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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. COOKTOWN, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 October 1885

LATEST BY WIRE. [nan ora ow» COUWOIDEIT.] . QUXEH8LAVD. COOKTOWN, September 23. H.M.S. Miranda arrived yesterday with Admiral Tryon on board. The Heibert left the aaiue day for Townsville, via Bloomfield [er. to mad coal for the Governor, Blackall to Torrens* Creek win be oawnew tor on October 5. : The lighthouse at Tangalooma Point, Moreton Island, was partially destroyed by fire yesterday morning through the bursting -ola kavoarnelamp. .or ? v »... ?-^.?y Constable Hickeyiras drowaed at Ipswich this morning. He bad been smTering from ania fever, aadr ram oat of the house early in the amrniag. Til« body was afterwards found ia the river. September ». . , In eosMsqaence of the outbreak of saaall pox ¡a 8ydney a proclaiuation was issued yesterday, ordering a medical inspection of ail roast la arriving boas: any "port-ia; the eolóny of New South Wales. A fatal, atiaiag aocideat occurred at the Welcome claim. Morinish, near Bockhamp-' toa. on Friday last. Four men. William M'Master (th...

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 October 1885

pyni co. IaT been favoured with instructions from !" T. B. S_ HOOK. ESQ., .. tovell by private treaty, that Valuable piece of land being . . _ ALLOTMENT 23 SIBT.0N2, TOWN OF CA1KNS, Upon which is erected two large and cóm ?? . inodious stores aud iron timber abed. Without the slightest doubt this property is situated in the be¿t Business Quarter of Cairns. FACES THE WHARVES. FACES THE VII ARTES: FACES THE WHARVES. The WUABVES, which will, in thc immedi- ate future, bear the weight of tb« greatest commerce ever witnessed in North Australia. ONE GLANCE at the map of Queensland and a few moments reflection, and the con- clusion is irresistible, that the city through which all the wealth produced hythe magni- ficent districts, bears a name that «ill be known to every child of six years" old within the next decade. ~> . . * : THE GABDEN OF QUEENSLAND, vis., the best of unequalled country extending (at this side of thc coastal range) from the Barron to the Johnstone Birers. The value o...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 October 1885

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. Septemucr 24.-Fitzi-oy. is., Cupt. Ni¡rhHnis»ll. Jroui Umlune, Til porta. Passengers- Mesdames. Sinuiomhi, Kenny, Iii« Yardlev, Meurs. Simmonds, Kjuisy, Dr. Paoli, mid 8 in sti-onuce. September iG.-Maranoa. s.s., Capt. ILunptou.froui Cooktown, vii Port Uoiytis. Posseusers-Mesara. Anuätxouf. Steel. Sturtin. iluiixo. A. Neill, Neill, ll. T. Bovie, Bloomfield, T.i ¡Tier, Levin, Lowther anil nieniliers of eompujiy. - September »I.-Fitsroy, SJ.. Capt. Nfehtinjr.ill, froui Cooktown, via Port Douglas. September 27.-Quiraiiur. s.i. Capt. M'Lean. from Melbourne, vtt Sydney, Brisbane, ami ports. Pas ge-tgan-iOaua Howkett, Oror, Hreuuau. Capt. I» ardou, Messrs. W. E. Elwell, p". Powell, J. Saiiih, T- Hemlersou, S. Joues, E. Bri.L.v, J. liunvrof t, and 5 in steerage. September a-Mmuie-ua-ha, cutter, from Towns. ville, «ii L'ardivelL Septem!*!-;».-Burdekin, sj.. Capt. Keir, from ToAUirille, vii Johnstone Kivor. - " ScpteinWr SO.-Mount Lebanon, schooner. Capt. flt tiwed, from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 October 1885

IiOIITEOL Incorporated under "Tho Companies Act," vm. "' ;;. 2UNKEBS TO TUE GOYEBXMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital Puid-up Capital Eeserve Fund ... 11.(100,(100 500,000 1*5,000 Gold bought or forwarded -to the Alint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposit* ut Current Bates. Drafts iícued ou Head Office, Brunches and' Aleuts. Advances uvule against Tin and other Produce, and :ill other usual hanking business transacted. WM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, ' ' Cairns Brunch. " fJTCE HEBBEBTOX ADYEBTISEB." A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Terms-10s per quarter, or JtS annually, in advance. The " Advertiser" has a large circulation, and claims to be a reflex of the Wild Biver tin, silver, and copper mines. EDWARD iTYEKS, Proprietor. ROBERT CRAIG, KEOISTEKED CHEMIST AND DRU68IST, - {mext IT««- Tattersalls Hotel). nmácmunoin ACCVMATKLY I A con pie te (took Pare Drags «sd Patent Medicinal lt kept. Also, bert brand* Cigsrs, Tabacco, Pipes, Stationery, ic, ftc.,...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 October 1885

DEPARTURES. Septainberïl. -Fitzroy, sj.. Capt. Nhilitiuaill, for Cook-'owu, ria i'ort Douglas. Pas¿ea.Turs - Messrs. Smithson, Cutbush, J. lt. Mason, AU Die, ali J 7 iii ölt-eraie. September 2G.- Maranoa, s.s., Cait. Hamptou.for Syilney, via Bri .b ine anti portó. Pasienirers -Mesara. Beazley, Crook. E. A. Miuor.l, I'ear.ou. Sto-vart,-W. li-aliiU^li. W. Caliea, anil lu in sf ecrasre. September rti.-Fitjroy, s.s.. Capt. KfeuUngslLfor Brisbane, via ports. Pj-i<en,"ers -ileidauios. Uube bann, ltaiHani. Meosrs. J. Byrne, J. Smith, and 1 ia steerage. Sjpimber i9.-Qitirainr. SJ.. Capt. M-Lean, for Melbourne, via Brisbane. Sydney, and ports. Pas- sengers- Messrs. IV Henderson, Sfatruu, and 2 ia ateo nure. SiptcmVer 30.-Mannt Lebanon, schooner, Cspfc. Mn well, for Adelaide, via .II»». Sydney, and r-Milbouiçe. ' -".j « "": ,

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 October 1885

Local Items. The gold escort from Georgetown arrived in Port Douglas on the 22nd ultimo with 551Soz 6dwt 6gr of gold for the Bank of New South Wales. The right of erecting refreshment booths   on the racecourse at the forthcoming races I was sold on Saturday, at auction, by Messrs. Hobson, Draper and Co., and realised £20. Mr. A. Meston wishes us to state that his connection with the CAIRNS CHRONICLE has ceased to exist, and that he vacated the editorial chair of that journal some three weeks ago.               By our advertising colamos it win be seen   that Kenton and Co. intend adding a tailor- ing and clothing department to their already extensive store. - If they, as they announce, and no doubt will, secure good cutters a large business must accrue, the inconven- ience now experienced of having to procure all well made clothes from Southern tatton being very grea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

0ALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. , JULI S CO. bat» bee* favoured with instructions, frota T. B. S. HOOK, Est).. to SeU by Publie Auctxw, at their Mart, on SATÏÏBDAY, OCTOBER 24, at Noon, ' «al !?? 1 «-¿vlowity «KswnsiiS at. THÁT VAT.VA.BUB PKOFEBTY, ... comprising' . ALLOTMENT 23 SECTION 2, | Opposite Wharves, TOWN OF CA1KNS, WITH A FRONTAGE OF 71 FEET. | upan which is erected Ï Vt O LABOE AND COMMODIOUS. | STOUES ? .Md .... .. TIMBER SHED. There i* no necessity to dilate os» the value of this grand property ; it is already well known, bat iu estimating pause a second tint .to consider thc resources ot Cairne, which embraces GOLD GOLD SIXVEB SILVKB .. . - carns - - .- ..cOKS-ssa».-. TOT TIX ?rn--- TIM BBB ] 8ÜGAB SÜGAB BICE SICE COFFEE COFFEE . TOBACCO TOBACCO INDIGO INDIGO The whole of the above minerais are pro- duced in large and payable quantities ; also the products, with the exception of coffee and indigo, which have, up to the present, been only tried o> a email neale, but have nev...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

Our Neighbours. [FEO» ona OWN CGBKESPOXDEHTS.] HEBBEBTON. October 2. ' In connection with thc railway the people ure anxious to know why the "Lords" are so very B!OW transacting their business. The constitution of the Upper " House almost ensures a large majority for approving the Cairns-Herberton railway"..but anxiety runs high that the ""lt*"-; should be secured beyond alldoubC ?' ??? At the general meeting of the. Progress Association. Mr. Bouar, a la Whittington, was' elected chairman, for the third time. The committee is more representative than it has been at any previous period; owing: to business men being elected thereon. At a meeting ot members of the School of Arts the action of the committee to enlarge and otherwise improve the building was approved. There were two dissentients. The banquet givens Masara. Wimble and Thomas by the Caima people' is "thoroughly endorsed here, and the part taken by the first-named gentleman will be gratefully remembered when the recognition ...

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PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

PHASER OF THE MOOS. CL h. m. Last Quar 1 9M p.iu ¿Ven-Moon S 5.31Î p.m Perigee, 4th, 9 a.tu. d. ü. ul. IFir3tQ*rlGll.ïÛa.ui F'llJioon 24 r.-7a.tu Apogee, 1 Gth, 4 p.m. (

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

VICTOBIA. MU.BÓUCXB, October 7."' The half yearly meeting of the Meat Preserving Company was held yesterday, when- it was stated that the debit on profit and loss account had swelled to .£C65S, leaving the-Company JË43G3 worse off for the post sis months operations, this being' due chiefly to'the reduction of tallow in the London market. The direct jr.: are instructed to u?e their discretion as to carrying on operations in the future. A criminal - summons has been issue* against S. Trotman, bookmaker, for baring despatched- a telegram to Sydney reflecting oa the 'Anuncia', integrity of the National Bank.

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APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE MONTH ENDING OCTOBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

APPEOXEHATE TOTES OF HIGH - ' WATEK AT CAIENS. Poa THE MONTH ENDING OCTOBEB 28. 1

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

%t\c Cairn*; ißost. TITUBSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1885. Guaranteed 700 Copies Weekly. Local Items. To-morrow will be almost generally ob- served as;u holiday on account of the Jockey Club races. A programme of races, to be held at Wright's Creek on Tuesday nest, appears in another column, and will no doubt occasion more holiday-making on that day. The sittings of the District Court will open here before Judge Noel on Thnrsday,. the 12th instant. The calendar is a short one. the only cases for hearing being-O'Connell v. Divisional Board, and Koberts v. same, the latter aa adjourned casu from the lost sitting. Ratepayers are reminded that unless arrears are fully paid up on or before the 1st of November they will become disqualified to vote at the next municipal election. The disappointment at the first election, where so many actually qualified were prevented from taking part in the election through over Bight, ought to be a sufficient reminder on this occasion. On Saturday a destructivo fir...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

SOUTH ATJSTBAIílA. David Lindsay, formerly of the Survey Department, who years ago successfully, conducted an exploration of Aruheim land, will start shortly un » trip'across the conti* neut from Spencer's Gulf to the Gulf ot Carpentaria. The following report has just been pre- sented to Parliament in'reference to cutting a channel through the harbour bar to allow large vessels at all states of the tide to come up to the wharves:-"To the Honourable the residents ol Cvnu for theale ai m dredge to deepen the Bar. referred to me for con- sideration. I beg to submit the following rei port :-The present minimum depth over Cairns "Bar is 7 feet below low water., and the. distance with not more than 8 feet below low water extends over * long fiat of more than a mile in extent. To enable the regular coasting steamers to go up to the wharves without waiting for tide it would be necessary to deepen the Bar to 15 feet below low water. This would involve a cutting/.14,000 feet in length; extend...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

LATEST Iii WIRE. [FROM OtJE OWN CORRES POXDEXT.] QUEENSLAND. BtusBjtsK, October i Mr. Garrick wired the Colouial Secretary ?Utinn tbat..» w[«f»Uoa ttMMfUtew.wM cently held in London, being attended by fearer than 40 persona, and no Queenslanders of any note wera present, bot only outside promoters. The whola proceedings wera very nat, and no notice was sent to Ur. Garrick concerning the meeting. A strange and fatal accident occurred at Sandgate yesterday. A little girl, two years old, having picked up a skewer, bet while carrying it she slipped and fell, the skewer running through the child's neck. She was brought to the Brisbane Hospital, where she died shortly af tenrards. Sugars of a saleable character have been in good demand for Hie past week, and prices of most kinds have advanced 10s to £l per ton. A parcel of nearly 1200 bags of Ham- leigh sugar was placed at Í19, but prices in the Southern markets hare so far advanced , that in Melbourne a fine sample ot Herbert River sugar...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. I October L-Glaawoitli, BA. Capt. Lee, (rom IlrLrfkuw. vii port«. Passengers-Misa Cometón. M<-^r.. T. M »r.íuu. Mormon. Kuiiilit. Monro. Cor t lt. T. Byrne, and 5 in «tecragc. October I. - Arcùer. Capt. Morris, from 8jrd'iey. via Brisbane and ports. Oe til ber 3.-Glanworth. s.s., Capt. Lee, from Cooktown, rà Port Douglas. Passeorcra-Mrs. Blurt. Mû* Tliomp.iun. JTeisrs. Black. Butes. Castes. Sweeney, Le Bab, Ah Chow, and 10 ia steerage. Octolier 3.-Arcbcr. s.a.. Ca] t. Morris. from Cooktown. Tia Port Doublas. Passengers - 3 in steerage. ?October 7.-Burdekin, s.s.. Capt. Keir, from Tom« rille, ria Johnstone Biver*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

Supplementary Electoral Lists. T ISTS of Persona whose 'names hare been registered aa Churning to Tote, for the -Li Election of Members of the Legislative Assembly, for the following Electoral Dis- tricts, in respect of qualifications within the Police District of Cairns. ..' Objections to names on these Lists must be sent to the Clerk of Petty Sessions, at Cairns, and to the person objected to, not later than the Twenty-fifth day of October. 1SS5. JAMES WOOD, Clerk of Petty Sessions. Court House. Cairns, ' -. October ti, 18S5. ' - COOK. Christian and Surname. Eesidence. Qualification. Where Property Situated or How Claim Arising, Allen. John Black, Eooert ... Bloomfield, Zacariah W. H Bowden, Edward Collins, John ... Connor, Joseph Courtney, Patrick Cullen, William Dalyell, James Melville... Duploek, Edward Perrier, James... Greevy. Patrick John Hill, William ... Hughe*. Thomas TCeUy . JOUTI W_ Kershaw. Thomns F. Kilpatrick, Tb- m ts J. .. Knox, Thomas ... Koch, Edward Albert .. Li...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, October [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

TOW SOUTH WAIaSS. . STDJIBT, October 5. The resignation of Sir Alexander Stuart, the Premier, will be handed to the Oorernor to-morrow. As thia step will necessitate the. résignation of his colleagues also, it will be necessary for the Governor to send for some person to reconstruct the present Govern- ment, or form an entirely new administra- tion, since the Hon. W. B. Dalley- will in all probability:retire also. It is believed that the Governor .will send for Mr. Dibbs, who will be entrusted, with the responsibility of reconstructing lae late Ministry.. The steamer Victoria, which arrived from New Britain ou Friday, reports : the murder of Capt. Halcombe, of the American schooner Bartola, by natives in a small island near New Hanover. . . A collision occurred in the harbour late oa Friday night between the steamer Timor, inward bound, and the steamer Meinderrie, outward bound. The Timor had several platea stove ia aid » hole made through her side. The Meuderrie ia not'maca injured...

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Mulgrave Goldfield. START OF THE NEW WATERWHEEL AND BATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

STAKT OF THE NEW WATERWHEEL AND BATTERY. MONDÂT last was.» raddetter.-dny at Golds- borough, the township of theMulgiave gold- field, the occasion being the starting of the waterwheel and battery of the Cairns Quartz Crushing Company, to the completion and successful working of which-" the miners on that field' have "looked forward as the only means of conclusively proving to the world at large the richness and value of the Mul- grave reefs, which to the eyes of the working miners who, unaided, have prospected and opened up several chums, have .disclosed a short road to wealth if only the requisite machinery were forthcoming to extract the gold they discovered showing so freely in the quartz. This nio&t essential want of a crushing machine that can undertake the re ductionbfstoneatanioueratecosthasatlength been supplied by the above-named company, who, by the utilisation ' of water .power, will be enabled to undertake quartz crushing and extraction of gold at a rate' which w...

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CABLE MESSAGES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) EUROPEAN NEWS. LONDON. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

CABLE MESSAGES. (TK031 ors OWX COKBESPOSÜE5TS.) EUROPEAN HEWS. LONDON. October 2. A committee ha» been formed here with the object of promoting tin Separation of I Northern from Southern Queensland. It is reported that a diversity of opinion' exists between the Governments of Germany, Austria, und Bussia concerning the révolu don in Koumeiia, and is causing a delay in the meeting of the conference at Constan- tinople. ? . October 0. The wool sales closed to-day, 300,000 bales bciug sold, and 73.000 held over until the 17th November sales. Tin is quoted at ¿91. PARIS, October 6. The general elections for tee Chamber of. Deputies took place yesterday throughout the country, the results showing large Con- servative gains in the provinces.' Voters have come more freely forward than at the last election. The ¿'turns for Paris are incomplete October 7. The latest returns of the Parliamentary elections show that ICR Conservatives and 141 Hepublieans are returned to the Chamber of Deputies....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 8 October 1885

THE; AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATIONJCOMPANY. fJVTE Company's Steamers leave this pott EYEBY THUBSDAY FOE NOBTHEBX POETS, .. and EVEBY SATTJEDAY . EVENING FOB SOUTHERN POETS. For Far« and Bates of Freight, apply at the Office, opposite the Wharf. fneenslud Mill Sank, LOUTED. Incorporated under "The. Companies Act," ' isca. BANKERS TO THE GOYEBNMEÑT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capitol ¿ ... JU,(ÍOO,000 Paid-Bp Capital 500,000 EeserTe Fund ... ... 183,000 Gold bought or forwarded to the Hint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Bates. Drafts issued on Head Office, Branches and Agents. Advances nude against Tin and other Produce, and all other usual hanking business transacted. WM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, Cains Branch. " fJlHK HEBBEBTON ADVEBTISEB." A Bi-weekly Newspaper, published on Wednesdays anil Saturdays. Terms-rlOs per quarter, or JÜ annually, in advance. - The " Advertiser hu alarie circulation, and Claims to be a reflex of the Wild Biver tin, silver, and copper m...

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