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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898
COlilíESÍOTDENCE. -o [Tlie Editor is in nôway responsible for the opinion of correspondents. The ventilation of public matters -will akciys be encouraged under this heading presided '(he letters, sent in are signed by the respective writers. We reserve to ourselves the right to exclude all manuscript bearing a norn de plume, although we are prepared to admit that "Pro Bono Publico, -"VITSubscriber,'" "Otp IVfio Knows," and the rest of that ancient frater nity-ef anonymous scribes, may, under certain circumstances, be excused for veiling their signatures.] r , .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 April 1898
D.R. LEWIS, GROWN AND MANUFACTURED BY D. R. LlSWIS, AT MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE! &nbsp; TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. SOLD IN 1-lb. TINS, and No 2 IN 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. &nbsp; Residents of Cairns, Mareeba, Herberton, Montalbion, California Creek, The Tate, and settlers generally should ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other. Try One Tin as an experiment. The grower and manufacturer pledges his word that there is no better matured or purer Coffee in the world than Agent for GERALDTON :-M. NOLAN. W. F. WARE, Sole Agent for ROCK- HAMPTON ; All Storekeepers lo apply to him. B.P." & CO. are Agents for the Above at all their Branches. LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. MRS S. BYRNE CRITCRION .- HOT?L ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. triNDLY note ami remember that MRS. S. BYRNE, late of the Gresham Hotel. ...
Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
Chamber of Commerce. A meeting of the Chamber of "Com- merce was held on Thursday evening, 28th April, at the Council Chambers. There were present-Messrs Hansford, Tills, Mayers, Martin, Henriques, Done san, Aumuller, McKenzie, Hollis. Cairns, Swallow, Lyons," M. Walsh, Severin, Munro. Le VAUX, Kceble, Draper, Sturt, tit vaiiB And other*. , ' -' ' - The minute» of the previous meoting ' were read »nd confirmad. ' Tne outward correspondence was con firmed and inward received. Several letters were read referring to the anti-bounty fed beet-sugar leagues, and were ordered to be left on the bible. A letter from the Department of Agri- culture, in reference to the better utilisa- tion' of the Kamerunga State Nursery, was considered, and it was resolved to in- terview the Premier thereon dining his stay in Cairns next week. . - Mr Munro reported that he had showed Mr Armitt, the Telegraph Inspector over 1C> miles of tho" proposed route of new telegraph line to Geraldton, «nd that thc D...
Russell River Rainfall, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
Russell River Rainfall, We are indebted to Hon. V. Hood for tho following details of rainfall on the Lower Russell Uiver for the month of April. APRIL RAINFALL. April 7th - .?. 1 -45in. " Sth . 2-3Sin. Oth . l-44iu. " 11th ... .. 43in. " 12th ;. 4-55in. 13th . llSin. "" 14th . 2-15in. " 16th ... ... 103in. 17th ... ... -38in. 18th ... ... -18111. " 19th . -61 in. " '20th . -48in. " 21st ... ... 24Sin. " 22tid . -20;n. " 23rd . -54in. 24lh. l-72in. " 25th ... ... 'oOin. " 26th . -72in. " 27th . -O-lin. " 28th . -3211t. 29th. .47in. " 30th . -10iu. Total in 22 days 23-45in.
DEPARTURS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
DEPARTUM'S. April 28--Palmer, s. Captain, A. J. Clark, for Townsville via ports. Passenger: Mr AV. Madford and eight in ¿he steerage. - Barns, Philp and Co., agents. I .. -'cAprí/.-WVdonga'.'V»,. V Captai»/. J. vK..^ Mealmrn, for Ci'oWtowu via Port Douglas;. Passengers: Mrs Cnmmiiig«, Messrs Elliot, Barron, Gardiner and cliiUl, Misa Jensen, and eight iii the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. '? . ? . * Apnl OSI-Duke of Westminster Q.R M.S Captain W. L. Prentice,' fur Brisbane via ports. Barns, Philp and Co., agents. April 30.-Wodonga, s, Captain J. E. ' Meaburn, for Southern ports. Passengers : Misses Fox, Severiu (2), Pearce, Williams; Mesdames Dunlop, - Atherton, Simmonds ; Messrs Arbin, Shepherd, Richards, Ather- ton, Kelly, Stuart,- McFie,. M'Killup, Dunlop, Rev. Atkin, and 20 in the steerage.' Burns, Philp & Co, agents. .May 4.-Adelaide s, Captain Kerri for . Port Douglas. Passengers 9 iu thc steerage. Walsh and Co., agent?, " May 4_Lass o' Gowrie 8, Captain Mc Ke...
NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
NEW ZEALAND. , AUCKLAND, Tues. A Domestic Servants' Union is being formed at Wellington to secure Wlii.i.l.VGIOX, Wed. The mail steamer "Gothic " reports that on her.voyage from Hobart to Wellington she sighted a mysterious steamer near Farewell Spit. Thc Gothic was travelling at thc rate of 14.I knots to the hour, but the strange steamer kept up with apparent ease, going ahead, then falling astern. The steamers were in company three hours. Eventually thc unknown steamer, "which was a large one, dis- appeared in a bay on the coast.
QUEENSLAND. BRISHANE. Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
QUEENSLAND. BRISHANE. Tues. Probate has been granted of the will of the .late Sir Arthur Palmer. Thc estate was valued at ,¿24,000. During the absence of the Premier the duties of the Chief Secretary will be performed by Mr Dickson, and by Slr Wilson. Air Foxton will ad- minister the Agricultural Department during Mr Chataway's absence, and Mr Dalrymple will ba represented in the absence by Mr Barlow. Mr Wil- son is also Acting Treasurer during Mr Philp's absence.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
For Good Teas . «al OBMBAL PB0DT70I ; THY-WM. LENNON & CO. IHK HOWD-SMITHÜNE 3F INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. WBK'KI.Y PASSENGER AND CAROO SERVICE FROSI CATHSS Tf> ? OER A LDTON "\ S.S. LASS O'GOWRIE CARDWELL (135Toi.s), LUCINDA ,--?} WEDNESDAY TOWNSVILLE Morning. J10 h May, ¡it 10'n.ni. Tnuisli'|ipiiig Pa&lt;For.i;urs ami Curso into tlieS.S.." i'iiREORINE," "TYRIAN," ?sml "LEURA," leaving Townsville, for »tl SmiiliiTii 1'iiit.s every Saturuay. P. s. eng^.is Booked Through to ul! Southern Ports. .MACK A i KlH.iiliAMPTOX MARYliOUOUGII ISK1SI1ANÜ M UX1ÍY AiELliOPRNK" ADELAIDE A LISA-N V FREMANTLE ..KUALDTON lù'iîuml 'Steerage Fares.' A Ll ilEUAL REDUC TION is allowed olf STklERAGE Passagn Rates. .¿r- .Kor further ¡Ttiauimrm; nf »ply. tn -, WALSH & CO., PEREGRINE LEURA TYRIAN FROM TOWNSVILLE Every SATURDAY. PIANOS. JjiVERY NEW PIANO s..ld hy Paling Li and Co. contains various modern improvements in construction for ex- treme climates,, ¡md lins liest metal frame. L...
MAY 2ND, ISQS. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
MAY 2ND, ISQS. (Before the Police Magistrate.) John Rose was discharged with a caution for drunkenness. John Thom was similaily treated for the same offence, and was fined 2os for using obsence language. A. Xettlefold, for obscene language, was fined 5s. T. Daly was fined los for dninkncss. Ernest McLeod, for obscene language, was fined 40s. I Wm. Brown, Tor the same offence, was also fined 40s. David Mills and John Lewis were further remanded till 3rd inst for larceny.
Police Court. (Before Mr B. R. Stafford, P.M. APRIL. 28TH, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
Police Court. (Before Mr B. R. Stafford, P.M. Anuí. SSTH, 1F98. Four Kanakas were charged with incilii other Kanakas to resist the police. Mr Milford appeared for one of thc prisi ners. Constable Jas Kenny deposed: I was calli into Sachs Street about 2.30 p.m. on the 2*1 April with Constables Lovegrove and Hij f gins to assist in quelling a riot there. All tl: available police in Cairns were there. A nun ber of Kanakas in a drunken state were throv ing stones and hitting and kicking some whil men. They were also using foul langucgc. arrested prisoner Willie Ainbrin. John Oliver deposed : I am a horse traine living in Cairns. I know thc prisoners b sight, I saw them in Chinatown last Wednes day, there was a row going on. The prisoner were drunk and fighting. I saw Constabli O'Kcefe with a Kanaka in charge and two 0 the ptisoners trying to gel his prisoner fran the constable. The other two prisoners we« there. Tohn Brewer deposed : I am a painter re- siding in Cairns. I saw three of t...
COLOURED SARCASM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
COLOURED SARCASM. Thc Rev. li. Mclanchton Fish, a coloured American divine, received a call irom a coloured congregation, provided he gave satisfaction. Thc other Sunday he preached his trial sermon. Alter il was over he walked home with Uncle Mose, who is cele- brated for being thc most candid old nigger in Austin. '.Dat ar' congregation," said the Jvev. M. Fish palronisinglg, "am composed of de finest lookin' body of men I ebber saw." "Hf dat-am yore candid 'pinion, you should neither have called (lem be hibbed breddern," remarked Mose quietly. " Why not, Uncle Mose ?" " liekasu you don't look like you belonged to the family. You ain't line enough lookin' to bc more den a fortv-secoud cousin, much less a brud der." S There now exists a polar wave or. glacial period between Uncle Mose and tlic new pastor, and there is some talk of a hostile meeting;. In Professor Walker's book on wages it is shown, that if a successful strike secure a rise of 5 per cent for the workers, after four ...
SPAIN AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
SPAIN AND AMERICA. OUR cablegrams to-day show that the Americans have captured Manilla, the capital of the Phillipine Islands. Ad- miral Dewey's squadron, after a severe naval engagement practically annihi- lated the Spanish fleet, and the Phil li pines arie now at the mercy of the enemy.* These Islands are much in thc snmc position as Cuba. A revolt ?agaitist the. tyrranous and cruel Spanish administration has been going on for years past, the details of which have read something like .the chronicles "of the Armenian atrocities which-have made the blood of the civilised world boil. It is possible that the Philli- pine rebels may now secure at least some of the reforms for which they have been struggling in vain. In Cuba, America is preparing to effect a landing with an immense body of troops, and there is every reason to believe-that her effort will bs success- ful. At the start it was prophesied that the "Spanish American war would be a naval one, but in the light of in- formation...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
EDE ?& GOGDONJ' STjRGICAÏr -AND Mccbaokal :-: DcQtiStS, EEG to announce to the Public of Cairns and surrounding Districts that they arc about to establish themselves in Cairas and hope to get a fair share of patronage. DENTISTRY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. ARTIFICIAL TEETH OS GOLD, VULCANITE ri.ATINA AND ALUMINUM. Madly Fitting Teeth Remodelled and Broken ones Repaired. Children's Teeth Regulated. Teeth Stopped with Gold, Etc. Painless Extractions under Nitrous Oxide Gas and other Anaesthetics. TEMPORARY ADDRRSS : . . . ! P. J. HOWLEY*S Newmarket Hotel, ' SPENCE STREET, CAJUNS. . PERMANENT ADDRESS : , "Hext Door to CATHOLIC CHURCH, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. Fou FRESH SHIPMENTS WEEKLY OF GENERAL PRODUCE, OATEN HAY, CHAFF, BRAN. POLLARD, OATS, MAIZE, BACON, - HAMS, CHEESE, POTATOES AND ONIONS, AND FRESH BUTTER. TßV-ffM. LENNON & CO.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 May 1898
" South African papers ' state that Albert Trott is achieving great dis- tinction with both bat and ball in the Transvaal. Playing for Pretoria against the Wanderer Club, which in- cluded G. Lohmann, the young Vic- torian took all the ten wickets for 22 inns in the one innings and scored 50 runs out of 165. In another match he took eight wickets for 8 runs. : The latest bicycle is made entirely of glass, even the hall bearings being of this m aerial, which is exce -dingh hard. .It is claimed that the machine can be used just as ii' it were juude o: SWd,