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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

VICTORIA. MEMÍOUUSE, Wed The Government GdZet.'i: issued to- day.xontains a proclamation notifying . than nb fruit i nie» tod Kith fruit fly will be admitted into .Victoria^":".

Publication Title: Morning Post
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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY,Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. SVDNEV, \V«.l.' Hundreds of Australians haveoffer cd'liieir services'to the United States Consul in the event of war with Spain. Tlie Consul has'thanked them but expressed hts hope that their services may not be required. A federal demonstration was held last night at the. Town Hall. The principal speakers were Messrs Bar- ton, O'Conner, Wise and See. There were several thousands present "and a resoluton was carried almost unanimously approving of the Commonwealth Bill. A number of Queensland aboriginals now camped at Goodooga have crossed the border. They were afraid that under thc Queensland i Aboriginal Protection Act they would be taken to Fraser Island.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

Birth.     ROSSER.-At the residence of Captain Robertson on Wednesday, 20th April, the wife of C. Rosser, of Port Douglas, of a daughter.

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

TllE ÍV INTERCOLONIAL "STEAMERS. \VKI;KI.V PASSKSISF.R XS» CAROO SERVICE i-nou OAIKXS Tr> .- ; ' GERALDTON "I S.S. LASMO'GOWME CARDWELL -i- (13f>Tons), LUCINDA ) - '?":}-'-WEDNESDAY TOWNSVILLE Morning, v. ": ; 127'liA ri!,at IO *.m. Tt.nm]i'ti|>iiu l'.i K'i^i'i-s aii'l Carao into 'lin-S.S. .' 1 ' K i ¡ N( .' 11 ! N Ë, " ' ' T YR I AN, " ¡mil .'LKCiï.V," leaving T-'-nsvillo for <tll Si.iitln i " ! 'i"t.M!i<;iy S.ituruay. °^s'cng ;$ looked Through to ali Southern Ports. .tiACSv A i ian'iviiAM-'TOS MM;Vii(.i..i!i\:ii LKIsiiANi-i .> Vi'IS KV MKLliOUUNW VÜKLAIDÜ. ALUANY FREMANTLE UKliALDTUN PEREGRINE LEURA TYRTAN FltOM TOWNSVILLE Every SATURDAY. Ked aced Steerage Fares. A LUîEHÀL REDUCTION is allowed off STliliKACE Passag-i Rates. ... For further particulars apply to T -- WALSH A CO., -TIIE Adelaide Steamship COMPANY, LIMITED. Passenger and Cargo Serrice BETWEEN CAIRNS AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA {VIA PORTS). . S.S. "Adelaide." S.S. " Bullara." S.S. " Colac" (...

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OFF TO THE KLONDYKE. [TO THE EDITOR "MORNING POST."] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

OFF TO THE KLONDYKE. [To THK EDITOR «. MOK.NIXG POST."] Sir,-There is a great deal o! misinforma- tion being published relative to thc best route to the Klondyke Goldfields, which will mis- lead Australian prospectors unless it is corrected. The wiitcr was at Dawson City last July and August, has been over two ol' the routes, and has knowledge, based on experience ami the lates: official reports, of the condition and cost of the several ways of reaching the Yukon Valley. Briefly, the facts are as follows :-" All along, close to the coast, from Vancouver North, is an almost impassable barrier of mountains, ranging from 5,000 leet to 18,000 feet in height. Klondyke is 600 miles in the in- terior from the nearest" port on the coast: The mountains are pierced by a number of swiftly dashing rivers, none of the navigable except one. So far only three, passes through the mountains have been found, nainelv, the Chilkat, the Chilkoot, and thc White." The first is a slock and winter trail. Ho...

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

M, A TOT» WHOLESALE & RETAIL ' ^¡É Pro vision - Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS, MBOLAND buys his Goods-for Spot Gash, in the Cheapest and . Best Markets of-the World. He can, therefore, afford to sell at a fair Profit, Cheaper than any other House in Cairns. WHAT IS M. BOLANDS STOCK ? Goods Delivered promptly to all parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PRODUCE, Fresh Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twice a week. M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant, ABBOTT STREET. CAIRNS. * HUNTER'S KURANDA Paw Paw Frûit Sade*. ATTENTION! DYSPEPTICS. Indigestion is at the root of more than half of our present day bodily ailments, accentuated, as it is, by the almost universal habit of stomach drug- ging. Simply * stated, these distressing symptoms and their consequent evils are directly due to the inability to properly digest the food consumed. No amount of medication can aid this most vilal and important function. ¡ The proprietors pf HURTER'S PAW-...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. April H.-Aramac, s, Captain R. Arm BtroiiRufrcm Southern ports. - Passengers,: Mesdames Brain, Dougall, Hides, Hansford, Whitehouse, Messrs Swift, '.babbington, Brain, Hollis, Marks, 'Stewart) Srniti>(lMc Dermott, Williams, Carr, Pepper, Murray, îiïcholis, Dungall, Massey, Alderdyce, Brian, Cairns, Kev. Goldie, Mrs Hollis and four children, and eight in the steerage. Burua, Philp and Co., agents. April 14 -Palmer, s, Captain Clark, from Townsville, via ports. Passengers : Messrs Wood, Gribben, Bray, Marshall, Hunter, Forrest, Sharp, the Hon. A. S. Cowley and two in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. April 14.-Wakefield, s, Captain Free- man, from GeraHton. J, G. Fearnley, agent. April 16.-Aramac, s, Captain R. Arn strong from Cooktown via Port Douglas. Passengers two Sisters of Mercy, ? Mrs Haiboard, Messrs Martin, Murray, Millican McCPark, and five in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co , .agents. April 1(5.-Taiyuan, s, Captain R. Nelson from China por...

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COFFEE-GROWING IN THE MACKAY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

COFFEE-GROWING IN THE MACKAY DISTRICT. [BY D. BIU-HAN AS, Malinger of the State Nursery, Mackay.] The fnUun-ing interesting paper we clip from the October number of the Queens- land Agricultural Journal;-"lt should bo a'matter of congratulation to alp in- terested tn the progress of Queensland agriculture, to see and know the efforts that are being made to establish the coffee industry in this district ; the nuuiber of people that have come here to ask for information and to see for them- selves afford proof that coffee-growing is to becomo ,tu item in tho fnrmor's pro- gramme, if it does not eventually become .1 rival of cine-íjrowiii». 1 know tlmt objections cati bo uryjd against cnteriily into the industry : The Hemelia may tind its way here-the flying foxes may eat the cherries-the drought may kill the crop-the price may fall, &c, &c. ; but all other branches of both horticulture and agriculture are subject to the same calamities and aro likely to continue to bes...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. PERTH, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. - PEKTIT, Wed. The West Australian Government have received reports from the ex- perts to whom the matter was referred that it would be cheaper to manufac- ture in the colony the steel pipes for the Coolgardie water scheme than to have the work done in England. COOLGARDIE, Wed. Several days ago a gang of fettlers .tationed at Woolgangi had a tarpau- lin muster when ten shillings were collected. A man named James Mead departed to fetch beer but re- turned-without any liquor. His mates held a,court martial over him and sentenced him to^be hanged. He was immediately strung up and when taken down was insensible ; it was several hours before he was brought roupd. Mead has now recovered from the effects.

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CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

CAIRNS ül VISION AL BOARD. Tho adjourned ordinary meeting "f Iii Cairns Divisimi.il Bo.nd iras huh? ar. th Bond's lillico nt 7 M p.m. on Thursday 14th inst. There were present-Messrs \Y. J Munro (Chairman), C. S. S. Ross, T Mackey, W. H. .Swallow, W. D. Uol.son and Hon. X. Hood. Tlie Chairman stated that the electioi of a member to fill the vacancy caused bi the retfromunt of Mr Fretwell. was heh on Saturday the !hh inst., and resulte» in the election of Hon. Victor H..pd, whom he now introduced tn thu Board. Mr Hobson welcomed M>- hood uss member for No. Ö Sub-division, and Mi Hood'replied tbankin;; thc lncnuieis ni tile Board for their courtesy. Thu minutes of tho last meeting were read and confirmed. COUKKSi'ON DENCE. The outward correspondence was read and confirmed, and the inward correspon- dence was read, received and ordered to bo dealt with on the motion of Mr Mackay, seconded by Mr Ross. A letter was read fruin Messrs J. W. Davies and E. Whitehouse, asking the Boaril to...

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

FOB HOLLOWARE, CUTLERY. CROCKERY AMI GLASSWARE, IRONMONGERY, ^ LAMPWARE, ENAMELWARE Asa.TINWARÉ, , . T*.-Wii. LSNSU>" ii W WM. STUART, -: AN!» Commission A^ent TllORNnOUGlI, HODGKINSON. MIKES INSPECTED ASH FULLY RE PORTED ON. Ail, WAIUIENV COUNT BUSINESS UNDERTAKEN. LONDON AnniiKss : /;.- & rr. s TU AR T, COLONIAL AGENTS and ENGINEERS, 57 Gracechurch Street, E.C. JOHN CAIRNS, AUCTIONEER, Forwarding, Land, lining -AND GENERAL - COMMISSION AGENT, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. Robt. Sturt & Co, '»--"-..,.-.., AUCTIONEERS, I Land, Horse and Cattle Calostuen Land and fatale affûts ;"' . ' " ? Agents fr.r Absènires, Accident life and Tiri! Insurance Agents. Cuätoms House and Forwarding Agents. Slmrcbroker and Financi-l Amenta. Valuators, te. Kim Insurance Oifii-e. Standard Tire & Marine Insurance Cu. N.Z. Phoenix Fire Oliice. Manchester Fire Assurance Co. Mutual Life Association of Australia Secretiry to Cairns Chamber of Coimiereo. Cairns Fire itrigade tic mi. Valuato...

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

BURNS, PUL! =&c CO.'S== Annual Stocktaking SALE. ¿RCAT CLCÄRÄNCE OF ALL JOB REMNANTS, -: FOR : 2 ]j[eeks jjnly. I6tb to tbe 30tb April. HOLL UP. ROLL UP. ROLL UP. -W O R THE BARGAINS [urns, philp/(Jo. LIMITED. RACECOURSE HOTEL, EIGHT-MILE, MULGRAVE ROAD, O. IB. CT O USTE S3 PROPRIETOR. rpHE above Hotel has non- been completely renovated, and is now nuder the Sule J- Management of the Licensee, C. E. JONES. Splendid loose buxes and paddock accomodation. -:o: Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, and LIQUORS always Kept in Stock. MOI.-.JKAVK TIIAM STOPS FIVE MINUTES OrrosiTE THE RACECOURSE HOTEL. Cf. VI LIT, CLEANLINESS AXD COMFORT. A GOOD TABLE ALWAYS KE PT RACECOURSE HOTEL, c- \TSt, Under : Entirely §lMf IVew Management. THE QTTZEZEILSrS MOSSMAN RIVER, Port Douglas District. The Only Two-Storey Hotel in the Township. T. "WILLIAMS, Proprietor. Til WILLIAMS desires to inform Visitors tn the District and the (teneral Public, thai I . he has Purchased that Favorite Hostelry, the ...

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CAIRNS MUNICIPAL COUNCIL SOME LITTLE PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

CAIRNS MUNICIPAL COUNCIL > SOME LITTLE PARS. .The adjourned general meeting of the Cairns Municipal Council was held in the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening hst. Present - Aid. K. Aumuller (Mayor), G. W. Le Vaux. L. Brown,-M. Boland, G. Bardon, G. K: Mayers and A.- J. Draper. ALII.'HANSFORD'S RESIGNATION; Aid. Hansford wrote resigning his,position as an Alderman of the Council. - Aid. Mayers moved that it be accepted with regret.. In seconding, Aid Draper said that this was the right place to record the fact,that an alderman of tnelowh of Cairns had'lb'st' his seat at the Council table through the;' care lessness of,', the late Town Clerk. It was simply sheer carelessness on the part of that official, as Aid Hansford had paid all his rates, which should have been credited to him. He considered it very rough on any citizen that, through the. neglect and carelessness of thc Councils' own official, he should be debarred from his right to vote and subsequently to his right to repr...

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MESSRS. SWALLOW BROS.' PRESENTATION. AN ENTHUSIASTIC GATHER ING. AN ADDRESS AND A PURSE OF SOVEREIGNS. ELOQUENT SPEECHES THAT WERE NEVER SPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

MESSRS. SWALLOW BROS.' PRESENTATION. AN ENTHUSIASTIC GATHER IXG. AN ADDRESS AND A PURSE OF SOVEREIGNS. ELOQUENT SPEECHES THAT WERE NEVER SPOKEN; One of the most enthusiastic gatherings which has been held in Cairns for many years ¡inst was that which tool; place at Mr C. E. Jones1 Racecourse Hotel, Mulgrave Hoad on Thursday evening, 7th instant ; thc occasion being thc presentation of an address and a purse of soveresgns to Messrs W. H., T. F. and J. Swallow, late proprietors of Hambledon Plantation, hy their oh! employees and intimate friends. Mr E. A. Milford occupied thc chair and the big dining room was filled almost lo overflowing by old em- ployees anti a few of the more intimate friends ot Messrs Swallow Bros. who in spite of the most inclement state of the weather journeyed out from town in order to be present at the function. After the majority of those present had been seated with a good deal of difficulty, the toast of " The Queen " was proposed by the Chairman, who took ...

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Licensing Court. Adjourned Quarterly Meeting of Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

Licensing Court. Adjourned Quarterly Meeting of Licensing Court. Before Messrs W. J. Munro, Jno Cairns, J. G. Fearnley, and R.Sturt, J.P. A new License was granted to P.J. Howley,   Newmarket Hotel.   Renewed licenses were granted to P. J. Howley and Margaret Keating.  

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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Morning, April 21st,1893. NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 April 1898

"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Morning, April 21st, 1898. NOTES AND NOTICES. Note Messrs Burns, Philp and Co.'s adver-tisement in this issue. The stocktaking sale of the season. Our leader, dealing with the late Municipal Council complaints, is unfortunately crowded out of this issue, but will appear in our next. A telegram has been received by Mr T. F. Swallow from Sir H. M. Nelson stating that the Governor will land between 9 and 9.30 this morning and that a special train to Kuranda has been arranged tor his party. Messrs Malone and Wingfield, North- cote, have just put through six tons of stone from their Sunday reef, which gave a return of 68oz. or 11oz. 6dwts. per ton. Mr A. S. Cowley, Speaker of the Legisla- tive Assembly, was entertained by a num- ber of Cairns citizens at Hides' Hotel on Saturday evening last. Owing to press exigencies we are compelled to hold over Mr Cowley's speech until next issue. A public meeting will be hel...

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THE OPINION AND THE FACT [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

".THE OEIXION A3ÇD.THE FACX--, First let us have what the doctor said,' then the acts upon ."which In- based his opin-j ion, and fimallywe may.ask whether the( facts justified that opinion. j The ductor's op.nion was this, .' The man] is suffericg from chionic infatuation ofthe^ brain." l t , j The facts as set forth subsequently by the patient himself under oath, and also verified) by careful investigations, are these :- > In August, 18S9, the first symptoms of j disease appeared. He lud a bad lautem! the mouth, and a thick, slimy, ; phlegm! covered the tongue and teeth, so that he was often obliged to wipe it out with a handker- chief. He had no appetite and after eating! the simplest, thing he felt great oppression, j and poins at the sides and chest. Later on) he was seized with dizziness and dreadful] ?"paid ih the head, the back of the held being Bwoolen, and so hot .that it seemed on fire j Thi» vpain in thg.head grew»or«e, until thej patient fancied his head must burst : ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

NICHOLAS FtNNv . Auctioneer! Commission AGENT. .v~--J» ? MACROSSAN STREET,' '

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

QUEENSLAND. BRI.SIIV.XK, Tues. Lately the innoculation experiments for the eradication of ticks have proved positively that bulls that have been I treated must be left undisturbed "until j they have completely reeovereel from \ the fever induced by the injection of j affected blood. In many cases callie have been driven long distances lo be innoculated, and returned immediately I afterwards. Wednesday. A reconstruction of the Ministry took place to-day. The personnel now is-Chief Secre- tary and Attorney General, Mr Byrnes; Home Secretary, Mr Dick- son ; Postmaster General! Mr Wilson ; Treasurer and Minister of Mines, Mr Philp; Minister of Instruction, Mr Dalrymple; Minister of Lands, Mr Foxton; Minister of Agriculture, Mr Chataway ; and Minister of Railways and Works, Mr Murray. In addition to the above Mr Barlow retains his position as Minister with- out portfolio. . i

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. April 20. - Lass O'Gowrie, s, Captain McKenzie, from Townsville, via ports. Passengers : Misses Buttler (2), Angus, Messrs Johnson, Harlen, Williams, McDon- nell, Gardner, White, Grimshaw, and 13 in the steerage. Walsh and Go, agents. April 20th.-Adelaide, s, Captain Kcir, from Townsville via ports. Walsh and Co, agents. April 21.-Arawatta, 8 Captain F. G. Lee, from Southern ports. Passengers: Mesdames Wilkinson. Duffy ; Messrs Duffy, Gregory, Tulley, Ball, McLcod, Eade, Crawford, Ogg, and 12 in the steerage. Lord Lamington, Sir Hugh Nelson and party were also passen- gers hy this boat. Burns, Philp and Co, agents. April 21-Palmer, s Captain A. J. C.'ark, from Townsville, via ports. Passengers : Messrs' Niealli, Lisha, Pask, Warren, lapraik and four in tlio Bteerage. Burns, Philp and Co, agents. April 21-Franklin, s Captain Holmes, from Southern ports. Passengers : Mrs Cogl'en and infant; Miss Atherton ; Messrs Ede, H. V. Hannam, O. Okerlnnd, W. Clarke, aud five ...

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