong Fong, complaining that a countryman See Long had been struck by the guard with a lump bf coal and injured, .and asking!for.re- dr...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 March 1898

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Penni, Wed. I Great excitement was displayed at I Kalgoorlie in the Warden's Court where two miners were charged with contempt of court for disobeying : an order restraining them from working alluvial ground on thc Ivanhoe by virtue of their lease. The Warden commit- ted them to gaol until they themselves considered they had purged thc con- tempt and petitioned for release, Whcu thc news reached Ivanhoe 400 diggers marched to Kalgoorlie Railway Station to take farewell of. their mates, who could easily have been retened but for the ' restraining influences of some of the crowd. The effigy "of Wittenoom was burned. ? The imprisoned men's places on their claims have been filled by others. .- ~- - .

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 March 1898

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed. The Federal Convention has dis- cussed a number of clauses, for the consideration of which the Bill has been recommifted. These clauses include control of navigable rivers. It is decided that nothing in the Bill should abridge the rights of the state or its citizens to reasonable use of navi- gable rivers. . - r... West Australian delegates have de- layed their departure for another week. . for sulphate of morphia. He injected a dose into a patient, a Mrs Turner, and on his road home injected a dose into himself. The Doctor hats since died arid Mrs Turner is in a very pre- carious state. ' A boy 6 years of age was to-day found in a dying condition in a water channel at Fitzroy. He died whilst being removed to the Hospital. Death was due to five broken ribs which had pierced the lungs. , The issue of Jubilee stamps has so far resulted in £2638 being paid into the Treasury for distribution among the various charities on the basis of Government grants to chari...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 March 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDHEY, Wed. A German steamer has landed 3000 bags of beet sngar. A message has been received from San Francisco that none of the persons wanted in connection with atmos- pheric'gas" concern had arrived by mail steamer from Australia.

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QUEENSLAND. TOWNSVILLE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 March 1898

QUEENSLAND. TowKsviLLE, Wed. . The Cintra will arrive .here this after- noon ; she reached Keppel Bay Mon- day afternoon. Cyclonic gale caused her to heave to from Sunday night at , ii; o'clock until 7 o'clock Monday mornings Pammctigxrm mpcmk : very highly of the vessel's behaviour. BRISBANE, Wednesday. Goods are being removed from wharves. A number of people living in lower portions of the city are re- moving to higher ground. Railway communication between Brisbane and Gympie is blocked, ' also betwc Nambour and Cooran. Serious floods are reported from Wide Bay district where it is feared considerable damage to property has been done. Mount Morgan crushed 9574 tons for 12,207 oz. Mr Curtis has been in communica- tion with the Federal Delegates on the subject of insertion of a clause in Commonwealth Bill provid- ing for North and Central Queensland entering Commonwealth an separate states. Mr Curtis received a wire from Mr Walker saying the Premier feels that thc insertion of the p...

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