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BAD FOR WOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
BAD FOR WOODS. £ Thc long-suffering Labpritcs of Woo ..flhal&ta arc going to mate a deter- mined effort to shift Mick Woods this iricction (says thc "Wörter"). Mic!; , played it low down on many of the . straight-goers up there six months . ago, deluding them into the belie! that he was tho endorsed Labor can- didate, but the game won't woik this time. The Herberton and C'biS ïagoe organisations arc in thc field for his scalp, and Mick stands an cx . cellent chance of treading a path of Vain' regrets to thc politician's Hades -tho bottom of the poll.
CANADA RETALIATES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
CANADA RETALIATES. LONDON, Wednesday. The comments- of thc Ministerial press at Ottawa tend tc confirm the first report that the intention of tho Dominion in deciding to withdraw the subsidy paid to the lino af stea- mers to Australia was to retaliate against the tariff. The Toronto' " Gloljc " declares that the giving a bonu-s td a steam- ship line to Australia, where the cost of passing the Custom House exceeds the cost of a voyage round the world was too palpably illogical for the Canadian policy.* The paper adds that it would lie a foolish act to j>a.v simultaneously to get goods in and to.keep. thcm. ¿ut._
REVOLUTION IN PERSIA. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
REVOLUTION IN PERSIA. LONDON.. Wednesday. Over 1000 roughs haw joined the reactionaries of Teheran and they have committed tevcral murders. Ten thousand Nationalists have er- ected barricades for a distance of a mile round thc Parliamentary Build- ings. Thc Shah has sent two of his cour- tiers suggesting an adjustment of thc trouble but the Parliament's re- ply was a demand for the exile of two of thc reactionary ringleaders, j
SPORTING THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
SPORTING ; THE TURF - j Homeowners and others. are*" re liininded. that acceptances for. Hie |Oairns-Mulgravc- J.Q;.'; ihandicaiw- are due to-morrow". ' * '. \i . v.-.-' ? ;« . i.i-.j:.,;,--ç , . ? ' . , &lt; . 'i i í t ¡. :&lt; . Orcus, thc high-priced brother to Poseidon," who has recently 'been put into training at Î-* Randwick), : is not among thc acceptors for the A..J.C December Stakes, but he has been en- tered for tho Nursery Handicap,, to bc run tho same day. [ A meeting of thc committee of the Cairns-Mulgrave Jockey Club : was 'hcln at Hides' Hotel Inst evening, I when there were prêtent, Messrs J. I Lyon (Chair), A. H. Clarke, E. Car- penter, J. Earl, E. Drewc, and'It. T. McManus (Secretary). A large am- ount of correspondence of an unim- portant nature was dealt with, theie j being no business arising therefrom. ! The matter of arranging for a special train from Kurnnda during tho Xnins 'holiday's to enable visitors to nttonft t!ic Boxing Bay meeting was ...
DEATH OF A SCIENTIST LORD KELVIN. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
.*VKÎ"V.TW. OP .A .-- fc.QTP.MTI.RT LÓR.B KELVIN. LONDON, Wednesday. Tho death is nnnounced of Lord Kelvin. ' -- (One of the leading scientists of thc day, Baron William Thomson Kelvin, wag bom in Belfast, Ireland, in 1824, and was educated at the Glasgow University and St. Peter's College, Cambridge. Was connected with the laying of all the great Trans-Atlantic cables. Occupied some of the highest positions in the world of science, and was decorated by nearly all the crowned heads of Europe. Published a large number of scientific works and addresses on various subjects.)
BRITAIN'S PEFENCE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
BUTT ATV S DEFENCE. LONDON, Wednesday. The Rt. Hon, F. B. Haldane, Minis- ter for War, speaking nt Hanley, said the time might come when it would not be so easy as to-day to command a "two-power standard- navy, Ger- many has a population of nearly six- ty millions to our -14 millions, and the United States will soon have a l-opulatlon of Î00 millions. It was very hard for us»»with 44 millions, to maintain a \ two-power standard against two nations with a combined . population of 160 millions. We may not bc able in the days to come to depend wholly and absolutely on a navy with, the f completeness of to- day, and should that time arrive it will bo on our home defence wo shall have to rest our iruetj
ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
'ASSOCIATION MEETING. A meeting of the Cairns District Cricket i Association was J hold last lemoning when there: were ', 'present. Hcssrs. H. V. Hannam (chair) J, Walton and Pi Pease: (vice-presidents) James (Casuals), Paisley. (Occiden- tals), Marks, and the- Secretary 4Mr. Woodward). ' Arrangements were completed Xor tho proposed Christ- mas and1 Boxing Bay matches, play to commence each day at '9.30 a.m. i'Messrs. H. Hannam and -P. Peasa I were appointed umpires, it was de Icided that the Association's regular fixtures bc resumed on Satusday 41U I January, The teams to competo on j tlie 21st ihstaot are as follows :. I No. 1 team.-G. Archibald, A. Atkin soni J. C. Browne, W. Collins, W.. Crouch, . W. Forbes, J. Holliman, E. Irving,. J. James, D. Lewis, V. B. Marks. . No. 2 team.-E. Aumuller, C. Beames, A. Clegg, L,.Draper, P, Gelling, C. Handley, D. Leary. E. S. Mann,. A. W. McManis, O. Oxley, WT Walsh. Emergencies ; O. Whittick1, P. Simmonds. H. Focarty.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
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PACIFIC FLEET DEPARTS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
PACIFIC FLEET DEPARTS. LONDON, Tuesday. Prcsidene Roosevelt, on board the Presidential yacht Mayflower, review- ed Admiral Evans- Pacific fleet, and led it out of the bay amid mighty volleys and strains of music. Thc spectacle was highly impressive. Thc "Times" says President Roose- velt's enthusiasm is thoroughly Brit- ish in being leavened with strong practical . commonsense aod solid practical aims. Tho cruisei the "Times" adds, is a demonstration of his views expounded in his latest message to Congress. Tho "Times" is confident he has taken measures to defeat any attempts ty Labour poli- ticians to türn the fleet's visit to ;the Pacific ports into a dangerous dem- onstration.
EPISCOPAL APPOINTMENT. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
EPISCOPAL APPOINTMENT. LONDON, Tuesday. Dean Ridgeway has been appointed j Bishop of Chichester. (The Rev. Charles ¡John Ridgeway was Prebendary of St. Paul's Cath- edral ( Vicar of Christ Church, Lan- caster Gate, since 1884 ; Rural Dean of Paddington 1901 r, also Commiss- ary of the Archbishop of Capetown and Bishop of N'crth China. Thc new Bishop is thc author of a num- ber of religious bocfes).
CANADA AND GERMANY. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 19 December 1907
, CANADA;,:AND GERMANY. LONDON, Tuesday. I Mr; Patterson,,, Minister for Cus toms,>-.spcakiiig. in tho Dominion House . of ; Commons, stated that, the Canadian ^Government ..were taking i steps to prevent German' goods ent- ering Canada through - langland and sold under British preference. :,