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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

POUCE COURT. Iii tho Police Court on Saturday morning before Mr. P. G. Grant, P(.M., See Bunco on remand was char- ged with stealing the sum of £14, the property of Tam Lee. Mr. IT. MacDonnell appeared for thc prosecu- tion, and Mr. Hartley for thc defcncç. Willie Ming was further questioned by the P.M. and stated .that he gave ac- cused the money to hand over to I Tam Lee for medicine and board, he. having had his eye recently, knocked out. Mr. Hartley at this stage ten- dered a letter which stated that pro- ceedings in the action were intended to bc civil proceedings. Mr. Mac- Donnell objected as thc letter was without prejudice. Mr. ^Hartley shortljl addressed the bench and .asked that accused be discharged. Thc P.M (Kiinted out that accused received the money and he thought he had devo- ted it to a purpose other than that for which it was intended. He would be bound to commit accused. Mr. Hartley reserved his defenco, and ac- cused' waä committed to take his trial at tho next si...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DINIZULU'S DEFENDERS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

UINIZULU'S DEPKXÜ.BHS¿ LONDON, Saturday. Tho Kev. Dr. "John Clifford, for- merly -President of the Mrtroppjitih Freo Church Council, Mr. Frederic Harrison, President of the lînglish .Positivist Committee; an/1 .< others,. hav\> presented a memorial to Sir H; Campbell Bannerman, Prime Minis- ter, protesting agai nst the treatment of Dinizulu, {he Zulu chief, bj' .the Government, and decluring that Dini eulu's record was one ot unblemished j integrity, - . - ?

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WOOL, SALES. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

WOOL, SALES" I LONDON, Saturday. I The January wool sales are expect- ed to reach 200,0u0 balee. An agi- tation* has been started in some quarters to limit the Quantity offer- ed, but the importers committee held a special meeting and decided to ad- here to their «original idea not td limit the sales.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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ENTOMBED MINERS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

ENTOMBED MINERS. - LONDON, Saturday. AU hope ol saving the men entom- bed in thc Marr minc, at ' Jacob.s Creek, has been practically abandon- ed. Thirteen bodies haye been dis- covered terribly mutilated^ ¡tires be- ing headless. . _

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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SUICIDE AT NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

SUICIDE AT NELSON. Considerable excitement was caused at Nelson on Saturday, afternoon when it became known that a single man named Thomas Biddell, employ- ed on Mr. Munro's farm, had com- mitted suicide by shooting himself through the heart. From the cir- cumstances surrounding the tragedy, it appears that Hiddel, was sitting on his bunk with a rifle between bia legs and attached to the trigger was a piece.of string which the unfoitúnate I man had fastened to his toe. On tho table in his room was-a note ad- dressed to Sergeant Smith, in which Biddell intimated his intention to put an end to himself. Soon after the occurrence Mr. Kendrick), the Nel- son bearer, hurried to thc scene, ? but death had been 'instantaneous, the bullet passing through his heart. De- ceased was about -10 years of ;»ge and apparently a stranger, haviing only recently quitted the Cairns hospital. The police conveyed the body to the Xelson police station pending inter- ment, and thc usual inquiry will be held...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
APPROACH TO THE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

APPROACH TO THE STATION. In Southern towns great rivalry ex- ists between a few of the seationmas ters on the suburban lines in connec- tion with tho flower gardens adjoining the platforms. Trizes in some in- stances have been offered for the best .kept station garden, and the efforts to excel kt this direction havo led to the cultivation of plots and patcher, that are decidedly picturesque. Al- though thc soil in Cairns is by no 1 moans qqual to a region where flowers I bloom in vast numbers and infinite variety, an observant person cantot help l>eing struck with the apfimr ance of tho approach to thc railway station herc. Fifteen years ago. Mr. \V. S. Prewett, the present General Traffic Manager of the line, planted a large number of trees not far froin thc shelter shed on thc same side as the platform, and his efforts? have met with success. These trees now form a welcome shade, especially an enorm- ous Candle tree which possesses the peculiarity of blooming again before its l...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The State Elections. Latest Developments. (By Telegraph). ROCKHAMPTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

The State Elections. Latost Developments. .(My Telegraph). HOCKHAMPTON, Friday. A petition containing' over, four hundred names was to-day presented to, Mr. George D, Connor, asking him to contest Rockhampton N|orth as a Ministerial candidate. Mr. Connor .will give a definite replyj to-morrow. Tho Mount .Chalmers and Thomp- son's Point WJP.O.'S have rqq.uestod Air, T, J, Ryan, banister, to again contest Rockhampton North in tho Labor interest. The Rockhampton W.Pj>. decided not to oppose Brennan, .. Mr. Ryah declines to recognise this body, which is not affiliated, with ithc Central Political Executive. Bte states he will'seek election for tho constituencjj fttj.he Labor organisations wish him to do so. : ss-ra ? . BRISBANE. Saturdays > A movoment is on foot to hold n public'meeting in South" Brisbane wit» the object of securing an alter- ation in Mr. Kidston's endorsement for that electorate.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRUIT INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

FRUIT INSPECTION. A statement has been made .that Mr. French, ' tho Victorinn Entomolo- gist, who recently visited Cairns ynd .1 ¡strict, was so satisfied .with thc Northern inspection und whnt he hits reen of the gardens here that it is probable he will suggest to his Gov- ernment tfie advisability of reducing the netting on bunches from eight to three weeks. Should thia plan bo nd oiitxxi it J will motn « Mving. , o( . at. leust a penny per bunch to tho grow- ers.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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A ROUGH PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

A ROUGH PLACE. Almaden must be a good place to be away from if reports are true con- cerning the happenings there. Th.! Chillagoe "Standard" states' that 'a blacksmith named Vincent Carrol was brutally sandbagged in the Al- maden Street on Sunday night, and a sum of money stolen from his trous- ers pocket. Mr. Carrol, who was seen by thc paper man, bore thc eff- ects of the bag on thc side ol his Ince, and wonder was expressed that he ever saw daylight again. Things arc not too good in Almaden, adds the "Standard," if nil wo hear is authentic, as it is mentioned thal, two or three robberies of money fi om drunken men have taken place lately.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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DROWNING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

DROWNING FATALITY. A married man named Alphonso Broucl»ie, a Belgian, who acted as in pretcr in tho recent cases against the Spaniards at Geraldton was drowned tn the river ut Mourilyan on Wednes- day last. He and his wife were go- ing to Mourilyan to cook, and cross- ed tho river at Stockton. He had carried a box up the bank and then returned for a bundle. 'His delay caused anxiety, and on his wife go- ing hack, to look for the cause, his hat was found on tho bank, while the body was recovered* sooo after not far from thc bank. It was conveyed to - the morgue.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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KITCHEN TEA REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

KITCHEN TEA REUNION. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mis. E. H. Matthews tendered a Kitchen Tea to a "number of friends in honor of the approaching marriago of Miss Williams to Mr.- F. Phill ps. About fifty guests were présent and a pleas- ant ov-eniiur spent by indulging in various) indoor amusements. ( Two long tables were lilli*! with presents, und during tho evening Mr. Matthews proposed the health of the future bride and bridegroom. Mr. Rirhnrd son on behalf of Mr. Phillips respon- ded. " Shortly before eleven o'clock supper was served and half an hour later thc company dispersed after spending a most enjoyable evening.

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CREAGH IN CROYDON. A SPLENDID MEETING. (By Telegraph). CROYDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

CREAGH IX CROYDON. A ..SPLENDID MEETING. (By Telegraph). CROYDON, Saturday. Mr. .Vincent Creagh, member for I Croydon, addressed the electors last \ evening. There was a large crowd present and many af Mr. Crcagh's opponents who had come to advcr- I sely criticise, remained to cheer. Thc member for Croydon, who on coming forward, was accorded a most flattering and enthusiastic re- ception,, spoke for nn hour and three quarters. He held thc audience from beginning to end and carried thc meeting with him throughout. So vigorously and forcibly did he speak that there was not a single interrup- tion, the-speech in this respect put- ting up a record for Croydon. In the course of his remarks Mr. Oreagh declared that the granting, of a dissolution of Parliament was thc only honourable course to pursue, in nrder to allow, the people to decide the issue. At the close of his speech Mr. Creagh challenged tho. Opposition to come forward; and take tho platform. He rciwatedly called for tho quest...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Told By Telegraph. SWEENEY'S SENSATION. PORT DOUGLAS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

Told By Telegraph. SWEENEY'S SENSATION. PORT DOUGLAS, Saturday. A mau named ..John Sweeney creat- ed a sensation here to-day. He made his appearance in tho local, "Kecord" oflice alter having evidently attempt- ed to cut his own throat, and gave vent to- a torrent of religious gibber- ish, mixed with profane and obscene language, demanding that the priest be sent for. He was arrested.

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RAINS AND FLOODS. BRISBANE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

BAINS.AND FLOODS. DUISUANE, Sunday. The Chief Engineer of Railways has receives a telegram from tho District Engineer at Townsville sta* ting that heavy rain fell on Friday evening between Prairie and Hughen- den, and that a washaway occurred between the 288vmilcs and 299 miles. One train was delayed nearly an hour. Repairs are being affected. Heavy rains aro reported from all parts of thu same district, and thc water is over thc railway in many places, but so fur no other damage has been done.

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ETHERIDGE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

iSXHJEUiDGI3 VISITORS. Inteudiug visitors to the Etheridge eau make arrangements for visiting the various portions of the field by wiring to William Crumb, Auctioneer Georgetown. Buggies can always be arranged for if orders are wired in advance. This obviates annoying de- lays which often occur when visitors reach Georgetown and find a diffi- culty in obtaining suitable und prompt means of being conveyed to the outlying portions of tho field. Mr. Crauib also supplies at short notice all information required re- garding mining investments, etc.

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HOLIDAY PASSENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

HOLIDAY PASSENGERS. i IBU western %ram on nawraií, ! evening yeas crowded .with Passengers* ;. I most on holidaying bent*. ¡Tho train Irom Stannary. Hilla and Irvinebank. I owing, lt is stated, ito wasnawayo, ? didi not : reach Boonmoo in tim» . ta join the mali train/ but tho passen- gers and.maila were brought on 'by a special -which arriwd a few hours later. There was a great exodus by tho Aramac (or southern ports, tho ship, so far as passengers were con> cern/xl, being tho fullest that has left Cairns for some time. Eight millions sterling in bets were wagered by the French public during . tho three months of the past season at the summer resorts, and Hie 5 i>cr cent, duty payable to tho Btate for charities amounted to £400,000. There were no regular bandmasters in the British army until 1857, tho musicians bofore that dato being pri- vate individuals, 'hired and J»id by tho officers of the regiment to teach tho "tand."

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THE SMALLEST ERROR [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

THE SMALLEST ERROR I In prescription filling may make a tiiflcrence of life or death. * My Sys- tem absolutely prevents tni&takW. Lennon, Chemist, Abbott Street (ne» Draper's).

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

SPRING. The Spring months bring joy so far as climate is concerned: but the change affects mankind. CORRECTION.-Dr. Rumsey's. Com- pound Sarsaparilla. ' «-. * SUMMER* Aggravates the condition, and if you have not been wise in treating yourself in Spring,- Pimples, Boils, and Blood Disorders appear, and. it will take two bottles to do what one bottle will do in Spring. AUTUMN: If the conditions of Spring and Summer have not been met-your case neglected-it will fare badly with you when you reach <. Y WIN TE R when your blood will be poor, leaving vdu open to attacks of Pneumonia and other Pulmonary Troubles IT IS WISE To take a few doses of RUMSEY'S. SARSAPARILLA ovory-^oekihrough'^ out the year. There are other Sarsaparillas in the market, but only one DR. RUMSEY'S lt is made from the best Red Jamaica Sarsaparilla Root- by a j secret process which extracts the full medicinal virtue of this blood purifying root. , . v ; ; , AT ALU HOTELS, STOREKEEPERS AND CHEMISTS. SOLE AGE...

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Socialistic Education. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 23 December 1907

Socialistic Education. Australian students in science i:: will '.hear with gratification the proposal of Mr. Thomas .Welton Otanford, of Kussell-street, Melbourne, to set aside in his will about £50,00Q as a schol- arship, endowment for Australian stu- dents at the great Stanford Univer- sity, at Palo Alto, near San. Francis- co, Stanford University was founded by .the late Leland Stanford, brother oft Ithci Melbourne resident. Leland Stanford, who was one of th; build- ers of tho firac trans-continental rail- road in America, endowed the univer- sity with £3,000,000. Ho established the institution as a magnificent me- morial of his son, Leland, who died young. In the course of a press inter view Mr. Stanford said his desire was to do something to assist-the Austra- lian young men of utility to make some real headway in thc world by. reaching the topmost height of their professional career, and at tho same time giving to -Australia the full ben- efit! pf their expanded knbwledga.VWi...

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

H. MILLS, Resident Dentist, Chillagoe, MAY BE CONSULTED ON ALL BRANCHES OP DENTISTRY» Of Christmas . (JUST LANDED) AT R. H. KELLY'S. YOU ARE INVITED TO INSPECT THE LATEST SHAPES AND . STYLES IN * lu^^^(^w.j|erjcery^ Boots and ^hoes^,'k Splendid Tailored Suits. - BOOTS AND SHOES". "", Neglige and Tennis Shirts. For Men, Women and Children. Latest Productions in Hats. The Houre for Footwear of Dainty Neckwear. High Quality at Popular Prices. Silk Handkerchiefs. Stylish, neat'fitting, and Hose, Gloves, Umbrellas. comforeafcle. Gladstone, Hit, and Brief Bags. All thc Latest Too Shapes,to Choose in all sizes. from in all the approved Leathers. When you consider a person's comfort you are sure to , hit on the right present. That is why of ilate years, an Outfitter hos como to bo one's best helper at Christmas time. Above ure some of the suggestions provided by ; our stock, and are suro to be received with pleasure. - ?..R..H. Kelly, Abbott-st., Cairns. TEL. NO. 99. CROWN COUPONS FOR CASH....

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