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Mining Wires. THE EINASLEIGH RUSH. OFFICIAL REPORT. (By Telegraph.) GEORGETOWN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

Mining Wires. THE EINASLEIGH RUSH. OFFICIAL REPORT. (Bj- TolegrarJi.) GEORGETOWN, Friday. wnruen HishoiY reports that the following is thc latest information received concerning the Oaks gold rush," near Einasleigh : There are now. 120 : {Ben on the field, and others arc daily arriving. FOTI- gullies arc being worked, but owing to the scarcity of water most of the dirt is being stackW. There is plenty water for domestic use in the Copperfield Uiver, which is 1 milo distant. Provisions are very j scarce. ' Constable Donnelly, the officer 'in charge of thc police station nt Ein- asleigh! statcs| that thc stores at tba,t township arc nearly sold out. It is reported* that the Einasleigh Copper Company's mino hns closed down, owing to all hands having left for the rush, and the township is practically denuded of its adult male population. About 120 ounces of gold have been aircady obtained, and according to the prosjiects of the dirt stacked ab- out i 00 tons will giro at least £.'» per ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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THE ROSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

THE HOSTER. The following names appear on the Justices Rester at the Cairns Police Court for ' the coming wock:t-R. -Sturt, R. J. Overland, C. Walsh, C. Baxter Tyrie. J

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SPORTING THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

SPORTING THE TURF - The Randwick! lad, F. Wootton, was still in winning form when the last mail to hand left England. On the final day" bf thc1 Newmarket Second Octobcr^Mieoting" he;rode Mr. Lione Rcbinson's filly, 1&ííaitrix, to victory in the Queensbury Handicap. The filly, who left the paddock at the .re- munerative odds of IO to 1, and won [easilji, was trained by J. E. Brewer, so that owner, trainer, and rider ar>> I all ex-Australians. On tho following j day,- at Alexandra Park, young AVo.ot ' lon. had two winning mounts-on |GoIdwin (by Eager), who carried thc colors of R. Wootton, in the Soulh |gate Welter Handicap, and Mr. W. H. ? Dixon's colt St. Obrian, in the Isling \ ton Plate. Uoldwin started a strong; favorite for the race he won, but St. Obrian was at on outside price "for the Plate. . ..»». . « ? Seal Rock, thc four-year-old half !brother, to Apologue, having proved a .disappointment; when racing in Ne.v Zealand (saysUhe sporting writer of the *N.Z. Her...

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A COLLISION. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

A COLLISION. i BRISBANE, Friday. -'-A-.collision between'a tramcar anil a dray occurred at Red Hill to-dny. A man named James Gormley, aged 550, was seriously injured, and two liui» munal Hemming anti Amor were somewhat seriously hurt.

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FARMERS' CONFERENCE. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

FARMERS' CONFERENCE. j BRISBANE, Friday. A conference of representatives of thc Farmers Associations of Queens- land was held in Brisbane to-day for the purpose of considering the agenda imper to be laid before the Interstate Conference of Fanners' Associations ¡it Adelaide, commencing on the 20th January next. Mr. A. J. W. Neil- son presided. . i;. A number of subjects wcro agreed upon." including thc -desirableness of obtaining daily - cabled wheat quota. Mons from London, uniform - :-pcnny postage, extension :ot telephone ser- vice, the. grading of- produce for- ex- port, handling of grain in bulk, size of cornsacks, water conservation and irrigation, appointment, of " commer- cial agents, rabbit, destruction, nat- ional defence, workmen's, certificates," immigration,- noxious weeds, and oth- er matters. - : .

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The Late Lord Salisbury. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

The Late Lord Salisbury. ' It will probably be news to many to heav- es was stated in thc House of Com- mons by Sir Alfred Thomas-that the late Lord Salisbury was of Welsh descent, but such is the undoubted fact. . The ancient way of spelling thc family name. "Cecil" was *' SitsiH,"Tind thc two great Cecil families the Salisbuvys tuid the Buvghleys - are descended from David Sitsilt, who was the third son of Itichard Sitsilt, of Alit-yr-yiiys, Glamorgan, by his wite, who was one ot tho Breconsjiire Vaughan's. This David SiUill was given a position ai the Court ot Henry YU-, and married ¡in English heiress, wc ci the Walcolts of Wullen»I. The fiïanjjcr. ol this pair was thc Sir Wi.'li.uu Cecil why be eame Queen Eliza! et'.rc ^ o.il MinUltr. DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBROCA. TÍQN (or RHEUMATISM*

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D[?]. Dowie at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

DP. Dowie at Home. Dr. Dowie lives in fine hotels when abroad and in a mansion when at home. The latter is indicated in thc sketch, which shows ti palatial dwelling even for a prophet. The Shiloh Tabernacle is a magnificent affair which accommodates 7000 persons. Shiloh house, the name of Dr. Dowie's resideneo, could accommodate one hundred persons with ease, but it suffices instead for the Zionist leader's family; and those who ? obey his flail in the capacity of domestics. SHILOH HOUSE. And the house is luxuriously furnished ns j befits a gentleman of thc tastes of Dr. Dowie, the drawing-room being a dream and the billiard-room-for it is sa:d the house con- tains one-being one of the most up-to-date : in America. The only thing that Shiloh ' House doesn't contain is a smoking-room, and-no, it doesn't contain a cellar either. Dr. Dowie may.be all that his enemies say, but there must still bc something in him, when he can run a "colony" ns he doos Zion and live, ns he evidently pref...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

Land for Sale. Town and Country. A. J. Draper, Has in hand for Private Sale an ex- tensive list of Properties, compris- I : ing: CAIRNS ALLOTMENTS' (Improved and Unimproved). SUBURBAN ALLOTMENTS.- i COUNTJÎY LANDS. " Call and inspect my Property LÍSL ;< space will permit of a few only. ? being advertised.- ' IMPROVI'JD. £120-Subs. 4 and 5, Allot. 7, Sbn. Sec. 28, on Canton-serect; fenced. 4 rooined Cottage, detached Kitchen. > £420-Allot. 16, Sec. 24, 1-acrc, Sachs-street. 6 R. Brick House, with largo . three-room addition;, securely fenced; £350-Allot. 13, Sec, 24, ^-a-,w,. Sachs-streets Two 4 lt. Cottages ; fenced. ? £350-Subs. 8 and 9, Allot. 1, Sbn Sec. 37. 5 R. House, on high blocks: Aplin-strect.- ~ £250-Allot. : 42a.; Sheridan-street; with House and Shed. ; ? .. £250-Allot. 37, . 42a., Sheridan street; -with IIouso. . - . . . . -. , ;£160-^Subs.; 4 and 5, Allot;l¿rSbn. Sec. 37, Aplin-street; tÉSusê.*-" £350-Subs. 1 und 2,.Allot.,4, Sbn 'Sec. 29, near Saw Mills;-...

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

Chinese Food. It is not strange that Chinese iooä in B cosmopolitan country like America should be popular. Some Chinese restaurants are fur- nished expensively with teawood stools and tables inlaid with ivory and mother-of-pearl. They have entrances so constructed that the patron, to renoh the dining-room, must pass through the kitchen, the iden being that the patron should examine the kitchen, should see how clean it is, before he eats the food that oouies out ot it. Chop-sticks, as well as the customary knives and ferks, are provided with the food, and thc Americans find it in- teresting to try to learn to eat with these two little ebony or ivory utensils.

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THE EDITOR'S SCRAP BOOK. Interesting Gleanings from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

T:iE EDITOR'S SCRAP BOOK. Interesting Gleanings from Various . Sources. ..... . - ' y :> Although the ancients knew that by, rub- bing amber a mysterious force could be obtained, Or. William Gilbert, physician to Queen Elizabeth, was the first to study the peculiar power and to term it "electric," which means made'from' amber, the Greek for that substance being "elektron." The latest triumphs of Chemistry are the manufacture ol Vanillin, a substituto for Vanilla, from the sap of the Scottish pine, and a new kind of a rubber from the common birch. Our expert declares that the first is a genuine discovery, but has known the birch causo many a rubber in bygone, days. For all that, if tho new product is reliable, it will be of great service. . . . . When we come to think of the enormous wealth oí Loriii on, the amount at which its ratable value is assessed-nnmely, £41,119; 4G7-does not seem very much. ,Of this amount the City of Westminister contains tbelargest share-namely, £5,51G,7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

^/Bouneü. Holiday Attractions Mr.S8< SHIRE HALL, CAIRNS, OPENING BOXING NIGHT, THURSDAY, 26th DECEMBER ; Also MONDAY, 30th, TUESDAY, 31gt, and I - NEW. YEAR'S NIGHT, WEDNESDAY, 1st JANUARY, 1003, First Appearance in Cairns of ¿ " LENO," The Shadow King. Introducing Shadowgraphs. Illusions, and Comica'.litics. Special engagement of the Favorite Comedian, MR. W. AV. BRUDEBILIN. The latest beautifully colored illustrated songs by MR. P. ELM HIRST, MR. CUSACK, Irish Comedian, acdALFRED ROBERTS, Solo LVimtist, . NIE ' MARV 1.-LQU. 8 DRAMASCOPE. Depicting thousands of feet of Ellison's very latest moving pictures, in- cluding the greatest event of the year in the Southern Hemisphere, THE MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL, APOLOGUE WINNING THE CUP . Popular prices 3/-, 2/-, & 1/-. Children holt prieo to 1st and 2nd scats only. Seats can be reserved at Northagc's. No extra for booking. / . K. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ S ç lt's Coming Quick ! * Ç ' ---:--j-And with Christmas comes tho ever re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

BRAND & DRYBROÜGH, CLEVELAND FOUNDRY, TOWNSVILLE, Engineers, Iron-and Brass Founders,,Iron Shipbuilders and Boatbuilders, Boilermakers, Coppersmiths. . . PATENT SLIP. - .; . ' PLANS, SP32CTFICATIONS .and ESTIMATES Boats Slipped up to 500 Tons. V- . / for every class of work. . - MINING MACHINERY.-Stamper Batteries, Bordan Pans, "Shoos, Dies, Cams, &c SUOAR MACHINERY.-Vacuum Pans.» Triple .Effects, Coolers, Tanks, etc. _^ -WELL-BORING PLANTS.-Dige-stors, Cleaners, Coolers,. Scalder.1?, otc. Meat Prescrvint'Plants., . FOUNDRY WORK:-Castings in L-on cr vBrass of all. descriptions. V STATION REQUISITES.-Sheep and Cattle'Troughing. Sluice Valves for Dams, etc. ' : " REFRIGERATING- PLANT. - . - AGENTS.-Stewart & Lloyd's, Ltd., Artesian Well-boring Tubes: large stock on hand. Also Piping ? and Boiler Tubes, etc. . ¡ Stewart & Lloyd's D-on and Steel Piatas-all sizes. Cundall, Sons, & Coy., Ltd.,.Oas Engines and Suction Gas Generating Plant, Oil Engine...

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THE SKELLY MURDER CASE. TOWNSVILLE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 21 December 1907

. THE SKELLY MURDER CASE. TOWNSVILLE, Friday.       At the Police Court to-day Michael   McKee, was committed for trial at   the Supreme Court in February for   the murder of Thomas Skelly.   It is reported that the deceased man, Skelly, made a will leaving all his property and life policy to Mrs. McKee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

!. CUSTOMS, FORWARDING, SHIPPING, . INSURANCE. Work of all kinds. . » Agents Xor OCEAN Passenger " and -'Freight Steamship lines to and froui Europe, America, and the East. Shippers of ores, matte, metals, timber, or other products for State. Interstate, English, or other ports ¿rill find it to their advantage to j communicate .with us. FEARNLEY & CO.. LTD., J. G. FEARNLEY Telephone No. 59. Telegrams.-Fearnley, Cairns. BURNS PHILP & CO. LTD. ISLAND LINE OF STEAMERS. To New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Sydney and vice versa. Moresby, Captain F. J. Bayldon, from Cooktown. Mokambo, Captain H. Weauherall, from Cooktown. N Round trip« can be made, return- ing coastwise by the steamers of the IA.U.S.N. Co., Ltd. For particulars as to fares apply BURNS PHILP A. CO LTD. " Cairns.- ; .

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SHIPPING. HIGH TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

r SHIPPING. , ,,,mGH.ÏXDES.t-, .,,¡ v , Th« following aré: tho-'approxiinate: high tides at Cairns: December a.m. ? p..m. . 22 10.40 - 11.00 23 11.25 11.50

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THE SINGAPORE TRADE. STATES IN CONFLICT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

TUB SINGAPORE TRADE. " STATES Ei CONFLICT. The^ Premier of South Australia has annealed to the Federal Government against thc development of Victor- ia's export trade hy means of the subsidy to Archibald Cursie andi. Co that the action of the \?fcïoriàn: .vermnent wns"unfederal." Mr Swin- bourne pointed out, in reply at thc Premiers' Conference, that South Australia had since-1900 a service from the German-Australian line, which calls at Adelaide on its way to Singapore, .while New South Wales .had a . four-weekly service by Hums Philp,and Co's steamers. At the conclusion . of"" Mr. Swinbourne's - speech Mr. Price, withdrew his motion hut returned later to-the charge by claiming that, the action of Victoria was equivalent to granting - a " bonus, which was a .violation of section Ol oí'she; Commonwealth constitution:' Hei also broueht under notice the rc-" lie also urougni, UUUIT Hunte nm re- port thät the Governments of -New South Wales Wictbria, \\m\ Queens- land? were co-operatin...

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OLD SPANISH ART. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

OLD SPANISH ART. - Thc recent sale, real or alleged, .Irma Toledo, of two pictures by th« | Spanish-painter^known as El Greco, 1 has raised f.n outcry throughout Spain, and v especially in Toledo, which declares that selling art'treu-. sures Is. to Kill the goose that lays the golden eggs. Tourists who year- ly spend thousands of . pounds in thc ,o!d Spanish cities would disappear Iwith thc works of art that attract them. Since then £150,000 has been ,feiTeTed for an ancient chased silver i!tray among the cathedral plate, and 50,000 crowns for a painting hy. El ? Greco, in thc ditlagc of lllcscos, near Toledo, Legislation by'tho Cortes ls 'expected. . -

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BLENDING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

BLENDING RACES. I France is about to try in Tunis" nn experiment in colonial sclf-tfpvVrnment; which will command attention throu . ghoul the world.' Ie. is nothing" less ¡ »han the germ; of autonomy, >uth ! KuTopcans and ~ salives on an equal footing. A freely-elected assembly is tp:;be, formed, composed of 36 repres- entatives of the'French' colony, and ? , lerrcpresentatives of "thc natives, and this body will be permitted to enable alli mattera relating to Tunisian ad- ministration and- finance, ; (though al first its functions will, bc only con- sultative.

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A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. j Is 3>. Sheldon's New Discovery, thu well-ltnown remedy for all Chest anti Lung troubles ls 6d and 3s per bot- tle. Obtainable at all Chemists and storekeepers. .

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WHAT AMERICA READS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

WHAT AMERICA READS. i TKe Bulletin, of thc Washington Cen- tral Bureau shows returns from over 18,000 establishments, employing ov- er 145,000 persons, anti issuing over 21,000 newspapers 'and periodicals', which earned in advertisements ¿nd sales upwards of fiity millions ster- ling. More than 15,000 of the news- papers and periodicals issued were weekly publications. There were 25 00 monthlies and nearly as many il lilies, three-fourths ot which were evening papers. Altogether there aro ; 27 ': Janguagct -represent«!. ? '"QI v¡.al;i ' tlíese"various newspapers and period-* icnls there were issued in ono year. 10.325.000,000.

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