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Commercial News. (By Cable.) LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
Commercial News. (By Cabio.) LONDON, Friday! Sugar, 9/8 to 11/1 per cwt. Butter firm. Good Christmas bus- iness .being done, - Danish . realising 123/- to 125/- ; choicest Australian salted 118/-, unsalted 3169- ; New ?fenland 120/-, occasionally 122/-. Cheese firm ; white .60/- to 61/- ; colored 61/- td 62/-. *Thc wheat market is recovering from tho effects of pressure to sell Argentine owing to the activity of American speculators, but legitimate business is small. We have now to hand and open for inspection a choice assortment of Christmas novelties suitable for pre- sentation put poses, comprising : Bags, Purses, Ornaments, Honey Boxes, Pictures, Frames, Screens, Perfumery and Handkerchief Boxes, Bru sh ware. Table Flowers, Perfume Cases, Travelling Requisites, Com- panions. Music Folios, Glove Boxes, Ash Trays, soap Boxes, and ; many other useful and ornamental lines. I Specialities in Millinery, Boots and Shoes, Men's Clothing, Etc., eic. Inspection invited. Burns Philp &a...
THE LITHGOW IRONWORKS. THE SETTLEMENT. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
.. .JHE LITHGOW IRONWORKS. I TELE SETTLEMENT. . ¡ - SYDNEY, Friday. ~ I Premier Wade made a statement in the Assembly last night regarding tile settlement of the Lithgow iron- works difficulty. Thc firm of Ci. anj C. Hoskins, Ltd., arc to take over the works, which will bc in full work- ing order again at the . beginning of IheNcw Year. The terms extended to Sandford by tho new proprietors are of a generous character.- r.Ji,e will receive £50,000 of which ¿10,000 will be in «cash1 at once, and ten yearly payments of £4000, without interest. - Mr. Wade ronsiders that, in the rir cumstanceSj the result is satisfactory to all concerned, and it could now be said -that they had established en iron industry for all time in New South Wales.
Fair "Fire-fighters." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
Fair "Fire-fighters." In England they havo 'fire brigndes for women. One such is illustrated in the sketch -a- brigade which is located at Greenwich, and which is attended by some of the most fashionable of the sex in the district. In... deed it is said that learning to "fight fire Y Usreo THE HASD POMP, Is one of the latest fads of the woman of leisure, albeit there is ii practical Bide to it since such knowledge is never thrown away. As an example many great mansions in the Old.Country have their own " fire brigade," and the fain members ot the household are necessarily drilled to use the appliances whenever accident ahoqld make it necessary. Tba woman tie-flptftat - tavúfcM* M amateur-In England date* from 188V, wheo A team «ns taken over to Parts for exhibition purposes. Since then the thing has grown apace till now there are many such brigade! scattered all over the United Kingdom,
General News. The Asiatic "Booky." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
Général News. The Asiatic "Booky." Hie Asiatic learns. A proof of it is given in the illustration. This shows an import ant part of a racecourse scene in India. Th« crowd is a crowd of " punters/' and the two figures towering nbove them are those of tho bookmaker and his clerk. It is a humoroui epiBode and yet it hos its serious side. The Asiatic is a born gambler and, in addition to his own little vices in this direction, readily assimilates those of bis whits brother. The Asiatic booltmnlier hns not a large turnover as thc bets are chiefly in copper. All the same his trade on an occasion such ns shown is brisk, und naturally, and perhaps wisely, everything is on ti cash bnsis. Also it is not without the excitement of dishonesty ¡is ac- cording lo an nnthority, both tho layer and thc taker of odds try to »-prk their points, and some of them nre of,à character which cause the white man surprise, and if he is a blackleg fill him with envy.
Prove all Things [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
Proye all Things . To win a wager an Kngl.ish Mar- quis stood on London Bridge and off- ered sovereigns for five shillings. He could not find a customer. It's not to . be wondered. at, for tho public ? look askance at any proposition where the " proposer is apparently a financial loser without any dir cet or indirect gain Fraudulent, schemers have oitcn been successful, and in these days sceptics want bet- ter proof than thc word of "a" stran- ger. . -No evidence can be stronger than the ; public testimony of . well known people. Herb's a case of it: Mr. John' Brewer, Painter, Canton' Street, Cairns, - say sf- For twenty years Iv suffered with pains in -the small of my 1 back I believe they were due to thc unhealthy state of my kidneys, because the secretions also were disordered. It was diffi- cult and painful "for mo to straight . '. n my bac&lt; when the pains were bad and at these times I was certainly not to be envied. Without dwelling too much on livy troubles I may st...
Remember Your Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
Remember Your Horse. A horse, like a woman, does not spend hours in choosing a hat or bonnet, but has it choBen for him regardless of style or suit- ability. If the bonnet is out of the fashion it does not in the least matter-on it goes as long as it will protect the animal's head from the sun, regardless of shape or comfort. But there are different styles in horse's hats, as the accompanying illustrations testify. A /.at number of hone's bonnets ar» sold in itt weather in England, and their effect on te animal's beads is often exceedingly ludjr .?.us. The Society for the Prevention of Wuelty to Animals buy the hats by the *ounnd and distrioute them free among ur dumb friends. They are very thank- fully received by the poorer class of horse owners. In different cities different styles pr»i.ü; end many curious designs car. be mn in tho streets of English cities.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
H. MILLS, Resident Dentist, Chillagoe, MAY BE CONSULTED ON ALL BRANCHES OF DENTISTRY. Of Christmas Goods ; (JUST LANDED) AT R. H. KELLY'S. YOU ARE INVITED TO INSPECT THE LATEST SHAPES AND STYLES 'IN Mejcery, Boots and Shoes, Splendid Tailored Suits. BOOTS AND SHOES. Neglige and Tennis Shirts. For Men, Women and Children. Latest Productions in Hats. The Houre for Footwear of ^Dainty Neckwear. High Quality at Popular Prices. Silk Handkerchiefs. Stylish, neat, fitting, and Hose, Gloves, Umbrellas. comforcahlo. - ' ... KU^^^^Iit, and Brief Bags. ; ^ ;. AU tho Latest Too Shapes to Choose '^y^^M^^.-^a;^^- .' ' ,,-jíM'Yj¿' ~ *-«T in'nil *>i" approved Leathers. When you consider a person's comretni^yaur ar^m^^^pa t tho rient present. That is why of'lato years, nn Outfitter hasrcomo to bo'wó'Biifest' helper ot Christmas time. Above are some of tho suggestions provided by ".our stock, and nro sure to bc received with pleasure. R. H. Kelly, Abbott-st., Cairns. TEL. NO. 99. " CROWN COUPONS F...
IRVINEBANK JOCKEY CLUB. THE WEIGHTS. IRVINEBANK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
IRVINEBANK JOCKEY CLUB. THE WETGHTS. - - - - mviWBBÀNK, Thursday. Tho following weights have J.cen de- clared for thc principal hnndicaps. at the Hosing Day meeting of .thc Irvine hank .Jockey Club Flying* Handicap : 'Charlie lOst , Tallboy, 9.12 Obsidian. 9.10 ; Aer- onaut, 9.5 ; .Meribah, 9-2 ; Bellfield, 8.9 ; Freedom. Sst. . Irvinebank'Handicap : Charlie, 9.11 Tallboy, 9.9; Obsidian, 9.6; Aeron- aut, 9.2 ; Meribah, 8.12 ; Bellfield, 8.5 ; Freedom, Sst.
SYDNEY TATTERSALL'S MEETING. THE WEIGHTS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
S YDNEY TATl'EItSALIi" S MEETING., THE WEIGHTS. , SYDNEY, Friday. . Following are the acceptances for tho principal event to bc contested at SyUuey Tattcrsall'a Club meeting on DiK'&lt;tnil>or 28th :-? - - ' CABKINCTOS STAKES, 6 furlouj». ' St. lu. Collarit'. 10 ~3 ' Banzai . 9. 3 Forgo. 9 2 . Aragain . 8 11 Barrenjoey .-8 8 Artful ;..8 6 ~ Caby. 8 0 . Nancy Loch 8 -1 j ' ' Montcalm .i...."...,- 8' -4 i Lord" Merv 8 ?? i - Luciana. 8-4 I - Jute. 8 1 I . . Kyeadgerie ...........i; [7 13 ... Barbican ...i', 7 -13 - Fez . 7 12 Hciro. . 7 12 Malsterdelle , .. 7 32 . - Cress . 7 12 - Sivori ."..,.,« 10 J - Far North.. ,7... 9 . Bora Grey. 7 8 Cissie 7 7 . Maranui. 7 7 * r Send Off. 7 7 Copper Top .-.. 7 7 i Isos ' .-"? 7 7 i Lady Isabel. 7 6 j Musquel .-. 7 6 Totola . 7 6 I . Simora. ¡7 0 . &lt;.??-. Lady Fucile .,7 6 . Bunglcdoo. 7 4 ,. . Lady Buena» '.. 7 2 Jolly Kate..... 7". 0 Oliviana. 7 .0 Limelight. 7 0 % . Solitary. . 7 0
THE RIFLE IRVINEBANK SHOOTS. (Fro[?] our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
THE RIFLE ..'.r IRVINEBANK. SHOOTS. ? '(Fron ow Correspondent.) I A match was shot with Mt. Perry, on Sunday over tho 300, 500 and OOO yards ran&ea. A record fer '.these rangesNvàs made, the eight averaging J)0 off tho rifle.. Ten men aside best eight to count. Fojlówjngare tho Irvinebank scores :- . '* ~ 300 500 600 total. J. Venables 30 31 33 91 J. Cahill . 28 '??-.Ai :i0 92 W. Warner 29 34 r29 93 P.Murrane 30 ill My 91 A. Marsh 30 31 29 HO .loo Marnano '19 30 30 89 J il. Donaldson V3 33- 2* 89 I J." Dy raes 26 31 31 S8 \ ! Average 90.5. H. Smith (69)! .and Kiernan (60) were counted out. ] ! Thc final shoot for the Bennet me- dal took place on Sunday over thc 200, 500 and 600 yards rangts. Tho conditions were Vest three out ot five shoots .with handicaps. George Speed (291) was the winner P. Murrano (290), J. Murrane (239) and' J. Cahill (283) were next. Follow- ing are the best eight oft" rifle, the average 42.3 being the rccoVd for the range : 200 500 600 total. W. Warne...
MULGRAVE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
MULGRAVE SPORTS. Por tho sports of tho Mulgrave Athletic Club on New Year's Doy, nominations in connection with tho Sheffield and Sprint Handicaps closo with Mr. George Hughes, Cairns, on Tuesday next at noon, or with Mr. .). H. Smith, tho Secretary t Nelsou, nt 8 p.m. In a. certain factory it was formerly tho custom to pay tho 'hands every [fortnight. Tho men,. 4having lound' Ithi^ somewhat inconvenient from their lletemüi»oint-, clocldfKl to. fumd «, $-eiU'U I mînta.t-1-vxi to Wits bond ot ?t\\e~ ilrTO:rto^l* stute their grievance. An Irishman!;'; was selected for tho task. He duly.* waited on tho "guv'nor," who said, "Well, Patrick, what can I do - for you?" "If you plazo, slr," said Pat, Tve been sent by the workers to ask a favour of ye rcgardin' the paymint I of our wages." "What do they re- quire?" "Well, sor, it is tho desire of I mcsilf nn' of every other mun in the establishment that we resayvo our fortnightly pay every week!"
How the Chinese make Pearls. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907
How the Chinese make Pearls. - The ingénions Chinese have a method of I making pearls by forcing oysters and other mollucks to work. Ordinarily the oysters only do the work in a haphazard way, but the Chinese make them do it systematically. The formation of a pearl is due to tho pre- sence of a foreign body within the oyster's shell. This irritates the oyster, which de- posits a layer of mother of pearl-or nacre, the substance which lines its shell, upon the offending object. Tho foreign body is thus converted into a pearl, and the longer it remains the larger it becomes. Tearls, it need hardly be added, are the most precious of all jewels, and are rapidly becoming more valuable. The inventor of the pearl-forcing process was Yu-Shun-Yang, who lived in the , province of Tche-Kiang in the thirteenth century. He began his experiments on the fresh-water oysters, which are common in China. One of these reaches an average size-of nineteen inches in length. Occasion- ally natural pearls of...