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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

SANDER ic. SÖNS" EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.-Under the distinguished pat- I mnage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as | per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affitirs, through ? the Corunl-General *~~ ""*" "* -' Me»** 14^ ara. ! Clinics and Universities all over the Globe: Theie are imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming ciude, resinous oils. In order that these crude oils may not be taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recog- nised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly pure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Conni at Melbourne, March », 1878, we state: ; It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Uiuversties of Bonn and Griefs. waM (Prussia), and reported to by Dr Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Pro- fessor Dr Mossier, Director of the Medical Clinks at Griefswald, that only products that are saturated with oxygca and freed of aci...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

ÍFaMátáV W%mm*.Aê*mm °ï every Steamer from the bett Marked. ***V " " A 1-uUitiK*; ll..y. Com. Chuff, timi. 1'olUml. io. ?^Si^'WKÑ'* GOLDEN' TEA PURE CEYLONS. I Sotc-Only liait tito iinantlty nt KARA (ir HOLDEN Till Ia r.imircHl vvlii'n munumi f ' «Uli iuiy utliiT.Uroud in tho Aiutr»tiuluu Culunloi. EXCELLENT VALUE. Cheap f ami.|. Diapers, Outfitters, Mercery, House Furnishers, Boots and Shoes, lc, r Moa. «id Tattern« on Application. All Ordcri receive prompt attention. A Titi AL KOLKUTIÎll- \ » UnaeiltOrS/ / NOTE OUR TMT-m f.VVITAIaT JaV áT«áT\ ABBOTT ST., CAIRNS- v\ '£ * / ONLY ADDRESS. MID» JjJEafl SI UH OL tU*) Next Bank Australasia. X/ \-/ HULgRÄVE HOTCL Pcois O'Hara, (Late of Mareeba.) BEGS to inform tho residents of the District that he has completed the erection of the IVLII1TI Cl ? T «* t, aft L tV The Hotel is well and permanently built, containing eight bedrooms, and every necessary that comfort demands It is situated about a chain and a half from the btnk of the Mulgrave ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

Telegraphic. Wednesdays News by ; Wire. ; LATEST INTELLIGENCE, BRITISH ¡ÑÍT FOREIGN. "LONDON, Tues. " France demands that China:wilj not alienate, territory. south of Yangtsc leviall (sic) with the view to block, the British extension to Kowloon. She also demands the Burmese extension to Yunnan, and the cession of a coal- ing station at Kwangchan, and the prolongation of the Laokai railway through Yunnan. The Russian demands have been conceded by China. - The Chinese loan will be opened on Tuesday. London and Berlin finan- ciers have favorably received it. ."The fixed price is ¿QO. ; Russia has consented to withdraw from the control of Corea in response to Japanese pressure.-. In the event of Corea failing to maintain its inde- pendence Russia will intervene. ' M. Alexeiff, the Russian official, has been recalled from Corea. . . I. "., The j." Times," : referring.; "to ; the French demands in Kowloon; status that the necessity for securing» expan- sion of the British interests in Ho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INGENIOUS INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

INGENIOUS INVENTIONS. ¡O Some of thc r. inventions recently eccentric as they are ingenióos. . An odd, if useful, invention consists of a frame from which corks are suspended by means of strings. As the hour for waking draws near this framework is gradually lowered over the head of the sleeper until, as the hour strikes, the corks perform a tattoo on the noses and faces of the sleepers until they awake. Another invention, en- ables the farmer to feed his horses and cattle in their stables without leaving his bed. He simply pulls a cord dangling at the he: d of his bed, and forthwith valves are opened and the proper allowance of fodder falls into, the troughs. The burglar-alarm is sufficiently ingenious to deserve success. As soon as the would-be burglar steps on the mat in front of the safe , or strong-room his weight closes" ali electric' circuit, a flashlight is ignited, . the cap removed from a camera, and the burglar's photograph taken without ^charge, for use as evidence agains...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOCIALISM IN OUR TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

SOCIALISM IN OUR TIME. This i» ftom a returned Cosmo colonist to the " Bundjberg Star " :-In compli- ance with your request I herewith send you a statement of the affairs in Now Australia; and my idea of the causes that brought that grand scheme for tho better- ment of humanity to such an unfortunate end. I believe the first great mistake we made .was'done here in old Australia, viz., in putting too much confidence in Mr Lane. Wo looked to him as a man just a shade belo* tho angels, and we found him a piece.of VERY ordinary humanity. When ne could no longer rule unques- tioned he took the sulks and retired from the Association, taking about 50 followers with him,ard formed the colony of Cosme. A new president was elected (F. Kidd) who ruled for about 18 months by agree- ing with everyone, allowing everyone to do just exactly as he chose. Whether what they chose to do was right or wrong, waa a sabject he did not trouble himself about. ,So long as he had plenty of time to sleep, read ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

EXCRUCIATING NCU*AUIA. -TRIED- . EVERYTHING WITHIN REACH. CLEMENTO . . . TONIC SUCCESSFUL. Mr. James Corran, Hnntor-BtT^Wt^ll^tland New South Wales, writes ea August 14th, 1896 :-I can hardly express the pleasure it gives me to write a few lines in favor of Clement s Tonk. To any person. aimUarly aflicted it is sufficient for me to say I was a sufferer from neuralgia. - I tried everything ever heard of within the reach of my means, but all without relief, until my attention was happily directed to a testimonial setting forth what í BOW know to be the well deserved virtues if Ch asea t» Tosáe. After - tte first bottle I felt relieved, and winni I had fttBsked terca bottles my neuralgic pams had left ase entirely.-Yours gratefully,. . , JAMES CURRAN. VOR HOLLOWARE, CUTLERY. CROCKERY MD GLASSWARE, .IRONMONGERY, LAMPWARK. ENAMELWARE - ano TINWARE, TEX-WM, LENNON ACO

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Tides. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 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.' Î, H; M. ft. in. H. M. ft. in. Mar. 2* 10 ; O 19 6 10 10 10 6 25 10 30 19 0 10 40 18 6 26 ll 0 18 G ll 10 IS 0 27 ll 30 18 0 28 2 0 17 0 2 10 17 ö 20 3 0 17 6 3 20 17 0 30 4 20 18 6 4 30 17 3

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thurstoy Morning, March 24,1896. BELLENDEN-KER C.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone" Thuntoy Morning, Utoch 84,1896. BELLENDEN-KER CM. CoT~ The whole of the people in this district will learn with regret that the Government has definitely decided not to accede to the request recently made by the Bellenden-Ker C.M. Co. to accept a revaluation of the lands by some other valuator than ,:the one appointed by ; the Government. A reply has been received, stating- that the sum of ¿40,000 originally set aside for the purposes of a mill at Bellenden-Ker has been appropriated to other purposes, and that no money is now available for the purpose of erecting a mill. An extraordinär}' general meeting of the shareholders has been calle J to consider the advis- ableness of at once winding up the Company. The Boney set aside for the Bellenden-Ker Mill " has been ap. propriated to the use of the Johnstone River Central Mill. However, land- owners,on the Lower Russell can take courage in the certainty that the splendi...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

MGJfâTiyi,.Palatank a»d Rafmhing, V. KÜSDY KOOLA .CEYLON T¿X llb and ¡iib tins. BURNS, PHILP & Coy., ltd., " ]

Publication Title: Morning Post
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THAT SETLEDIT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

THÀTimWEpjT. A story is told pf a ,.very ^popular cavalryjofficer. xHtß^ bpU\^^s4iot drunkenness,; arid among "other wit , nesses iwaï;;niï» Irish SQ)djer-servantti The Court "anxious to give the officer .every'' chance}' put'Kveral.questions ito this.' witness with â view to eliciting any facts that might beIn his,master's favor.;. When the, Irishman said that his master, ¿on . going to bed, had exr. 'prèg"5<è^y'ç!''insh^'ti):be''cailed early, the Court were dislinctjF pleased. ^ A man who gave special instructipris. to be called early could not, surely-, they argued to themselves-have been! drunk. Hoping7.-tb get favorable par-, ticulars they put a further question. '. * " Ajid.why did Majof^^ to fie calledtearly ?" they, asked. : . * " Then, "Faith.'jan he tould me it was because hc-^ras. to be. Queen of the May," carrie the answer. : Thatsettled it. _ .

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EXPORT OF ORANGES. CAIRNS GROWERS SHOULD EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

EXPORT OF ORANGES. CAIRNS GROWERS SHOULD EX- PORT. ? pleased with the malt of à trial ship- ment to London of New South Wales oranges that it is arranging for regalar shipments naturally mises the question : If New South Wales can place its fruit at a satisfactory price on the home markets, why does not the Queensland Government do something towards the same end i Anyone with even a superficial knowledge of the products of the two colonies knows well that the Maryborough oranges, at any rate, are equal to anything grown in Australia, being thiu-skmucd and juicy, while our local growth holds * a high place also. The Agricultural Department bas been making a great effort to nettle people on tho laud, and would .do, still further good work if it would test- the maakets for fruits. The Cairns Chamber of Commerce waited until tired for the Government to test whether bananas would carry to the old country and finally sent a trial shipment itself, meeting with success. We commend the matte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

Shake the Bottle. Under : Entirely J^SÊK New Management. MOSSMAN RIVER, Port Douglts Distriot. ' The Only. Two-Storey .Motel in the.Townihip. , T. "Vy i I. S/IPa-opi»i.Bto*. 'll WILLIAMS désire» to: inform Vitttora to the District and thc General Public. Um J , ' he lias l'urchased tha^F» vori te Hostelry, 'the' IJUaMlR'Si'aitiMted bn'the'Motsmao' Within two minute« w«lk of thc Central Sugar Mill, and aasurca Patron»,' thst the» , comfort and welfare wilt be studied in every respect. ? THE TABLE IS M CHARGE Of ñ CAPABLE CHEF. J NONE BUT-THE BEST BRANDS! OP WINES, BEERS, AND SPIRITS ; KBIT. h< ^iTTy^s. *- Abrams, ? ? WH/f'-Ëï. 1)EG8 tn announce'o.Ms friends and tko general public'that he hWLeaseä Sa% f JJ thc PAIiACS HOTSIt. and hopes by strict attention to the wants of I I1'8 Customers, to merit a share bf public patronage., I Thc WINES, SPIRITS, AND BEKR, will bc of Superior Branus Only. ?W*V,V ''~3^^^*Xic5iîl^S«loir~ *X O^'xaNte. Civility and Comfort, J^^pSV^L can i^ira...

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SPORTING. GIROFLA SPORTS. MONTALBION, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

SPORTING. GIROFLA SPORTS. MONTALBION. Tues. Thc following are the results of the Girofla sports held on- St. Patrick's Day. ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP, 159 Yards, Prize £15.': J. Puzey and Murrane ran a-dead heat. CALCIFER HANDICAP : Murrane, 1 ; Trevener, 2; Blakey, 3. QUARTER-MILE HANDICAP : Trevener, i ; Blakey, 2. RENWICK HURDLES: Puzey, i ; Ross, 2 ; Blakey, 3. MAIDEN PLATE: -. . Bimrose, 1. There was a large attendance, and the weather being fine a most enjoy- able day was spent. A ball was held   in aid of the school in the evening, which, was crowded, and was a financial success. Miss Annie Joy was the   "Belle of the ball."

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NEWS FROM PARAGUAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

? HEWS FROM, -PARAGUAY; ?One of the members of: Mr-Lane's elysium writes \ to, a .'New Zealand paper:-"I resided-at the settlement; 'three 1 months.; - I- ' worked with the members, livedi. on; their- coarse, and inadequate' fare,- mixed with them, .'attended: their meetings and 'enter- tainments, and learnt all I possibly' .could ?". about their, methods, their .'grievances,--and- their prospects, etc., arid I" could' only come tb one con- clusion, viz.:'-That it was not the coun- try pr;.the; climate or the Paragùan Government,: "or.the members them -selves;that was at fault,'but simply the social and -political - conditions they had: -set"- tip "for 'themselves. The whole community-seemed; in a state of anarchy, and, confusion. The single men cpmpl3in.ed.that. they were, keep ;'írig,:btóér ¿men's »,w«w>«' and" families., The married women said ' their hm Itahils.kcpt-.thcm in ' old-Australia,, arid they^should keep them in . New Ans-, tralia.' " This led to difficulty /in the ...

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MARRIAGE AND MORALS. (CONTRINUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

MARRIAGE AND MORALS, ? (OoxniBtmv.) " . Xrfviiea «ra .becoming, /^xrnpd ad- \ \ 'mincat* that rri'iile comment jauxt'toHnyt behind with a basket and, |«ck up the fragmente uf institutions "that »reiÍBftV . Hero, , foe exnúplovis;Hra<Mma£sird'8. 'fMorality of. Marriage". .'»T^te,-work opens with the startling remark : " Fear, the ruling.motive of primitive .worship." " With my body I thoo worship,"- says the bridegroom in the marriage-service, and we are perfectly ready to grant that the married man's worship of his wife is commonly associated with fear; in-quite a primitive way. j He has;- asiMrjSteven son . says, domesticated the.. Itecoiding Angel, and, the Recording Angel" ¡ri the house is an awful^íhóugh. Bäutary/pre- sence. There is little doubt,-however,, from documents that ju ancient .Egypt at one, - time.the.wife; WAS legally .voiy. indepen ' dent. On the. whole, . however, -through - polygamy and the patriarchal system and improving morality, man soon began to 1...

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MARCH, 23RD 1898. (Before B. R. Stafford Esq. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

MARCH, 23RD; 1898. -(Before B: Rr Stafford Esq.; P.M.) Thomas .Anderson. for, being-drunfc- was fined 5s.

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DEPARTURFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

DEPARTURFS. March ig.-Australian, s, Captain P. Helms, for China ports. Passengers : six in the steerage. Bums, Philp arid Co., agents; March 20,-Aramac, s, Captain R. Arm- strong for Southern ports. Passengers.: Mesdames Watlcrs, Lennon, Maiind, Messrs, . -Maimtf,- Kelso,'Erasmus,- Southih; Garbutt,; ? Lees, McGregor, and nine in the; steerage,' Burns Philp and Co., agents.. ?<??.:"? March 23.-Naiad, s, Captain Corbett for Port Douglas. Passengers : Messrs Marr, and Fowler. Walsh and Co.,"agcnts. - - March 23.-Lass o'Gowrie captain Mc- Kenzie for Townsville, via ports." Passengers Messrs Rosendahl, and C Rosendahl, and one in the steerage. Walsh and Co*., agents. ? - j March 19.- Franklin, s, Captain Vipan, for Sydney. Passengers : sis in the steerage. J. . G. Fearnley agent.

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MONDAY, 21 ST MARCH. (Before B. R. Stnfford Esq.P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

MONDAY, 21 st MARCH. (Before B. R, Stafford Esq.,. P.M.) Carl P. Jorgensen, on bail, for drunk ennes, was fined.5s, for assaulting the police £2, and for destroying the con- stable's uniform £2. A prohibition order against "Jas. McCoufcey-was-applied for by his; wife. '" The .application was .adjourned to. the 28th inst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

THE HOWARD-SMITH LINE 3F INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. WEEKLY" PASSENGER AND CARGO SERVICE FROM CANINS"*" .-V' GERALDTON "\ S.S, LAHS 0'Gownn: CARDWELL ¡, (135Tons), LUCINDA- . WEDNESDAY .TOWNSVILLE % Morning, /30th March,'* »«.inj. Tr.ii)Hli¡i>¡nng Passengers and Carao into the S.S. "PEREGRINE,"-" TFRIAN," and " LEURA," leaving Townsville for »ll Southern Ports e»ery Saturuay. Passengers Booked Through to all Southern Ports. MACKAt ROOKH A Ml TON MARYBOROUGH BRISBANE SYDNEY MELBOURNE ADELAIDE ALBANY FREMANTLE GERALDTON PEREGRINE LEURA TYRIAN FROM TOWNSVILLE Every SATURDAY. Reduced Steerage Eaves. A LIBERAL REDUCTION is allowed off STEERAGE Passage Rates. WALSH * CO., Aconta. APLIN, 15R0WN AND CO., L. ., MERCHANTS AND AGEISTS. TOWNSVILLE, 'BRISBANE, BURKETOWK, THURSDAY ISLAND, AND PORT DARWIN, fpHE above Company's steamers leave -L Messrs Walsh and Co.'s Wharf as ander : Eor Tort Douglas the s.s., Adelaide every Wednesday Morning, lohnstone River *\ Mourilyan Harbour Clump Point I " S....

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SATURDAY, 19TH MARCH. (Before B. R. Stafford Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

SATURDAY, JOTH, MARCH., , ,. (Before B. R.. Stafford -Esq^PtM.) 1 ; John Dillon,.o» suspicion, of Ybeing.of unsound mind,- was committed;;td the Lunatic Reception House, Townsville. -: Amamee (Japanese) was charged ,with assault. - -': ?<* Mrs-Balfour, thaHeipital:niatron, ;Ie poaed-that. on the, evening ofjvth&.,18th she was walking on the, beach with 'Miss Graham when the prisoner,) who. is an;ex , patient of the Hospital, came up to them, Vcaught h'old of both of theiUjpand struck and kicked them. They servanted and Mr Shepherd came to. their assistance. Miss Graham,confirmed Mrs Balfour's evidence. ?-.-Sf-pitjf, -and-on -nuning taytftg »pot, ^ found' pr¡»onor--brtweeñ1- tlio^two hat witnesses, who complainod thit the^had been assaulted."' Be-'tiret -'pruner'1 in; charge.-On the rway^ to-^ the,-lock;up prisoner said he wished-hevh»d-A knife with him to.'kUL;them. The prisoner was sentenced- to' three mouths imprisonment in thc Cairns jjaol.

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