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ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
ARRIVAL.. December ia.-AÚrandaí ' Captain I», 0. tanridge, from iownsvi'lte. vic ports. . Passengers'-lMcsUames -. Roe DUCK, -Harris,'pares ? and 3 cnildreu. Stevens, Hoole, Holiaway, Misses. Donar ra); j'ou'bS, Quill, Camp, Mof- fatt (2), Owens, Kriddlc, Messrs. Roebuck,-' Stewart, Galloway, Hen- derson, McIntyre, Spears, Craig, Stevens,'. ' Gönner/ ; Caid, . Masters. Lyons, Donohue, ^ .Vondeleur, Quill, Macdonald, Marr, Garbutt, and 40 in the steerage. A.U.S.N. Co., Burns, Philp and Co., Ltd., agents. December*' IS.-Carroo, Captain Goodall, from Geraldton. Adelaide Steamship Co.','Ltd., agents, '?&lt;_> December 18.-Kuranda, Captain P, O. Partritlgc, from Port Douglas. Passengers-TiMessrs... Drew, Matt, Nurse - Walpole,' and ll in thc steer- age.- , A.U.S.N. Co., Burns, Philp and .'Co..-Ltd.. ueents. :.?:?:?'£??
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
. CUSTOMS. FORWARDING, SHIPPING, INSURANCE. Work of all kinds. Agents fory OCEAN Passenger and Freight Steamship lines to and from Europe) America, and the East. Shippers of ores, matte, metals, timber, or other products for State. Interstate, English, or other ports .will find it to ihcir advantage to communicate with us. - FEARNLEY & CO., LTD., ' J. G. FEARNLEY Telephone No. 59. Telegrams.-Fearnley, Cairns. BURNS PHILP & CO. LTD. ISLAND LINE OF STEAMERS. To New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Sydney and vice versa. Moresby, Captain F. J. Bayldon, from Cooktown, December 7th. . Mokambo, Captain H. Wealiherall, *T"troni~Cooktown, January Hth. Round trip* can be made, return- ing coastwise-'by . the steamers of the A-U.S.N. Co., Ltd. For .particulars, as to fares apply ¡ BURNS PHILP & CO LTD. ¡ Cairns. '
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
öHIPFINti MOVEMENTS. * ¿Bto-rig - Philp & Co. Lid., : Agente. Kuranda, froñr Townsville Via porta is due here every Tuesday, afternoon, leaves for Port Douglas. saine after- noon, returning Tuesday night and " leaving on Wednesday morning, On tho return.. . r Aramac from Melbourne to Cook- town . via ports is " dúo here this motning and continues her voyage this evening. ' ? 'Aorangi (A. & A. Line)," ' for Van- i «couver, leaves Sydney on January .-20, and Brisbane on January 22.
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
DEPARTURES. December 18.-Kuranda', Captain P Cv' = Partridge, /or Port Douglas. A.U.S.X. Co., Burns, Pnilp and- Co.-, Ltd., agents. December 18.-Wollowra, , Captan ¿Reny for Melbourne "via ports. Pas Sheppard, .'Banwell,-''-¿Osees. Sinclair; JPace, Messrs. Pollard, Bev. Grecn ~woo*d, ' Lyons, JViHiajmson, ., Keogh, Burnie, Hansen, Daviesi West, Jac- obsen, Donald, Bruce, Rutherford, Rooney, .White, Stager, Windsor, Evans, and 150 in thc steerage; Adelaide Steamship Co., Ltd.1, agents.
Fearnley & Cc., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
Fearnley & Cc, Ltd. .' Hanau-- íor; Macassa via lorrce Straits, thence to Marseilles, . Havre. Amsterdam and Hamburg is due in Townsville on January 1, calling at bairns it inducement offers. . Seydlitz (N.D.L.) leaves Sydney on January* 1. i°r landon and Bremen via ports- _ . 0 Changsha, from Hong Kong is due here about 20th instant.
THE ARAMAC'S PASSENGERS. TOWNSVILLE, Last night. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
THE ARAMAC'S PASSENGERS. TOWNSVILLE,' Last night. "Thc following ure the passengers by; the Aramac which'left:,fcr'; Cairns and Cooktown ' this 'owning j-Mes- dames Hooper, Welsh, Fow.trell, Nic nolls and' two children, Vearnon' and childe r r^ppercCrn,^ Hoss .and child, Hides,Misses. ''Barnard,' Terry* Col- bert, Seaflew, Sheppard (2), Dalby, Carr, Nicholls, Allen, Draper, Dono- van, Sèaflêvf, j O'Neill; .Slicarwood,' fielly, ^Gammon; ^egiis,^ Hooper, Fewtrell, Peppercorn^ _H^ ferrie. Stack, ^Quigley; .Kelly iisng trce, McGuiord, Perry, Ord, >j l'^inn, ranettet, Galloway, Lyons, Don ncry,' Nicholls, Gardner, Barry . (^2), Allen,' Boyd ; Masters"Marshall,, Kruger, Muir, Sheppard, McGee,. Byrne, Newell v(2), Kintyre, Matters, Armstrong, Brodie, Simpson and 30 in; the,steerage. :¿ _ s*h'
SHIPPING PROTESTS. TOWNSVILLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
SHIPPING PROTESTS. TOWNSVILLE, Wednesday. Tho Chamber of Commerce have de- cided to call the attention of the Potstmaster-C encrai to the constant late arrival of the southern mail steamer, to ask how much the pen- alty was and if it was paid. During the discussion it was stated that re- port said the penalty for late arrival was only £2 per hour. A motion was also carried; reques- ting the shipping' companies to -. - re- store the rates for freights and pas- senger fares to the figures obtaining trelore the "recent coal?strike.' ., ¡^.-t;
THE QUARRY SITE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
THE QUARRY SITE. In connection with thc proposed establishment ot a quarry site at False Capo, Mr. Wetters, - engineer Cairns Harbor Board, states :-"The quality of thc stono is of a diorite si>ecies, and lies on gc od sloping beds cheaply available fer quarrying pur- poses. There is every facility for thc erection . of a large supply and storage hopper. A sumll concrete jetty can ? bo cheaply constructed. There is a good site whereon to er- ect thc machinery, should in tho near future the construction of a sea wall from the pilct light tq E)lio or Beacon Point be contemplated with thc object of reclaiming all the mud flat thereby enclosed. No better site for the supply, of stone for such purposes could be íounó\"
PRESENT TO A PRELATE. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
PRESENT TO A PRELATE. BRISBANE, Wednesday. Upon the' occasion of the Jubilee celebrations of Archbishop Dunno some months ago, the members of tho laity of his diocese, who among- st others presented the Archbishop with an address, informed His Lord- ship that thoy were having a, carri- age built for him. This morning a deputation waited upon the Archbishop at his residence, Dara, when the Hon; A. J. Thynne, -M.L.D., presented the Archbishop with an elegant curriage.
SLAUGHTER HOUSE INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
SLAUGHTER HOUSE INSPEC- TION. At thc meeting of the Executive Council last week Mr. J. L. Touton "was appointed inspector of slaughter houses at Cairns, the appointment '-to take effect from January 1st, 1908. This will doubtless be re- ceived with approval by thc Cairns Ratepayers' Association, as the mat- ter is one that has engaged thc at- tention of that body for some con- fiéranle time.
ENGINEDRIVERS' CERTIFICATES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
ENGINEDRIVERS* CERTUTT CATES. t . ; Ás, the result of the recent exami- nation for. _"eng ne^drivcrs' certificates under thc Mining Act cf 1898, the following were awarded second-class ticliêts:-J. Butler, Chillagoe r. John Barr, nimbula ; S. W.. Morgan, Ir- vinebank ; J, T. Kidnor, Stannary Hills ; C. A. Nolan, Chillagoe,; and E. Manhion, Croydon.
A PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
A PRESENTATION. | aá¿¿Oi» -Tuesday' last Mrs. H. D. Ban ;¿W*Ú\¿J¡eas. ...presented by tho Sunday school teachers and members ot the .choir of St. John's with a handsome and useful souvenir as a token of the ? respect and esteem in which she was held. Mrs. 'Banwell left by the Wol Iowra yesterday for Townsville.