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TASMANIA. HOBART, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

*" "* ^ ' TÎaMaaisWÏaC*"'" "'' "" Hosabt, Angas* ti. The Defence Bin wnsjntea-naaa m the mWBmVmW mmwrn Inl toWMVaH « on* ef naumai« mmrnrn eighleen ana sixty if Moajanl. Asscmtiy mm night topwlau nmtheennV ing oat et aB awlm hewawan ehe agen of ùgha»en an* aixty M iMniw-.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

.OUTH ATJarTKAXIA. Taesewam^eadJagoftaaaiBfeeikiWih iag eatha m courts of jnatitii ana mbatitat anr am aaimatim waa eatnaa ia the As> aamVtyby»ttoie.

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. August 24. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

Our Neighbours. [fbom own owx commmroaummj] HEBBEBTON. August 84. Thk requit of the interview of Messrs. Wimble and Thomas with the Premier and Minister for Works, anent railway mattera, has given considerable satisfaction here, and has somewhat borne out the opinion of the majority of the Progress Association, that a delegate from Herberton was snperflnoBs in the face of Mr. Miles* previous promise. As observed in my three or four previous letters the mining industry here has never been so generally encouraging, nor have. results been so satisfactory. The price of tin has much to do with this phasing coa» ditton, and has been the means of atina lating work, so has that work brought forth richer stone, confirming previous anticipa- tions that depth only-which means capital -was required to prove the payableness and permanency of the tin mines. . The early commencement of the railway will have s beneficial influence upon this i place other than in mining; it will indaoe population to...

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CABLE MESSAGES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

CABLE MESSAGES. (r*OV OC* OWK CORBESPOTDESTS ) EUROPEAN NEWS. .-> - Losrootr, August 21 The brigade of guards now quartered-in Cyprus, together with the two regiments of the line which were detained in Egypt, have bean ordered home. - .- .- August 24. ' - Latest advices from Soudan report that "New Dongola has fallen into the hands of the rebels. ' The attack was made by 4000 dervishes and followers, who are now occu- pying the town., August 23. The British army reserves which were called out in consequence of the threatened hostilities with Russia are being rapidly disbanded. Tin, JË91 15s per ton. Paris, August 22. Reports from Marseilles state that cholera is increasing there with alarming rapidity. Berlin, August 24. The German Government have formally notified their readiness to consider amicably the Spanish claims to the Caroline Islands. Madrid, August 21. In consequence of the reported annexa- tion of the Caroline Islands, by Germany, the anti-German feeling is increasing...

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

Phasxs or Tax Moon. d.h. m. I Last Qnar 4 8.0 a.m ! New Hoon 10 lOJdp.n» Perigee, Oth, 8 pjn. ' J d. h. m. I First Q/r 1711.52p.m F'll Moona6 3.30u.nl | Apogee, 22nd, 4 a.m.

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APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE MONTH ENDING SEPTEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. Fob ths Mouth endiko Skptkhbek 23. IC m. 9 SI io a 11 10 U 50 0..-S-. 0 47 10 14 IO 51 U »I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

NOTICE TO MARINERS. .. No. 23 of 1*35. SUNKEN REEF OFF ACHERON IS- LAND, HALIFAX BAY. "fkJ"OTICE is hereby given, that a Sunken -Li Reef extends W.S.W. to a distance of one-third of a mile from the West end of Acheron Island. G. P. HEATH, Commander BJ*; Portmaster. Department of Po.-ts and Harbours, Brisbane, 1UÚ August, 1885. NOTICE TO MABDÍEBS. No. 21 or 1833. LEADING LIGHTS, JOHNSTONE RIVER "jbTOTICE is hereby given.that on aad -131 after this date the following Lights will be exhibted between sunset, and sunrise at the Johnstone River, to enable vessels to navigate the entrance at night :-Two white lights are placed, one on Flying Fish Point the other on the shore on the further side of the bight of the river, which, when ia line on a W. by N. bearing, lead across the outer Bar. A green light is placed oa the southern extremity of the rocks off Flying Fish Point. At the Pilot Station are placed a red and white light, which, when in line ona S. W. by W. bearing, lead across the F...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

DEPARTURES. August 20.-Ranelagh, ia. Capt. W. Beel, for Cooktown, tu Fort Dong-las. Passengers-Mr*. Orr, M«ira. Orr, T. Lynch, sad 6 in «tieri«. August 20.-Archer, S3-, Capt. Morris, for Cook tow i. tia Port Dongau. Piisciigers-3am Ling, ami 6 in steeratre. Anlast SS.-Banelngh. ? J., Capt. Bcel. for Bris- bane, Tia ports. Passengers-Messrs. T. B. S. Hook, Dumaresq. J. H. HUÍ, aña 10 in rtMrifO. Anmut Si.-Archer. s.S., Capt.KoMU.for Sydney, tu» Bruhane osmL ports. Ata^iut£4.-Waatwortaw a a.. CHpt. Mauro«. Cor Seltagnnu, Tia. Port Dooglaa. Briaban«. Sydaar. and ports. Passenger*-Mr. C. Lnnuey-Hill, and I ia ateoruira Amroat X3.-Muutie Ha Ha, cuitar, for TownaTiUa. tu Cardwell. Angust âS.-Burdekin, M^ Capt. Keir. for Towna rule. Tia Johnstone BiTer. Passengers-Mewn. Kenion, Hayzer, and 3 m steerage. Augustas -Warreno, S3., Capt. Phillips, for Cook- town, Tia Port Doughs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

Election for Cook. mo THE ELECTORS OP THE COOK, i JL lu compliance with requisitions re- ceived from various portions of yonr elec- torate. I hare much pleasure in announcing myself as a Candidate for your suffrages at the forthcoming election, and if returned will use my best endeavours in the interests of your district. In presenting myself for election. I do so as on Independent Candi- date, unpledged to either party. In support of my candidature I would urge the ad- vantage to your interests ia returning a member with a thorough knowledge of your district and its requirements. This know- ledge I have gained by a long oficial and business connection with your gold and tin tields, and residence in different portions of the electorate, dating back from the year 1S70 This familiarity with your require- ment!, cannot fail to add additional weight to my efforts on your behalf should you honour me with your confidence. The .sub- jects to be discussed are too numerous and varied for the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

l&EGTIOX TOB COOK. IhTOTICE ia wsrawjr given that I wai. at J3I nunn, thai TwsavW^iaahwii^A^Ewaw. IMS, at the Coart Henee. C*ofctown,pawtehf anaomnee the nama* of the followiag ^¿ didatasaab-ús«; daly ncwuaatam to stead for the above election, via. ? CHARLES LUMLST-HILL FRANCI8 GILL. A patt wa thmefem ha «aha» on WKP NE8DAT, the Sixteenth day of Sspt-ather next, at the several poQiag places a-mtknstd o'clock in the morning, atFcwowfackoattoaft HUGH KIIJtAH. <£2 REWARD.-Lost from the Half- way Manas, mam River, Bear Hr. CochaMe-s, one OBST Mt«; hip down, hamsdai BTI ob near tamp. Ko7* ob asar neck. DOM. The hone waa fa*» -Milli uwana by Mr. ttasslim. Ah», »poor B-W WH HOE8S. hallam hack, which stayed away with aaaeaju. THOB. BKHAH. SaTAJUtHOLP«B8 ia the abswe Cn|iiv an» hevwhy actina« that the Allotment CALX. cCOnaSh-xtncper lSjOBOthsaarem now Ane, and ant ha paid forthwith to the unda^gveii.whanafc^CertaV3avewinae W. Bl HOMO*. APPLICATIONS FOB CERTIFICATES OF FULF...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

Our Brisbane Letter. (rxox ova oww cor»ksh«ni>knt.) Ona legislators during the List »eck con- tinued to get ovei their work quietly ; they have not reached the fighting ground, but are very close on to it. They refused to ad- journ for the Toowoomba show, which was held last Wednesday, for the first time for many years, and stuck to their work. The Licensing Bill was read a second time with- out division, but it was clear that in com- mittee an attempt will be wsde to amend the local option clauses. Vhe point taken by the leader of the Opposition, and which was supported by many other members, was that the vote by which it should be decided whether to license publiebouses or not should-1«-the vote of the whole of the people of the district and not of the rate- payers only, for although as the property owners in a district pay the rates they have a right to say how they shall be spent, yet the fact that a man has property gives him no right to dictate to another because he has hon...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM ORU OWN CORRESPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. Cooktown, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OÜB own CORRESPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. Cooktown, August 2.C The Governor Blackall has arrived here with the New Guinea expedition on board. Major-General Scratchley leaves here for Port Moresby and from thence will proceed up the Papuan Gulf as far round as Murray Island, and then return here about six weeks hasse*. He wilt then anil for Soaath Caira» aaad-aasa* tlva a>oa«l»_;iiaat,y XV«»w Ow»a»uaw - Lilla. Rookh, near Townsville.and the mate, Proctor, repoited the murder of the captain, Frier, at Hoop-iron Bay, Moresby Island, by the natives, who- also seized the vessel, which they were induced to give up by a native teacher named Dick. Proctor states that he was absent in a small cutter when the murder was committed and so escaped a similar fate. After murdering Frier the natives chopped the body into small pieces. The murder was instigated by one of the return boys, ex Victoria. Mr. Armit re- sided alone for two months at the place where the murder was perpe...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

. VICTOatlA. Melboubhb, August 21. On the motion of Mr. Bowman, in the Assembly, it was agreed that the Govern- ment should propose to the Governments of the other colonies to enter into an agree- ment by ahich letters of naturalisation issued in one colony will hold good in all the colonies. The case of the Attorney-General against Joseph Syme for the recovery _ of .£100, penalties for neglecting to enter into recog- nisances not to print or publish in the LiBSBATOit, a free-thought journal, blasphe- mous or seditious articles, was concluded yesterday. The jury found a verdict for the plaintiff on each of five issues of the paper referred to. Several law points were' re sen ed. It was stated during the trial that about a hundred newspapers published in the colony were -unregistered, like the Liberatos. At the meeting of the Boyal Commission on lunacy yesterday, Dr. Brierley, late Assis- tant Medical Superintendent at the Beech- worth Asylum, stated that in two months the institutio...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

MMW BOUTH WAIaattV i .. Stobst, Angas* SI. . ; The body of the seaman> Andrew naaiiiHUi who was drowned ia the hark« eaflalBi*ar thsoaghtheeoBàwaabetweeataeWeatwca^a aad the Ketch Lixxie Frost, has been re r"--' ' . Ançnstîk \ TheOrieat Co-spear's chartered steamer Ahstgslsi. amvedthia moraag from rtjmsalh withSHGorcrsUBeatimaugraats «abwar«. The Sydney Bicycle Club held their inter- colonial meeting on Saturday afternoon. The one mile championship was won by i C. W. Bennett, and the ten mile champion- ship by C. B. Wood. Bellbridge, of .Bris- bane, won the one milo bicycle handicap. The dispute between the miners and masters at Mount Kembla colliery continues. The manager made an Offer to the men to effect a settlement, but the men declined to accept it, and the colliery will be closed for the present. The German corvette Augusta, which is reported na lost at sea, was bound from Wilhelmshaven to this port wita relief crews for the war-ships Marie, Hyaene, and Albatross. 'She. wa...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

3[% it*trn$ Qont THUBSDAT. AUGUST 2Ï. 1SS5. _a_ Guaranteed 70Í» Copies Weekly. Local Items. Oarmg to a. large intrna: of telegrama and ' advertiaeinenta re ax« 'forced to hold otct our leader, courts report, and other matter. We would call attention to the invitation of Messrs. Hides and M'CoF to a public ball, given by them in honor of the occasion of opening their new hotel in Lake-street. Messrs. Henry Simmonds and John Mcpherson being the only candidates nom- inated for the two vacancies on the Divi- sional Board, were declared duly elected by the Returning Officer on Saturday list. The following exports from here were among the cargo per Wentworth on Monday last :-42 tons of tin ore, 75 tons of sugar, 111 hides, 6 cases of baaautt, 3 bags, of horns, and 1 hale of skins. In a recent Government Gazette is an- nounced the appointment of Messrs. H. Selig, of Herberton, and E. Henriques, jnr., R. O. Jones, and R. Poole, of Port DougLts, as magistrates of the territory. I Leading lig...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

SHIPPING. ABBITALS. August 30-Ranelagh. «J-. Capt. Baal, tea» BVfa bane. tu ports. Passen««*»-Mrs. Kau», Mr. Wyatt, Mr». C. J. Smith and lohnt. Mm. Bfcodes and child. Mm Sutton and infant, «una Kelly, Means. Lasser, S Neal,Monro*. Kickenue, Phillipa, Fall«. Spencer. Martin. Coser, Payne. Mogil. R J. Gorton, H Bsrr.C M'Gowan. L~ Laidlaw, G. Laid- law, T. Sullivan, .ninan South, C. J. South, and 24 ia steerage. August SO.-Archer, »J., Capt. htoms, bom Syd- ney, rta Brisbane and ports Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Macdonald, and 16 in steerage. August ££.-Báñela, b. «J*.. Opt. Beel, from Cook- town, ra Port Dotarlas. Passengers-Major Foes. Mesar«. Bendall, H. Wooater, Field, B Sayers, San Quai, Ah Tough, and 5 in steerage. August SS -Archer, sj., Capt. Morris, for Cook- town. Tim. Port Dongla*. August SX-Wentworth, ajt. Capt. Munroe, from Melbourne, va Sydney, Brisbans aad ports. Pas- sengers-Misa Wall, Messrs. C. Lamiey H31 and Tom Thomas. August 24.-Minnie Bil Ha, cutter, from Towns- ville...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVieATIONJOMPANY. mHB Company's Steamet» leave this part EVEBY THUBSDAY FOB NORTHERN POETS, ud EVEBY SATURDAY EVENING FOE SOUTHERN POETS. For Fares aad Bato oí Freight, apply at the Coaroany*sowii Ofice, at Wharf. BURNS, PHILP and CO. (Lumia), , " Acento. TH*. Incorporated ander "TW Comptâtes Act." ian. BANKEBS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Svbscribed Capital ..Al ,000,000 Paid-ap Capital -. 500,000 '(Kui . 135,000 Gola kornga« or forwanWd'to the Mint for Aamy. 'ankamst allowed o» Fi&rf Deposits at Canal lates. Drafts issued on Head Omee, Mnanehes and Agent*. Advances mans agaîast Tia aad other Pradac«, aad all ataar -I haahiag hnsiaom tianisiliil, WM. CHAS. SMITH. Manager, Caira« Branch. HEBBEBTON ADVERTISER." ' mHB HEBBEBTON A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published ob Wséassday« aad Satardays. Terns-10a far quarter, or AS annmüty, ia advance. The " Advertiser " hw » large circulation, and daim* to be a nto of the Wild River tam, aflvar, and copper, fitoi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 August 1885

Death. ROOPE.-August 12, at Queen's Hotel, Townsville, Alfred Roope.

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TASMANIA. HORART, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 September 1885

TABafâhTTâ _ ' Hobab*, Wnptemhat' 1. Tas Miaisti) aase ieriiid ant te accede te the pefattoa of Lawarsstoa, asean* that JSOWhe placad oa the astiasitea for a local The trieaaars OHFiali and Has have bean ?fianittil f the Bull li al ii I has* rnhhnrr-, 1ate^|^^_J-_-_-^|fc»B|sajB»aij^^^fiv;!vî

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PHASES OF THE MOON. d. h. m. d. h. m. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 September 1885

Phases or ran Moon. . d. h. m. d. h. m. Last Quat 4 8.0 a,m New Moon 10 10.19p.ir Perigee, 9th, S p.m. j First <?r 17 ll.52p.rn F*UMoon 20 3.30a.m Apogee, 22nd, 4 a.m.

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