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THE O.N. BANK. HALF-YEARLY AUDIT. THE AUDITOR-GEN ERAL'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 March 1898

THE Q.N. BANK. HALF-i EARLY AUDIT. THE AUDITOR-GEN ERAL'S-RE '." : PORT. v. - . J The Auditor-General's report , on the. operations of the Q.N. Bank for the half year ended31st-December, states avery' careful -audit/- had - been made, and the securities and cash-? found to be'in- order. The report concludes as follows :-Ihavo read through all the minutes taken at'the. meeting of the Board during the last, half-year ; all advances have been brought under the notice of thc-. directors,: who give careful attention to the whole busi- ness of the Bank. The head office is now. being examined by the Bank's Inspectors. Thia is a much needed'reform, but these accounts have of late been.:so_ closely scrutinised that there can bc very little on any point to disci "er. I have closely examined every, item- of- interest taken to profit at the head office, and all such cases at the branches, as the Audit In- spectors thought should be inquired into. Every amount so taken was found to be justined, ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 March 1898

yCÄRS OF CLCf^ENTS : TONIC Droie it Away. Mr. «. Albert Ljons, (; WendoorM.'' Merton it. Albert Auric, Victoria, writes on Auge 8th, 1896:-I have ?suffered severely^from Dyspepsia for a number pf v/eàrsîand although I have acted upon medical advice, and takes Jargely of .specifics, alleged to bc cures for this, distressing malady, but from neither1 'sourced did" material relief come to ràe^'Âccently, however, I wa» reebmraended to take Clements Tonic. 1 did so, and almost instant relief followed ; after, taking a few bottles that irritating complaint was 1 driven away, and I am now in sounder bodily health, and more alert: and cheerful, mentally, than I have been , for many years.- I would strongly re- commend any person suffering from1 dyspepsia or any allied disorder to try i Clements Tonic-W. ALBERT LYONS. Witness.-C. J. Ham, J.P. ! >** /f»__^fL by «very Steamer lr*« the beat Marketa. VV * a»X \ W rC&n ariOflOCC Hams, Itacoii, Frosh Butter, Cli«so,l(olMOiiU,Oiilon«, /»...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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THE NELSON M'ILWRAITH CORRESPONDENCE. SIR THOMAS M'IL WRAITH'S DEFENCE. ATTACK ON SIR HUGH NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 March 1898

THE NELSON -M'ILWRAITH CORRESPONDENCE.' SIR THOMAS 5M'IL WRAITH'S v DEFENCE. ATTACK ON SIR HUGH NELSON. Sir Thomas Mcilwraith," writing from Paris on January 25, forwarded to the Brisbane * " Tetep-aph " for publication, : interesting correspondence between him - self i and-. Sir: Hugh Nelson. It embraces what is-evidently a, private letter, written by Sir Hugh Nelson to Sir Thomas M'llwraith on November.V27 -. last, »nd commencing " My- dear¿- M.'Ilwrnitji." Tho letter traverses; matters -in connec- tion with tho correspondence hetweeu the Government arid- tho lnvaatigation -Committee nn theQ.N. Bank affairs. Sir Hugh-.líelson, in his^etter. to Sir Thomas M'llwraith, said that he found - that all possible' capital was- being made by.tho Labor Party out bf the' situation, and some, of their own supporters Com- bined with "the Labor members to make it appear , that <the delay in .publishing the Investigating Committee's , report arose from, tho desire bf the: Government to...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN AUSTRALIA. Written expressly for the "Morning Post" [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 March 1898

: iDtmVERY OF GOLD IN AUSTRALIA.. BT W. S. DOWEL. [Late M.L.Ai for Tamworth, N.S.W.] j . Written expressly for the "Morning Post" : TÍe interesting and. valuable inform- ation cont uneil in a series of articles ; recently published in the Morning Pml , concerning the Hodgkinson Goldfields, should attract attention not only to !r this particular district, bot also to ",- ¡other parts of Queensland knawn t-i : be auriferous. Oflici»l record* state thal there are 62 proclaimed goldfield» ." irr the colony comprising an area of '." 17,732,040 aci ea, mid this area, va»t as it is, does not .embrace the whole of . the known auriferous poi Mons pf th«* country.. The first discovery of g kl in ' Queensland was-nude iii .1865 in the Central Division' of the colony at a place called Cannons. The finding of the precious met.l at such a great, di* ,- tance from any previou>ly proved - auriferous ere», and in a part of the ?- continent little known to any bot the - explorer, was an important ...

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NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 March 1898

NOTES AND NOTICES. The District Court opens in Cairns on 21th instant. -1 : Don't forget the Cairns cricketers ball to be held on St. Patrick's n:gbt. Mrs Pedersen'! great clearing-out auction sale on Friday al,d Saturday, 18th and 19th March. Mr John Cairns auctioneer. Mr M. Spillane, of the Post Office Hotel, who ha* be*u seriously ill in Townvilleis now mending rapidly. . .-.,<* A social and dance-will be held at the lUeaooncae HoteUo Mulgrave road, on Saturday evening kat~ 8Y £B». A cordial 'welcome ii extendel to tho publie, Athletic j «ports will I* held at Port Douglas on Sf. Patrick's Day, March 17th next. The Port Douglas Handicap is worth £13, aud á splendid days sport is assured. ; Messrs E. Henriques and J. G. Fearnley have been selected by the Cairns representa- tives of ;. Fiie ; Insurance Compauiej to represent' them in the Fire Brigade Board. Rev. M, Wood» hag invited the whole of thc member* of the Church Lui« Brigade and the Church Girls Ono with their p...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 March 1898

:E"W~IS, WHOLESALE COFFEE MERCHANT. GROWN AND MANUFACTURED BY D. R. LEWIS, MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, .?. QUEENSLAND*. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE ? TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND - YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. SOLD IN Mb. TINS, and No 2 IN 21b. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Resident» of Caima, Mareeba, Herberton, Montalbion, CaUfonu Creek, The Tate, tad ? settlers generally shunld ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other. Try One Tin ss an experiment. : The grower and manufacturer pledges hi» word that there ia uo better matared orfjparer . . . Coffee tn the-world than Agent for GERALDTON :-M. KOLAR. i:W. F.,WME,;Sole: Agent tor ROCK HAMPTON ; AU Storekeepers to npplyto him. B.P. * CO.Jre Agents for thc Above at . all their Branches. LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. MRS. S. BYRNE CRITCRION V H0T?L ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. ÏINDLY* note and remember that MKS. S. BYRNE, late of the Greaham Hotel" Abbott ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 10 March 1898

£100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. DOCGAL'S REGISTERED LIST. CONTAINING NAMES of 20,000' y Families , advertised ; for, to claim property ead money since: 1700. Price la 6d, .post' free 2s. . Every man and woman should buy this book, as instruc- tions- are given how to recover property from Chancery. D0UGAX-'SrCO.71!2, Strand, London, England. Established 1854. A fortune may await you. i ? This book eau noir .ho obtained from WY C. Rigby, Adelaide ; Gordon and Gotch, Melbourne and Brisbane ; Geo. Robertson & Co., Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Bria liane. . ? lilGESTIVE, Palatable »nd Refreshing, ll KANDY KOOLA CEYLON TEA. Uh and Ub tina. BURNS, PHILP £ 00T.,Ltd., - . . I

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THE ULAM RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

THE ULAM RUSH. . The goldfields warden at Rock- hampton wires to the Under Secre- tary for Mines, under date 4th iust., thus:-"The Mining Registrar (Mr Phillips), who is now inspecting the new find at Ulaoi, reports ver}' un- favourably. Please let it be known that so far as can be ascertained the gold find was only a patch, and does not extend far, and the water is fast drying up"

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

NEVER FELT RETTER! A Lot of Medicine 1H to Me Pwjtii. CLEMENTS TO HIC Mr W. H. Peterson, SlguatMet, West mtMStoad. HewSoath Wtvle», writes on August 11th, 1896:-I am pleated to say something in praise of Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pills. I frequently had pains in wy stomach, caused by indigestion. I took n lot of medicine, but afl to no purpose. Reading one of your advertisements, I decided to give Clements Tonic a trial, and bought two large bottle» and one box of Dr. Fletcher's Pills, and followad the direc- tions and soon felt better. It is now over six months since I felt any pain ; I can eat without any inconvenience, and never felt better ni my life.-Yours, &c , w. H. PETERSON;

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

-? ARRIVALS. March 10.-Cintra, s, Captain J. E. Butcher, from Southern ports. Passen- gers, Mesdames Keatly and two children Ellis, Coucher, Misses C. J. Wright, Cuddihy, Mitchell, Coucher, Messss Moore, J. W. Mott, E. R. Beadmore, Shallman, A. Wriede, Keatly, McDonald, G. P. Ellis, Coucher, F. Manning, "Cap- tain Evans " and eight in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. March 10.-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clark, from Townsville,via ports. Passen-1 gera : Mr N. Farrel and 7 in the steerage. Burns Phillip and Co., agents. March 10.-Bullara, s, Captain Berg, from Southern ports. Mesdames Davids and two children, Brazier and two child- ren, Messrs A. McElineet, W. H. Craig, R. McKenzie, J. Fry, M. Griffith, Craven. J. G. Fearnley agent. March 10.-Kingswear, s, Captain Robinson, from Maryborough. Captain agent. March 10.-Wakefield, s, Captain T. Freeman, from Geraldton. J G Fearnley, agent. March 19.- Lass O'Gowrie Captain Mc Kenzie [from Townsville. Passengers Messrs Smith and Ho...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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CATRNS FIRE [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

** c*iimirie¿ MsAoc ' A meeting waa held at Messrs B."8turt & Co.'a office on Wednesday, 15th March. Present-His Worship the Mayor (in the chair), Messrs Stafford, Le Vaux, Fearnley, Henrique«, Super- intendent W. K. Boden, and theJSocrc tary, Mr R. Sturt. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The inward correspondence waa read and received, and the outward confirmed. The report and balance sheet were read and adopted. Accounts to the amount of J6B2 4s Sd were passed for payment. It was resolved on the motion of Mr Le Vaux to ask the Municipal Council to reply to a letter of loth May last in reference to sinking spear pumpa at intersection of various streets. Mr -W. H. Howden was ro-elected as Superintendent for ensuing year. Mr B. Sturt was re-appointed as Secre- tary and Acting-superintendent. lit was resolved to have wet drills in the afternoon instead of night-tune. Orders were given to acquire two lengths of hose, each 50 feet, from Lon- don. The ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

DErARTtTRES. March 12.-Cintra, s, Captain J. E. Butcher, for Cooktown via Port Douglas. Passengers : Messrs McC. Park, Moon, Grimes. W. Luke, Sutherland, and 13 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. March 9.-Lass O'Gowrie, s, Captain McKenzie, for Townsville, via ports. Passengers : Mesdames McDonnell, Stew- art, Byers and four children, Messrs P. J. Bowlny, Bugtxcm, J. Stewart Wm Fitzgerald, McDonnell, J". J. Bren, and 11 in the steerage. Walsh and Co., agents. March 3.-Naiad s, Captain Corbett, for Port Douglas. Walsh and Co., agents. March 9.-Naiad, s, Captain Corbett, for Townsville via ports. Walsh and Co., agents. March IL-Palmer, s, captain A. J. Clark, for Townsville via ports. Passen- gers : Mrs R. Burns, Mise Woolmer, and 12 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. March, 11.-Cintra s, Captain J. E. Butcher, for Cooktown via Port Douglas. Passengers: Mrs Archibald, Messrs Meyers, Archibald, J. D. Johnstone, 0. Walsh, W. White, N. Mehan, Captain Rodgers, and ...

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MOVEMEKTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

MOVEMEKTS. The Palmer, s, from Townavillle via ports is due this morning and will have prompt despatch for the South. The Lass O'Gowrie s. is due from Townsville via ports on Wednesday morn- ing and will leave again on the return lnpitia.ni:. *. ._!__«_».--'- - «---? ?*-? The Naiad a, from Townsville via-ports ia due on Wednesday and will leave again for Port Douglas. The Chingtu s, for Hongkong via ports leaves Sydney on the 24th inst. The Wakefield s, with the lighter Avon in tow is due to day. The C.S.R. Co's steamer Fiona is due shortly from the South, with machinery for Hambledon. The Aramac s, with the weekly mail from the South, is due this morning. The Kingswear, s, arrived from Mary- borough on Wednesday with coal for the Railway Department. The Arawatta, s, leaves Brisbane on Saturday for Northern ports. The Airlie, s, from China ports, is due on or about the 22nd inst. The Duke of Devonshire, Q-R.M.S. - from Brisbane for London via ports, is due here.on or about the 21st ...

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TUESDAY, 15TH MARCH. (Before B. R. Stafford Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

TUESDAY, IJTH MARCH. (Before B. E. Stafford Esq., P.M.) The cases against Lee Yan and seven others Chinamen for having opium in their possession were withdrawn by the police. The following were fined is and costs 3s 6d for breach of the Stock Returns Act :-John Mitchell, Frank Thumm, S. T. Wal'ser, Jas. Walker, J. Goodfellow, W. Rushworth. A slaughtering license was granted to Joseph Cannon, of Lower Crossing, Mr'g.-ave.

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MONDAY, 14TH MARCH. (Before B. R. Stafford Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

MONDAY, I-JTH MARCH. (Before B. R. Stafford Esq.., P.M.) Michael O'connell was fined 5s for drunken, ness.

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Tides. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

Tides. The following list of the approxi- mate state of the tides at the Fairway Buoy is furnished by Mr Pilot Dick- son: A.M. P.M. H. M. ft. in. H. M. Mar. 16 5 20 20 6 5 30 17 6 0 21 0 G 10 18 6 40 21 6 6 SO 19 7 20 21 9 7 30 20 8 0 22 0 9 10 21 8 40 22 3 8 50 22 920 22 0 7 30 ft. in. 17 6 18 0 18 6 19 0 19 3 19 6 19 9

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FRIDAY, 11TH MARCH. (Before B. R. Stafford Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

FRIDAY, IITH MARCH. (Before B. IS. SUfford Esq., P.M.) John Kenny was fined js for drunkenness. David Casey met with a similar fate.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

IMÉrVSpecud Reserve Whisky ?haslet 15 years old Special Reserve Whisky JaaaVaa 12 years old Glen Lion Whisky Ken» Da Sesttltts Pale Brand) lNrUn'k XXX Sparkling Ale ia Octaves, quarters and cases WAtsa it Co, Cairns and Port Douglas, Mareeba and Mossman. USE ONLY "MYOLA oorriis Grown at Myola, near Barron Falls f Cairns, N.Q. ' T , The Registered Brand is an Alligator. ? WALSH & Co., SOLE AIJENTF. !&.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

A.Ü.S.N. J30., Ltd. .ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE. THE Steamers of the above Company are intended to sail as under : Townsville^ Bowen , Mackai Bampton 'Gladstone .Bundaberg 'Maryborough ' ASAMAC, Brisbane Sydney) "" / 19th Melbourne ÎAdelaide, Albany Freemantle ! Geraldton Cossack, and other West Australian ports ' Geraldton "V Mourilyan I Cardwell I PALMER, Dungeness J Townsville | TO-DAY Port Douglas ^ Cooktown I ARAMAC, ÎThursday island I ¿Normanton j TO-DAY .Transhipping n Keppel Bay. ÍTranshipping at Cooktown. §Transhipping at Melbourne. Vor further particulars apply to .BURNS, PHILP & CO., LIMITED, Agents.

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[?] MARCH. (Before B. R. Stafford Eaq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

^Before B. R. Stafford Kaq., P.M.) ' Suzuku alias Sakime (Japanese) was re- manded for 8 days on a charge of disobeying a summons at Thursday Island for sly grog sell- ing. Bail was allowed, se'f ¿30, and one surety ^30.

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