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IMPORTS. EX GLANWORT [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 July 1885
IMPORTS. . I Sx ' GLAS WOB». . Consigned ta Banu, Philp and Co.-] bed, "5 cut«. Consigned to Hobson, Draper and Co.-SU cases jam, iWdo wines and spirits. - ? . Miscellaneous.-1 pac ka ire clothes, ä paper panais, 2 boles sU'-Tar bags, S grindstone*. 2 notley*. SO keg* white lead, 6 drums oil, 1 do turps, 1 case paints, 3 cases plants, C bundle* gntteriut-, 1 eu« trees. Barns, Philp and Co., agents. * - - - - Ex KATOOMBA. Consignai to A. Tajlor anal .Co.-3 böses Klaas. 1 case blind rollers. 8 do nail*, 3 do hardware. 1 boodle Smith's hooks, 1 case nails, 1 do tarps. 8 ct Ju nial ovens, - cases axes, 1 handle spades, 1 ca-Jk earthen- ware, 2 coils rope, 1 case window gits*. ? Consigned to Hobson. Draper and Co.-1 case. Consigned to L. Severin.-s doors« 1 bändle sashes, 5 colonial oreos,:! bars iron. Cousigned to M. Flannagan.-2 eise*, 2 soraa.' 1 bouille buckets, 1 eas«, 1 boiler, SU cases wine. 3 had* u'e. 1 case ale, 1 case porter, ti do whisk/. I do cara- cú i. 1 do batter, fido wi...
Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 July 1885
Our Neighbours. [FEO» OUI ora COBUSPOSDKHT8.3 . HEEBEBTOX. .i--:":"-' V';y-v': Joly 10. X roosTV and ivy week: ; excessively cold ' at nights, but quite warm in the sun by day. The minimum register of the thermometer ¿Gdeg even on Tuesday night. The gardens are completely frosted away, and the ba- nana trees hereabouts hare undergone an entire discolouration, the leaves Wing killed. Some people call it glorious weather. Well, it may be alonside a blazing fire, ? with "Bobertson" hot in front; but that's the only glory I see in it. I notice in your issue, received to-day, a telegram notifying the formation of a com- pany to work the deep lead with machinery. ¡ I caa tell yon no nm »boat i* ezcesit tiiät the. jproTiaional ooaamittae have nan held tw» w*settag», mad a»v« drafted a pnawctai. The sebéate aa lt stood waa SOHO ?hares at 20«; 10W to be given to the mine share- holder* of thc property aa which autchiaerr ia to be placed, and 1000 shares to be placed on the market Such waa th...
Cairns District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 July 1885
C«lrm» IHstrkt UwpiUL A wit-rue of the committee of tike above îniHfaitio» wu held on Monday last. Pre aeat :-Messrs. B. T Hartley (ia the chair). A. A. Wall, T. M. 8. Hook» W. D. Hobaon. D. Pática». «VA. Kiaasford,W. C. Smith, and L Severin. - The minute* of the previous meeting and the outward correspondence were read and confirmed.. ..¿j . The repart of the doctor, wardsman,. and visiting committee were read and received. The doctor's report shows that 20 patients received treatment during the month cf June, of which 12 wer.- in hospital at the beginning-of the month, and 17 were ad- mitted daring it Of these- three had died, IC had been discharged cured, and 10 re- mained under treatment. Of the 17 new patients six had ame to Cairns from outside districts. Sevear patients had been ad- mitted as paying patients. Ive on orders from the Police Magistrate, and five on sub ?eribers' tickets. The patients consisted of 23 mtier and four females, 23 being Euro- peans, five Polynesians, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 July 1885
Spacial Column. NOTICE TO 3fA TUNERS. . No. 16 OP 1SS5.- -".-*" TIDAL SIGNALS, JOHNSTONE EIYEK. "VTOTICE ia hereby given, that on and J3I after the iota proximo the following Tidal Signals will be exhibited, from the Flagstaff at the Pilot Station, Johnstone Eiver :- - , 4 O.Bali north yard-am...'Bi«l light, ' _ 4 Ci ,. " dipped G reen light. ; ft OBallsouth yaru,-arni...fWtate over red. SO,,. " " dipped Ked o var white. 6 0 Ball at each jard-ann Green over «hite. 8 0 " ,. " dipped; White OT« green 7 O Two balla north yard-J arm ...¡Red over green. 7 6 " " » dipped Green over red. 5 OTwo balk south yard-Two white verti arm ... ...| - cal. 8 P " .. " dipped^Two red vertical j 0 OCone north yard-arniiTwo green verti I caL- . I OG,. " " dippetiBed north, white south. . 10 OCone south yard-arniiWhith north, red south.) . IOC ,. ". "dippedGreen north. white south.. 11 OCone at each yard-arm White north, green swath. 11 C ,. " " dippediG reeu nor th, red south.. 12 OTwo cones north yard- ...
Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 July 1885
Local Items. Attention is directed to the sales of land announced by Mr. J. Macnamara and Messrs", Hobson, Draper and Co., to take pince next Saturday at their respective sale rooms. .¿-ComnpsmfkuiM "!^ m . hy the next Torres Straits mail for Great Britain arid the Continent, ria Brindisi, Aden, Singa- pore, Batavia, and all India, must be posted by the ordinary Northern inail, closing thia morning at 10 o'clock km. ' 1 The friends of Mrl Wl ¿VO. Hill will be I triad to kara f which was Braca impaired when he left here, k^ greatly improved by. his sojourn in the j The exports per Katoomba which left on Monday, included CSD hags' of sogar, weigh ins; XI tons Heat ; 73 hogsheads of molasses, » tons (from Baoddeana plsatati m) ; 317 bags of tin ore. 16 tons ; and 35 awtts'of rice. The.ketch Minnie Ha Ha, frost Townsville, brought'JO blocks, measuring 5000 feet, for the new hospital. _ - -Mr. S. A. Delisss, who was appointed ta iawprct the rua te via Ssaithaeld, reported by Mr. Gardiner...
LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. MACKAY, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 July 1885
LATEST BÏ WWE. Faon OCH on comsMiKjNDnrT." (.UEEirSLAllD. MACKAY, Julv A large meeting of selectors was held herc to-day to discuss thc Central Mills scheme. A resolution was carried tliat the proposed scheme for Government to grant loans in aid of erecting central sugar mills iu the district is the only true solution of the labour difficulty, and = presents a remedy by which the farmer selectors inay be "rescued''from impending ruin, and thesugae industry established. on a sure and permanent basis. A petition for presentation^ to Government is being largely signed. BiiisBAXE, July 10. Tenders are called for the supply of material and for the construction of an iron swing bridge over Boss Creek. . The Governor has accepted the ser- vices of the second company of the defence force at Charters Towers, to bc,rcal)cd. the E Company. The corps numbers 58 of all ranks_ Sercral applications have been re- ceived by. Government for loans for deep sinking from Gympie. The Government hare deci...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 July 1885
.. ':: TUB n III 101 co. (WO UABXXXTT). UPPER MULGRAVE. CAIRNS, NORTH QUEENSLAND^, CAPITAL: Í16,000.ix 3210OO>nuiu or 10B KACH. ISSUED IS 320 Paonorxas Setup, ' Of which the Present Proprietors Berala 80, Carrying 100 Shares each. 7s Gd paid np ; .: ' and. '¡.v.;.-;.; 210 are offered to the public at .£25 per scrip, carrying 100 Shares each. Ss poid. The whole proceeds of the 240 Promoters' Scrip," less ""expenses of floating, will be placed to the credit of the Company; Tn' the event of anv Calls requiring to be made (which ¡snot anticipated), no call to exceed Cd per share, or be made at a shorter interval thai rao^oaths. PBOVISIOSAL Diaxcnoa»: - ". James EIwortt>y,:Esq.. J.P.. Sandridge. Ernest Giles, Esq.. Melbourne. C. J. Hoyt. Esq., Melbourne. : - A. C. Kennedy. Esq.. Carlton. T. CWUoat AUea. t»i..C " ïmlk. T.'WiaVU. X^.. &lt; Soucrroa ? A. P.- Hodgson. Esq.. Chancery lane, Melbourne: ;' BAxaxas: National Bank of Aostralaaia, Melbourne. " Queensland National Baak...
The Cuirnt Post. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 July 1885
THURSDAY, JULY 16» 188». \ Guruteed 700 topiw Wwkly. Axas» tte ^»MBy - ^uqitfg^ witsch ?tnugen »wk when pawing a few days hero, either ou business or pleasure, ia -Where itt TOOT School of Arta ? _ It ia with a real sense .of hiuniliatiou we hara to coufesa that Cairns .can boast i of no such iostitatioa, and is, if we ai» not much austaken, the : only town in Northern Qoeetuland in want of one. Costly buildings a» already erected, and also in coane of coiurtruetion for the parpóse of niinuiteriug to the creature comfort* of the public, but for intellectual ¡recreation there is no convenience in. tte' tows,: and thoa» only who haye _hoa>ea possess th*j~op-1 Dortuaity to raul if sb disposed, wailet for those who ; ar* néty toual haldeta ttere is not eren that pleasure to look forward toi. A suitable site centrally situated for a School of Arta was se- cured some tisse ago, and tani ta all tte adrancement which tea been atade to- wards the establüdwent of this neces- sary histitati...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 July 1885
THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. rjIHE Company's Steamers kare thia port EVERY THURSDAY FOR NORTHERN PORTS, " and EVERY SATURDAY EVENING POE SOUTHERN PORTS. For Fares and Rates of Freight, Apply at the Coinnany's own Office, at Wharf. BURNS, PHILP and CO. (LOOTED), . Agents. . '""-?».>": Lanna ' Incorporated under " The Companies Act," . " ' ; ? 1S63. \ BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF - QUEENSLAND.: Subscribed Capital ... ... ¿1,000,000 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 Bates. Drafts issued on Head OSce, Branches and Agents. Advances made against Tin and other Produce, and all other usual h»nfcino> business transacted.. WM. CHAS. SMITH, -Manager, Cairns Branch.' " fJTHE HERBERTON ADVERTISER." - A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Terms-10s per quarter, or Jti annually, in advance. The " Advertiser " has a large circulation...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 July 1885
DEPAKTÜBES. July 9.-Glanworth, u. Capt. 1«. for Cooktown] «ia Port Dotçrtas. Faaaeiucer* -i Mr*i- Langton; Verara. S>UIJIM1H, C. J. Treudall, and 6 in steenwc. July 9.-Archer, aj^Capt. Merritt, for Cooktown, »ia Part TOougla*. FassenifiiH-HuT.FailicrO'Brrne, mid Mr. T. ltahun. Juli ll.-Glanworth, sj.. Capt. leo. for Brist»*?, TIL ports. Pu3«uirers-Iban. W. X. Foboa, J. Macnamara, and £ iteerajrc. July ll.-Arc lier, au*.. Cipt. Murri..-for Sydney. Tia li ri. hine and ports. Fa-utfng-era-Slr. Ito--*, mail eereral steerare. July IX-Minnie Ha Ha, ketch. Capt. Oage, for Townsville. Jul« 13.-Katoomba, sj.. Capt. Aruutronir. for Melbourne, via Port Donglaa. liriatuM, and porta. July 15.--wâm£ô^.a^Cawi. rump, low Cook. tows. Tia Fart Douala?.
NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 July 1885
ra** sxALAira, _ . AetjfcfcÀS»-, MT I& j The Höttae nf Itepr^ntotiVefl re- jected by a large majority, the biri authwrwinr 8rb*è Beading iii the school*. WEIXIXGTOX, July 22. Mr. M'AiUfew Bjsw notice of a aotioa m thia How of »«jp.« -nl«»i.«i» Yesterday, to the effect that efforts should be made to unite thc whole of the English-speaking nattons in one great federation, haring foe its object mutual defence tn tom of w*f, as Well aa maiiitenátrce of fVace, iiid suggest- ing iKat a Conference be held in Lon- don ör Washington to tjoâsîdeir the question.. There rs a potability ef the San fTr*Wci*tit) mail service being discon- tinued.
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 July 1885
VICTO*!*. ; ? ; Minoran, Jaly SS. A jong woaua ????? KlifWtk M'Kenzie, tb» wife of » ktBC-daúer, eawMttei ?wicid* ky poMowiwg Wr»Wf wit* strrckmiae a* TooJaaakte. . Thc trial of the prisoners Millidge» Carer, Fortnne, and M'Mahott, charged with thc Simpson Vroad bank robbery: wa« concluded to-rky at .the .Ccnfcro! Criminal Court-. t^Mínty-iii "wiítnessés Viere ermined for the prosecution during the trial. The jury found Mil- lidie, Carey, and Fortune guilty of robbery under arms, and M'Mabon as accessory to rne ernrie. the first tMéte ! prisoners "were ttenten'&Á foi wi j'ew** ' penal s^vftéA» iah« M'Mahon to 12 inowtfcs $*>.p¥isonment.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 July 1885
nw SOUTH WA1VBS. SrasotT, July 18. In new of the disquieting news re- ceived by cable during the last few days, the Colonial Treasurer, yesterday, had A lengthy interview with Colonel ?I tiiii ^ fttrwwleat Artillery), and Captain Rixon (of the Naval Brigade), and Major Walker (of the Torpedo Corps), with reference to the defence of the harbour. It is under- stood that it has been decided to allow the topedoea already fixed in position to remain where they are. Defence matters generally are in such a condi- tion of preparedness that should war break out they can be organised on the shortest possible notice. July 20. The Agent-General in London sent a cablegram on Saturday,to the Colonial Treasurer stating that'he had written a letter to thc TIMXS describing the con- dition of the colony with regard to its present capacity for borrowing and re- paying loans for productive works. In his letter Sir Saul Samuel also gave details" of the revenue and expenditure of the colour, with full in...
Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 July 1885
Cairns Divisional Board. A SPECIAL meering of the above Boord was held on Friday last, at which Messrs. Kings- ford (chairman), Hobson, Douglas, Hook, Loridan, Byan, and Street were present. Thc minutes of the previous meeting and the outward correspondence having been read and confirmed. Mr. Douglas enquired why P. O'Connell's account, passed for pay- ment at a previous meeting, had not been paid. Mr. Kingsford said that there was no agreement among the records of the office between the late engineer of the Board and P. O'Connell. Mr. Douglas said that the proof of the contract lay in the work done by O'Connell. After some discussion. Mr. Street moved-''That O'Connell be paid £102 in discharge of his claim." which was seconded by Mr. Douglas, and carried. ' On the motion of Mr. Hobson, the follow, lng accounts were passed for payment :-K, Shaw, J» .2s 8d; Pugh. £9 12s ; Ambrose, Jil IO. 4d; Kelly, il 10«; Bunting, J» 12s Gd ; Bedden.-Ts 6d; COURIER, 13S; Severin. 18s Sd; Kenion and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 July 1885
. Special Colana. APLIN, BKOAVN AND CO., LIMITED, TOWNSVILLE: THE above Company intend running a a Steamer between Townsville. Dun- geness. Cardwell, Mourilyan Harbour, and Johnstone Eiver, leaving Townsville every Monday, arriving at Cairns on Wednesday afternoon* For Fares and Freights" apply io BURNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. EDITHVALE AND - SWALLOWS WHARF. The s.s. ZEUS will leave the irhnrf every Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday at ll a.m., returning at 3 -p.m. sharp. Leaving the Wharf on Fridays at 7 o'clock. All freights must be paid by shippers. Alley's coach will meet the steamer at Edithvale on Tuesday's and Saturday's. Full particulars on application to HOBSON, DRAPEE AND CO,, Agents. jauSSELL and MULORAVE RIVERS. The B.s. ZEUS will maie MONTHLY TRIPS to the RUSSELL RIVER. The next trip will be on or about the 2Gth 'inst. Inducement offering. For freight and passage apply HOBSON, DRAPER and CO., Agents. Church of England. ME. MUIR, B.A., -wfll (D.V.) conduct Divine Service at ...
Our European Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 23 July 1885
Our European Letter. iraoM ora om COBKBMIOIIDMT.) Tll£kE is at present a lull' ia politics connected with the Soudan and Af- ghanistan, although matters do not look much brighter in either direction, but as Parliament is now enjoying the Whitsuntide holidays no questions can be put to the Government to elicit any information regarding the erac tuition of the one or the négociations that are supposed to be on foot with Russia respecting the frontier of the other. It is said that the line of frontier will lie between the boundaries proposed 'by England and Russia, and it is also rumoured that the latter power object to the fortification of Herat, doubtless wishing all parties to believe that it is the last nation in the world that would take advantage of any neighbouring power's unprotection. The order for the return of the Guards to England has been BO far countermanded, that on their way from Suakin they hare been landed at Alexandria, there to wait further instructions. It is said ...