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MR. F. GILL AT COOKTOWN. COOKTOWN, September 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 September 1885

MB. F. GILL AT COOKTOWN. CooKTOWK, September 2. Mr. F. Gill addressed a crowded meeting in the Town Hall but night, and was ac- corded a patient and attentive hearing. He was often interrupted by applause, until he challenged Mr. Lumley-Hill's statement charging him with deceiving him by not retiring from tbe contest as he promised to do. He emphatically declared that Mr Lumley-Hill sought him out first, and told him that he did not want to come forward for Cook, as he was waiting for Mr. Govett to resign his seat for Warrego, but he came forward at the last moment, and they wanted him (Mr. Gill) to withdraw from the contest. Here Mr. Gill was interrupted by consider- able yelling, hooting, cheers, and laughter, but no actual disorder, took place, the meet- ing being genera'ly good tempered. Re- suming his speech, Mr. Gill said that he came forward on a requisition of the miners, who had known him for 15 years. This dis- trict was largely dependent on mining, con- sequently tbe mine...

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Land Court. (Before Mr. Acting-Commissioner Hartley.) Under the Land Act or 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

Um* Cwt. I (Before Mr. Aetim*-CoMÙwào»*r Hartley.) I Under the Land Act or 187«. - 1 . Applications for certificates of fiittUmeut I of conditions granted.-LoaU Kopp, house stead. Ko. 57, Smttbfield, Negaos Peteanon, noroestead, No. 55,Smithfield ; Carl attester, homestead, Ko. 00, gaüthneld; Alfred Martin, homestead, No. 61, Smithfield; Thomas Swallow, conditional. No. 239. Grafton. Adjourned for the consideration of th» Secretary for Lands. - Edward William Lightfoot, conditional, Ko. 108, Grafton. Adjourned until Tuesday, the 15th inst. Hannah Shaw, conditional. Ko. 137, Caima. Proof required by «ab see. 8, aec 23, by James Jamieson, conditional. Ko. 139, Smith- field. Landlady: "It's singular bat true. Mr. Crossgrain, that all my boarders remain with me." Kew Boarder (at first meal): "Too weak to leave, I guess, after the first week." Pat's Apology.-"It waa notthedhrop I had taken," said a Kerry peasant charged with being drunk and disorderly, " but I bad a shmoke out of a neigh...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, September 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

SOUTH AUSTBAXXáv. ADEUUDI, September 7. Mr. Wraggs, of Torrea's Observatory, near Adelaide, has been instructed by the Government to report on the best means of establishing meteorological stations in Queensland, including Cape York Peninsula, and Torres Straits. Mr. Wraggs, who in now in Brisbane, will shortly commence his duties.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

VICTORIA. MiXBOCXR, September 4. An explosion of dynamite took place at the Free Christian Tabernacle on Tuesday night. It is supposed that it was intended to blow up the Ber. J. A. Dowie. who had, however, left the place' shortly before it occurred Charles Bushby, sentenced to death for the attempted murder of Detective Hyland, waa hanged this morning in Ballarat gaol. Robinson, who robbed the Hotham branch of the Federal Bank, was to-day committed for trial. September 7. . The Phoenix Foundry Company, of Bal- larat, are the successful tenderers for fifteen locomotives and five tank engines for the suburban railway lines, the price. being .£60,000. Only two tenders were received. James O'Brien, the owner of an orangery near Wangaratta, was arrested to-daylffor shooting a young man named Walsh, a foot- baller, while he was returning from playing a match, ou the night of August 89. Walsh named; and some one fired upo a them ia the darkness, severely injuring Walsh, and O'Brien is sus...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

HEW ZXXUkWD. AUCKLAND, September S. The Premier, in moving the federation resolutions, admitted that federation was desirable, but deemed it prudent at present for New Zealand to abstain from joining the Council. Mr. Atkinson, the leader of the Opposition, spoke in favour of federation, bwt in view o# the little consideration given to lat «object i» toe colomy;.- ''massa* asa amendment-" That it waa undesirable lu the pressât .mina ts ; Ingialatc ' om 'tho sub- ject." The Government adopted tbs amend- ment, which was agreed to. No tenden were received for the Pacific mail service. It is considered probable that tlu Government will now make the service practically a twenty days ont. In which case it ia understood that the Union Company will tender. September 9. The barque Edwin Besset, bound from Wellington to Newcastle, was totally wrecked off Wanganui Inlet. The crew were saved, but suffered great privations before being rescued. ? Thc Premier will move in the House to- night that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

3ÎOTICE TO MARINERS. No. ss OF isas. INNES ROUTE TO TORRES STRAITS. I Csuxox OF SSUFK ASO COLOC» or BKACOK | os a Bur. NOTICE ia hereby giren, that the beacon on n Beef, near Cape Tribulation, ia nov square and painted black, instead of being red and triangular aa formerly. G. P. HEATH, Commander R.N., Portmaster. Department of Ports and Harbours, Brisbane, 24th August, 1885. NOTICE TO MARINERS. No. 29 or 1885. AUXILIARY LIGHT, CAPE CLEVELAND. ON and after this date, a small Catoptric Light «rill be exhibited from the East side of the Cape 60 feet below the principal light. The two lights in line on a E. by 8. J S. bearing, lead midway between the 4-foot and tho ao-foot rocks. wnen "bound round Cape Bowling Green, win Bad smoother water by using- thia'passage than by sassing outside the Salamander Bock. G. P. HEATH, Commander B.N., Portmaster. Department of Ports and Harbours, Brisbane, Sith August, 1885. APLIN, BROWN AND CO, . LIMITED, . TOWNSVILLE. ÍTIHE mboTe Company intend runni...

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Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

Cains Divisional Board. THC ordinary monthly meeting of the above Board was held on the 2nd instant. Present -Messrs. Loridan (chairman), Douglas, and Kenny. The minutes of the previous meeting and the outward correspondence were read and confirmed. The inward oorrespondence, consisting of a letter from Mr. B. F. Walker, objecting to have a road made across his selection, waa on the motion of Mr. Douglas held over for consideration at the next ?wting. The applications for the office of clerk to the Board some eight in number were opened and read; the salary required varr ing from ¿90 to ¿150 per annum. Some discussion ensued, and eventually on the motion of Mr. Kenny the application of C. E. Take waa accepted on the applicant, who had fixed the salary be required at ¿125, agreeing; to take ¿100, the amount stated in the application of B. Shaw. On the motion of Mr. Donglaa it was agreed that the action of the chairman in haring certain repairs carried out on the Mulgrave-road be appr...

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Herberton Races. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

HerbertoR Ita**. Tn annual meeting of the Wild Kirer Jockey Club took place on the 2nd and 3nt -autaa^asai was a g^tsem^ ts» weather *n«r a»«.sas* ta« attendance nd raoae; Rood. The folfawinjtjrere that .manias.»-.-.. "nTsHw nasa ot .MO^Baassar WIBI lill 1 1, at'ftñnslfa Isa "Balla a.. WOK ratkar sasily. Nord Bace of 430 : Lewis' Spot 1, Munro's Quail 2. Tinaroo Handicap of 475: CoUinson's Hippy 1, M'Doaald's Comos 2, Haasal's Care lew 3. Won easily by two lengths, Comos and Careless running a hard race for second place. Hack Bace of 410 : Anderson's Carnation 1, Clarke's Otho 2. Flying Handicap of 450: Haasal's Care- less 1, Dyne's Wantwood 2. Stockman's Bace : Clarke's Otho 1, Baker's Despatch 2. Merchant's Cup, raine 425: ColUnaon's Soldier Boy 1, Smith's Happy Jack 2. Sacoiro DAT. Handicap Hurdle Bace of 440: Hides and M'CoU's Peter Finn 1, Frith's Nemesis 2. Ladies' Bracelet: Mn. M'Donald's Peter Finn 1, Mrs. M'Kay's Soldier Boy 2. Wild Hirer Jockey Club Handicap of 4150 : M'Do...

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NEW SOUTH WALKS. SYDNEY, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

SSW SOUTH WALKS. SYDNEY, September 4. The men Ellis Birch and Joseph Thomp- son, convicted of the manslaughter of Con- stable Hird, at Canterbury, were yesterday sentenced-Thompson to penal servitude for life, the first three years in iron«, and Birch to 15 years penal servitude. The judge in passing sentence said the case was clearly one of murder. September 7. Dedication services in connection with the new buildings of the Young Men's Christian Association were held to-day. The Primate and several other ministers delivered ad- dresses. At a convocation of the Senate of the University, held on Saturday, Chief Justice Sir James Martin was elected a member of the Senate without opposition. The Canterbury Park races on Saturday attracted a fair attendance. The weather was fine, and the fields numerous in every event. The handicaps were keenly con- tested. The following are the results: Flying Stakes: Boori 1, Bavensworth 2, Aristo 3. Seilimg Sam : Sir Gamet 1. Sas Jome n, Kdsiaunte 3....

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PHASES OF THE MOON. d. h. m. d. h. m. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

PHAHK3 OF TBX MOON. I . d. h. ni. d.h. m. Last Quar 4 8.0 a.m Near Moon 1010.19p.in Perigee, 9th, 8 p.m. First Q r 1711.52p.rn rilMoonaC3.30B..m Apogee, 22nd, 4 a.nu

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APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE MONTH ENDING OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

APPROXIMATE TIMES OP HIGH "WATER AT CAIRNS. FOB THC MONTH INDI»« OtrofiEk 7. I Morning.! h. m. 10 li 10 51 11 30 Morning-. Ait'rnoon

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IMPORTS. EX GLANWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

IMPORTS. ' * Ex" GLANW/OBTH. I Consigned to L, Serena.-1 ca» giana. Consigned to Jack and Newell.-1 cue lanena. Consigned to Barns. Philp and Co.-1 case drapery. 8 do mle. Miscellaneous.-1 cass ah rim pa, 2 do boan card. I do tea, 1 do sundries, 1 do kerosene, 4 do drag«, 1 do acid, 9 do fruit. 8 do sundries; 1 dosait eggs, 4 do castor oU, ldo sance, lboi, î hags rice. Ido beans, 1 handle haakata, 4 cases nance. 1 i-chext tea, lfcox opinas, 9 caaes oil, 8 parcels. 1 bundle lilli, a en aoy, 1 roll leather.-C. J Smith, agent. £x MARANOA. Consigned to Memrs. Keaton aad Co.-80 t-begs Boar. 8 mn enmate, 2 do marmalade. 1 boa hope, 1 keg- apples, I boxas starch, 1 caae arrowroot, 1 do groceries. 1 sack eatmeal, lease cakes, 2 do meat, 1 do sundries, 2 handles brooms, 1 case drapery. Consigned to L. Serena.-I band» win, 1 do saws, 1 do rope. 1 caae hardware. 12 do nails. Consigned to A. Taylor.-1 ease galTaaiacd iron. Consigned to Jack and Kewell.-10 hosea cora Boar. 1 caa* harness, 1 kag ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

DEPASTURES. September I-Glanworth, i.s.. Capt. Lee, for Cook- town, Tia Port Douglas. September 5.-Glanworth, SJ.. Capt. Lee, for Bria- ba»«. Tia ports. Passengers-Miss afCoy, Kessia. C. Wilson. J. Sleep. P. Bullara, K. W. Warren Heron, and 6 in steerage. September 5.-Maranoa, u.a.. Capt. Hampton, for Sjaney. Tia Brisbane and porta. Passengers-Mrs. Dalglish, Miss Wholohan, Mesera. Dalglish. T. Lynch. Hj. Hill, C. 8. Norris, A. CO, and 17 in steerage. Septembers.-BimloUn, sj.,Capt Keir,for Town*. TUle, rm Johnstone Kiter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

CAIRNS JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL RACES. To be held OB the Cai nu Racecourse on Thc Hom. 8.- W. Orifitb. ViCE-PmxaiDtuiTs : A. Meston, Esq., and B. J. Gorton, Esq. HOS. TÚaSCKBB: B. M. Harvey, Esq. STSWAIM : . Messrs. B. A. Tills. C. WUsoa. J. Burke, F. I Johnston, J. Wood, A. Uuhehauu, W. C. Smith, W. l>. Hobson. PROGRAMME. First Bace, to start punctually at noon. HANDICAP JUMPING, BACE of 30 sot's ; over jumps to be approved of by the Stewards. Entrance fee, ££ Ss. Distance, 2 J miles. Second Bace, to start at 12.15.-MAIDEN PLATE (for bones that have never won prises to the value of 410); 30 BOYS. Entrance fee, JU Ss. Distance, li mile. Third Bace. to start at 2 o'clock.-HACK BACE of 10 govs. Entrance fee, -Ms. Distance, 1 mile. Fourth Bace, to start at S.45.-C.J.C. HANDICAP cf 75 sors. Entrance fee. AM. Distance, 2 miles. Fifth Bace, to start at 3.30.-PUBLICAN'S j PUBSE of 15 SOTS. Entrance fee, M | St. Distance, 1} mile. Sixth Bace, to start at 4.15.-CONSOLA- I TIOS STAKES of - sovs....

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Our Townsville Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

0«r Tow.sTilte Visitors, j Wa have Bauch pleasure, in justice to our recent visitors, in publishing the following correspondence with reference to some re- marks that appeared in the Towns* ILLS Kvaarno Tatton sr« on the subject of the treatment they experienced here': TonrssvULn Aimutic Cojmxasnrr. (To the Editor of the" DAILT BCLLXTIS.) . Sir,-As a rule we do not tilt with formen unworthy of our steel, nor do we generally yearn to thrust the lie dawn a feDow-maa'a throat. We are peacefully disposed. ' bot cannot allow random assertions concerning our esprit it corps to be made with impunity. We, therefore, desire to flatly contradict the following pnragrapha which appeared .in your evening contemporary in .Monday's issue :-'. That they (the Townsville Athletic Contingent) complain very strongly against the treatment they received at the hands of some of their Northern friends.' That some of them almost went aa far aa settling their différences rather unpleasantly." '. There ia not...

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CABLE MESSAGES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

CABLE MK&SAOm (FEOM OVm ÓWS COUBE8P05WEXT».) ETjsopsAK irxwa. LOMBOK, September 4. , Proeeedingj are to be taken against the PALfj MALI Uianrni and General.Booth for thc publication of obscene details in counec tion with the recent disclosures made in that journal. - ??? - Prince Bismarck has agreed to submit to arbitration the question of the relative claims of Germany and Spain to the Caro- line Islands. ?''?.?' . Septembers. News, received from the Cai oline Islands states that a. number of . Spanish «af Vessels arrived kt Yap; the chief island of the gïôdp, on the 21st August, and made preparations to occupy thc place. On the 24th, however, a German gunboat arrived and landed a body of men, who proceeded «o' hoist the German flag, and .proclaimed the island Germau ter" ritofy, in spite df the earnest prot*et»tious of the Spanish commander. A case of cholera has occurred at Cardiff, on board a ship recently arrived from Bar- celona. .... MADUID, September 5. The mest inte...

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The Cairns Post THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

$¡H\t 4^airn$ post THITBSD AT. SEPTEMBER 10.1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. Local Items. The outgoing English mail, via Torres Straits, closes this morning; at 9 o'clock. The weather for the past week has been very unsettled and peculiarly wet for the time of year. The total rainfall registered for the week is 4.40 inches, of which two inches fell during Mon Jay night. Sub-inspector Carr and his black troopers paid a flying visit to Cairns last week. He arrived here on Thursday, after investigating some grievances ot selectors with regard to outrages by the blacks, and departed again «oe ttw IsUtcfectll Ki vex- on -Yrïd&y. - - J " We hare been requested to draw attention to the various sales of land which Mr. Mac- namara has had entrusted to him. The advertisements elsewhere announcing th* sales graphically describe the land offered to the public, the value of which in this dis- trict ia too well known to need, any remarks from us on the subject. We would impress upon th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

ELECTORS OF THE CbOK, VOTE FOB Oil ABLES VOTE FOB GB1FFITH ! VOTE ^ FOB THE MINISTBT! VOTE FOB TÍIEIB CANDIDATE ! "VOTE ^GR A JUST GOVERNMENT! A5D NO COOLIES! NO SERVILE LABOB! NO jTilANT MONOPOLISEBS ! SO SYNDICATE CAPITALISTS AXD CHEAP LABOB! VOTE FOB HILL, THE DEMÖCBAT ! THE FBIEND OF THE WOBKING CLASSES ! THE FBIEND OF THE PEOPLE ! THE SUPPOBTEB OF THE MINISTBT OF TBE WOBKING I CLASSES! nra rwBBjm or cimns: COOK ELECTORATE. ELECTORS, VOTE FOR A MAN WELL KNOWN, BIS NAME G I L L. «ho baa siwa} a proved himself & friend alike MINERS, and who has interests in the ELECTORATE. Ho is udreiue to Tasación oe M Auc5Bmiwsrsa."<r . BEEB OR SPIBTTS. Do not be misled by outsiders, bat wait anl hear HIS ADDRESS before deciding for whom you will VOTE. . OTT «Ta. IB AN WDITENDENT CANDI- DATE, i» A ?. FRIEND OF PBOGBB88. Etection tor TBE ËLEOTOES OF THE GOOK, fis.'; compliance with , requisitions re- ceived from various portions of your elec- torate, I have : much pleasure in a...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. September 3.-{Hanworth, s.s.. Capt. Lee, from Brilka*?, »ia porta. Passengers-Mrs. Thomas and serrant* Iba. LTOUB, Messrs, Lasine, Lenmin, Archie Thomas, and 8 ia steerage. September S.-Glanworth, sj. , Capt. Lee. from Cooktown, ria Port Douglas. Passengers Mesara. K. A. Oasis, Broader, T. Brown, Chang; Lee, Saat Sa*«;, and 9 in steerage. September 5.-Maranoa, sj.. Capt. Bampton, from Cooktown, ria Port Doublas. Paaaeutrer* -Messrs. Wilkiason, Salman. Howard, Archer, sad 5 in steerage. September SL-Minnie-ha-ha, cotter, from Ton» nile, na Cardwell. September 9.-Burdekin, aa., .Capt. Keir, from TowmsTille, Tia Johnstone Kiver.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 September 1885

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIBATIONJOMPANY. f|lH£ Company's Steamers leave this port EVEBT THUB8DAY FOB NORTHERN POETS, and . BYER Y SATTJBDAY EVENING FOB SOUTHERN POBTS. For Fara and Bates of Freight, apply at tte OaVe, opoosite the Wharf. ? C. J. SMITH, ? Agent LOUTED. .. Incorporated under "The Companies Act," 1943. BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital ... ... il,000,000 Paid-up Capital ... ... 300,000 Beserve Fund ... ... 195,000 Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for ' Assay. Interest allowed cn Fixed Deposits at Current Bates. Drafts issued on Head Office, Branches and Agents. Advances made against Tin and other Produce, and all other usual bantiojí busine» transacted. WM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, Cairns Branch. fJIHE HERBERTON ADVEBTISEB." A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Terms-10s per quarter, or £2 annually, in advance. The " Advertiser" has a large circulation, and claims to be a reflex of the Wild River tin, silver, and cop...

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