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Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

Telegraphic. | Wednesday's News by Wire. --. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. Loxiiox, Monday. Rhodes and Maguire have been elected directors vlf the British South African Company. Mr Beit withdrew. Mr Rhodes stated that when Rhodesia 'iïirs7ievéïô'|Trirèrî?w-oiiid become' the I debenture debt of the country, but within fifteen months the revenue and cxpenditiue would balance, and share- holders would obtain ample returns. All Transvaal troubles were caused through treating Englishmen as slaves and those troubles would nevet cease until their rights had been conceded. He proposed a British Guarantee for a £2,000,000 loan to construct a rail- way from Buhiwayo to Tanganijiki, which would give Africa to Great Britain. The capital of the Company would be increased to ¿£5,000,000. Mr Rhodes' remarks evoked great' cheer- ing. Loxnox, Tues. The Emperor of China has stopped the inquiry into the charge of bribery against Li Hung Chang and others. The Canadian Hpuse of Commons have ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DEPARTURIS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

DErARTUKTS. April 21.-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clark for Townsville, via poits, Passeugeis: Misaes AVilliams, Kaliill ; Mrs Bates ; Messrs Martin (2), and one in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co, agents. April 21-Arawatta, g, Captain F. C. Lee for Cooktown, via Port Douglas. Passengers Mipses Allwood, Douglas ; Mrs MeKay and child ; Messrs Wiseman, Hughes, Sharp, Allwood, and 11 in the steerage. April 23.-Franklin, B, Captain Holmes, for Southern ports. Passengers: Mesdames Faasah, Allen and three children, McMillan and three children, Carbis, Heslop ; Miss Heslop ; Messrs Faasah, Allen, Anning, ' Williams, Harlen, and six in the steerage. J. G. Fearnley, agent. April 23.-Barrabool, s, Captain Hammer, for Sydney direct. Walsh & Co, agents. April 24.-Arawatta, s. Captain F. G. Lee, for Southern ports. Pdssengers : Mesdames Wilkinson, Kenny, Lewis, Cronin ; Messrs Pask, Horniblow, Gray, Lapraik, Bavato, Mullet, and 15 in the steerage. Burns, Philp & Co, agents. April ...

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

Foi; FKESH SHIPMENTS WEEKLY OF GENERAL PRODUCE. OATEN HAY, CHAFF, BRAN, POLLARD, OATS, MAIZE, BACON, HAMS, CHEESE, POTATOES - AND ONIONS, AÍÍD " FRESH BUTTER. TEY-W«. LENNON & CO. THE NIW SAUCE. SPECIALTIES by every Steamer from the beat Markets. Hum» Kimi I re-li llutlir til« i Hulled Out* tlnii IH lotiituc» Iii} turn Uuilt, llnui tullun!, &e FrcSb Produce SOLE PROPRIETORS OF« 1/11 Dil' » l¿f\\ DTM' TFÄ . THE CELEBRATED. I\HI\II Ot UVL|/LI1 I ?>#*. PURE CEYLONS -Onlj li lit the qnnntity i.t Í.A11V (r f O'UEN Tea Li rjTiur.il «1 II < i iparnl with unv other Brand in tlic Ans ruilin (.ulomn EXCELLENT VALUE IROHMOHÖERS CCHCRÄL MERCHAHTsOROQERS Cheap Familjf Drapers, Outfitters, Mern, House Fumlshere« Boots and Shoes, 4c rnccs ftud Tattcrns ou \j ititi ltion All Onla ? - - - .? ]nm] t utteiitmn NOTE OUR ONLY ADDRESS Wm. LENNON & CO., A mm toi lunn ABBOTT ST , CAIRNS Ne\t Bank \ustialism MULGRAVE HOT?L Pci)is O'Hara, I (Late of Mareeba.) > WEGS t...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

MOVEMENTS. The Palmer, «, from Townsville, via ports is due this morninc, and will have prompt despatch for the South. The Lass O'Gowrie. s, is due from Town- sville via ports on Wednesday morning, and will leave again on the return trip the same day. The Taiyuan, s, from China ports, arrived on Saturday night, and had prompt despatch for the South. The Western Star, schooner, arrived on Saturday from Sydney, and proceeded up the Inlet to unload cargo for Hambledon. The Menmuir, s, from China ports, left - Hong Kong on the I2th inst, and should arrive here any time. The"Katoomba, s, from Southern ports is due to-morrow. . The Wodonga, s, with the weekly mail from the South is due this morning. The Ballara, B, is due from the South on Thursday the 5th May.

Publication Title: Morning Post
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THE PREWER AT WARWICK. THE POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT. FEDERATION AND SEPARATION. THE ALIEN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

THE PREWER A T WARWICK. THE POLICY OF TKE GOVERN- MENT. FEDERATION AND SEPARATION. THE ALIEN QUESTION. The Hon T. J. Byrnes, Premier and Attorney-General, addressed an enthusi- astic meeting of his constituents at Wai wick on Thuisday last in the Town Hall. At the outset of his speech Mr Byrnes referred to his assumption of office of the first Minister of the Crown, and at con- siderable leugth sketched the policy of the Go\ eminent. Speaking of the Q.N. Bank, he said thal in dealing with this matter the Government would .show an originality and individu ility of its own, and on this question he was entitled to the suppoit and confidence of the electors. Referring next to the future policy of the Government, the Premier said he would address them more with reference to the guiding principles of the Govern- ment in the forthcoming session, and not as for purposes of a general election. Speaking on the Federación question, the Piemier said the attitude of Queens- land must mostly depe...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Koraing, April 28th, 1898. THAT ALDERMANIC TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

" MOHMlVGr POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Korain*, April 28th, 1898. THAT ALDERMANIC TROUBLEf ALU. HANSFORD'S resignation as an Alderman of the Cairns Municipal has been accepted with regret. The regret has been echoed in many places outside of the Council. In the first place, as Alderman Draper pointed out at the last meeting of the Council, , it is not often that the Municipality can secure the services of an alderman of Mr Hansford's standing and calibre; when it does so, it may consider itself fortunate, because the busy business men of to-day are loth to give up their valuable time for the benefit of the community at large. But in other ways it is to be regretted that steps were taken to prove Mr Hansford's disqualification lor the office of alder- man, and doubly so because at least one of those w ho took a prominent part in objecting to Mr Hansford's taking his seat at the Council table, is himself a newly electee! alderman who could, if a...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Monday. Considerable difference of opinion exists in shipping and oilier circles hero regarding the ownership of tim Mariposa, now en route from Sydney to San Vrancisco with £35.o'00 '" spacia on hoare/, in the ht-'st Liifurnieil circles it is not considered likely (lint she- will be attacked by the Spanish. The barque I.aQueaida, which is now on her way from New Yoik to this port, is principally laden willi k-ro.-ine oil consigned to ihe North Queensland Iron Company.

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Tides. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

- Tides. . The following list of the approxi- mate state of the tides at the Fairway Buoy is furnished by Mr Pilot Dick- son: A.M. P.M. it. M. ft. in. ii. si. ft. in. April 27 2 0 l8 0 2 20 17 0 " 28 3 30 l8 2 3 40 17 li " 20 4 20 l8 G 4 30 l8 O " 30 5 0 l8 0 5 30 l8 6 May 1 5 40 19 0 6 10 l8 9 " 2 6 20 19 3 6<>0 1!) 0 ,, 3 7 0 li) (i C 30 19 0'

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

M. Fulton & Sons ARE OPENING OUT THREE LARGE CASES -OF- , * Boots, Shoes and Slippers, Which are just to hand from the Best . COLONIAL, BRITISH AND AMERICAN MARKETS. ÍEW PREMISES OPPOSITE COOM HOUSE, And Next Door bnt one to T. FULTON, the well-knoara Bcotmaktr and Importer " ABBOTT. STRKBT, CAIRNS.

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VICTORIA. MELIOURNE Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

VIC f ORIA. MUM OUKXE Wed. The sittings of the Inlireoloni.il Labor Congress were brought to a eonelusDii M st-rilli During the il.i)'slnisiniss it u .is decided to reiom mend to the Labor ptrtits of the vanoi-. colonies the a'loluion of all Government and Mumupil eoutr.icts, i universal minimum wage, an eight hour d.i\, and old <ig¿ pensions A resolution was a lopted nllirmni!; tint the Commonwealth B II was undemo eratie and uijiinous to the best interests ot the people

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

JOHN CAIRNS, AUCTIONEER, Forwarding, Land, lining -AND GENERAL - COMMISSION ÄG33KTT, ABBOTT STRUCT, CAIRNS. Before Purchasing Elsewhere 6. R. MAYERS & GO,, AMI ISMT.el TllhIltVVIMl.lt Mock, Ne tv Goods ! ! New Goods ! ! >ow ori;>hii OUT i.\ U.M.S. Hubs of SuihwlanrJant) Deyonshiifi The Lir«cst Shipment of Dupery nu li.uu over I.iuduil DI li HUT flinn tlio best Kiiglish anil Switch Miinu f.ictmors. Floor Cloths, Dress Goods, Linoleums, Cashmeres, Flannelettes, Serges, Flannels, Corsets, Blankets, Umbrellas, Calicoes, Hoisery, Quilsts, Turkish Towels, Table Linens, Table Napkins, Etc. AU (¡omis marked in l'liiiii Figures ut lowest Ciish Prices. .NO MIDDLEMAN'S PUOKT. ' G.R. MAYËRS&CO, DIRECT lMl'OltTHllS. Our (¡rneury Di'partinuut hits heun ro-iiiiHlilulluil, mid iiiti'iuliii^; pur- chase) B imulil do well to obtain our Litest CASH PRICE LISP before Purchasing Elsewhere. CHEAPEST AND BEST HOUSE IN TOWN FOR BOOTS and SHOES. fi. A. HAVERS & DO., People's Ca...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. SyoNEï, Weil. A deputation of sugar growers yes- terday waited on the Premier and urged him not to reduce the duty on sugar below £3 per ton. They pointed out that if the duty was, sa fixed the .farmers would enter into an agreement with the Colonial Sugar Company, under which they would continue sugar cultivation. * Mr Reid promised to consult his colleagues. Figures piililishc 1 show that tV-k export of coal from Newcastle tn Manilla last year was larger by 27,020 tons thai that oí the previous year. Nine hundred bunches ol bananas from Cairns have been condemned hereby the Fruit Inspector, also 2u cases of oranges and 24 eases of apples from Queensland. The apples had been exported from Neu South Wales, condemned 111 Basham, and sent back to Sidney. Advices I rom Adelaide state thal ^o eases of Queensland oranges have he en condemned there owing to si ale.

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

I OH MLB IT BEDROCK PRICES. I Ulher'f Special Reserve Whisky. I _ Ölend*« 15 years old Special Reserve Whisky I AiDlMei 12 years old Glen Lion Whisky I Bltqnit De Beach» Pale Brandy I Pwrkin'l XXX Sparkling Ale I in Octaves, quarters and cases. I WALSH St Co, Cairns and Port Douglas, I Mareeba and Mossman. I USE ONLV o o r r su, Grown at Myola, near Karron Falls, Cairns, N.Q. The Registered Brand is au Alligator. WALSH & Co., SOLE AGENT?.

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

A.U.S.N. JDO.. Ltd. ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE. F «"UVE Steamers of the above Company are I intended to sail aa under: Tovvnsviil«:' Bowen Mackay .Rockhampton .Gladstone i .Bundaberg .Maryborough Brisbane Sydney] Melbourne {Adelaide, {Albany ' j Freemantle {Geraldton" {Cossack, and other Wu>t Australian ports Geraldton Mourilyan Cardwell Dungeness Townsville Port Douglas Cooktown ^Thursday Island j Normanton ^Burketown AVOWING V 301h I P.M.MKR, \VODOXG\, TO-UAY .Transhipping n Keppel Bay {Transhipping at Cooktown. {Transhipping at Melbourne. .<"or further particulars apply to BURNS, PHILP à CO., LIMITED, _Agents. S.S. "VICTORY," (90 Tons Reg.) THIS Steamer is now Employed for Attendance on Oversea Steamers at Fairway Beacon, and is also available for all lighterage and towing purposes. Special Terms to Picnic Parties and Friendly Societies, When in Attendance on Oversea Vessels a limited number of Passengers will be carried. FARE : 2s 6d, Adults ; Children, Is. BÜBNS, ...

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Petty Debts Court. APRIL 27TH. 1898. [Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs W. J. Munro and R. Stuit, J.J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

Petty Debts Court. APRir. 27TH. 1898. [Before tho Police Magistrate, and Messrs W. J. Munro and R. Stuit, J.J.I\] E. Draper aud Co. v J. King. Adjourned till next sitting of the court. .' ?Jas. McCoukey v Mrs J. Keating £26. Mr Milford appeared for defendant and Mr Le Vaux for plaintilf. Adjourned till Friday next.

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BARRON FALLS AND THE CHILLAGOE SYNDICATE. [To THE EDITOR "MORNING POST."] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

BARRON FALLS " AND' THE CHILLAGOE SYNDICATE. [To -THE- EDITOR "-MORNING POST."] SIR,-As a good,deal of noise is just now being made about this question it may not be out,of place, to mention what is the usual run of decisions In the'British Courts of Law on subjects of the kind. And it might be that in any legal dispute-about the Barron Falls, the decision could be appealed to the Supreme Court of England. The decisions generally run as follows :-When any public company, etc., propose taking water anywhere for a purpose of public utility, commercial designs, etc., whereby a number'of'workpeople will get dairy'eniploymentj'the possession of said water and all having a claim to it as it runs through" then- disjnct must acquiesce in the scheme under payment of what damages (arbitrated value) may mult to them. Ihroucb the loss of aai<i water-or point ont te'tftc th« aawOer- 1W nfia- âaM' «MTlààii «tatt ' sourceof supply equally as good and profit- able for them. Amusement has...

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Licensing Court. APRIL 27TH, 1898. (Before the Police Magisttate and Messrs W. J. Munro, R. Sturt, and J. G. Fearnley, J.J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

Licensing Court. APRIL 27T, 189S. (Before the Police Magisttate and Messrs \V. J. Munro, 15. bturt, and J. G. Fearnley, J.J.J.P.) Mary Ann Butler applied for a provisional license for a» hotel to be erected on the Mulgrave road, near Fretwell'a. ^ -Mr Le Vaux appeared for the appUcaint, - and preaeuted « petition in favor of such a license bein » g anted, signed by 00 resi- dents in the ueljhbouiiiood. The Licensing Inspector urged that a large number of residents objected strongly to such a license being granted. Tho application was refused.

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

Furniture. Furniture. A. J. DRAPER DESIRES to call attention to the fact that he has at present » very large atocle of Firat-Cbuu FURNI- TURE on hmid, comprising . every requisite fnr ïL>t«ls > .t ni ni iv 1:0 liuuiw. J IT MüáT BE îaOLD AT ONOJÎ. (BEST BRANDS OF SPIRITS, WINES, BEERS, Ac. Only Kept The NEWMARKE1 I« the most Centrally ¿ \ Situated, being within 3 minutes walk of the Court House and other PUBLIC BUILDING*

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AN ENGLISHMAN ON THE REBELLION IN CUBA, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

AN ENGLISHMAN ON THE RE- BELLION IN CUBA, An Englishman, who has been through Cuba, wrote to the "National Review" a de- scription of the situation. He says : -"Gen- erally speaking, it may be said that the Spaniards hold the towns, while beyond their limits the rebels are all powerful, but .... General Weyler's policy-if such it be-has been an absolute and entire failure. What- ever sympathy may at one time have been felt has been alienated. The barbarities have been awful ; the war has been one of the cruellest ever known ; and the conduct of the Spaniards towards the pacíficos or neutrals is what mighl have been expected ¡u the fifteen- th century. General 'Weyler's policy has been a war of absolute cxtermina'ion, but in spite of the many hundreds who have been killed, this policy has remained sterile. The Spanish anny is in a deplorable condition, a very large percentage of the soldiers being unfit for service. They arc scarcely clothed, and what uniforms they do receive are qui...

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APRIL 27TH, 1898. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs W. J. Muuro and R. Sturt, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

AMIL 27m, 1S9S. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs . W. J. Muuro and R. Stui t, J.J.P.) E. F. Smith was fined 5s for diunkcness, in default 24 hours in the lock-up, and for obscene language w.is lined 40s or one mouths' imprisonment. Francis Kelly was fined 5s for drunken- ness. Willie (Kanaka), on remand, was charged with assault. John Hart deposed :* I am groom at the Crowu Hotel. 1 saw the accused on Mon- day night in Sachs street, he hit me twice, when a policeman arrested him. Accused was fined 40s. -

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