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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. SroHET, Wed. The New South Wales Parliament is summonsed for 5th April. This is soouer than anticipated ; thcio will be eaily dissolution so as to avoid expense of both Federal Referendum and general election polls being taken at the same time. It is expected that both event« will take place at the end of May or begin- ning of June. The French steamer Ville de ex Crotal from Nonmea brought 24 sailors from the ship .' Fallt of Garry " and 8 from the Barque "Pro I fes.«or " which were driven sahore in I tk« rioaut hurricane. Endeavor« are being made at Noumea, to float the vessels. The crew of " Falls of Garry " were in the rigging all through the night of the hurricane and were rescued by a boat after the hurricane abated.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
(Before Mr B. R. Staftord,P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

(Before Mr B. R. Staftord)"P.V.) ¿>jck,alias Ralph (an Afrieati) waa chaajrT with being', drunk and was "discharged after beta*, «aationed. The charges against Lee Ya*-aast j a*k*r Chinatpcn<lor unlawfully having opium in their possession .were further adjourned for eight days. The following were charged under ll.e Stock Act, with'failing to complete and 'return the annual returns of stock owned by them and in each instance were fined is and 3s Gd costs. " Ah Tong, J. Bildekirk, P. J. Howley, Mrs Hides, Mrs Kearn, ~W. J. Munro, Lee Yan, C. Walsh. Slaughtering licenses were granted to W. -H. Collinson and ¿Ah Tong. James Ireland was (on remand) charged with larceny of a brooch of the value of 35s by finding the same. The defendant acknowledged having picked the brooch* up in the Court House Hotel, I (where it had been dropped by Miss Kearn) and selling it. He was sentenced to 7 days imprisonment, I but discharged on his entering into a bond of j JE20 to bejpf jjood__beh...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed, The Englishmen won the cricket match against Victoria by 7 wioksts.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Cairns Divisional Board «as held on Friday, nth inst. Present Messrs W. J. Munro (Chairman), C. S. S. Ross, T- Maikey, and W. D. Hobson. The minutes of-the previous meet- ing were read and corawrned. CORRESPONDENCE. The outward' correspoadence was read and coafirmed, and the inward was read and received^ Mr J. R. Adrain, wrote (forwarding testimonials re piano tuning with re- ference to the apphcatieevlfor hiring the hall. Mr Mackey moved, and Mr Rois sccqnded, and it was carried, " That the- Hall be let to Mr Adrian for teaching music on the following" terms-that the Board's piano be put and left in good order, that the Hall be available at all times for other engagements, and that a rental of 5s per week be paid." Re insurance on Tramway buildings, it was agreed that the Tramway and Board's Offices be insured for ¿aoo, the Goods Shed for ¿100, and the Mulgrave Station for ¿100. A letter was received Trom the Ménager ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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MONDAY,7TH MARCH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

MONDAY,-7TH-MAS0H. ' (Before the Police Magistrate,) William Campbell for drunkencss was .ordered to pay 2s for cab hire. .Edward .Downey for a like offence was, .cautioned:am!discharged! .

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. FRIDAY, 4TH MARCH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

Police Court. FBIDAY, 4TH MARCH. (Before the Police'Magistrate.) James Ireland was remanded for 8 days on a charge of larceny value ¿2 5s.

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THE Q.N. BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

THE Q.N. BANK. A Southern paper which thinks that any stone is good enough to throw at the Q.N. Bank states that "Every man, woman and child in the colony has to be taxed for the next twenty years to raise the sum of ¿30,000 annually to pay the interest on the money which the Q.N. Bank is using at i i per cent." This is bosh of the worst possible possible description, and is written with a purpose. The Bank is paying 3J per cent on ¿«>374>994 of deferred payments, and as the colony borrows at this rate, there is no loss on the transaction. The additional sum of ¿458,331 how- ever, carries no interest, and is not repayable until after the lapse of 24 j_ years. The interest on this sum at " i»Zmr¿J^i*L&t*É*hL4fí¿>im¿sr:- .«¿CV This is not nice, but as the Govern- ment made a profit of ¿60,000 on its old rate of interest on ¿2,000,000 at 4^ per cent under the former agree- ment, it still has a margin to work on. The Bank is gradually realising ¿1,000,000 worth of secur...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

A cork rope is the latest invention. It u made of small corks placed end to end, and the whole covered with a braiding of cotton twine ; over toil if a coarser braiding ia bear* «timada, The rope will stand aatrain of 1,000 pound«.

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

£100,000,000 UNCLAIMED. DOUGALS REGISTERED LIST. fONTAINING NAMES of 30,000 ^ Families advertised for, to claim property and money unca 1700. Price la 4d, poat free 2a. Every saan and woman should buy thia book, aa iaatruc tiona are given how to recover property from Chancery. DOUGAL St CO., «3, Strand, London, Bagiaad. KatalladMd 1854. AfottoMaaayawaityoa. Thia book can now ka obtained from W. C. Rigby, Malawa ; Got** a*d Gotch, Melboaraw and Briaba*« ; Gao. RobattaoB tt Co., Melfewxw, Sydney, Adelaide and Criabas*.

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QUEENSLAND BANANAS AND PINEAPPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

QUEENSLAND BANANAS AND PINEAPPLES. Whilo chatting with Mr F. M. Garcia, of Garcia, Jacobs and Co., Co vent Gar- den Market, recently (says* a London correspondent) that gentleman expressed a desire to dilate upon the splendid op- portunities that existed on the London market for the disposal of Queensland bananas and pineapples, and as the moment was not then propitious for the discussion of the subject, owing to the pressure of the Christmas work, I made an appointment for last week, when the conversation came off. BANANAS. Mr Garcia first dealt with the question of the importation of Queensland bananas, and I cannot do becter than quote his own words on this subject. He said-The development of a fruit trade during the past ten years has been increasing to such an extent that it is judicious on the part "of all those interested in the colonies to take into consideration the fruit that is produced in those parts, so that when we have money to lay out we should lay it out with those ...

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

Before Purchasing Elsewhere G. R. MYERS & CO., AND IXSrECT THEIB WINTER STOCK, New ¿roods!! New Goods.!! NOW OPENED OUT EX R.M..S, Dukes of Sutherland and Devonshire The Largest Shipment of Drapery we havo ever landed DIRECT from the best Enghsh and Scoth Manu- facturers. Floor Cloths, Dress Goods, Linoleums, Cashmere», flannelettes, Serajes, Flannels, Corsets, Blankets, Umbrellas, Calicoes, Holsery, Quista, Turkish Towels, Table Linens, Table Napkins, Etc. All Goods marked in Plniu Figure» at lowest Cash Price«. " , j NO MIDDLEMAN'S PROFT. G.R.MAYER8&G0, DIRECT IMPORTERS. Our Grocery Department has boen re-moddelled, and intending pur- chasers would do 'well to obtiin our Latest CASH PRICE LIST before Purchasing Elsewhere. CHEAPEST AND BEST HOUSE IN TOWN FOB BOOTS and SHOES. 6; HAVERS & CO., People's Cash Stores. PIANOS. EVERY NEW PIANO »Id by Paling and Co. contains various modern improvement« in construction for ex- treme climate*, and has bett metal frame...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Wed. It is probable that Mr Nelson will return to Brisbane on Thursday. Mr Foxton will leave Brisbane on Saturday on a trip to the South West. He will be present at Goondiwindi show. The main object of his visit is to inspect certain areas of land which it is pro prosed to open for selection under clauses of Land Act. Messrs Dickson and McDonnell leave on 22nd instant for Hobart to attend Postal Conference.

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

Telegraphic._ Wednesday's News by ¡ Wire. j LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND- FOREIGN. LONDON, Tues. The Right Hon. G. J. Goschen, First Lord of the Admiralty, in introducing the Naval Estimates in the House of ¡ Commons, referred to the recent strike in the engineering trade which, he said bad seriously retarded the construction of the new warships authorised. He appealed to both operatives and manu- facturers to co Öfterste in order to re- cover arrears of work, and peace. would be crowned with honor, or if .war should take place be crowned with victory. During the discussion, Lord Charles Beresford, inferring to the situation iu China, declared that Brit- ain ought-to seizi Cbnstn. Mr Gos chen's speech was met with a generally favoi able reception, though it ha* been pointed out that the Naval Estirantes proposed by tim Government did not recognise the immense. ex(>euUiture which Russia was undeitaking in strengthening her Navy Mr Goschen ia asking for a volo of /"25,ö50,000 f...

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THE ABORIGINES PROTECTION ACT. HOW IT WORKS. WORTH READING BY ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

WE ABORIGINES PROTECTION ACT. HOW IT WORKS. .... WORTH READING BY ALL. As a piece of grandmotherly legisla- tion, the new Aborigines Protection Act, takes first prize. Under it, no one will be able to employ any aborigi- nals for the future. The Independent thus deals with the matter :-There is a general impression abroad that Dr. . Roth's notice about the employment of aboriginals which appeared in our last issue, applies only to the continu- ous employment of boys, nursemaids, &c, but the 14th clause of the Act imperatively applies to even the casual employment of aboriginals and pro- vides for the infliction of a penalty on all «ho employ or harbour on their premises any aboriginal male or female or any half-caste. So that even when a publican or private individual desires to employ a black in cleaning his yard or scrubbing his or her floor, they must first receive permission from the police and protector, entering into a satisfactory agreement to famish their aboriginal ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

ÂTKÊEBLE & CO., ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS, Family and Shipping Butchers, and Whole- sale Cattle Dealers, WAVE REDUCED THE PRICE OF BEEF AS FOLLOWS: Sirlion Beef and Ramp SUak, I Rib Beef, 3d. par K>. 4d. per lb. / \ \ Corned Beef, 3d. per lb. Beef Steak, 3d. per lb. | Saaeafea, *d. per lb. A. Eeeble t% CO. wish to direct the attention of the Public to the fact Hut their new prices are noa st BEDROCK, »nd tli.it the Prinrcst Beef to be obtained in the North is obtainable st KEEBLE'S. Another draft of 100 head of Wrotham Park Cattle have now arrived. A satfKTCsRr/K! Jb- iM% XBiT'roassXfVBS, Ä» MLXaXiOJUMm V. \J\ß»9 ABBOTT-STREET, CAIRNS. RACECOURSE HOTEL, EIGHT-MILE, MULGRAVE ROAD, C. 33. J" O IN" ES, PROPRIETOR. THE above Hotel has now been completely renovated, and is now under the Sole Management of the Licensee, C. E JONES. Splendid loose boxes and paddock accomodation -O am awi II «.a« »laraM^tFlaUTByaU^a, «»«i unweava »S«P- attas» awtiawT aWtranauw« «SUMS »Tor« F.vn M.Kt&...

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CRICKET. BLACKFELLOWS CREEK V. MULGRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

CRICKET. BLACKFELLOWS CREEK V. MUL- GRAVE. A cricket match was played between Blackfellows Creek C.C- and- Mulgrave C.C. on Mr E. C. Jones' r, ound attbe Racecourse Hotel on Sunday last. 13th inst. Mr W. Banner captained the former, and Mr A. \V. Mighell the latter. The Mulgrave captaih won the toss, aud decided to let the Blackfellows Creek bat first. Black- fellows Creek knocked op 101' rum before the last wicket fell. The Mulgrave men made a poor stand owing to the superior bowling of Maaasr nae H'***. «U «/*» "dis named for 9? raws* They -declined to bat again, Blackfellows Creek Skua won by 07 runs. Appended are the score« : BLACKFELLOWS CKSKK, 1st Iuuings H. Trumble, b Wolff. 23 V. Hives, ruo out . 21 b. Hubbert, b Wolff. 17 J. Dossetto, c Cusack, b Slatlher 1 C. Cleary, b Shteher. 0 Mcintyre, c Slatcher, b Well ..r 2 W. Banner, b Wollt. 12 Bluey, b Wolff. 2 G. Arcbibeid, b Slatcher . 8 H. Lee, b Wolff '. 9 J. Horten, not oat . 2 Sundries . 4 Total.101 Bowling analysis-Slatche...

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WEDNESDAY, 16TH MARCH. (Before B. R. Stafford Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

WEDNESDAY, 16TH MARCH. (Before B. R. Stafford Esq., P.M.) - Alfred George, on remand, «as charged willi embezzling the sum of £44 17s iod, while engaged as a clerk m the Tramway Office of tile Cairns Du sional Board. Defendant, who pleided not gu-'ty, was defended by Mr E A Milford, while Mr G. W. Le Vaut appeared to watch the case on behalf of the Board , Sub-Inspector Cooper prosecuted John J O'Leary, Officer-in Charge of the Mulgrave Tramway, deposed that accused was in charge of the ticket oftue at the Cairns terminus stnee the dite of ojíenme the train w»v~r-irJf »few months ago Alf monies' in cDnnCffCaPR wMb tbc aeceipls of die Tramway passed through accused s hands. Accused had to account for all moneys by books. One of these books vi TS the trim book and all the entries in this were in l"s handwriting up to and including October 31st, 1897. From Nbvembe. 1st to November 19th the entries were made by witness. Witness suspended accused'on November 6th. The cause of sus- pensio...

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"MORNING POST." "N[?]ither by fear nor by favor, but by Trmth alomt." Thursday Morning, March 17, 1896. "HOIST BY HIS OWN PETARD." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 17 March 1898

"MORNING POST." ?>. "Ntithtr -*y f**r nor by favor, but by Trmth mlomt." __ Ttaiaday Keniat, ataron 17. 1S9S " HOIST BY HIS OWN PETARD.' The above phrase was usually associated with more or less of a violent explosion, accompanied by a varied and useless assortment of human remains, and although we now employ the term metaphorically only, chiefly because petards have gone out of fashion, it still retains its original force. We apply it in the present instance to a case which calls for un- biassed but severe comment at the hands of the press of this town, and we propose to herewith deal with that case in an unbiassed but forceful manner. Most of our readers are aware that Mr J. G. Fearnley, the local agent for the Adelaide Steam- ship Company, recently applied to the Municipal Council to have a road formed along Wharf Street from its present terminus to Wharf site No. £546, where he proposes to ereot a large and commodious wharf at which his Company's steamers, may be berthed. Mos...

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

M. BOLAND WHOLESALE & RETAIL Provision -Merchant, ABBOTT STREET. OAÍRW6, Mr BOLAND 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 iri Cairns: WAT IS 1. MEND'S STOCK ? My Stock C<toriiea Everything the housewifl Everything the min| Everything the sug Everything the timber Everything the Railway qnires. er requires f Wants, loyee needs My less thai Chargeij TRY ASK Prices are fholesale Prices [many other firms BOLAND misPRICES Goods Delivered promptly to all parts of the Town and District PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PRODUCE, Fresji Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twice a week. % BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Provisiorj Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS HUNTER'S KURANDA Paw Paw Fruit Sauçç. ATÍENTION! DYSPEPTICS. Indigestion is at the root of more than half of our present day bodily ailments, accentuated, as it is, by the almost universal habit of stoma...

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

A PLAIN AND FANGT, BRESS BALL. WILL BE HELD IN THE OAiaWS »IVISIOWAL SALL, Oa .:- THUBBDIY, -:- MUCH .:- 17tk, (Sr. PATRICK'S DAY). THE OPENINC BALL OF THE SE AS OKI REFRESHMENTS PROVTDED1 ! THE BEST OF MUSIC ! ! ! IICHTS-Double, 10a H ; Single, 7l M; Extra Lady, feld. Dancmg will commence at 8.30 p.m. GEORGE AUMÜIXER, Hon. Secretary, S.S. "VICTORY. (M Tea» lag.) rTH18 Steamer is now Employed for Attendance on Oversea Steamers at Fairway Beacon, and ia also available for all lighterage and towing purposes. Special Terms to Picnic Parties and Friendly Societies, When in Attendance on Oversea Véasela a limited number of Passengers will be carried. FARE : 2s 6d, Adult» ; Children, Is. BUMS, PHILP* CO., Ltd., AGENTS. THE HOWARO-SMITHLINE OF INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. WKBKXY PASSENGER AND CABOO Samvicz FBOM CAIRNS IO . GERALDTON "I S.S. LASS O'GOWMX CARDWELL (135Tons), LUCINDA V WEDNESDAY TOWNSVILLE j Morning, J 23rd Marcb.st 1a.m. Transhipping Vaaaengera and Cargo into I Ü.8.8. "PKRlSORlMi...

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