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C[?]irns Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

-, * Witts '.*l*n>j-jrj«s Ás^iatiÁn. À LARGELY attended meeting of the above association was held on Tuesday afternoon, at New TatteisaiTs Hotel, Mr. D. Patience in.the chair.. . .¿:» Vr;* . : ^-"'ir^/ri The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The inward correspondence waa read and received;* »ni va» *. "oilpws.t--I.etter from the Undersecretary fdr WdrTcs, in reply te a request that Mr. W. & 0;.Hilï be ap> pointed goldwarden of the MulgraVe g'old ?W'InSfef'îh? ife T^ffitiijffi nfdî; "U "t"wae founathat Mr. Hill's other duties had prevented hiui -visiting .Uie.Jtteld as often as was deenied necessary, he only having been able, to make one vkit lo the. field* in fourteen "months T and further inti- mating that Mr. Towner would visit the field periodically, and when necessary hold a Warden's Court at Cairns, to prevent incon- venience to the winers. Letter from the Fn&$d&efefe»fy tor. Posts and Tt»li'B*aphs, in reply to a request .for...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

Our Brisbane Letter. (rsux ouK own coK&KuroaDKXT.) LAST week waa s qeiet one ia " PtoTiimcnt. Ta* l*en*ial*iive Council bas adjourned for a »j..ej-«"«-.in> iii«j«ni»y «»r »?uuti 'tn" the' Assembly were suffering so much from a severe form of cold, which is very prevalent here at present, that they were unable to speak, consequently thc business was rushed through in an unprecedented mannpr for the beginning of the. session The Payment of Members Bill, Additional Members Bill, and one or two minor bille passed through the Assembly, and are now waiting for the approval of -the Upper House. . This week I expect the debates will be a little more lively, aa the Elections Bill is down for its second reading, and it is scarcely likely that members of thc Opposition, who know so well what the decision of the Committee of Elections and Qualifications would ba if ever they were brought befóte it» wiH consent to enlarge the powers of that political tribunal so far as to enable it to...

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APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE MONTH ENDING AUGUST 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

APPROXIMATE TIMES OF : HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS, . Poa THE MONTH ENDINO AUGUST SC. j Morning. 7 ¿0 8 S) 9 20 li) 10 h. m.. ll 19 ll SO - S - « 1 IS Î 0 Î SO 3 S3 5-11 iMorniiig-. ll 15 ll 55 - li - 5*

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

ARRIVALS. 1 Jttly23.-GLureror&, s.s.. Capt. Lc«, from Bri* umj, ti i ports. Passengers - M-r*. fsrtr!dx/\ Woiilcoot. and 9 steeriire. . , , July 23.-G!anwortK **s.'. Capt. Lee, from Cóok- i to«n. via IVrt Ifcnuias-. issssa««-Miss FVMi Mr. M-.Y-íil.an.t 15 sierra-e. imlf «.-Quinina s.s., Capt. S^tea, fron» Mel hanrno, vii Sydney, BrjiMAA ¿ail ports. Passun-.-ers --Mrs, Clark and cliiM, Mrs. Kennedy and child. JUDÍVMM.. Bill. Miss Cnrrin-jton, Mi« Her- bert. Mi« HA>«S. Messrs. Keaae.lv. C. H. Tavlor, ClirS. W. SpU*-, Bobers.L. M. Bord. E. E. Brown, £.>Jerdin, i'orbes, Lúiscll, Tasman. S. JvmUht, Horton. T. EelLiir, W. Barrett, T. Evan», Äotlett, Master Bashford, and 0 steera;». July Ä- Burdekin. s.s.. Capt. Keir, «om Tow*s' Tille. via Johnstone Hirer, »»«««-s^-iiäseis. Warren. O'Halloran, ind 2 i* steeWjji.

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IMPORTS. EX GLAN WORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

IMPORTS. Ex GLAU WORTS. j Consigned to Banu, Philp and Co.-1 trank I draptrr, t parcel, 1 case drapery. Cvkwi^n^L to Anderson and M'Coonibe.-3 keg* 1 Wt«r. I C»u>il)ranl to Pyrtaud 8a**r C<M»xpa\n«.-? r**»*. Mlaco'lnrteoav-1 csttmm »ATC»J» 1 «Wi, *© oaten clian, 10 do, 1 V»xvl tama «BUS. 1 do sundries, 1 dd opium (value ¿51). Ida (ralue AtUO). 1 do candles, 1 »lo lujvr vnuwv 3 da jar I*J p ir. ld) sauce. 1 do wn «(nV*« I ¿«ackaters Ironware. 1 basket rice» 12 c**c< oil, 1>| «Ii» wv, 10 i-dies ti tea, 3 ha»;* treen peas. 1 as» I v«jruiocilIa. 1 do «Ut beans, 1 do salt eirtfs, 3 tf»rftCÍ3 I *sibhag«î, :î bandle crackers, I caso sunca, 4 Hue« rice, ' 1 OWÎ wine, 1 puekupa bask'Lr, 1 case sundries, 1 juciiiru oxnam (rahu» (rtfl), £ bags beans, 2 cades soy, 1 lusket cabbage 1 «#st: sausages, . do China wiue. Hale mat tiiijr, I packajre Uuiiboo bais, G cases sun dri^*, 1 jar do, 1 package ornum (value 4£5), 1 dray, 1 lue Iwrwtis.-* liaras. Philp and Co., agents...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] QUEENSLAND. HERBERTON, JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

j i ¿j. jwmm. ovmàn loàÊmm^mij :i A ' ~.- HcSKKBTOIf, Jalj 89. ; Mmtweemm^ot the Pr<ajre*Ti Association gate to Bmbajie,>oaAa*»ce teiajr eater, taiaed that tae.Goreraaieat will fanU their promises... " The assetus*-' waa awr^aaaiasons on |gfee s*]»*»*. ,SÏ>Ï-:W h&2Fit*¿ ? ... .Csusma .Towns, Mhr ¿a TV falloch* tm theroswlu of ThwswaWr »j>a Friday's rarsas; at th» aasssil ssni.liaay: First Day.-Sires' Pw lan Matea: Faa Ta* Milt Wir-Msatirip. HpafahaVssl 1, Mr I^a^EsiMMreX laaW Braoflet: Meaasa 1. j»s»* V Bato"»* *.. Mmmt.rmj,^ Elsinore I, My Lore 2v Roste à Í)is¿rut Cnn« Xeamactet 1, Semi Í. Second Day - : atafeten Plate t Idle Girl 1. Calif? .rnia 2, j Assayer 3. Murdie l*a*e"; TatípíA H *"¿¿r light 2. Osear v». C^yrSfrtrV»» Stakes: Merv 1. Uarkaway *, Ç*MM*JS 3. Towers Jockey Cltih U¡md*(*p bi 500 sovs: Ben Bolt 1, Fetraatt 4» Medusa - 3. Publicans* Purse: Elsinore 1. Idle Girl 2, Orestes 3. Members Vn[>= M,oogT*ui 1. Send 2. Ha*»**»» Ù. Korced Handi...

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CABLE MESSAGES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

CABLE MESSAGES. (raoM oim.owjr COBEESPOSDEVTS.) EUBOFXAH WKWa. LOSDOX, Joly 21. A* Berions' collision oeem-red qS tbx^wñ8» ~ coast l>etwaen_ the. steamer .."Cheerful and.. H.J*3. ' Í iraedo denot ahip>Hesl4¿¿ LT^e | former sank, and 13 persons were "drowned. ' Sir Saul Samuel bas taken the initiative in the establishment of a parcels post be tween7«r»a~ Britain ann ; the '>sn4rala»aj ' colonies:'' Thc ^A£vnt-(f*m#rnl wHF wtoelhe Posarasua^äestetsl aiazs; wjsefc l»««fH <a the subject.- ? ~ . - - It ib announced that the Cabinet bas had under discussion fresh proposals in reference to the possession of Zulacar. . ....... lt is reported that Busaia' has obtained authority from the Corean Government for . the temporary occupation of the island of Quelpart, - at the entrance' to - the Yellow Sei. . .?., y. The marriage of the Princess Beatrice with 'Prince Henry of . Battenburg was yesterday solemnised at Whippingham Church, Isle of " Wight. The Queen gave the bride a...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

- - .':;- tl^movuwM. Jul» Ü3. I Hr. Richardson declared in the Assembly yesterday tt^in,sonse«iiU!»r*> «tf th- ftnding I of tbö EUiuu Iii tue land scandal he would resign his position ns a member of the Ex I ecutive Council, by virtue of which he was a justice of the peace. The steamer Parramatta, which arrived I yesterday, brought four more members' of j the New South Wales contingent who had been left at Colombo. ! July 27. ! There is every pfóbattill*? tf.vteps feing taken to Organise an Australian team, Under the auspices of the Melbourne Cricket Club, to visit England during the time of the forthcoming Colonial and Indian Exhibition. i About a month ago the Premier communi [ ca ted with the South Australian Government, asking if they were willing to contribute to- wards the cort of erecting 100 miles of Ter niin-proof fencing along the northern bound- ary of South Australia and Victoria, the lessees of thc mallee country having repre- sented that the erection, of ft fence wa...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

NEW SOUTH WALES. STOKKT, Jiilv23. A meeting of the friends of Capt. Walker was held at the Boyal Hotel last night for the purpose of expressing confidence in him. and sympathy with bim ia connection with the wreck of the Cahors. Mr. Dalley occu- pied the-chair, and poid a high tribute of respect to Captain Walker's character. Reso- lutions were passed expressing deep and sincere sympathy in his present misfortune, and opening a subscription list to provide a fond for his relief. The' sum of JtSSQ was subscribed in the room. July 24. A* a meeting of the National Shipwreck Relief Society it was resolved that gold and silver medals be presented *o those officers and crew of the Cahors who were actually engaged transhipping passengers from the wreck °f the Cahors to the Uurwau. Gold medals - will be presented to those who in- curred the greatest risk. It was also re- solved to present a testimonial to Captain South in recognition of the skill and judg- ment he displayed. . Parliament ha...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

Local Items. The vacancy caused in the rebresMltatioH j of Copk"byv1*é insçlvènôy" cf Mr. TKinSa ¡ Campbell, the júnior member, has set all political parties on the gui ripe, and several names are mentioned as likely candidates j for the seat. Among the more local and I authentic are Messrs. F. T. Wimble and E. j A. Kingsford, whilst Mr. Lumley Hill is mentioned ai a likely outside candidate"' ". '?' We are informed that the Australasian ! Steam Navigation Company have appointed Mr. C. J. Smith, of their JTowneliue branch, to reprisent thsiil at this pott] Va tile place' of Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co., who -re- linquish the agency on becoming the agents of the Queensland Steam Shipping Company. Thc change, we understand, wiU toko^efïect from the'end of August. : Commander O.P. Heath,E.K.,portmaster, arrived iá the Government launch' Pippo' oh Saturday moruing from the Johnstone ¿iver, and having completed his nsnal. inspection^ proceeded the same Hiv for Port Douglas.' Before leavi...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

3f% #aini£ flout. THURSDAY, JULY 30, 18S5. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. TUE question'ot additional "representa- tion for the Cook district in the Legis- lative Assembly bas at length emerged into the field of practical politics, ¡»lid is at leugtb drawing that attention which a subject pf such great import- ance should have had directed to it long since. The recent pnblic expres- sions giren rent to here and at Cook- town are signs that the peoplo are awakening to their neglected condition, and are beginning to feel how unequal a Toice they"' hare in the direction of the affairs of the colony, of which otherwise they form an influential por- tion, lt would he difficult to lind a follower of either political party hardy enough to assert that the Coot was' either , sufficiently; or abljr represeuted. Its population-entitles, it to a greater voice IU the Assembly, and the conflicting interests of some of its districts, which are all merged into the one electorate, give ifcj members th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

"TEE CMS POST." A WKEKLT JOURNAL, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. The CAI2NS TOST affords an excellent medium, lioth to Local and Southern Adver- tisers, being widely circulated throughout the Colonies, especially Brisbane. Towns- ville, Wild River, Goldsborough, George- town, Iutrham, Mackay, Cooktown, Charters Towers, Port Douglas, and Geraldton dis- tricts. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION NORTH OF TOWNSVILLE. Guaranteed 700 Coptes Each Issue. Prices-raid in advance, 21s per annum ; Us Cd per quarter ; Booked, 2Cs per annum. ADVERTISEMENTS : Ono Ineh (eight lines). 4 0 Every Subsequent Inch. 2 0 Special terms for three, sir, and twelve months. li VERY XVESCKIPTIOX OÏ> PRINTZ1VG mm ii tmm m 'AT LOWEST KATES, AND EQUAL TO SOUTHERN SPECIMENS. Especial care and attention will be given to this branch, while promptness can always be reefed upon. ' The plant contains all the latest American and English type novelties, as well as the most improved .-team machinery. WALL, ALLEN AND CO., PROPR...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

Birth.   AH CHOW.-July 26, at her residence, Sachs-street, Cairns, the wife of Ah Chow, of a son.  

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Cairms Herberton Railway. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

PUBLIC MEETING. A ponuc meeting, convened on reqoisiton «OB t*e dtiatna, wi snèsHn % Tow» Bril, Tin, t*m*»g 4aav3e 'a.isn»Ä<aW E. A. Kingsford) presiding. ? The meeting w«"ve»y'ta>i^rjKe*t»ded, the Hall a few minnies after the appointed hoar for as- sembling being well filled with the most xeprasentntiTe - acá ; naanánoaa .gathering that . baa ¡arar been brought together in Cairns."-''""" V- ~""'-~ . , The Major, in opening the proceedings, rand the radiation >e had Nnm^ùd ex- plained-the 'object of'the meeting, which waa toaafuiat Mr. Alderman Wiaahle aadJtr. Tomi .Thoasaa aa ' à deportation'to-represent Cairns in Brisbane on railway mattera. Be ferring to the baainess before the meeting, ha asid it; waa giatUsàag to aaa ao large a nhsmhv_ofresi<lent8present. It had soeae -tiaaea ^^asia ihit^'ae^^ Csirs« were an-a«Mtt;aad alow iafkaakiagh after their, ¿a» ata and diftded îa»*^ ïaem selves, bat the present steering gare the lie to .aaah- surtiríais;:said ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM I lUVKATIOjrCOIIPANY. rpHE Company'« Bimmen leave thb port EVERY THURSDAY TOR NORTHERN POETS, .ad EVERY SATURDAY EVENING FOE I SOUTHESK POETS. Tor Fare« aad gsAnvoJ IVeight. apply at tile Coaroany'* own OS re, at Wharf. BUBXS, PHILP aad CO. (Lrarr«»), Agnats. Incorporated ander "Ta« Companies Act," isla. B ANKE BS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital ... 41,000,000 Paid-up Capital ... 300,000 Reserve Fund ... ... 185,000 Gold bought or f orwardrd to lae Mint «or Aamj. Interest allowed oat Fixed Deposita at Current Rate«. Draft* iasnsd OB Head OMee, Braach«« aad Agenta. Advance* ??dr against Tin aad other Producá, aad all «thar Banal banking business transacted. WM. CHAS. SMITH. »ger. Caira« Braach. " rjWS HERBERTON. ADVERTISES." A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednesday* and Saturday*. Tenue-10* per quarter, or Jt£ animally, in advance. The ** Advertiser" ha« a large circulation, aad claim* to be a reflex of the Wild Biver tia, «¡Iver, and c...

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DEPASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 30 July 1885

DEPASTURES. 3u1y 23.-Glamvortu. sj., Capt.I«c, forCooktown, Y~l Tort Djui-lus. l'asscnjers-Eev. II. T. Eob j >!iui, Dr Hatton, Hiusr*. Harrold, C. Walsh, Sam Sunr, and 4 ste'rage. July ¿5. - Maranoa, SJ.," Capt, Hampton, for Sydney, via Brisbane and x>orts. July iF.-GUawortli, s.s., C=pt. LÍO. for Brisbane, Ttl ports. Fas3e i-.-crs-Mrs. Cox, ami 5 storage. July ¿7. -gair-_i:ii. sj.. Capt. M'Litia, for Mel l»i.irn>, via Port Donólas. Brisbane. Sydney.-aad ports. P.u--ej:..-»r3-Mus MUllan, Mr. and Mis. iXhl'l Clarke, »nd 4 i t st«jra=re. July a.-Burdekin, SJ.. Capt. Keir, for Tonms ri le, vi» JolüHtoue Eiver. Pasaeajrers-Mr. M'J waiuo, aad i in steerage.

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Our European Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 August 1885

Our European Letter. I - I 1 irsou ora own coasii.ïroKtotxt.) 1 Tak defeat of theGoVurniacut is the latest political s nsHtion, and on a point that all thought they could carry without difficulty. Of course the further taxation of spirit« und bew wm uapirbfer with t very large nuni U* of the r«}nprS; but it «ita not supposed that ils ¡fejuctrria would be couriered suf ?uhmMy important to cause the resignation of the Gov. rnment, as it did not directly impeach their polieyr~rut ouly disagreed with their method of raking money to meet the necessary expenses. A meeting bad been held in Hide Park, ut which several thousands of working men bad pursed a jvsolution against the increase of the above duties, and the Chancellor of the Exchcqn. r had altered his btidpet «> th it toe .1Jdition.1l duty cn spirits should be Is per gal-on in* stead of 2*, :is he at first proposed, und that the increased beer duty shou.'d not contiu«v alter May next; ami he- ?\*&i rtliti-d that it **S to...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 August 1885

VICTOHIA. Mxxnoussx. July 31. Tenders were received yesterday for the completion of the front of the new Parlia- ment Houses. Four tenders were sent in, that of Mr. Pigdon being the lowest. The amount for the complete structure, including the dome, wa» 4217.075. aad exclusive of the dome. 415C.0OO. The Government have not decided which tender to except. A married woman named Simmonds, a resi- dent of St, Kilda, fell down in a bed-room in the Niagara Hotel at Sandhurst, and jammed her neck between the door and the bedpost. 8he was unable to extricate her- self, and was suffocated. August 1. The proposal to send a team of cricketers to Enghnd was considered at a meeting of the committee of theCrcket Association, and H was unanimously decided that the time .w*w «answtwae tor ssEss-ptâng the ¡avisatton received from the leading English cricketers. Initiatory step will shortly be taken for otwanhnng an eleven. The sentence of the Const Martial on the Queenscliffe mutineers belongiag to t...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 August 1885

I MW SOUTH WAU!. ' .' I 8n»n, JulyffO. The Church of England Synod last night resolved sot to authorise the establishment of n sianrhood in the diocese is consort ion with the church. Arrangements are being made by the mili- tary aathorities for hokssg s review os as extensive seale at Moore Park os the ISth Angus*. The ngwlar and volunteer fasces, numbering altogether four tim-»nd. will take part Steps are ah» being taken for the coamhrte orgassmrion of the Volunteer Force reserve earps throughout the colony, numbering at present net Jess than three tk on send. It is eonsdentlv aswstpnted that this Bamber will be amatdenbly added to, aa enlisting is still ai iii i> esma. Aageet 1. The atetare is the Sydney Art, Gallery, which «se tes entry msfèsaaed by .fete trui- te«, as a replica of Miss Thompson's famous "Ball Call.'! has been diacoveasd te be mermy a cop* S7 a Frene* artmt. seaTm* a replica at n0. The picture/ however, has not yet been paid for. as the trnstuts re- quired pr...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 August 1885

Out llrisbane Letter. (noa ou» owa coKncaroxoEXT.) I told you in one of my last letters that I believed you are likely to have a vacancy in the representation of" the Cook soon, and I um sorry-to say that it has come to pass. Mr. Campbell bos been declared insolvent, and so I suppose a wiit for the efectiva, of a new uicuihcr will be issued »liottly-. t don't know that it will matter ranch politically who you «cud down, i« no new mew>l#r would at present be likely t» «terdse much influence in Parliament, lacc-pi to kee») the Government up tu the ir-.r« with regard.to your railway constrn.cion, a» the Ministry have got «ttch a luair.ñiy thfit cue vote more orhís«ui¡ike8no<.Uifercnr. to them; still. I should advise *cndia<- a local man, as then your wants would or Wept before the House, which it must be . emitted has not been ilonu hitherto. The er-^j. of $", vaxt y^ has b.«n the °Perlug of the first iwlwl iff the Logan %ilway as far im Ltemlcign, about ÏÏ «ni...

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