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Publisher's Notice. The Cairns "Post." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

Publisher's Notice. 4-« The Cairns "Post." I An Independent Journal ol North Queensland. An imp&nia\ roconlor of current events, mining developments in the Far North, Agricultural, .j»st» oral, social, shipping and genoral news. The "Post" has numerous and well-informed contributors in' the various centres of population throu- ghout North Queensland, and Special Correspondents in tho metropolitan I cities of the Commonwealth. Local- ly, it advocates, in tho first place and all the timo, tho requirements of the district in which it is establish ed, tho rich and extensive territory known aa tho /Cairns Hinterland. Its aim, from a political point of view, is to advocate the cause of ' Sound Progress, Just Government, I Constitutional Liberty, and tho en- couragement of Privato Enterprise and Individual Effort. Tho "Post" stands upon its merits as a "news-" paper, sjiccial care being taken to ^keep its renders well informed daily with regard to matters of interest in the Commonw...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

BRAND & DRYBROUGH, . CLEVELAND FOUNDRY, TOWNSVILLE, Engineers, Iron and Brass Founders, Iron Shipbuilders, and ' Boä|buiiders, Boilermakers, Coppersmiths: . ' PATENT, SLIP. . - ' , - '/ , '?'"? ; PLANS; j SPECIFICATIONS. and ESTIMATES ? Boats Slippcd^np to 500 Tons. , f. ' ? . '"for evoryxlass of work.- . , ?MINTNG'MACHTNERY^Slainper Batteries,Bcrdnn Pans, Shoes, Dies;' Cams, &c - SUGAR MACHINERY.-Vacuum Fans,: Triple Effects,- Coolers, Tanks,- etc, . ' - " -v.. .-..??-!..? ? . J ' ?', WELL-BORING .TUANTS.-Digostors, Cleaners, Coolers, Scnldcrs,ctc.i Meat Preserving Plants: . - ' FOUNDRY WORK.-Castings.in1 Iron cr Brass of all descriptions.. STATION REQUISITES.-Sheep and Cattle Troughing. Sluice: Valves for Dams, etc. ' ' ' REFRIGERATING PLANT. .. . : AGENTS.-Stewart & Lloyd's, Ltd.', Artesian AVell-boring Tubes: large stock on hand. Also Piping v - and Boiler Tubes, etc. . , . ^- ...... ..?.. =? . - Stewart &- Lloyd's L'on and Steel Plates-all sizes....

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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WOMAN SUFFRAGE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

WOMAN SUFFRAGE.             LONDON, Wednesday.     The "Daily News," commenting on thc large demonstration at the Queen's Hall in favor of Woman Suf- frage, urges the Liberal party to be bold and concede the demand which   would be an elementary act of juc-     tice to the women.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

Special Advertisements. Special Notice A WELL-KNOWN FACT ! Our Competitors are worried be auso the Sales of MCCRACKEN'S BEER are increasing monthly. Tho explanation is simple- The Public insist upon having MCCRAC- KEN'S ONLY because they know it is the BEST BEER BREWED IN AUSTRALIA, and the wise Publican has no time for cheap inferior Beere, but purchases MCCRACKEN1 S ONLY and thus increases his trade. Wright, Heaton & Co. Ltd,, QUEENSLAND AGENTS. J. S. Peppercorn, LICENSED HEAL PROPERTY AND CERTIFICATED MIN- ING SURVEYOR. Headquarters, Cairns. . Will undertake subdivision, Real '. Property or other surveys. ,;¡b(.-; Apply,J. Ct. HOARE, ' ^ > » ' Lake Street. - "-? B. 'k. BROWNE (Late of Melbourne.) FRENCH POLISHER AND CANE . WORKER. * Pianos a Speciality. . Orders sent care Bulcock Bros. will receive prompt attention. St. Margaret's Private Hospital, CAIRNS . The Building, has been designed and erected specially for tho pur- poses of affording the best possible Accommoda...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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THE TARIFF COMPLETED. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

THE TARIFF COMPLETED. Tho House of 'Representatives: has Jjrnctkully completed its revision ol the.Tariff, and though it is said that .over a half-a-million sterling lias hoon struck pff, it has to be remem- bered that unduly high, duties have the effect of ¡retarding conauroptipn, jand thc loss to ¡the Treasury is likely to be anything like so great ns the figures would at first sight indicate. Members have sat early and late, to get through, and as a natural eon sequence there have been a number of stormy scenes. However all will bc forgiven and forgotten in jubilation jot jthe completion of tho session's work. Whether tho country;will have occasion fdr equal gratitude remains to be seen. _ Some very important alterations in ¿he. tariff »-ere made during thc last iWstc^' Notable amaiigNt tHoeo im tjïe removal of the duty on, . magazines which caused so murh unpleasantness, ¡thc ) striking out of all duties on printing papers, and a very substan- tial reduction on thc exorbitant du...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

Opening of Christmas Novelties Suitable For Presentation Purposes, Now Complete. i Î BURNS, PHILP & COMPANY, LTD., J.H. ' ' ??!'....??..??? . * -Àrè-now showing.a large variety of the above goods, specially suitable ior the season of the year, and. now invite inspection ot same. The following departments will also present features' ot special interest to purchasers , '* at this festive season : . The BOOT Department : .Replete with English, American and Continental specialities The MILLINERY Department: Displays some of the finest models produced. The-CLOTHING anet GENTLEMEN'S Department shows a capital range of Summer Clothing, high-class Hats, MeritelJa Pyjama Suits, Silk Handkerchiefs/ French Neglige Shirts, Embroidered Socks, Ties, Uuderwear, &c, &c. Try Us for Furniture. ^.3'S"~ ^ We are the Right House: FOR;TJP-TO-DATE LINES OF FURNITURE AND '" HOUSEHOLD "RE i. V _ QUISITES. >\- Our ¡'Show* Booms contain the best selection in tho Trade, and our pricc...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

ÀKKIVAIi. Dí-cz 19.-Aramac, Captain W. C Thomson, from Melbourne via ports Passengers :-Mesdames ' Hides, Koo per and 2 children, Fowtrell, Hos. and child. Singleton, M. E. Pepper- corn, Willis and 2 children,. Manson and child; Misses H.'GUnimow, .Ivy Draper, M. Allen, Eileen Donovan, Dora Donovan, Hartley. Tiskey, . li. Kelly, Ai Shepherd, P. Shepherd, Henry, Nellie Kennedy, Louise House, Elsie House, Fanny House, Colljcrt ; Messrs K..O'Brien, Wm. Watters, .Ino Wattcrs, IL Watters, T. Marie. Mig- hell. A. Ord, D. Barry, P. Byrne. H. Shepherd," E. Stack, Kewell, Newell, O'Byrne, Quigley, Galloway, J. Bar- ry, L. Dooner, A. Gardner, A. Nich- olas, Armstrong, McGee, J. L. Bro die, Hunter, Tyrie. J. Kelly, Hentze, Vi. Henry,- B. Kruger, C. C. Oross,.: Minds, Hooper, E. Wood, Ted Sing, Fewtsell, J. E. Peppercorn, Huxley, Henry, Hunter, and Si in . thc steer- age. Burns Philp & Go., Ltd., ag- ents.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

PERFECT FEATURES % are spoiled by imperfect teeth Tho prettiest mouth loses its charm ii some teeth are missing and others are discolored or decayed. It is possible to have PERFECT TEETH They are daily made so at our ? SURGERY' ? - OUR SYSTEM OF DENTISTRY is the most successful and satisfac- tory.-All patiente are highly pleased with the quality of our work. A. W. McMANIS, (Late of Sydney), ^ ABBOTT STREET CAIRNS. DRESSMAKING MRS. E. C. HACK (late of Towns- ville) begs to advise the General Public-that she has started busibess as Dressmaker and guarantees every - satisfaction. - For full particulars apply to Mrs. , Hack, Corner of Lake and Florence streets, op. State School, Cairns. /Queensland Boarding Howe and Restaurant, ... SPENCE STREET, CAIRNS, Opposite J. L. Rheuben'a. " TWffiß MCINERNEY, Every Comfort and Convenience. .-- A Trial Solicited. THOMAS GRIFFITHS TIMBER MERCHANT* has also in stock handles for all purposes, in-, c'uding miners and navvies' axe, adze, and broom, now...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

^ÔHÉMîèl Walsh, J:Zt^QLétè Walsh & Co.), ; ESTABLISHED FORTY ODD YEARS. - At GympieÍ867;tCóóktó\vn 1874, "Gái'rns and Smithfield 1876,- Port Doug- las 1877, Herberton1888, Mareeba 1893, Atherton & Mt. Molloy 1902. Licensed Auctioneer, Wholesale Produce Broker. Coastal, Inland, and Southern Produce, handled. ? Original Producers " :'? ^ treated with. .: "., -, MAIZE A'SPECIALITY.' . v.ennrnl-Mining, Forwarding, Customs; Shipping, Insurance (Fire and Ma- rine),-. Commission Financial,. Squatting/ House, tomi, arid 'Estate Agent.. Horse and Cattle .Salesman: - . . '.. Propertics,JnspectcHi,:Itcpiorted,thcreoti,'aiKl Valuations Given. Kents Collected .for Owners and, Absentees. Mines Floated or Sold Wholesale. Timber Broker Selections situate 6n the^Harron, 3[itchcll,^I)aintoKi,,^ossman;;! ;fMowbray;' Bloomfield, and Tully Rivers, .-whose , celebrated Scrub .arid-. fForcst Lands" produces m laTge quantities. Red Cedar, Red Beach. Silky Ofik, Kauri and Hoop Piuc. Hean Tre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

FREE TO THE lt you suffer from Deafness, Head-noisra, Ring- ing in thc Kars, ot any other car disease, and desire a complete ami permanent cure, write nt once to the »EAROSCOPt INSWUIE," 90 Pill Street, SVDWr. N.S.W., for a free pamphlet, fully de. 5cribin¡; an entirely new, self applied method, 2l!'í£ltiSÜ!..l£lKa£Í2^au V*tl*» ***** oo»t Ira* MALO Of Christmas Goods (JUST LANDED) AT . . R. H. KELLY'S. YOU ARE INVITED TO INSPECT THE LATEST SHAPES STYLES pi Meicery, Boots and Shoes. AND Splendid Tailored Suits, Neglige and Tennis Shirts. Latest Productions in Hats. ? Dainty Neckwear, Silk Handkerchiefs. Hose, Gloves, Umbrellas, Gladstone, Hit, and Brief Bags, in all sizes. . BOOTS AND SHOES'. For Men, Women and Children, Tiie Houre for Footwear of High Quality nt Popular Prices. Stylish, neut fitting, and comforefitlo. AH thc Latest Toe Shaj)es to Choose from in all the approved Leathers. When you consider a person's comfort . you are suro to ; hit on thc right present. That is why o...

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Federal Politics. Our Melbourne Letter. (From Our Special Correspondent). MELBOURNE, Dec. 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

Federal Politics. : Our Melbourne Letter. ¡ (From Our .Special Correspondent). . , , MELBOüBNin, Dec. 9th. ' -,iieiorp this, readies^ your. .rcadcrs;." tliéy 'ïw|ill'.]mpw:.whether?. the. expecta-, lions that tho tariff will- have passed; the House of, Représentatives by the "end of the -week have been, realised. ITlis wilL bring members to tho 14th!" «if;this;month, and if they like to'sit ii" week longer;, before the Christmas adjournment,, tiey.; can.comfortably, get tho business out of hand, and de. part ..for their homes with a. kñow I ledge that the taxing¡ chamber bas xleclarcd its ¿pinions, and that though alterations way yet follow, they aré not likely to ,bo of,.the..first import Si'hù, past week has seen great pro-, gross made, but hot without' thc. in- evitable postponement, As I hinted iii my last notes it soon became clear that the committee had no- intention of giving to. the iron' industry the, be- nefit both of a, bonus and also of' a high-protective duty. There is ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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The State Elections. Latest Developments. (By Telegraph). BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

The State Elections. Latest Developments. (By Telegraph). BRISBANE. ThursiW As showing tho serious nature oi~ the friction between the South Bris- bane Workers' Political Organisation' and the Kidston party over Mr. Kid-, stbn's selection of the Hon. Peter Airey, for. South Brisbane it is under- stood that the South Brisbane W.V O'" has written to Mr. Kidston dcclinim/. to agree to Peter Airey's selection, and intimating that they will decline to have anything to do wieh Airey or make any further attempt to work with Mr. Kidston, nnd that they will r«m their own candidate. Huxham, in ileDondentlv of the Kidstonite nortv. This week's "Worker," commenting" vin tho friction between Mr. Kidston and the South Brisbane- W.lf.O. says r "If Kidston' ls anxious to avoid ' "clashing" he must not seek to fniar-. ter his "Hats" on. Labor. The pre- sentation of Peter Airey to a Labor organisation was a deadly insult. WARWICK, Thursday. A meeting of electors interested in securing the.return ot a...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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DEATH OF "JOE" FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

DEATH OF "JOE" FORBES. A telegram /rom Childers1 j received late on Wednesday night nwt which appeared in yesterday's 'Tost" con- veyed the sad news of the death of Mr. J. W. Forbes, a bank manager whose, name some years ago was a household word among all classes and conditions of people in Cairns. Llw . latear. Forbes was manager of the - .Q.'N,'. ilank here for many years, and '" W<«r l. L /,,. mr m nnnillor I., "I « uv,.^._ officer und townsman never breathe» Known to his legion of friends a ."Joe" Forbes, the deceased was Im . hearted, kind and generous to fault, and was a general favorit "* with all classes In tho community Shortly after the bank crisis in 189H the Iftte Mr. Forbes* left the service c (Jip.- Q-N. Hank, and subsequent)' joined the Dank of North Queensland Through his death, his eldest sar Hector, becomes heir' to the Laird c Colloánn, . On thc occasion of th« late- -Mc., Forbes' departure fron Caipa» he was entertained at one o ; the largest, most ent...

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SUGAR PRODUCERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

SUGAll PRODUCERS' CONFER- . ENCE. . The .onferencc of the Australian Sugar Producers' Association, which wns to have commenced on the 16th January, has been postponed till the 13th February, the Secretary of the Association, Mr. G. H. Pritchard, having consented so contest the Her- bert scat at the forthcoming elec- tions, ant\ ón account of tho elections ~-befog-iit-Uc-i-»'t'dcc place early in me ,,,yea«v Mr, A. J, Draper, President oi the Australian Sugar Producers' As- sociation, will arrive in Brisbane just prior to the meeting, leaving Cairns on the 9th January nnd: /travelling ,via Cooktown and tho Pacific Isiandb.

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Secrets of the Perfumery Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

Secrets of the Perfumery Trade. Tho town ot Grasse, in ll« Jtivieraol France, a few miles from Cannes, u t hc cen- tre oi the richest perfume products in the "world. For miles und miles of that, soft southern land fields of flowers surround thc high mountain village tc which »hey are liu allyNbroUght, that they may yield their frag-, rant lives in tho dark perfume factories with which Grasse abounds. . y The day was perfeot when wc set out from Cannes one morning to visit this . home of perfumes. Climbing, climbing ever, np tho hard zig- zag mountain road, past acres oí Howers, with the peasants weeding, watering, or burn- ing brushwood amoug them, wa reached the village, and turned down, « »»HOW. dark lane lined with stony .walis vmtil wo reached the little -doorway; íoadiñg into the factory ol B,ru.no,t Court, probably the best known of all the perfume-makers of Grasse. ' Jn a long underground chamber were rows ot tables entiroly covered by layers of- fresl (at takon from beef or ...

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The £: s: d of the English Derby. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

I The £ s s : d of the English Derby. Tne Derby is the biggest money-cnangei in the world. It is also one o! the greatest ot oar national events, lt is tho king ot race meetings, and anyone who is the lucky win- ner of the Blue riband of thc Turf is certain- ly reckoned ns one of Fortune's favourites.. It is computed that the average amount of money that changes hands' on Derby Day is £3,140,600, to say nothing ot the enormous sums spent in training and buying the horses/ and on the jockeyswho ride them. But now to account for the way the money is spent. A scries of careful calculations lias been gon« into, and the result shows that tho. yearly average attendance has been some 150,000 souls. To b(";iii with, everyone has to get to li,.ajm, ondit lakes money to get there. Those going by road employ 6,200 vehicles, including coaches, carriages, hansoms, brakes, and miscellaneous small vehicles, counting the coster's humble harrow and donkey-shay. ¿In all, those noiiig hy wheel number ...

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Our Miscellany. THE EDITOR'S SCRAP BOOK. Interesting Gleanings from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

THE EDITOR'S SCRAP BOOK» i Interesting Gleanings from Various Ä Sources. «j . Vanadium steel ia a new steel which ha» thc peculiar property of becoming harder aa it gets hotter ; it is made by the admixture oí chemical matter with the metal. Most steel tools will becomo soft if they are worked till they grow very hot, but the increase ot temperature acts in a directly opposite way on vanadium steel. This fact is of enormous advantage to machinists. . . . A statistician hns had the patience to count the number of words employed by the most celebrated writers. The works of Moliere do not contain more than 8,000 different words. Shakespeare wrote all his tragedies and comedies with 15,000 words. Voltaire and Goethe each employed 20,000. " Paradise Lost \] contains only 8,000, and In the Old Testament not more than 5,643 different words are used. " . . . . . ; ' ? * Thc largest cacti in the world are found in j Mexico. The curions bristling spiked plants common in greenhouses give littl...

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TRAIN ACCIDENT. LISMORE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

TRAIN ACCIDENT. LISMORE, Thursday. Three trucks got loose to-ojay »»u rou down a steep grade into Casino station. «The trucks were smashed to-pieces. The stationmaster in at- tempting to apply the brake, »was dashed to thc ground and .Severely bruised at: out thc face.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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FREE EVERY MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

FREE EVERY MONTH." I Every day in the month, until fur I thor notice I will cive a numbered ticket with every . purchase ' made at 'my Drug Store, which will entitle the holder to a chance of gaining a val- uable gift. December prizes aro: 1st, Set carvers ; 2nd, Cruet ; 3rd, Jam Dish. Winning numbers in lo- cal papers and in window first day .ofl en rh month. Winning numbers, November competition :-1st, 5135 % 2nd, 5054 ? 3rd, 1409. (Drawn by W. Barnwell, Es-|.). Lennon, Chem- ist (By examination). Abbott St. (next Draper's),'Cairns. . . An. Indian owed ; an account to an' [American merchant, aiüUcamc An. one jiday to pay. After doing so he want- ed a reccipc. In vain tho merchant i told him a receipt was ^unnecessary, j "Me muss have to show mc owe you Inotlung," said tho Indian. "Mc go to heuven an;ilu>:Lord nsk.Injun- if ho 'pay debts, fnjun say yes.-Lord ask 'Jnn»- whore is receipt. - ..'What Injun .do?. 5Cnn't go1 nil over hell- to look lor.^-ou."- He got thç receipt. ?¡?if...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

The Central. Craig and (Just next door to the . Q.N. Bank, . Abbott St.). , v - . For Xmas and Now Year; Cards, and, .?».. Post ;Cn«I.i;-'Autograph" .Albums^' Post Card Albume, Writing Casts, ? Purses, Hand Bags, cts. Silver Mounted Pipes vin cases, To ' laceo- Pouches, Cigar and Cigar .? otto" Holders, and Cases. : ' Plenty^.of- other nice tilings suitable as presents'for lady or gentleman. . DIARIES for 190S. You get the best goods and thc the > best value at .'THE CE NT EAL." p^ypi^WARKi rVLLLT O JU AMERICAN, & Soda Fountain ! LJ IS NOW IN FULL SWING j j\\ ICE COLD SODA. . . . > :,? ,¿ " = -, j (Qi I ' ¿V . ' . FULL:FLAVOURED -AND FIZZY UUMJJCJ] DRINKS. I At tho Fountain.end of thc ,Phur macy you will' find a . choice variety ),nt^Pai^HB...,>Oirtifoctipnqi3^ nn.5LIaPSX packets. 1 ? .??? -. ' ¡ '- r. <. KELLY'S DRUG STORE, Lake Street; TO Speculators, Timber Merchants, Dairy Farmers & Others. important High Class Freehold Property, Near Barron F...

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