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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

Marriage. NISBET-KELLY.-On the ind Marchat the Presbyterian Church, Townsville,, by the Rev. R. Kerr. THOMAS, fourth son of John Nisbet, Esq., Ararat, Victoria, to JEANNIE,   daughter of thé late Rev. S. Kelly,   M.A., Victoria.   Death. CAMPBELL.-On the 22nd inst, at the Cairns Hospital, MARY CAMP BELL, the dearly beloved wife of     JAMES CAMPBELL, Hambledon, after a long and painful illness.   *' Gone but not forgotten."

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FRIDAY. 18TH MARCH. (BefOrce B. R. Stafford Esq.P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

.; FRIDAY. i8i¿tMARCH. (Befóte B, Ri, Sbffqrd;E«i.,^P.M.) ¡ The Queensland 'National ?B;mlr, pror cecded ¡igaÍhst"Mr»£ii>UyJ«)U«)^:Mc»\ÍMr4 for refusing to qùtl&t^jraw.to ao* occupied by her. 1 . ' ...""...,. :'Mr-Milford. appeared for ihOtaBMg; ..company, srobMrXe Vaux or the^de -fondant. . The case was adjourned; un*H| the,: 2oin; : inst. -- '.?'*

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

I.EWIS, WHOLESALE COFFEE MERCHANT. GROWN A VD MANUFACTURED BIT J). R. LKWI8, MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER. QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE T TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. SOLD IN Llb. TINS, and No 2 IN 21b. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residents of Cairns, Mareeba, Herberton, MonUlbion,-California Creek, The Tate, sad settlers generally should ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other, - , . .. - Try One Tin as an experiment. The grower and manufacturer pledges his word that there is no better matured' Or paTCr Coffee in the world than ' 1T-; ' .Agent forlGERALDTON .-M. HOLM. W. F. WAU, Sole Agent lor ROCK " CHAMPION ; AU Storekeepers to apply to bini; I.P. t CO. are Agents for the Above at all*: their Branches. LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. MRS. S. BYRNE CRITCRION / HOT?L ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. KINDLY note and remember that MRS. S. BYRNE, late of the Gresham Hot...

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

JOHN CAIRNS, AUCTIONEER, Forwarding, Land, Mining -AND GENERAL - COMMISSION AGENT, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. - AUCTION SALE. IN THE INTESTATE ESTATE OF THE LATE .f. V. MARTIN, OF THE ELSIE. JOHN CAIRNS UNDER Instruction« from tko Curator of Intestate Estates will Soil by PUBLIC AUCTION -AT- . HLACKWELL'S HOTEL RIVERSTON!'!, -ON SATURDAY, 26th March, AT 2 r.M. fi SADDLE AND PACK HORSES, 3 PACK SADDLES. Quantity of STORES, SCALES, AMI BUTCHER'S TOOLS. WITHOUT RESERVE. j JOHN CAIUNB, Auctioneer. AT thu aime etina and jjlucu A Grand Sale of Furniture, Furnishing, and Cooking Utensils. WITHOUT RESERVE. JOHN CAIRNS, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE. IN THE ESTATE OF WALTER JAMES WRIGHT. JOHN "CAIRNS JJAS Received Instructions to Sell PUBLIC AUCTION AT HIS ROOMS, ABBOTT STREET, -OF SATURDAY, -:- 16th -:- April, -:- 1998. Portion 81v Parish of Smithfield, Area, 160 Acref, on tho Barron Rivor. JOHN CAIRNS, Auctioneer. Robt. Sturt & Co, AUCTIONEERS, Land, Horse and Cattle Salesman Laud auil Esta...

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

M. BOLAND; ., WHOLESALE & RETAIL Provision - Mo reliant, ABBOTT STREET. CAIRNS, M'BOLAND bays-his ¡Goods -for .Spot i.Cash,-.in. thc . Cheapest and Best' Markets t>f Hie ¡World. He, can, , therefore, afford to sell at a fifr'.Proifc- Cheaper thin any! «ÉbrJIoiiae. M.Caîrns.._;r... _._ I WHAT, IS M.I MUNDS STOCK ? Goods Delivered promptly ;to all parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PRODUCE, ftesh Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twice a week, i ¡ M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant, ' \, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS^J - HUNTER'S KURANDA Paw Paw Frûit ; Sa(iç<. There is no Animal Mattel whatever, .. Vegetable Condiment.' ?'<. (Tropical). ' (See British Pharmacopeia). ATTENTION! DYSPEPTICS. Indigestion is at the root of more thanr^íFi'f 'oar present day bodily ailments, accentuated, as it is, by the almost universal habit of stomach drag- ging. Simply stated, these distressing symptoms and their conséquent evils are d...

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

Croirmercial. nndéf..nteifDi Maren as rcflowt : SketfsHns,-Rdl-woolled 4jd (o 5Jd lb ; mediums, jjd to 4 Jd per lb ; short», Jd to jjd per lb. - Hides.-Heavies, 4M to (id; mediums, 3|d 4Jd ; lights, 3jd to 4|d per lb. 'Tallm-Mutton, £18 10s to £19; mixed, ¿17 ios to £l8:s6d; beef, ¿tj 10s to/lä 5sper ton.. r: '. . Sheepskins.-Owing to the improved re- port in the cables from London, for sheep- skins, the market improved to the «lent of Jd per lb r Hides.-Both shippers and tanners attended yesterday hi fall strength. The market im- proved to the extent of Jd per lb for all descriptions. i , ? Tallow.-In ; continuation of the recent improvement in the tallow market a further rise was experienced for all lines shewing care in »aläa^frabuti inferkw and medium were unchanged. ' ii Messrs Dalgety and Co., Townsville, report under date March 19th, as follows:-Our London office «ires auder date of 15th, as follows :-" Wool sales opened with a 1 fair selection.. There .was a large1 attendanc...

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QUEENSLAND. MONTALBION, Mon. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

QUEENSLAND. MONTALBION, Mon. The weather is still very wet, the mails, however, are running thoroughly up to time'.' Mr W. F. Dowel's prospecting party have taken up several shows, and are highly satisfied with their prospects. The Albion and Columbian leases have been applied for by Messrs Johnstone and Part)'. Several other shows are under offer. The different "survey, campos are 'busily employed, very little-time has been lost during the wet. It is useless for men to rash to Chil Mr Owen Mitchcll'is building a" new hotel at Calcifer. Generally things are very bright.. MONTALUION, Tues. , The Linedale syndicate reports mag- nificent prospects. ? Rich silver deposits have been dis- covered thirty miles North-west from Mangana. Active prospecting is being carried on. MACKAY, Tues. A meeting of the Planters, Sugar Manufacturers; and Farmers Associa- tion, and the Chamber of Commerce, to support thc anti-Sugar Bounty League, wis held on Wednesday. The sugar farmers decided that the co...

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THORNBOROUGH NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRKSPONDBST.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

THORNBOROUGH NOTES. (FROM OCR OWN CORRKSPONDBST.) Since the 9 ounce« to the ton crushing of.the Resolute already noted in your columns, only small lots of ten tons and under have been put through, pf these Murphy's, Pig Hill, 8 tons- for 15 ounces was the best. The m QI is now engaged crushing two small lots 17 tons from the Providence, Glon . Mowbray, Nicholas Barnado, and about alike quantity from the General Grant, McFarlane and Taylor. These are to be followed by 26 tons more from the Providence,' Nicholas and mates. i The Vulcan Mill at Sam. the Romans I started crushing last Weduesdsy on a . parcel of stone about 70 tons, owned by Kranker and taken'from varions claims in the vicinity. Including the above , there are about 300 tons waiting to be crushed at this mill. At the Union about 250 tons are awaiting the carters. This mill bas been ready to crush since before Christmas bat it has been so boggy that it has been impossible' to cart the stone. The weather has been fine.for ...

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CAIRNS MUNICIPAL COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

CAIRNS MUNICIPAL COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING. A special meeting of the Cairns Muni- cipal Council was held in the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening last. Present—Ald K. Aumuller (Mayor), M.     Boland, J. Hansford, G. W. Le Vaux, G. R. Mayers and Geo. Bardon. BUSINESS FROM LAST MEETING.     The reports of the Works Committee, Overseer, Inspector of Nuisances and   Auditors were read and received. AUDITOR'S REPORT.           This report stated that the books had been well and neatly kept, but that a voucher for £73 was missing. On the motion of Ald Le Vaux, second- ed by Ald Hansford, the report was   ordered to lie on the table until next meeting, and the Acting Town Clerk was asked to report upon all the items speci- ally mentioned by the Auditor.     SANITARY COMMITTEE.       Th...

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NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

NOTES AND NOTICES. It will repay our readers to glance at Messrs G. lt. Mayers & Co's advertisement ju this issue. The Curlew and Dauntless will sail together on a beche-de-mer cruise In about a fortnight. Capt. Robertson will be in charge of the Curlew as formerly. The beche-de-mer schooner Griffen has been sold to Mr Mamie,. representing thc Sudest G.M. Co., and has: already sailed for that portion of New Guinea." " Mr-T. Fulton, Abbott Street, aanounccs that he is about to receive a new shipment of men's, women's and children's boots and shoes of the very best makes and qualities. The gold production of the world last year created, another record. The amount, 250,000,000" dollars, exceeded the previous year's output by 30,000,000 dollars. The United States mines stood at the head with a production of about 80,000,000'dollars. Messrs Collinson "and Collins, Lake street report that their first month of business has been most satisfactory. Their special meat van is brought i...

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HER FIRST EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

HER FIRST- EFFORT. " It wasche, first[ppcrnthe young lady 'hádÍ>Wn''bi^ye/é|^ongli' to offer to the paper, and she [brought it in person. She took, it into the business office by mistake. The yening laay:''handed her Eoem to the ;äHvÄment. clerk,- and p, "canted ["> the '.words/'tapping his pencil upon each one .as he. road. It rah this way- . 1 Tm LAST DAY. As the son sank to1 test that evening, Afl my hopes tuned to ashes and dost: The future wnil^sjnf tpe bnt {riming For^ wïo t^ broVfwhit-trust. And the day that is gone shall be ever /. 7' Tke Iastthat I ever «ill know Of joy and and of loving for ever, JàJeBKntiçjerk^ ;« awlj it íjju^t tp get him^back[[quick enough.. Lei's see sixty-three-Vonjsl^that'll' be three and [4i^n£f. ^^^fï0^^pfitàt be 'enough ?" '[':??.'??..':'. '???>?'.'' . '.[Why," 3id[;^e[;ypung Jády, j" I hadn't thought [of t i&ing a . price. Whatever you '.think.is nght~wiir do. Will that be wojrtlr if ?'' ,, " Oh, yes, inSi,"[it's a low, rate; ^e'...

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LASTWORDS ABOUT KLONDYKE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 24 March 1898

LÄSTWORD^mVULOH By latest iûformatioh to hand, some items have percolated that are'Qf;cpn siderable importance to, those about or intendingTo'go to the new El Dorado. First, as to route,'!;there,cari'bcl ho shadow, oí a^doubt that the best way to flfcke^ from, any pf these colonies is to; go liv,yS^oru\v(B.C.), tp'outfit there, andvthen ta-.prjóceed to Wrangle and L^^^.â^^Rul. "Although this Taá# is mont, ?| po. niles lohgar than the £hiicäofor V^Bite-ïiss trail, it;hasthe Advantage of avisdirig4hc White; Horse '.s^j^ropot^er.'n^ thiess dangerous Äfndsy w here the areatluajoritv bf the miners'^rrlöadancr^makea portage of their boats and provisions. " AU this is .saved-by »the. Stickene .-route .which ?more ' than *'rirakes* up Tor vits* extra length. ' " - i iiln^addition-it must-!be taken'?.'into consideration" the timber for the boat and ""raft-building on-,the Ghilcoot and "White Jassitrails is^gettírig "very scarce and i dear,."while on the Stickene. trail the mat^al.is^tiUínlen...

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Police Court. THURSDAY, 24TH MARCH. (Before B. R. Staflord Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

Police Court. THURSDAY, 24TB: MARCH. - . - (Before ¿R. Staflord Esq., P.M.)' Paddy (Abö-igirial) -was fined ,5« for drunkenebs and £1 or.7 days imprisonment for disorderly conduct. . r % -? _ *

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MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

MOVEMENTS. Thc Orient linet Austral sailed for London from Sydney yesterday, and will be followed by the Ophir on the 13th April. The Palmer, B, from Townsville, 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 morning and will leave again on the' return trip the same day. The Naiad, s, from Townsville, via ports, is due on Wednesday and-will leave again for Port Douglas. The C.S.B. Co.'s steamer Fiona arrived last Saturday morning from .the South with machinery for Hambledon.: The Duke of Westminster, Q.R.M.S., left London for Queensland ports on the ¡ 10th inst. ? : ':j../:\y:?:?:;>? -! The Wodonga, s, with the weekly mail from the South, ia due. this morning. < The s.s. Duke of Buckingham from London arrived here last night. " . The s.s. Victoria from Brisbane ia doe: here to-night, with a .cargo of raila for the Dimond Board. >^ : . I

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TRULY REMARKABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

:TRMREMARKABLE. " Ladie« abd gentlesaan," began the pro- prietor of a. travelling circa» in a voice of triumph, "I think yon «ill agree that oar programme thia' week out- Horada Herod, aa Sir Walter Byron-or WM it Lord Shakespeare ?-once remarked. Sorely auch a gregarious compilation of unprecedented monstrosities waa never before assembled in harmonioas contact beneath OM roof. 14 On your rieht yon will observe that most singular of marvels, the maa who is in love with hit mother ia law. He is an Eskimo, and was discovered by Professor Andrea on arriving at the "North Pole. Nest to him ia the boarding-house keener who never: asrved hash and whose Sunday night teat are.alwavs enjoyable. The gold crown.atudded with dUaannds, which you »se upon ber hoad, ia . token of esteem from her grateful boarders. V. "The dark-complexioned lady at her side ia Sigaorioa . Faken, the only lady pencil sbjupensr 'ln th* world. She will give a damonstration of ber skill every quarter of aa hoar. , Bef...

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TOBACCO CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

TOBACCO CULTIVATION, A correspondent »t the Cape writes to the .. North Queensland Register : "1 am pleased to say1 that tobacco growing on the Cape Riser is a great success. I have about an acre looking splendid. I wish you could see it for yourself. If you have any representative in this neighborhood I should be pleased, to give him all iufbrmation on the subject. I believe it will be an important industry if followed up. There is plenty of suitable land available for the purpose on the Cape and Campaspe Rivers, which would give employment and homes to hundreds of Familie«. I have no samples ready yet, but will forward some to you as soon as I have a leaf cured. What is required is men with plenty of energy and small capital to start with. There is a market for good leaf to any amount in Brisbane, but growers on a large scale would find it more remunerative to ship large quantities direct to buyers iu London." -

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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone" Thursday Morning, March 31, [?]. THE BARRON FALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

** MORNING POST." ^'Neither ty fear nor ty favor, but by Truth alone" tkVmUr MmtíM, Maw* », UM THFBARRON FALLS. I We direct the attention of oui readers to ' the letter of Mr C. N. Chapman, which appears in anothei portion of this issue. Mr Chapman is the chairman of the syndicate which is constructing the Mareeba-Chillagcx railway , and which recently applied for certain concessions in connection with the Barron Falls. Under these circumstances it may be taken foi granttd that Mr Chapman knows what he is writing about, and that «hen he asserts that the syndicate do not propose to remove the Falls to Melbourne for exhibition purposes he means what he says. When some of the leading citizens of Cairns read Mr Chapman's letter they should i come to thc conclusion that their I actions in calling a public meeting and raising an alarmist cry were a little previous. Before denouncing the objects of the syndicate in lurid and picturesque language it would have paid'them better to have first...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

, Jlj till IT BKDROCK PRICE!. mMSptdal Risene Win ky. .pJit'iS jfctrs old Specml'3csctvo Whlskv ' flMp^ranojd^Glenliian^Whisky ? r ia Octmifquarters ami cases. WALS« ic Co., Cairns ami Port Douglas, < ; -, J jj ¿^'.;¿iM«eeba and Mossman. USE ONLY "MYOLA" O OFFXiH ? Grown At Myola, near Barruu Fall«, t Cairns"N;Q. . " ' f -. . ; The Registered Brand i's ah Alligator.' WALSH & Co., SOLE-AGENTS.

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. March 24.-Arawatta, s, Captain F. G. Lee, from Southern ports. Passengers : Mesdames Doyle, Hartley, Atkinson, Dunlop, Maund, Misses Wilkinson, Symes, Messrs H. P. Phillips, H. Kidd, Hartley, Atkinson, W. Fitzgerald, J. Stewart, R. Bedford, J. Harvey, Callen dar, J. W. Gates, W. Aspillo, M. Spil- lane, Maund, L. Waldron, and 5 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co.. agents. March 24.-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clark, from Townsville, via. ports. Pas- sengers : Mesdames Barron, Rudd, Messrs Rudd, Lewis (2), Chappell, Barron, White, Sargeant, and 5 in the steerage.' Burns, Philp and Co., agents. March 24.-Adelaide, s, Captain Us- sher, from Southern ports. Passengers : Mesdames Staines, Lopez, A. Crisp, Messrs Martyn, J. Donaldson, McKar rall, J. Firth, Captain McGregor, and 41 Kanakas in the steerage. J. G. Fearn- ley, agent. March 2C-Wakefield, ' * s, "Captain freeman, from Geraldton. ; J. G. Fearn- ley, agent. March 26.-Arawatta, s, Captain F G. Lee, from Cooktown ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 31 March 1898

A.U.S.N. JÏO., Ltd. ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE. THE Steamers of thc above Company are intended to sail as under: Townsville. , Bowen Mackay .Rockhampton .Gladstone .Bundaberg ..MâyTjorough M'WODONGA, Brisbane I Sydney}! i 2nd. Melbourne (Adelaide," . (Albany {Freemantle !Geraldton' Cossack, and other West Australian ports ' Geraldton "\ Moaiflyan I Cardwell I PALMER, Dungeness j Townsville "* | TO-DAY Port Douglas \ Cooktown . I WODONGA, JThmsday Island \ ÎNormanton , j TO-DAY Burketown , I .Transhipping n Keppel Bay. {Transhipping at Cooktown. {Transhipping at Melbourne. Vor further particulars apply to BURNS, PHILP & CO., LIMITED, Agents. S.S. ^VIOTOItYi« (M «m ' ATHIS Steamer is now Employed for Attendance on Oversea Steamers at Fairway Beacon, and is also available for all lighterage and towing purposes. Special Terms to Picnic Parties and Friendly Societies, When in Attendance on Oversea Vessels a limited number of Passengers will be carried. FARE : 2s 6d, Adults ; Chil...

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