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"NOT UNDERSTOOD[?]" [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

"NOT UNDERSTOOD''-' That pathetic little poem of T. H. 'our lirais experience Les un CH"* lo "t£e* truth of every word. There is anoth- er poem "not understood" and that ia tho "Great Yaghws Nltibur"-. poem of comfort and relief. This is unknown to many poor sufferers and not understood by those who don't muller any more than is the discov- erer. But they had better take time by the forelock, and understand that it is the name of the Crowning Point in Liniments, rarely failing to give ease even where it does not effect a perfect cure. If it does not, nothing will. So, when you get Rheumat- ism, Sprains, Stiff Joints, or any sort of pain try Great Yoghce Niti hur Liniment, and you will under- stand it« value. It is only 2/6, but is worth its weight in silver. The Great Yoghce Ointment, too, must be understood to be thc best yet pre- pared, and only 1/6; and the Great Yoghee Cachets arc the best thing for bronchial troubles-price, 1/6 per box. Prepared only by the Great Yoghee Nitibur...

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

FURNITURE Best Quality ! Newest Designs ! Lowest Prices ! Write * for Quotations. BEDSTEADS. ..... In, endless designs, either Four | posterior Half Tester,rv-- 4ft. Oin., 3ft. 6in., 3ft., and 2ft. 6in. / ' . ? : ? ; i MATTRESSES. Of every size, either in wire, Kapoc or Fibre. v . My new premises; 33ft., by 160ft., are" fully stocked with every re- quisite necessary for a well furnished house. SILKY OAK, CEDAR AND PINE Bedroom Suites,' -Wardrobes, Chests | of Drawers, Duchess Chests, Toilet i Tablesi Washstands, and Side-1 boards. STRAW SUITES. The very latest for the Tropic«. BAMBOO AND 'PITH SUITES, WICKER WARE. RATTAN CHAIRS AND LOUNGES. My selection is good. Inspect for yourself. BAMBOO BLINDS : In ali sizes. CROCKERY arid GLASSWARE :. At Bedrock prices. . TOILET SETS.-A Speciality. LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS & RUGS. KITCHEN WARE, ENAMEL WARE. TUBS, BUCKETS & BRUSHWARE. .STOVES. CUTLERY and E.P. WARE. , , SADDLERY & HARNESS. SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, stocked when p...

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

Can You Spare a Penny ? Then send us a Post Card asking for our CATALOGUE, a complete Gulda to ECONOMICAL FURNISHING. , . jy Our large connection enables us to ofter you " THE THINGS YOB'VE <BEEN WANTING," at Prices which aro nbtTbbstaclo to your securing them., ?.,...!.-. ..' ?;. ?????? !? When you've got them, you've got tho BEST. You can purchase^ as easily from us as you can from the Storekeeper in your own town-but you'll get-tho'benefit of a larger and moro varied. stock, which - country Houses cannot possibly offer. DUCHESS CHESTS-25/-, 80/, 10/, and,upwards. .DOUBLE BEDSTEADS-35/-, -10/-, 45/-, 50/-, 60/-, SO/-, and upwards. : -. CHAIRS-4/-, 6, 5/6, 6/-, 7/6. ?: TBITTON'S, ... BHsbäne / GEORGE STREET COMPLETE ÎFTJOÎ.lNrZSELEÏÎ, GEO. WILCOX & CO., Townsville. Cash Bayera Marsupial Skins, Hides, Sheepski ris, Tallow, Wool, Hair, Horns, Bones, and all Meatworks and Station Produce. k l~ ,-' », <?' COUNTRY BUTCHERS consigning to our 'Agent, Cairn», ...

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

Coolgarra Athletic Club " Sports to he held at Coolgarra MONDAY, DECEMBER 23rd, 1907. ' £50 . PEO GRAMME ' £50 OPEN HANDICAP, of £13. First £10 ; second £2 ; third £1. Dis , . tance 100 yards. Norn. 6/-, ac- ceptance 3/-. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, of £25. First £20 i second £3 i third £2. Distance 130 yards. Norn. 10/-, accep. 5/-.. ? : . , CONDITIONS. Nominations for Open and Sheffield Handicaps to be in the hands oí the Secretary on Monday, December 9th, together with last two years'- per- formances, if none tho last \ six starts. Runners can nominate and accept for Open and Sheffield .Handicaps for £1. Acceptances cloSo SATURDAY, December 21st, 1907. ROBT. ANDERSON, , ' Hon, Sec. For Sale . STANNARY HILLS PRIVATE TOWNSHIP,. Nos. 15,16, £20 each 5 Nos. 17, ia. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, .24, £15 each ; Nos. 29 to 48, £10 each; No. 49, £70 ; Nos. 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, £10 each Subsection B.-Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, £12/10 each; Nos, 7, 8, 9, 10, ll, £10 each. Subsection C.-Nos. 1 and 2, £15 eac...

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THE REASON WHY DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES CURE INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, AND ALL STOMACH TROUBLES, [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

THE REÀSOÎÎ ' WHY DB. SHEL- DON'S' DIGESTIVE TABULES CUBE. INDIGESTION, DYSPEP- SIA. AND ALL STOMACH TROU- BLES; Is that they actually contain all of the natural digestants as found IL. a healthy . stomach. .., Unlike many so-called ? indigestion cures,'these tubules are , neither laxative or these tabules are neither laxative-or. {cathartic, and do. not act upon thc bowels in any way for in indigestion or dyspepsia the whole trouble is the stomach and not the bowels. No one ever suffered from indigestion or dy- spepsia whoso stomach .was in a healthy condition. When the stomach is out of order, do not go without food or irritate your stomach with cathartics, but take some natural di gestant which will digest what you eat, thus assisting the stomach to re gain its normal health and vigor. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabunles is the only preparation which contains all .the known digestants, and which will digest all kinds of food. These tabu- les aro not a medicino which is adver- tised ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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CRICKET. English Team Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

! CRICKET. English Team Fixtures: The following is' a complete list of the fixtures in which the English team wift take^part : December 2G\ 21, 23, and 24. Victorian Team, at South Melbourne. December 26, 27 and 28.-Eighteen of Bendigo, at Bendig.o. January 1, 2, 3, and 4.-AUSTRA- LIA (SECOND TEST), at.. Mel-, bourne. January 10, {ll, 13, and 14. AUSTRALIA (THIRD TEST) at Adelaide. - - - . January 18, 20, and 21.-Tasmania at Launceston. . January 24,'25 and 27t-Tasmania, at Hobart. ~ ' - . "; \ January 31; February . 1, 3,. and 4.-Victoria, at Melbourne.: . - . - February 7, 8, 10, and' ll.-ATJS TRALTA (FOURTH TEST), at Mel- bourne. February 14, 15, 17, and 18.-Now South Wales, at Sydney. " February 21, 22, 24, and 25. AUSTRALIA (FIFTH 'TEST), at Sydney. < February 29, March 2, 3, and 4. South Australia, at Adelaide. " March 16.-Leave Freemantle for England. .

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Cairns Town Council [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

CairnsTówhj Council: ;^ %*$ s. The regular moathly'inecUng of .tho" above body was held last evening. As bothe .the Mayor and Acting May or were out ¡of town, 'AluV Mclachlan was voted to thc chair. There were present. Aid. Miller, Coxall, Bulcock, Boden, and thc Town Clerk (Mr. M. .Cochrano)i. ".- - ¡Jr-Included ¡a.--the : inward correspond- ence was the following: The Secretary of thc School of Arts Committee wrote calling attention to tho state of the footpath in front of the new building. Referred to tho Tho Local Authorities Association wrote stating that io the opinion of the secretary, each", clause in thc Council's by-law -dealing with broth- els is independent of the other. Ke ce ved. , From T. Dunccn, asking for a re- fund af £10 fora verandah that was pulled down during the recent plague scare. Aid. Bulcock; We accept no respon- sibility? ¿Vid. Miller: Was there any instruction given to the. workmen to i\mll tho verandah down? } I -The Superintendent of Works mcn 1 tidied...

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THE ETHERIDGE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

THE* ETHFJRIPGE LINE. il Tho engineer; malarge oí : tiiio »Jîth; ? eridge "railway7 construction woríj'ro» ports, under dato 80th Novcml er, that the permanent survey hos been completed and pegged to 76 miles, ' and plans to 66 milos have been com- pleted and forwarded for/ the Hall- way Commissioner's approval. 'Ibo rail-head is now at 25 miles, the earthworks completed to 87 miles, and good progress is being mado 6n the cuttings near the Lynd Ki vier, 42 miles. Tho line is (cleared to 66 miles, and (with tho telefone lino good progress-is being secured. I Ireland's natural increase of popu- lation, or pxcess of births over 'deaths, was 29,109 last year. Tho loss by emigration was 35,844. Ag« ainst this apparent decreaso of 0235 in the population there is, tho Regis trnr-Genoral says, nn offset in immi- gration, but of this there aro ino offi- cient stasistics. In the middle of thc year the estimated population was 4,388,006.

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Told By Telegraph. NEW JUSTICES. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 20 December 1907

Told By Telegraph. NEW JUSTICES.   BRISBANE, Thursday. Seventeen names were added to the commission of the Peace to-day as follows:—Michael F. Walsh, manager   Donald Mccntyre, Croydon; Nathan- iel Montgomery, Croydon ; Tim-   othy Bergin, Croydon ; Walter P. King, Croydon ; William R. Kelly, Croydon ; George Wilks, Georgetown; J. P. F. Schaffert, Donnyville, via Georgetown ; Walter Colley, Castle- ton, via Townsville; James Clark Robinhood, Percyville; William E. Simpson, Einasleigh ; John V. Wil- son, Forrest Home, Georgetown; James Puxley, Ortona, Georgetown ; Charles H. Benjamin, Chillagoe ; Mon tague C. Parker, Almaden ; C. L.     Firth, Mount Surprise; William Mil-   lr, Chillagoe.        

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Brian Boru's Harp, [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

Brian Boru's Harp, / Long before b'ulerj had trodden fi pathway across tba Ipaeenra ground of legend >tnd tradition the Irish harp ~was alike thc relies and interpretor bf popular feeling. Perhaps . it may be said to have como popularly into the general view when James I. placed it in the third quarter of the Itoyal arms of Ore.it Britain. But a century before this Henry VIII, had impressed a harp on tho Irish coinage-a seemingly prosaic fact which yet cannot be divorced from tho strong element of romance, which permeates every < phase of the subjeot, for lt seems that a son of King Brian Boru presented his father's harp to Tope ? John XVIII, in 1003, and that it was treasured in Borne until Leo X. sent it to Henry VIII. 500 years afterward. Ho in turn gave it to tho first Earl of Cl.mricarde. After passing into the possession of several Irish families, Brian's storied harp even- tually found a home in the college museum in Dublin. But supposing this venerable instrume...

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Thoughts From the French of Abbe Roux. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

Thoughts From the French of Abbe Roux. Pride and pleasure give birth to folly. Science is for those who learn ; poetry fot those who know. In the matter of praise we consult our sj petites rather than our health. Don't let us keep pur heftda in our hearts, nor our hearts in eur heads. . The good hate evil, not evil men ; the evil abhor both good and good men. There are sterile souls in which nothing will grow-neither virtue nor vice. The end of eloquence is to interest our passions and to impassion our interests. The influence of poetry is always strong on souls which are not surfeited. Our experience is built up of shattered, illusions, rather than of experience acquired. Imitation is a necessity of Raturth-in cwt . youth we imi^e ç^era ¡ in our age, our- ' selves. The desert draws the nomad to itself; the ocean, the sailor ; and the infinite, the poet. Remembrance is an impression which re- echoes from distance to distance in the couria of our lives. Cofijha in Busala are never co...

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The Language of Hands. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

Tbe Language of Hands. Without going so far as to agree with those who hold that the greater or less perfection of the hand corresponds with the degree of in- telligence possessed by its proprietor, a theory not always in harmony with the teachings of experience-Pope, for instance, had long and Jnotty hands, of most inelegant shape-it may oe accepted as 3 matter of fact that th¿ hand trequeutly affords a reliablo clue to the disposition and tastes of the individual to whom it belongs. In the workhouse and the police court the language of hands is not un- known. The soft, flabby band 0! the profes- sional tramp never deceives the keen gaze of the superintendent of a casual ward, neither will the hard, puckered lines, the horny pro- tuberances here and there, prevent his recog- nising the fine and well-shaped hand of one who ya; not originally intended to earn bis bread by tqë iwèat pt'his brow, in fte ppljce court the bands of a suspected thief are alway« inspected, and very frequent...

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SOUTHERN QUOTATIONS BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

SOUTHERN QUOTATIONS BRISBANE/ , - Chillagoe, b 4/1, s 4/6 Mt. Molloy, b 9/-, s 9/2 / Mungana, b 6/9, s 6/11 i r O.K., b 4/11, s 5/2 Gilmore, b 5/2, s '5/11. ADELAIDE, O.K., b 5/1, s 5/2 Mungana, b 6/11, s 7/1 1 Ruddygore, s Xtî CHARTERS TOWERS. . : Durham Consols, b 2/1C Mt. Molloy, b 9/3, s 9/9 " ATunguna, b 6/2 . - . " - ^-'.,v O.K., b 41/7. ^%.'~*Zv$$&m£M&$« Gilmores, b 5/9, s^Al^T^f:^

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MINING Cairns Stock Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

MINING Cairns Stock Exchange. Chillngoc, b l/-, s 4/3, paid-up, b 5/-, s 5/3 ,_. " ?> Mungana, b 6/6, s 7/r. : O.K., b 4/11, s 5/3 ' - Mt. Molloy, b .9/-, s 9/6 Chillagoe-Huddvgore, b £5/15, s £6 15/- ? - Endeavor Leslie, b 9/-, s 12/6 V\ilcan, b 5/-, s. 5/6 Stannary Hills, b 1/10, s 2/- . .. Smith's Creek, b 3/3, s^3/9 Dalz-ell's, b 1/9, s 2/3 ? Gilmore's, b 5/9, a 6/- .... Mitchell Bi ver,; b 3/-, s 3/3 ? Durham Consols, b 2/10, s 3/-. Sales.-Smith's Creek, 3/3, 3/6 ; Dulzioll's, 1/10, l/ll, l/ll.

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LENNON'S NEW DRUG STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

- " LEX&ÓX'S sine DKUG STOBE. ;i^t . month honore came cusy.:it .was a greaí monih. íor Lennon's Äew . Drug Store. ^ lt'was a royal deman rtrallon and fitting dedication to the iiewest-contribution to Cairns Drug - ¡Stores.* I am proud of the popular public approval snown me last montn and which 1 shall strive to main V . tain, seeking day after day to make '-- .this a perfect JUrug Store and one ..that will ever retain the good will and confidence oí the people. Tho merit ol' my drugs', chemicals, etc., is ; ever co be my. ciaini for patronage - and not the decrying quotations oi ' impossible prices. 1 trust the asso- ciations and friendship formed since my advent in thc lield of Drug Store business may Le ever fastened -nith the cords of many years satisfactory relations. .Mail your ordere if you cannot Visit my Drug store. KP?:;--*. -_-p»-£«2 competition ticket given ?i-Witii . ovary puscluum. Varsuirm" .. ? : humanity relieved at my Amer! eau i^-Qoda Fountain. Telephone ...

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Howard Smith Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

?.Howard Smith Co., Ltd. Peregrine ; leaves Townsville foi Southern ports to-morrow. .Lass o' Gowrie, ïroni Townsville to Port Douglà* is due, herc to-morrow

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Adelaide Steamship Co. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

Adelaide täteaiiisiiip. Co. Tarcoola iroiu South is uue hens to-morrow. , -. Laroo is due carly this morning^ frooi Geraldton. innamincka front Melbourne to Cairns Ma ports is due here ro ¿. .morrow.. Hanau lor Aiacassa via Torres Straits, thence to Marseilles, Ila vre. j - Ainsteruam and Hamburg is - due in Townsville on January j., calling at . Cairns if inducement otters.' - : aeydlitz (A'JJ.L.) leaves Sydney, ou^ January "1, for. London auu meinen' via ports. .Tsinan from Hong Kong is due on. 2»th December.-. . ; * Cha%sh\ lor Hongkong is due on 17th January. * .

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THE "N.Q. HERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

THE "N'.Q. HERALD.." The Christmas illustrated number of the premier weekly journal cf X. Queensland is to bo immeitiUily fo; lowed hy an issue which wi'l possess spacial, attractions %?: for ¡?tho, mining, community in' ' 'tho' Cairns uinteflaiid in thc shape of pumerous illustra- tions of Beid's Creek, tho Village Blacksmith, Mount Garnet, Gurrum buh, Nymbool, Biboohra, Dalziells, and other scenes; bes des a number of personal views, including a group of leading minc managers. These will al, appear in the current week's issue of the "Herald," which will,, laden as a whole, be an exceptionally in- teresting one. The reading matter will bo most varied and comprehen- dive, thc mining inhustry receiving I close attention -and every available j item of importance being included. ¡Thc other departments will I* well ifurnisncd with informativo and reli- able news. A number of interviews ! will appear in thc social news, one j of tho most interesting comprising I the views of Mr. J. B. Ke...

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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

- SHIPPING MO VJ3MEXTS. : fiórng Philp & Úo. Ltd., Agents. Kuranda, Irom Townsville via ports ia due here every Tuesday, afternoon, leaves for Port Douglas " same aiter nuoD, returning Tuesday night aaa . leaving on Wednesday morning, on the return. Aramac ... from Cooktown arrived hera 'this morning ¿nd resumes her ye j age this even ng. - aorangi (A. ii A. Line), for Yan cotvèr, leaves ¡áydney on January ÜU, and Brisbane ou January'ü:¡.

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

. DEPASTURE. December 19 cAramac, Captain W. C. Thomson, for Cooktown, ' Passen- gers :-Mesdames Puxléy, Taylor, A. Healey, P -Healy; -Misses O'Connor, Allen; Messrs Newton, Webb, New- combe, F Burke, MqJIahon, Bustle, Healey, and 20 in the steerage. A. U. S.N.- Co. Burns, Philp and Co, Ltd, Agents. :.. ' Dercmber 19. Changsha Capt Eedy for South. Fearnley and Co., Agents,

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