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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

£100,000,000 . UNCLAIMED. , DOUGAL'S REGISTERED LIST. CONTAINING ._ NAMES of 20,000 V Families advertised for, to claim property and money since 1700. Price ls 6d, post free 2«. Every man and vornan ahould buy thia book, as instruc- tions at« given hov to recover property from Chancery. ; DOUGAL & CO., 62, Strand, London, England. Established 1864. A fortune may await you. This" book can nov be obtained from W. C. Rigby, Adelaide ; Gordon aud Goteh, Melbourne and Brisbane ; Geo. Robertson £ Co., Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

For Good Tea» j OP HIGH QUALITY, | LARGE SELECTION o? HIGH-CLASS I GROCERIES, DELICACIES, dc. THY-WM. LENNON & CO. JUST LANDED , Ex P. à 0. Steamer from Ceylon ONE (1) TON KARA TEA. ONE (1) TON GOLDEN TEA. Packed in llb, 31b, 511), lOib, 201b and 501b chitts. fyiWTKAP« LIBEKATXT DKALT Wm. ; WM LENNON ft CO., Solo Proprietor*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

: ASK Mr W. A. Julies, Uralla, N.S.W., «lio writes on Scptomb r 7tli, liíri:-I have much pleasure in s?n (iogyou this testimony. About seven year ; ¡i»o I w as seized with a languid feeling, my s'nm ch ivould reject -«ll-food;-"I~Coul<1 "n it »leen nt night, my mouth was. VU way», parclicd, csp-cii'lfy' at llight,;tlu, Ieast'iiotsc wmild cja.seiriiution" of the nerves ; the slightest cold air seemed to go risdtt thr. ugh me. . I a'so snlferu 1 with palpitation of the Iieirt to such an ext-nt as to become alarmed. I had patna in the rcgiua of the. liver ;T became A'ery nervous, and also suffered from shortness of lu e .th. I c insulted d ctors in this t,o-.vti and Armi- dale ; their medicines wmild give me slight relief but 'nothing"permanent.' I wai'also treated by doctors in Sydney and Newcastle with the same result. . I became so weak I could Ecracely stand, and dc-p.ii.ed of ever regaining my health. I cjutiiiued in this stite for three years. Reading one of your books...

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Coffee Growing. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

Coffee Growing. Mr De Vay, Alanager Quinlan, Gray and Co., Brisbane, bas answered a letter from Mr W. Molle, of Geraldton, asking for' particulars of coffee growing in America, stating that tho following letter has been receired from Messrs Moore and Co., of San Francisco : Answering your request for informa- tion in coffee growing, we tate ¡leasure in giving you the following : "Climate.-There must never be any suspicion of frost at any time of the year. Tho coffee lands of Central" America are not lower than 2,000 feet nor over 3,500 feet in altitude. The temperature ranges nt all seasons of thc year between CO deg. and 100 deg. The humidity is. very similar to that of India. Soil.-Is a very rich vegetable mould, tho best-results being obtained from virgin. Tho character of the land is generally rolling ; .some of the planta- tions of Central America are on tho sides of very steep hills. Rainfall.-This varie* with different years. Every second year the crop is li«ht l>y reason ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

WHOLESALE C OF F E E ME RC EINT. GROWN AND MANUFACTURED BY D. R. LEWIS, AT MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE T TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. SOLD IN Mb. TINS, and No 2 IN 21b. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Seridentiof Cairns, Mareeba, Herberton, Montalbion, California Creek, The Tate, sud settlers generally ihonld ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other. Try One Tin as an experiment. . - The grower and manufacturer pledges bis word that there it no better matured or porer Coffee in the world; than Agent for GERALDTON :-H. NOUR. W. F. WIM, Sole Agent for ROCK- HAMPTON ; All Storekeepers to apply to bim. . B.P. k CO. are Agents for : the Above at all their Branches. LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. MRS. S BYRNE CRIT?RION .' HOT?L ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. KINDLY note «nd remember that MKS. S. BYRNE, late of the Gresham Hoteb Abbott Street, ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

M. B0L4Ä WHOLESALE & RETAIL; Provision . Merchant) ABBOTT STREET. CAIRNS, MBOLAND buys his Goads for Spot Cash, in the Cheapest ¿and . Best Markets of the Worid. He can, therefore, afford to sell at a fair Profit, Cheaper than any othpr House in. Cairns. WHAT IS M. BOUND'S STOCK ? Goods Delivered promptly to ail parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PRODUCT Fresh Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twice a week. M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant, ; 1 ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. ! HUNTER'S KURANDA Paw Paw Frûit Saûç*. PURITY, ^^iÊÊtÊtèi PAPAIH. . ^Qilllllll^illllQilK^BBBm?" « u. Animal Matter ?^LTJ^LTJBBBVH^LI^ ' "HB* ' ' Most Valuahle .w^tever^ ^x^^S^^BK^BO* - Famat ! >tbeing ? MMSnmftmW W>"WÄB¥»JT^^ ' -~ **. T*_ i.. A Purely Fruit ^^--^iBa^tÄ^Äy^Bw^ Pw».W«w.»^lt tBafltSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaft > t^HBi^i^B, (See Brituh ^H^H^sSPH^LP^SaaSB^^^^BV ^annacopeia). ATTENTION ! DYSPEPTICS. Indigestion is at the root of more tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

A Land Bargain. ; , -}T"OR; SALE '^Seventy-six Acres of thé: J- Finest' Shça'v Land in thc "Mulgrave District, situated within" ono ;mjle;of the Mulgrave' Central MilÇ Having a froritayà of Twenty Chains to the Cairus-Mulgraye - -Railway. . THIRTY ACRES UNDER CANE . and tho;.remaining. 46 acres will .be planted- by tho* end of Sep'.cmber next. The Government Valuation for this land by; Mr McCulIoeh was'X"70O, aiid this be-., fore any 'improvements"hail been pitt on'j the Property. The land .carries with it ' 1500 «IiiJ^rave jDuntral Mill Shai'es .ípaid up to 19s Od. Thc vvhnle of thc property is leased for seven years to u yootl tenant at a rental of £00 per annum, and as tho purchasing pcieo ts- . - -. ONLY £650 CASH, .the purchaser obtains 14A per cont upon his capital. -Apply - GEO. EMERY, ' . Or to tho j; Stratford,. " MORNING POST ' . SILVERSTREAffl SCHNAPPS THE LH o WÂBO-SMITH L_iNE W .INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. WKEKU" PAssF.NUF.it ASO CARGO SERVICE - FÍ:OM -<\«uss Tft...

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QUEENSLAND. TOWNSVILLE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

QUEENSLAND. TOWNSVILLE, Wed. Mr Stuart, of Broken Hill, and his Secrerary, will arrive by. the Aramac this morning, they are going to Chil- lagoe to make a final inspection pf the Chillagoe line and mines, on" behalf of the Chillagoe, syndicate. ? ?'BRISH'ANE, Tues. The Cabinet is still" sitting (4.30 p.m.) It is understood that Mr Nel- son's resignation will be accepted, and Mr Byrnes will succeed him as Premier. . - -- - ; . - C BHISBAXE, Wed. The Cabinet sat-until nearly tea time. Mr Nelson announced that he would resign the .Premiership to-mor- row, arid accept the Presidency of the Upper House, arid that the Governor would to-morrow send for i^Ir Byrnes. Nothing further will be known until after Mr Byrnes' interview with the Governor. A Gazette has been issued notifying the resignation of Mr Nelson from the Ministry, and his appointment as President of the Council ; also the appointment of Mr Byrnes as Chief: Secretary and Attorney General. ' A* meeting of the Executive was hel...

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IN THE SOUDAN. LONDON, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

IN THE SOUDAN. J LONDON, Toe». The latest news received. from the Soudin give« thc account oí a detune action between the British ' troops under General Sir Herbert Kitchener and the Dervish forces under Mahur med and Osman.- - f " General'yKitchener, w1t1ï""7'3.°oo English and Egyptian troops,-14* guns and 12 Maxims, after a wearied night march in "perfect silence, halted a quarter of a mile from Mahurmed's camp, on B'riday at dawn. He found 14,000 Dervishes con- cealed in a labyrinth of. earthworks and trenches, and at once commenced the attack. After a fierce bombard- ment, "during which many Dervishes were, killed, three brigades of the Camerons and Seaforth Highlanders leading, and the pipers playing, 'stormed the entrenchments, and, despite the fact that they were faced with a perfect hail of lead, carried the camp at the point of'the bayonet without a check. .? , The Dervishes, who d splayed con- spicuous gallantry, lost over 2000 of their number. Ultimately . the Dervishes w...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, \Wd It has been decided by thu Govern- ment that every elector in the colony shall receive a copy r of the, Common- wealth Bill. It is estimated there are about 240,000 electors in the colony. About seventy men employed at the Maffra Beet Sugar Factory, struck yesterday against the proposed re- duction of wages and extension of hours.^ -They held a- meeting, and passed a resolution that they could not Work twelve hours per day for 8s, and asking^the manager to fix the rate at 6s per dar'of eight hours, or Sd.rier ,hour.î,/or..t*»ltfoyl)ours-ail tlay% -*"cTIléJ manager, when interviewed; stated that the men who had struck wmld not now be taken back, even at 6s per day of twelve hours. Thc total amount advanced by the Government to the' settlers, who were burned out hy the bush fires in Gipps- land and Cape Otway districts, is £16,000. This sum has been distri- buted-between 840-persons. A ni 1er, named- Sangar, has un- earthed a lump of solid gold at Castle- main...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

HEW SOUTH WALES. SrDsrr, Wed. ' Thc whole of the shipments of bananas by the s.s. Wodonga and i.s. Colac; have.been condemned owing; to the presence of the fruit-fly- pest in several bundies. l"f Mr Elliott Bland, manager of the Australian United Steam Navigation Cdnpanv,: who is now in Sydney, - in- terviewed on the action of the New South Wales Government in condem- ning 11,000 bunches, of'. North Queensland bananas ex s.s. Wodonga and s.s. Colac, said that the condem natiorvaf such a large quantity on one day, without previous warning, is a serious matter both to "exporters and shipowners." His company have decided'tb take the Wodonga's cargo of bananas on to Melbourne, where they hoped to be allowed to land them.

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From Our Point of View. THE NEW LABOR PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

From Our Point of View. THE KEW LAHOR PLAT k . 'FORM? Judging from the recent speeches of Messrs. Daniels , and Dunsford to their , constituents, at Cambooya//and Charters*-Towers re- spectively, . there, is to be. a recast of ! the " Labor Platform " before Parlia- ment again meets. The breach be-. ¡ tween the Parliamentary Labor Party and the Socialistic Worker appears to I be widening., The Worker may be I useful to - the party as an advance agent, but when it dictates to the Parliamentary party, and insists upon I ail*'attitude" that 'must ' not 'only - shut ; the Labor members out of oflioti, - but abwluteíy^ rerTe"ctTtS"tj|ëîir^co^ictiô^';'t]ii'e situa- tion becomes intolerable- In\these I days no^party can háve'much influence upon legislation" from the Opposition benches in: the-. Assembly.. The ut- most-that can ;be/ done from-; that standpoint is to prevent the passing bf bad laws. Criticism is simply de- structive, ..but the Labor Party wants constructive '(legislation. ;&...

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" MORNING POST." "Neither by fear"nor by favor, but by Truth atone. Thursday Morning, April 14th, 1898. THAT HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

" MORNING POST." "Neither by fear"nor_ by favor, but]by^ '-.[?' .'. ? Truth atone.'} ,-gr ¡¡gi ; thwdfcy Morning. April nth, 189?. THAT HORSK. "Coming éventé cast their shadows before them "-sometimes-at others 'theyeast them behind them; it is a question of position and the time of da^. In any case a political, "shadow has been/cast, and it is,wit illogical to assume that something substantial is either before or b.ehind that shadow. It may forbode a dissolution of the House, and a! general appeal to the country, . or the formation of "a Cabinet by that brainy politican and lawyer, Hon. T. J. Byrnes. There is always one factor which operates to prevent undue, haste; intending the representatives of-the people to the country,- and that is a potent one which assumes the shape pf £¡00 per 'annum, which once lost may never be regained. Public opinion seems to point to Hon. J. R... Dickson as the ""man in - charge ", when Sir Hugh Nelson annexes "thc seat rendered vacant "by the death o...

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THORNBOROUGH NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

THORNBOROUGH: NOTES. (FROM OD« OWJT CORRESPONDENT.) I The weather at present is so enjoyable and tho sir SJ invigorating that I ?~JL that I must commence these short notes by commenting on it. Cool nights, «nd cool breezes throughout the day. Mr J. Millican (E. D. Miles & Co.) accompanied by Mr McFarlane, visited us lase Friday and returned same day. During his stay he took over the Tich bourne, Pioneer and General Grant leases on behalf of the Cecil Syndicate, E. D. Miles and Co. being the Queens- land agents of the Syndicate, and Mr G. H. (W being the Co.'j? w.l ?.ge»t. The management of the General Grant was offered to Mr A. McFariane, one of the late shareholders of tho Grant, but declined, as he wishes to be out of harness awhile. Mr W. S. W. Richards, at present at Mareeba Goldfield, has been offered the position, and 1 under- stand he will accept same. They have obtained one month's exemption for the Grant, to enable them to arrange matters and at the expiration of th...

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NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

NOTES AND NOTICES. holiday, wc arc only bunging out alive pige paper this issue instead ol our ordinary six pages. We feel sure that none of onr readers will grudge the printers in ihis office the very few holidays which fall lo their share during the year. The court for revising the jury list has been postponed lill lo-monow (Friday). \t postal rece'ving office has brea opened for the convenience of the pjblc at Fret welly on the Mulgrave tram lin-. Mr C. E. Jones, of Fretwell's Hotel, has been ap pointed Postmaster. Special attention is drawn by the Public Lands Oilice lo thc re-openin¿ for selection as agricultural farms etc, of several blocks of . land, particulars of which will be found in our advertising columns. '" * A dance will be held on Saturday evening next at O'Hara's Mall, Nelson, in aid of-Mr Hawkins, blacksmith at the mill, who has been too ill to work for the past six months. In aid of so worthy an object we hope that the townspeople will support the affair. The arb...

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Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH ARD FOREIGN. LONDON, Tnes. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 April 1898

Telegraphic. Wednesday's News rlig Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. - BRITISH ARD FOREIGN. . LONDON, Ines. Russia is massing great quantities of war materials in thc city of Tiflis, on the River Kur, and il is believed she intends to seize a port in the Persian Gulf. . It is feared. France will -not-' insist on Kalochou being included as'non alienable territory, and claims , that Frenchmen will assist, but not super- intend, the postal service. The Japanese are vehemently ex- cited, and will demand from China a foothold probably opposite Formosa; It is î asserted by the ; Republican journal, '.' Français,", in > an article on the China question, that there is grave danger of an alliance bein j; entered into by Great Britain,; Gsmahy, and Japan. ." ' .iff.es Debates," discussing-the same, question, -expresses-- alarm' at Great IstpSngly asserts that - if this; assistance is giyen.tb}v Great .Britain - thc.- other PoWcf^móá^Éó'tálte¡'párt therein.'" The Japanese Diet has protested agáins...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

DIGESTIVE, Palatable Mid Refraaaiiig - KANDY KOOLA CEYLON TEA. nb md &ib ww. WHIM, vûive* Coif., Ltd.,

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Remarkable Experiment. WHITE MICE USED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

WHITE MICE USED. : Yesterday afternoon (saya tho "S. M. Herald", March 24) » small brown paper parcel, was despatched from the Mines Department to the Dudley mine at New- castle. It' contained a cage with about a dozen white mice; The idea is to use these small anímala as a test of the purity of thc; atmosphere traversed by the rescue parties now at work in the Dudloy ; ;aiue. It seems that small animals like mice, on account of their size, show the effects of carbon monoxide g*s much sooner than men, and the proposal ia to 'supply the rescuers with a cage of white mice, and whenever in the course of their work the mice aro noticed to fall down insensible : it will be a sign to the rescuers that the air ia dangerous and that they must beat ¡1 retreat. Upon the matter being referred to Mr Atkinson, the chief inspector of cod mines, he agreed that it would be desirable to have some white mice sent up to the mine fur. j the purpose indicated. : Mr Sydney Smith accordingly procured a~ a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT_Under the distinguished pat- ronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, as per communication made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, through thc Consul-General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1878. Awarded diploma at the A/nsterdam Exhibi- tion, 1883. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the Globe. Theieare imitations of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of simple distillation, forming ci ude, resinous oils. In order that these crude ofls may not bc taken for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract, which is recog- nised by the Medical Division of the Prussian Government to be of perfectly çure origin, as per information forwarded to us through the Consul at Melbourne, March 2, 1878, wc state: ' It is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities of Bonn and Griefs wald (Prussia), and reported to by Dr Schultz, Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn, and Pro- fessor , ..lossier. Director of the Medical...

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APRIL. 19TH, 1898. (Before B. R. Stafford Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

AMI. 19.TH, iSyS. (Before B. II. Stafford Esq., P.M.) John Lewis,' on remand, charged with larceny was further remanded till Friday :2nd inst.

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