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EXPORTS. Ex GLANWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 June 1885

EXPOBTS. Ex GLANWORTH. I Sousîgued to Hobson, Draper and Co.-100 cases sky. Miscellaneous.-2 kejjs batter. 7 ¡-cases fruit, 2 cases class, 1 mirror. 1 steam pump, 1 box fitting, 3 parcel*) books, 1 bun dla sails and mast, 20 cases acid. 1 ewe plants, I ca.-*, SI cases wine, 4 cases fruit, 1 parcel, I case crockery, 5 cotes s milnes. 2 cases opium l£26 each), 3 cases sundries, 1 bundle bata, 1 cass blankets, 4 caaes' oil, 2 caves soy, 3 coses ?mace, 1 case rice flour, 1 bucket cabbage.-ll urn*, Philp and Co., agents. ¿ _ ?. _ Ex KATOOMBA. Consigned to H. Salür, Herberton.-! package tobacco, 3 boxes tobacco, 3 cases merchandise. Consigned to A. Taylor.-14 bores glass, 1 curring machine, 2 bandied, 1 wheel. Consigaed to Burns, Philp and Co.-i kegs butter, .0 boxes soap, Ceases grindstones, 1 case saddle irons, I case hnverie, 1 case picks, 1 case popper, 1 case a ere han ilise, 1 case vestas, 2 bugs peas, 3 boxes aioscu tells,5 cases salt,5cases fruit,lease sauce, 1 bondie leather, 2 m...

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 June 1885

DEPASTURES. Jone ll.-Glanworth, sj., Capt. Lee, for Cooktown. Passengers-Inspector Isley, Ah Lee Ten, and'S in steerage. June 14.-Glanworth, s.s.. Capt. Lee, for Brisbane, ria ports. Passengers-Miss Limy, Messrs. P. Brown, Binks, and 4 in steerage. June 15.-Katoomba, »j.. Capt. Armstrong, for Melbourne, via Port Douglas, Brisbane, and ports. Passengers-Mrs. Parker, Miss Parker. Miss MTag rett, Messrs. W. A. Tully, R. D. Willow, Parker, Jïaster Parker, and 2 in steerage. June 15.-De Bay, SJ.. Capt. J.J. Lee for Brisbane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 June 1885

"Tl (V POST," A WEEKLY JOUBNAL, PUBLISHED EVEEY THURSDAY MORNING. The CAIRNS POST affords an excellent uiedîmu, both to Local and Southern Adver- tisers, being widely circulated throughout the Colonies, especially Brisbane. Towns- ville, Wild Biver, Goldsborough, George- town, Ingham, Mackay, Cooktown, Charters Towers, Port Douglas, and Geraldton dis- tricts. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION NORTH OF TOWNSVILLE. Oaaraalaai 700 Caalss Each IS MM. Priceä-Paid in advance, 21s per annum ; Os Od per quarter ; Booked, ¿tis per annum. ADVEETISEMENTS : One Inch (eight lines') ... ... -í 0 Every Subsequent Inch. £ 0 Special terms for three, six, and twelve months. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING mum a 8>» m»»tti, AT LOWEST BATES, AND EQUAL TO SOUTHERN SPECIMENS. Especial care and attention wiU be given to this branch, while promptness can always be reiltd upon. - The plant contains aU the latest American and English type novelties, as well as the most improved stearn machinery. WALL, ALLEN AND CO., ...

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New Timber Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 June 1885

New Timber Regulations. ! A SPECIAL GAZETTE hos been issued ! rescinding the timber regulations issued | ora the 25th March last, and substitut- ing others. ¿(The following clauses contain the principal alterations that hare been made: ~v-¡. Licenses. i G. Licenses shall be of four kinds : ti1. Ordinary licenses to cut timber and remove it in log-which are .-'i. of two kiuds, personal licenses £t aud employers'licenses. 2. Special licenses. ;-. 3. Licenses to cut and split slabs, fencing stuff, or shingles. i. Licenses to cut firewood or strip wattle bark for sale or to burn t. charcoal. Conditions of employer's license. 23. The conditions of an employer's cense are as follows:-The licensee mst endorse on the license the name of the person intended to be employed by him under thc license ;' and the per- son whose name is so endorsed thereon for thc time being will be the person autbonmnl to met under the authority of the license. Whenever the licensee desires to change the person em...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 June 1885

Local Items. Customs revenue for the fortnight ending June 13,1885, £454 2s Sd; ditto, ISSI, £370 äs ld. Increase, £84 Os 7d. The weather during the last two days has i shown sighs of clearing up, the watery sty to which we have been so long accustomed having disappeared. The following is the I rainfall for the past week :-June ll, 0 52 ; 12tb, 0-47; 13th, 0-20; 14th, 0-42; 15th, 0 30; 16th, 0-64; 17th, nil. Total, 255in. We have received letters from several of the settlers on the Bussell Biver who com- plain of the dangerous condition of the roads in their district. The continued wet, which is most unusual at this time of the year, renders it impossible for the Divisional Board to effect a remedy for the present, but some steps should ba taken as soon as the weather clears up to make the roads. She steamship De Bay, 1080 tons. Captain Lee master, anchored off the Fairway Buoy on Monday morning, discharging a large consignment of rice and other sundry goods. The De Bay is owned by ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 June 1885

>EW SOUTH WALES. S YDS ET, June 15. Thomas Evans, a railway employee at Dubbo, waa run over by a twin on Saturday night and literally cut to pieces. It is anticipated that the troopship Arab with tue contingent aboard will arrive on Saturday night or Sunday morning. Arrangements have been made for the Arab going direct into the quarantine station, where she will be detained for thc least possible time. The sick will be landed there, and the healthy overhauled. The ship will be fumigated and cleansed, and should everything proceed satisfactorily the official landing of the contingent will take puce at noon on Tuesday. June 16. At the Central Criminal Court lately seven men were convicted of rape and sentenced to death. At a meeting of the Executive to-day it was decided, with regard to five of the prisoners, named respective! v Bobert Loyard, David Weir, E. Hemwood, Michael Ryan, and George Scvsnour, that ti>.c sentence be commuted to ten years imprisonment with two floggings e...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 June 1885

*£||c <Çatrn^ post. THURSDAY, JÜXE 18, 18S5. Guaranteed 700 Copien Weekly. Ix a late issue wc referred to the ine- quality iii which public money ia spent. Fund« are squandered in a variety of ways, for even log-n»U>ng >. not quite Wt au end yet, but the Northern Divisional Boards are treated very badly indeed. No matter how much they economise to make both ends meet, still they have deficits staring them, in the face. The present subsidy is not sufficient, and it is tune that the Ministrv looked this fairly in the face. The Northern Boards have themselves to blame pretty much, for had they joiutly made a proper repre- sentation of the state of existing things there would be a remedy, but public bodies are slow to move. The grant of £2 to £1 for rates collected is not sufficient. How are we in the North to keep conmumcation with each other j over such an area with the paltry sum ; allowed? Instead of allowing u» what is now granted it ought to be quad- rupled, and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 18 June 1885

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM I NAV!GATION_COMPANY. rjlHE Company's Steamers leave this pori EVERY THUESDAY FOE NORTHERX PORTS,. . ailll : EVERY SATTJEPAY EVENING FOE ] SOUTHERN POETS. For Fares and Kates of Freight, apply at | tue CouiDany's own OSiee, at Wharf. BÜENS, THILP and CO. (LIMITÍD), ] :?':'.'?'.-?:. ' Ag-ents. Incorporated under " The Companies Act,-' j BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital ... ... j£l,000,000 Paid-up Capital ... ... 500,000 Reserve Fund ' ... ..... 185,000 Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates. Drafts issued on Head Office, Branches and Agents. Advances made against Tin and other Produce, and all other usual hanking business transacted. . WM. CHAS. SMITH, . Manager, Cairns Brandi. " rjlHE HERBERTON ADVERTISER." A Bi-weekly îîewspapei-, published on j Wednesdays and Saturdays.. Terms-10s per quarter, or J£2 annually, in advance. Thc " Advertiser " has a large circulation, and cl...

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The Girl on the Roof. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

Thc Girl on the Roof. ' ' FIHE ! Fire ! Fire ! " Assuredly it isa most alarming cry. The farmer and his wife jumped out of bed; the summer hoarders appeared at the windows with night-caps, or without. The hired men rushed out of the barn roaring "Help!" at the top of their voices, and everybody knew in five minutes that the Widow Duuhain's cottage was in a blaze "Happily- there is no one at home," said one of the boarders. "Mrs. Dunham luis gone to visit her son, and, I suppose, ¡he took her daughter with her. If we MIX get the parlor things out for her, 1 hall be so 'glad. I should think the .uen might get out the parlor things." The men were already hard at work. They had forced open the long front miters, and were bringing out the .. ufcling little upright piano. They went ' . ck again for the green rep sofa and : chairs, the portraits of the late Mr. ¡J inluim and of Mrs. Dunham in her youth; in fiet, the first floor was nearly emptied of all its belongings-the fire had apparent...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

! VICTORIA. i MKXBOUKXK, June 22. ¡ Amy Hart, domestic servant, was committed for trial at the City Court j on Saturday ou the charge of murder- ing her illegitimate child in April last, lat Ea*t Melbourne. The prisoner's sisters said that prisoner had admitted I having disposed of a male child, by the same father, shortly before by abandon- ing it. The defence was, that the child , was .boru unexpectedly, and before I assistance could be procured. On Saturday afternoon a Matinee ; was ' held at the Theatre Boyal in aid I of the Gordon Memorial Fund, realis- ing £210. Thc fund is rapidly reach I ¡ug "the £3009 required tor the pro- posed statue. June 23. The Kev. G. A. Dowie waa sentenced to seven days imprisonment at the Fitzroy Poliee Court to-day ; for de- fault of paying a fine of £20 aud costs imposed on him in May last for a breach of the procession bye-laws. Mr. Dowie recently served a month's imprisonment for a similar offence. June 23. The debate on the Address in Reply was...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

AVCELAS», J une ïi A dreadful tragedy occurred near Omaru, where a youth named White shot a girl named Paterson, and after- wards committed suicide.

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

Our Neighbours. [FROM ora owsr CORRESPONDENTS.] HEBBEBTON. June 19. A, COMPLETE change ha» taten placo in the weather since Monday, it being now fine and even hot during the day. Bound about Herberton the grass ia green and in fair quantity, but it is said the contrary exists outside, and inconvenience is being ex- perienced at some of the centres for the want of water for drinking and other pur- poses. I believe, however, there will be considerable more rain, and it is to be hoped that if it come it will be more general. I note that the £500 grant for the Cairns road, procured at the instance of Mr. Mac- leod, has arrived, but from what I hear from packers the amount will not go far enough by a long way. About a couple of thousand pounds would admit of several parties being simultaneously employed along the route and the scrub widened. 1 hear the track would be passable until the next season," when another grant would bo necessary. Be railway matters, I have arrived at the conclusi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

Hyciml Coli APLIN, BROWN AND CO., LIMITED, TOWNSVILLE:'"" THE above Company intend running a a Steamer between Townsville, Dun- geness, Cardwell, Mourilyan Harboar, and Johnstone Elver, leaving Townsville every Monday, arriving at Cairns on Wednesday afternoon. For Fares and Freights apply" to BTTKNS, PHILP and CO., ; f Agents. EDITHVALE AND SWALLOW'S '. ? .WHARF. The s. s. ZEDS will leave the wharf ¡ every Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday at ll o.m.. returning at 3 pan- sharp. Leaving the Wharf on Fridays at 7 o'cloet. All freights must be paid hy shippers. Alley's coach will meet the steamer at Edithvale on Tuesday's and Saturday's. Full particulars on application to HOBSON, DRAPER AND CO,, Agents. JJUSSELL and MULGRAVE RIYEBS. The s.s. ZEUS will, from this date, make MONTHLY TRIPS to the Bussell River, commencing on SATURDAY; the 27th inst. For freight and passage apply HOBSON, DKAPEK and CO.. Agents. BED. T. WIMBLE, AUCTIONEER, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. Reliable Valuations made, and R...

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

PHASES OP THE Moos. d. h. tu. Last Quar 6 10J0a.ni New Moon 14 8.47a.m Apogee, 1st, 10a.m. d. h. m. I First Q'r 19 ll.53p.ui F'llMoon27 9.23a.m ¡ Perigee, 14th, 2 a.m;

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APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE MONTH ENDING JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

APPROXIMATE TIMES OP HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOB THE MONTH ENDING JUXT 22. ! .S Sorninif. Aft'rnoon! u sa j - - .5 Moruinir. ¡Aft'nioon 10 -x 11 IS ll 58

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IMPOSTS. EX FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

IMPOSTS'. EX FlTZSOT. ; . . ? I Consigned to Anderson and M*Coombe.-3 bales hay, 2 ko.::» lintier, 2 bags ouione. Consigned to Bums, Philp awl Co.-50 cases brandy, I i-cask do, 1 case cartridges, 1 kej powder, 5 boxes ¡Troceri ea. Miscellaneous..-1 \xf¿ onions. X IMK anndrie«, 1 '.xiíiket tools, 2 cásea, 1 do çlaaswu.re, tl «lo aundxies, 1 .lo drags, 1 trunk boots, 1 parcel, 4 cases fruit, 2 \ chests tea, 1 case sundries.-Uums, Philp and Co., asent3» Ex "WKNTWOHTH. Consigned to Hobson, Draper and Co.-30 boxes Consigned to Richardson and Co.-15 bugs pota ** es, 2 bales hugs. - Consigned to Burns, Philp and Co.-400 J-bags -ur, 56 do bran, SO do coal, 1 cuso bacon. Consigned to A. Taylor and Co.-0 cases galvanised an, 4 kegs white lend, 3 drums spikes, 1 cask ?^rthenware, 4 kegs red lead, 1 CJSIC zinc, 1 do resin, " cases hardware, 2 casks do, 1 case ases, 1 bundle t..rn, 1 box fittings, 2coils rope, 1 bundle brooms, 1 ; i oakum, 1 box tin plates, 1 do glass, 1 nest trunks, 1 coils wir...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

Birth.     INNES.-June 2-t, at his residence, Cairns, the wife of W. Innes, of a son. Marriage. SMITH - HARDING. - At St. James' Church, Townsville, by the Right Rev. Bishop Stanton, Alfred A. Smith, of Cairns, to Amy, second daughter of Ernest A. Harding, Esq., of Clapham, London.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. ' AGtHXBAL MEETING of th« Hess bsrs of the -bore Board will be held j at tb* Divisional Hall, on WEDNESDAY | NEXT. July 1.IS», at 2 o'clock p.m. By order, . J. A. BUNTINO, - Clerk of tlie Board. TRANSMISSION BT DEATH: REAL PROPERTY ACT OF 1S61 AND | 1S77. NOTICE ia hereby giren that application baa beta made for the Rejristratioa of I Tram min ioa of Titi« to the laud hereinafter j mentioned. Particulars of such application 1 are given belo cr, and any persa» deairing ta I opposa must do so by lodging s Caveat at j my oficc OB or before the day specified : 1 Name" of áfeesaedv Pr^rfctor/- Joba I Tbumas Chamberlain, late of Charlestown," I accountant. Date of Death.-4th Jone. 1878. Nasas of OiisaMfc-^stnrrin» CraU. ot1 I Brisbane, wife af W. P. Crate, watehmaaer. Description and 8ituatio« of lavad.-Allot- ] I nant il, section 7, town of Cairas. I Estate Claimed to bs Tr-s-aittad -Fee- j i»fy"a rarrirsssrs ,'sfWfll or Otaiisi-.-J I adauaist-wtriz. Date witbia ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

WSW SOUTH VALES. SïDSEr, June 20. Major-General Scratchlcy, left here on Thursday afternoon fur Wellington His vobject in goiug to New Zealand is to consult with thc Government of that colony relative to matters connected with 5few Guinea, lie expects to return to Syduey early in July.- During his .tay in Sydney Major-General Scratch ley finally completed arrangement» tor chartering the A.S.N. COB steamer Governor Blackall for service in Kew Viv"*** ».».».. that vo-»ol will "0 into dock for rena.«, lt ¡a expected -he will be ready for am br tbs cud of July, about which dato'Major-General Scratehley leaves for New Guinea, where be will remain for several months, in order to place matters connected with the protectorate on some perman- ent'basis. A man named Frederick Hennings was run orer and killed by a tram car in Crown-street, Surry Hills, late on Friday night. The deceased waa at- tempting to alight from the tram whilst in motion, but bis foot haviug missed be fell under the whee...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 25 June 1885

Oar Brisbane Letter. (taos oem OWN cómaiwÁráDÚT.) Mon of the Ministry are up north now, so we have no political rumours' down here to send you. It is said that some of the silent majority are rebel- lious, and threaten to join the Opposi- tion when Parliament meets, but I believe this is all talk, and that they will be squared before then. At all events in another three weeks we shall know what they are going to do. The South Australian loan has been iuated at . bi» fi ????«*? * l',VV-~T*-r ** mm <»ni mnrr tnnii ours,and five times the amount asked for being offered; but then there was not another £7,500,00) of the South Australian loan to follow as there is of,ours.' Our loan too was probably daasaged by the publication in the London papers, just when it waa offered, of the Treasurer's, speech, made when introducing the Loan Bill, in which he spoke of the necessity for the Government to keep large balances in the bank in order that they might be able, by landing it out, ...

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