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APRIL, 25TH, 1898. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

Amil. 2dTir, 1S!)S. (Before ïhe Police Magistrate.) Ballina 11 Kanaka) w is charged with the murder ot Ah Vij, i Clunini in, -it the Mowbray Ri\tr, neil Port Don0las John dilmon. Higgins deposed 1 una constibje stationed at Ni "er (reck On 23th lustant, lu company with Cmstib'e Heciian ind four ti ickeis, I left Canns ni search of a Kui ika boj, suspecte 1 of bli ot mg i Chinaman About six miles fiom Canil", in ku-hle's padiloi.lt, 1 saw the prisoner conic out of a "ullj Hi li id a ¿un in his h m 1 and a li i¿ ou lus shoulder 1 rode up to lum and isked h m his i ame nul where he nas working *Hc sud he » is working for a Chinaman at Karnet unga I then arrested linn uu suspicion of «luotinn .* I no been atong a*or» tKmnl«»^ * »«.rwu««» lum and found a. pouch with ele\ cn bullets in it The gun which I took fiom lum was loaded with a bullet. I produce tie gun I isked lum his name and he snd something like ' \lh " Hie pnsouer inswcrs the descriptun of the Kmaka \i ho shut i China man nea...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cairns Tropicultural Products. A BIG SYNDICATE TO BE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

Cairns Tropicultural Products. A BIG SYNDICATE TO BE FORMED. Mr. A. C. Sandeman, who with Messrs Swallow and Munro, form the Sandeman Syndicate, whose property is on Frenchman's Creek, Lower Russell, thus discourses upon the Cairns district in the British Aus- tralasia : " So far little has been done except wi:h coffee, but there is no reason why cocoa, vanilla, rice and tobacco should not be grown. There is another article of commerce in which I believe there are fortunes to be made, and that is the rubber. A wild rubber grows in" the scrub, and from what I have heard of the cultivation of this plant, the district seems admirably suited for its growth. There were some rubber trees planted at Mourilyan, south of Cairns, some time ago, and I hear that rubber will be vigorously cultivated there. Coffee growing is quite an established industry Mr Swallow has grown it successfully at Hambledon for some time, and the ' Mount Graham plantation has been producing the article for six or sev...

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

SPAIN AND AMERICA. In view of the war between .America and Spain, the following details should prove of interest : It would cost the United Slates $2co,coo,ooo to go to war with Spain, and $300,000,000 to maintain the war six months. It would cost Spain a thousand million pesetas-a peseta equals about 20 cents-to go to war with Hie United States, and fifteen hundred million pesetas to maintain the war six months. . There are veterans in the American public service such a General Hawley, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Military Affairs ; Senator Morrill, who framed the Morrill tariff, which gave the sinews of war in 1861, as well as many army and navy bureau chiefs, skilled in the detai'ed cost of ordinance. equipment, transportation, quartermasters' supplies, and cominissari.it, who know the cost of war in all its forms. " War is the most cosily thing in the world," said General Hawley, a veteran bolh of the field and of pnblic lile, when atked what it would cost to go to w.ir w...

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GOLD RETURNS HERBERTON MINING DISTRICT. QUARTER ENDING MARCH 31ST, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

GOLD RETURNS- HERBERTON ; MINING J>KTRFCT. >N j QUARTER. KNDINIVMARCII 3isT,*i,ij98. ' GOLD Y«XD Tons 226 292 Reef Gold- ' Mareeba Gold Field ... Balcovnia . Russell Extended .Average jicld jier tn 17 di Attpvial Gbld-\ \ rÇvÂH^old FWd ^3> TateGoIiTl^ld^ 3. * Mareeba Gold FÄl :& \ AV "** total yield " ... 292 GOL«. Oz. "¡It 64 '4 .2 S I/O o 246 IO 45°) « 295 o 8)13 4 734h A. V. H\7.DANE,¡? Warden.

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DEEP DIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

DEEP DIVING. A rema.-kable diving feat was last year per formed by Mr Charles D. Meyers, of Cle\ eland who succeeded iu descending 225ft in his diving machine. According to Siebe, the greatest depth to which an ordinary diver has been known to descend is 210U, or 35 fathoms which is equivalent to a pressure of 8811b to the square inch. A diver named Hooper made seven descents to a depth of 204ft, or 34 fathoms, in connection with the recovery of the cargo of the ship " Cape Horn," wrecked of the coast of South America, and at one time he remained 42 minutes under water. A diver named Lambert, when re- covering treasure from the Spanish mail steamer "Alfonso X11," of the Canary Islands, made a descent of nearly 27 fathoms, or 162ft.1, The British Admiralty limits its divers to 120ft, and the leading firm of Siebe, Gorman, and Co, London, limit good divers to 140ft, as a nile. The lowest depth to which an »mage diver will descend is Soft,

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

Commefciair Messrs ^Dalgety »& Co., Limited, * rcpoit / under «lata»*.Fr»n.«v*Hc. April »a.t.. «?? wwkrl ' -" Our landan , ofSk» wire« under «fat« ol' (he l'sth ina* aa follows :.-Laleae marlee! «juotmtions for Queensland Irozen mntton merino2ijd.per lb; Queensland frojen beef hindqujrters 3jd per lb ; foreqüarters 2jd per lb," Our London office wires under date of 191b as follows:-"The list_ of arrivals is ebbed j and all your wools have arrived in time except the shipment per "Java." The total quan- tity of Australasian and Cape Wools available including old stocks is 21,9,000 bales. j Our London office wires under date of 20thj inst as lollows :-.' 1 he market for tallow on the spot is dull.- Since our last telegram bceP tallow in general is'jsperton lower, forothei descriptions prices are barely maintained, but I we cannot quote a decline. Messrs Goldsborough, Mort & Co , Sv dneyj specially report on the produce market! under date, ist Aprl as follows :- j ! 5 ' ...

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THE SUGAR BOUNTIES QUESTION. THE AGITATION IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

THE SUGAR BOUNTIES QUESTION. 1TIE AGITATION IN LONDON. The London correspondent of the Mackay " Standard " st ites that the agitation against the Continental sugar bounties is going on apace with increasing probi bilities ai to its successful issue. St-ong efforts are being made to convert the lead- ing members of the House of Common«, with the result that several have already announced their intention of. espousing the e*«se oí the' sugar prodttciñz colonies. Meetings f>f the Anti-bounty League-are being belli fortnightly, and that body is circulating literature that has thus early had the effect of drawing the attention of the people to the gravity of the situation, and there seems to be an increasing desire on the part of the general public, especially in ths present state of Continental politics, to conserve British interests at all risks. A volume, consisting of one hundred and sixty pages, has recently been issued by the League, entitled "The truth about the Foreign Sugar B...

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ALLUVIAL STREA[?] TIN [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

lOOnoo jC»" "V "n ° I JJ r^T»» »m* a. a c c g. a. OPPOSA j? -£-¿ »-"i- U 2 gU g c- r S - o 3 t S» li£8-3rS HHtCtJCj!*.

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MINERAL RETUIVS HERBERTON AIINING DISTRICT QUARTER ENDING 31ST MAKCH, 1898 [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

H O « 5" <¿¡, - » i / c5 g H s¡_ S c a di s g as r¿ H ii '-5 . M > h 5 * i io. O c o 4"ï ¿<e> ?» I.JO-O I O í«^,

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SILVER COPPE AND LEAD RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

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

-DISEASE DEFIED! _ ^^.HEALTFiNSpED!. ?> CLEMENTS TONIC .T«j HOLDS, THE R8C0BD. More lives saved liy Clements Tonic than . hv all other medicines combined..- , A GENUINE ARTICLE COMMANDS SUCCESS. CLEMENTS TONIC ' ^ \^ IS GENUINE. °fe ' CLEMENIS TONIC %. Mr George Tilcörath,%ell^iii, V.S.W.X writes on Octol'er 21st, 1S96--I write thitf" in acknbwledgcinjiit*íf Clements Touicaî a cure for Indigestion^ I suffenSTfroui-irWit' complaint, so long that I felt firmly cnn ' viliced Fshoiiltl never be cured. I hail tried all Itimtsi-c-f-medicine, ¿Mid, spent fipijajder-, able sums of money without iny gund re- sult!'. I w.is careful lu my diet. Thirteen months' ago -I' first tried- Clement« -Tonic after reading of a'case sinnlarto mine b'îi'ig cured by the' above 'remedy, and" I- have much pleasure" Jil" stating that after'a fewt Weeks' course:' of'Clements ¡Tome11 -could eat'any-food without having disagreeable pains, and I-haver been in good health ever since. Hoping that' other siillercr...

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The Paper Bag. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

The Paper Bag. . ,, In ,á ¡«mall market town in Durham the ' 'Ashemoly-rooms were p.ieked' with a large áadiefíee which ha'd come to witness a repre- sentation of "Colleen Bawn" by a travelling theatrical company. Everything 'wen» vfell -until the time wheri it was necessary fur Myles-na-Cappa leori to jire the shot which gives to Danny jSMaiiThiarraietus. V'' lfLwaiftlrfn discovered that the gan could ^üÜjifiereße found. . ' t \ " --^'Wliere's the gun?" was no*anxiously wntsperred from point to point. The moment. of\its,_ requirement was at JbMdfc^Oce qfjhe aetfics, hojieYcr.suddejily" tfemembere 1 that he lud bought a pound of" biscuit! on his way to the theatre ajud hinj riedly Entering his dresjing-rodjpi,^ ami emptying th# biscuits upon the ta'ilc, he Mew out the bag just iu the nick of time, popped it loudly at (he wing »nd the wicked. , Jjanny rolled over into tlio w»,tef, shot by.a *-P»P*r-bng; 5 % T"\ ;^,v

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SPANISH SWINDLE. OPERATIONS IST NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

SPANISH SWINDLE. OPERATIONS IST NEW SOUTH WALES. 1 * - I I Tlie much-heard-of gang of Spaniards Who are running the now nell known »Windle, appear to not yet despair of 1 tflsking more dupes in Sydney, as will be seen by the number of letters that con- tinue to arrive from Spain. The latest epistle (says the *' Evening News") Jwas . received a few days back by Mrs Mi O'DonnelL of the Harp of Erin Hotel^ Riley Street, Woolloomooloo. It is from Barceloni, and is dated February last. The letter in this inst mee is addressed to Wt M/0'Duiranïl, 'and'astlwt gentle-'' man.lias been dead some four! years they appear to have overstepped the mark this time. It ia the lime long «tory of the military captain vvlm absconded with his regiment's funds amounting to .r ^OpjOpUfinncs, whichsunfwasaugmented by'anotrier large sum from the Revolu- tionary Committee, which also sent him - abroad to-- purchase mumtions-of -war, t andhofr after_tlie^plotJiad.been giveu. away by a " wretch of i traitor," h...

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SOME CHILLAGOE FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

--SOMEjCHILLAGOE FACTS. Mr"'Ran(lolph':'Bé<ífo'rd; "We' ,'well ^knonrn miiiiijg<,,expefct,,, whose name. ' 'is* lfamifiar " tiij'neprjj every une in Australia, " through His* .poeti- cal contributions 'to the .''''Sydney Bulletin", arrived'in Cairns" from the Chillagoe district, on Saturday last, en route for the Soy.tli. While at Chillagoe he inspected all the properties of the Chillagoe Proprietary^ and finished the inspaction of the Lyhdalc and Bedford Syndiràte?.^properties>$bich are situated twenty-five. miles\. west^fiGirofln, The principal_lnde-s^aíe nowiei'ng cleyelnpiaf on the new jÇnd. at LuTiadó*; íiz* th« Mother lnrie/ArroivSmifli ann!'Rita claim* He says that the formationr'are continu- ous and well-defined, increasing- in value with'depth.. The stone from theBedfönT inji'le' assayed up to"25 per cent of copper, 12oz silver and'bMwts -gold. ..Between , tie Bedford and ^yndale^prnpertiea a i "hirgo area lias been ¡ipplie'cT for. "Messrs ' iBtunrt...

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Spain and America LONDON, Saturday, 1.15 [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

SpaiQ ai)d America LoxnoN, Saturday, 1.15 The Spanish Government antici- pated the American President's ulti- matum, and notified the cessation of diplomatic relations with America. Tins" lias' been" taken by'America to constitute a declaration of war.T The American fleet left Key-West for Havana, for the purpose of block- ading the harbor. The Americans have seized a thou- sand mule" at New Orleans, intended for the Spanish at Cuba. They have also seized a Spanish lumber ship at Key West. LONDON', Monday. Hosilities between Spain and the United States have commenced. The American fleet is now blockading Havana, and has captured a Spanish lumber ship. The American troops are being rapidly, concentrated. Eighty per cent of the American militia have volunteered for service. The cables% connecting -the sub- marine mines in New York harbor have been cut; it is supposed by Spanish spies. The American -Pacific fleet'has left Hong Kong, ostensibly to seize the Phillipine Islands. There is ...

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CAIRNS DISTRICT HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

CAIRNS DISTRICT HOSPITAL A general meeting of the Committee was held at the Hospital un Wednesday afternoon, 20th Apiil inst. Present -Messrs Hollis (chairman), Henriques, Blakey, and Revs. Corcoran and Woods. The minutes of the ju-eviuus meeting were read and confirmed. . The inward correspondence was read and thu outward was adopted. The accounts as read nero passed for payment. Mr'Hennques called attention to the fact that the tea supp'ied to the Hospital was not equal to that tendered fur. The Secretary was instructed to write the contractors drawing their attention thereto. The Visiting Committee were asked to inquire as to the advisability of purchas- ing a new stove, and report to the next meeting. Mr (i. R. Mayers resigned his position on the committee, as he found the Wed- nesday meetings did not suit him. His resignation was accepted with re- gret. A vote of thanks was passed to Mr Barron, the proprietor of the Merry-go round, for the benefit given in aid of the funds of t...

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

M. BOLAS ' WHOLESALE & ^RETAIL Provision - Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS, M BOLAND buys his Goods for Spot Cash, 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 ? My Stock Conibrises Everything the housewife refcircs. Everything the miner Squires. Everything the sugar i*er requires. Everything the timber-getttfwants. Everything the Railway eialoyee needs. My letail Prices Tor Cash, are Less thai iWholesale Prices Charge} by many other firms. TRY ASK H. BOLAND FQR HIS PRICES 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 Fruit Saûçt PURITY, PAPAIN. ATTENTION! DYSPEPTICS. Indigestion is at the root of more than half of our present day bodily ailments,°ac...

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

Tenders for, Cane Catting. THE Mossman River Cane Growers Association invite Tenders for CUT- TING AND LOADING, on the Com- pany's trucks, the ensuing Cane Crop, estimated to yield between 50,000 and 60,000 tons, at the rate of 400 tons per day. Contracts will be let in lots to suit Tenderers. Tenders to reach the Undersigned, from whom nil particulars may be obtained, not later than 16TH MAY, 1898 ' GEO. W. MÜNTZ, - Secretary. Mossman River, 14th April, 1898. TUE HOWARD-SMITH LINE ">F 1NTKRCOLONLVL STEAMERS. W'IXKI.T PASSKNOEU AND CAROO SERVICE ntnii CAIIINS TO . GERALDTON CARDWELL LUCINDA TOWNSVILLE 'l S.S. LASS O'GOWRIE (ínSTons). [ WEDNESDAY 1 Morning, J Cr I M»y, at 10 a.ni. Translrppin^' P.i^sei.'4ers and Can»o into th-s.S. .' PKUEORiNE," "TYRIAN," .md "' IJKURA," leaving 'townsville for .ill Snti'liiiii Putts eveiy Svturuay. P..-s$engeis Booked Through to all Southern Ports. MACKA i . RiUKliA.MI'TON MAUYLivJitwUGll Bli lía HANK .5YUNKY MHLP.OUIINK ADELAIDE ALBANY FREMANTLE...

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

A. KEEBLE & CO., ABBOTT STKEET, CAIRNS, Family and Shippina Butchers, and Whole- sale Cattle Dealers, IT A VE REDUCED THE PRICE OF BEEF AS FOLLOWS - Sirlion Beef and Ramp Steak, 4d. per lb. Beef Steak, 3d. per lb. Rib Beef, 3d. per lb. Corned Beef, 3d. per lb. Sausages, 4d. per lb. A. Heebie & Co. wish to direct the attention of the Public to the f let that their new prices ire no» it BEDROCK, and th it thi Primcst Beef to be obt uuul in the North is obtainable at KEEBLE'S \ Another draft of 100 head of Wrotham Park Cittle have now irnved At JV.££ioLi£l CL CO*) ABBOTT-STREET, CAIRNS. ' A. Abral>an)S, ! PROPRIETOR, S y -T>Ff JS to announce 'o Ins friends and the yellerai pu 'lie that he h is Leased .J) the PALACE HOTEL,' and hopes by strid attention to the witits of his Customers, to íiunt a shute of | aS,e'iviMES, SnaiTS, AmJBCKa, will be or iupsrior Brands Only. ( j , IHFR'S SrtCIAt. RlvSEKVF, A'NPTJ R D ,*, WHIbklhS. WEST ENI> Bbbk.] First-class Accommodat...

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NOTES AND NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898

NOTES AND WUCHS. i -w This evening a public meeting convened by the Mayor, will be held at the Council Chambers ; full particulars will be found in our advertisement column. Mr Stafford, the Police Magistrate, during yesterday's sittings of the Police Court, ¡le windell it to be known that he in id to inflict severe punishments in all e cases of using obscene language in c places, ii. T. J. Byrnes vi ill arrive in Cairns on >day next where he »ill be entertained le public. He will remain in Cairns the following Saturday when he again s for the South. Mr Bj mes* visu to s is fraught willi the utmost importance ! town and district and we are sure thal 11 receive a right royal welcome at the s of his old constituency. e Chief Inspector of Stock is still receiv xounts of excellent results of the innocu : if clean cows against the tick pest when Utle ¡nnoculated are left undisturbed on runs, as they have been in the Leichardt louth Kennedy districts, where there has no mortality whate...

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