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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

ISIPÜKTS. Ex Elamang.-From Sydney : 4P bores tea, 2 half-chests do, 25 cases syrup, 9 pieces .machinery, 1 package do, 1 chain. From Brisbane: 5 cases ginger ale, 1 bag seeds, 1 case tobacco, 1 do handles, 1 case, 1 parcel, 5 casks ginger ale, 10 quarter-bags flour, .% cases fruit, 1 bag oysters. From Townsville: 1 pise stationery", 1 hogshead ale, 1 1-A-gallon lung, 6 cases chairs, 21 bundles standards, IS do rods. From Port Douglas : 5 bags fish, 2 drums oil, 3 kegs lead, 1 case paint. From Cooktown : 1 package opium, 1 do do, 1 case sundries, 1 do flat tish, 1 do shrimps, 1 do tobacco, 1 d'} duck, Í do sausages, 2 do wine, 1 do sauce, 1 basket dates, 1 bundle crackers, 1 case beansticks, 2 half-chests tea, p cases egg-*, 1 do galvanised iron, 1G do sundries, 20 bags rice.-Burns, Philp and Co., agents. Ex Wentworth.-1 pieces machinery, 1 case hardware, 1 do wood wedges, 1 do glass, 3 bundles shovels, 3 cases bedding,! bale barrow bodies, 1 do do frames, 1 do do wheels, 1 role shee...

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

Death. BYRNE.—March 18, 1884, at Cairns Dis- trict Hospital, Thomas Byrne, pensioner of the 10th Regiment of Foot. Deceased was born at Kilkenny, Ireland, and died from senile decay, aged 64.

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The Herberton Railway. MR. W. HANNAM'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

Thc Herberton Hallway. WI. YT. HANNAH'S REPORT. Tur. following iä the report of Mr. Wil loug'iliy Hannam, Engineer in eharge cf Surveys, Central sud Northern Railways, on the llu-ee suggested routes for the railway from the coast to Jlei berton : Queensland Central and Northern Eaihvavs, 2«tli February, lSSk Memo, from thc Engineer in charge of Sur- veys to the Chief Engineer, 0. and N. Division. &EEBEKTOU TO LO AST. I have the honour to for.vard herewith a tracing showing the three routes from Mourilyan Harbour, Tort Douglas, and from Cairns "to Herberton. MOURILYAN HA2BODE TO EZKEEETOV. An exploration of this route has lately boen made by Surveyors Monk and Stuart, assisted by Mr. C. Palmerston. They wore IO days getting down on, foot and carrying heavy swags from the top of the range at the head of tj>£ Johnstone River to Gerald- ton, a distaj^*e of about 50 miles. A regular survey has been made from Her- berton .tà a point in the range where tribu- taries of the Wild ...

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The Cairns Duputation. INTERVIEW with the Minister for "Works at Townsville. (From the TOWNSVILLE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

The Cairns Deputation. INTERVIEW with thc Minister for Works at Townsville. (From the TOWNSVILLE HERALD.)   Shortly before 9 o'clock yesterday morning, 26th ult., the deputation from Cairns, consisting of Messrs. Meston, Kenny, Forsyth, and Hook, waited upon thc Hon. the Minister for Works at the Queen's Hotel. Mr. Meston, who introduced the deputation, said: The gentlemen pre- sent had been elected by the Cairns Divisional Board to wait upon the Minister for Works with a view to urging upon him the advantages to be derived by the State by making Cairns the terminus ot the railway to Herber- ton. A public meeting had appointed delegates to accompany thc present deputation, but after further con- ference it waa decided that the gentle- men present, were thoroughly represen- tative of the Cairns district. With regard to the railway he (Mr. Meston) had no hesitation in saying that the arguments in favour of Cairns being the starting point were overwhelming. and he was prep...

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents,] A REPLY, (To the Editor of THE CAIRNS POST,) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

Correspondence. fWc do not bold ourselves responsible for tho opinions of our correspondents,] A KEl'LT, (T'j the Editor of THE CAIRNS POST,) 3iit,T-I noticed ii letter iu your last issue signed " Justice/* wherein the writer con-, trives to trump up a charge against Sergeant O'Sullivan. For the information of 'Justice" I beg to stat« that tho officer in charge of a police stat iou is undoubtedly quipuwercd to. release fvoni custody a prisoner when, af: er investigation, he is satisfied there is not clear and substantial grounds for taking tho charge. Only hy the order of a magistrate or ou the responsibility of the officer in charge of police, is a constable sup¡H>sed t > allow a prisbaer to be reiease-*. It is a plain fact the official named discharged the m; n from custody, and probably has set ma: y others also at liberty when he could u t fTo;i,lj- ~wi-Pt tW ulii>ri;i;. Tlie aame col - stable that made this clever arrest a o exercised his very intelligent brain ia a li...

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Revenne and Exports. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

ReTenne and Exports. .FKK following are the Customs revenue col- lections and export returns for the quarter and month ended thc 3lst March last, the Customs revenue being compared with the returns fqr thjj same period of 1833 ; pUSTOMS BKVEÎitJE. Quarter ended March 31,18*i. J21993 0 1 Ditto, 1SS3 . ... ... 1317 4 Increase ... ... JS775 2 0 Month of March, iSSl ... Ü524 3 3 Ditto, 1883... "'407 7 Increase :.. ... jEUß IG 3 t:^ PORTS, Quarter ended March 31,1SS4. (Tin pre, 2fJ5 tons, " value '...^£15,375 0 fiugar, 2!Í2 Jons lOswt, ... C050 0 Silver lead, 17 tons 17cwt ... 10GQ 0 Hides, 328 " ' ' ... 205 0 _ fallow, 1 ton gewt ... ... "40 0 0 Total .... ...j&i2,no O Mqnth, of March. 1SS4. Tin, 83 tons ..." * ... Ü3Í170 O " Sugar, 414 tonq .1 ' 750 O 0 Tofcd ... ... je£r20 q o SXrOETB COASTWISE, Quarter ended March 31, ISS-i. Sugar, mw,'22J tons' " ... ¿¡KjO 0 Timber, saivn pine, 13,800ft... 13S Q Sugar-cane planfs ... ... 97 0 Total . JESG5 0 LAND OFEICE BKCEIPT8. Month qf Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

W. D HOBSON HAS ALWAYS OX SALE Cora, limn, Chalí (.viten and lucerne), Adelaide Flour, Sugar, Whisky (various host brands ill hillie, case or jar). Brandy, ditto di to : Kum-lied Ue::ri or in bulk, I'iaiston and Jamai.-a. li in-A V il Ales and AViues. "...:ti. Colonial and European. Also a varied assovtuient of General Hcrjhanilise. Nc« Season's Teas, 13S3 atsä tS84. The s.s. SUEZ «iii land ia Cairns, direct from Hong Kong, a magnificent and varied assortment of the abov e. Chinese Rice. To :u-rive J.y the fame Ixuit. SI IO wats of tile the liest No. 1 Chinese Klee. * NOTK.-The magnificent steamship SUEZ, I of Messrs. Geo. 14. Steven's celebrated line, will be the lirst vessel to land Foreign Mer- chandise direct iii Ca rus F. T. Wimble & Co., j l'RTXTEEa' FUKXIS11E1ÏS, PRINTING INK MANUFACTURERS, lairoETEKs or ALL KIXDS or FEINTING, BOOKBINDING, & LIT1I0 GEAl'iilC MATERIALS, 70, little Collins-street, Melbourne. 85, Clarence-street, Sydney. 70, Farriag'toa-strset, h...

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Madagascar. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

Madagascar. EVTHACTED from " Through Mada . gasear " by the SXAXDAUD'S correspon- dent: AlthotighMojanga is tho chief sea- port (.ni thc west const of Madagascar, and the second in ¡in¡Hirtai:c-;; in thc is 1 iud, there i.s no regular communication . b tucen it and the capital. Mojangu i : on the horders of the ¡Sakalava c mut ry, and beyond furnishing thc customs ollieials aTid their protecting garrison, the lloras of the interior pro- vince of Line i ia have 1 t lc int.r.'st in that portion ot' their dominions. The t¡ ade of tmoriua fer the greater part linds an outL't at'¡.'amatare, on the east coast, so travellers to Majonga are few and far between. Frequently raiding parties of Hakalavas on ''cattle lifting" expeditious are to he encountered, and oilier dangers of thc road, fancied more than real, interfere with the opening up of trudie. Our way for the first dozen miles lay along the banks of the Ikopa Uiver, whose stream we were again to strike some200miles lower down. Here t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

II MACNAMARA, GOVERNMENT ANO GENERAL AUCTIONEER. Jli. would roB]icc fnlly call the atten . tiou of 1 iiventorK lo the fact that tiley w. uld 1-eneiit themselves materially by con su ting bim before uiukirg pun liases in LANI), as he will gladly give valuations of all kind of jTipertiis to intending puivlmu ers, free o* chai "T^HX -MACNA'MAKA, Government and ts Heiieral Auctionivr, Will sell bv public auction, at his Auction Mart, on * SATURDAY NEXT, 5TH INST. At '¿ 110 o'clo,k, Smidrv lines of UOOl.lH, viz. Tables ('hain* Crockery "Washstands Cl.ithiug Hoots Han s and liacon , Cheese. I Terum at Hui«. JOiiS M ACS A MAHA, .iovornincnt lind I ¡ctioral "A IK tioiioer, Has for P1UVATE SALK Allotment-.-Section 13 -il l'i Also, valuable allotments in Abbott-street. Also, 1 Valuable Allotment situated on the KSPbANAKK. Tins lot wjil be sold reasonably to close partnership .ie .mints. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MAOIÍISU and CO. have roie'vcd in- structions from Dr. Uyrn to se 1 by Public Air ti m...

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The Cairns Post THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1884. Port Douglas and the Railway Snrvey. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

THURSDAY, AFMli 3, ISSI. Port Douglas and the Rail- way Snrvcy. TUE spirit in which the adverse report on the Port Douglas railway route has been received in that town reflects little credit on the good souse or honourable character of its residents. Before the publication of Mr. Hannam's report Mr. Monk was treated with the utmost deference in Port Douglas, and re- ceived far greater attention there than has ever been estended to him in Cairns, where he was looked upon as a man with a duty to perform, and an honest intention of performing lt, and so not to be swayed by petty attentions and flattery. But with the issue of Mr. Hannam's report "«a change has come o'er the spirit of the dream," and the man whom a fe«" months since was lauded for his skill as a surveyor and bowed down to as an absolute authority upon all matters relating to thc rail- way, is now reviled as incompetent and biassed and guilty of framing a false report to further his own ends. And what is that has wrought ...

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ODDS AND ENMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

OÏ?î)S AM) KIN I*. I The ihvncii GoVcruncnt intend ti rem]y thu hdands of Ol mail! nail .Ivrvinli in the Ked Sea. . lt is uixliT-t HKI that Messrr. ii. E. TCiig ami George Thorn will .outest tin; forth c.ming Maryl or. nigh election. The .Australian Diamond Company lit Uing. ra, X S. W., have obtrined 311 dia- monds after a two da vs washing. 1 Tho Nen- South AVales exhibit, rs at th.. I Calcutta Exhibition have 1 ecu awarded twenty-five gold and fifty-nine si ver modills, irrespective of certificates of merit. In the event of the match f..r ll'KHI lr - tween Kanlan and V.. ach or Trick et coaling .ff, the race will lo rowtd on the Nepean Hiv- i' instead of the l'arrnnui* t-. ns usual. The ch.rgo against Jr. T. VT. Hi!, pub bsher of thc COUKIKB, for bbc Hug t e Kleetious and Qiialimntions C.nuii.ittee, will be hear 1 on the 3th instant, before a special jury of twelve. W. li. Mihn.1T). lato ampler of the labour schooner Jessie Kelly, who is limier coi' - mittal on a, chat ¡le of kid...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS, [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

ARRIVALS, March 27- Elamang, s.s.. Capt. Munroe, f roin Sydney, via Brisbane and porta. Pas- senger-Mr. W. M. Mowbray. I March 27.-Maranoa, s.s.. Capt. Hampton, /rom Sydney, via Brisbane and porte, "i'asr gougers-Messrs. Swanwick, Meston, Hook, Newell, Timbury, Nano, and 6 ia steerage. March 2Í).-Elamang, s.s., Capt. Munroe, from Cooktown, l'a^üoaiders-r2 tn steerage. March 20.-Maranoa, s.s., Capt, Hampton, from Cooktown. Passengers-Messrs. Mil for !, How Chow, and 10 in steerage. Aîiireh 30,^ Wentworth, s.s.. Capt. Banks, j from Sydney, via Brjsbanç and ports. Tas- ' .aengers-Messrs. Stevenson, /. T. Williams, i J. Ñ. Johns, and là in steerage. j April 2.-Warrego, s.s..,' Capt. Phillips, | from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. j

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DEPARTURES, [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

PEPARTUSEÇ, March 27.-Elamang, s.s.. Capt, Munroe, for Cooktown. Passerigor-I in steerage, March 27.-T-Maranoa, s.s., Capt. Hampton, for Cooktown. Passengers-Messrs. Loridan, . J*oy Kee, and 5 in steerage. March 29.-Elamang, S,B., Capt, Munroe, for Sydney, via Brjsfone and ports. Pas- sengers-Mr. J. Newman, and 7 in steerage. March 20.-^Maranoa, s.s.. Capt. Hampton, for Sydaey, via Brisbane and ports Pasr sendera-Mr: Monk, and 8 in. Bleeajige, March 31..-Wentworth, s.s,, Cant. Banks, for Port Douglas. April 2,-Warrego, s.s., Capt- Phillips, for Port Douglas and Cooktown. Passengers .-Mr. and Mr§. Meston, Sjcssrs. Starcke and Lloyd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 April 1884

THE NEW HAVEN HOTEL, ABBOTT-STREET, CAIRNS. MICHAEL ' FLANAGAN Has tho pleasure ta announce that the above Hotel is now open with every oom Fort and convenience. Xone l.ut tho best articles will he used in ALES, UVixss. and SI'IKITS, and every endeavour will be made to afford the comforts of :i Home to Visitors. First-clasa.atablxiifr iuitl secure yartla. - - .' -.^^amw^-^ . II ' ? HIE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. The company's steamers leave this pori every Thursday for Northern Ports, anil every Saturday evening for Southern Ports. Vor 'fares and" rates of freight apply at tlw '^.iniiïiny's own oüiee at wharf. "'iiCXS, riULP and CO., Limited. Aleuts. npUE S.S. " ZEUS."-Captain 1 J- Leaves the wharf every T to meet the incoming, and everj eveuimr to meet out^oiu;jf Mail ; and leaves every Wednesdav and Saturday mornings for Swallow's and Stew " Open fer enarter and excursions. BUEXS, PHILP and CO. Tilt umbri Mod M, l.WOUPOKATEO UNDEE "Tire COM PANTES ACT," IStfJ. Hanker...

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. H. O. Hill, Esq.. P.M., D. Patience, and R. J. Gorton, Esqs., J.J.P.) April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 April 1884

Courts. rOLICE COURT. (îk-f..ro "W. H. O. Hill, Esq.. l'.M., I) Patience, and K. J. Gurton, Esqs., J.J.I*.) April H. Driscoll v. Stevens-Charge of illegal de- tention of hank notes vainc ¿¿15. Defendant pUsided not guilty. Mr. Milford appeared for plaintiff. The charge arose out of a betting transaction on the return of Mr. Campbell to Parliament, and the amount claimed was money staked by plaintiff^' Oaring to the gambling nature of the transac- tion, tho Beuch refused to make any order. John Hnrdgrove, charged with wife deser- tion. Remanded for 4S hours. April'J. \Jobn Hardgrave, charged on remand with wife desertion. Prisoner having entered into au agreement, for one year, to pay his wife 30e a week and X-r», was dischargea.

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Brisbane. APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 April 1884

BrisbMM. Tlie CovBiEB libel prnspt'ntiuu is pro- ceeding, but it iV expected that the jury will not agree upon a verdict. The Government have granted per- mission for the construction of a tram- way on condition that it be completed within two years. Thc Easter volunteer camps at West- brook and Lytton will bc largely at- tended: :. . :. ' . - ' ' - " 'Catherine Anderson was brought tip at the Police Court, to-day, charged with' stabbing her husband to death. The evidence showed that they liad been cjuarivjiing, and conclusively proved thjvt she lulled him. Thc first vessel under tho new immi- gration contract with Thomas Law an.4 Co., will leave Loudon this month for Queensland, via the Capp of Good Hope, those to follow wili çpme by {he To 'res Straits route, in thc charge of rape on a nativo woman brought against' Captain Milt man. of the Jessie Kelly, -\ nolle ¡rrotequ ¡ has been entered, and thc accused, dis- charged. Jackson's charge against Surveyor Monk is ¿oijsidercd here a...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 April 1884

Ex Warrego.-Fro m Sydney » 2_bales hops, 2 casks bolts,' 2 "casca axes, l'do handles, 1 coil rope, 1 box glass, 2 cases gasoline. Prom brisbane : 2 kegs spikeaj 2 COBOS nails, 2 com crushers, 10 hags potatoes,'1 cask' butter, 1 case, 1 parcel Kvéw" From ?To'wnsjfille : 1 parcel. Froia ' Cctoktowii : 3 'packages, 20 haga rice". 1 càse fcjánketa. Frdm I'o^t Dou- glas : 3 kegs' white lead^-Walsh and Co., agents. ; '* . Ex Qmraimj.-From Brisbane: - 1 roll lithographs, 3 cases, 2 bags oysters, 20 cases stout, 2 .do bpfced beef, 1 do clocks, 1 do buns, S tins blgcui^B, $ cases frait, 1 parcel, 1 eave, 4 1^ batter,. From Cooktown : 1 pan sundries, 1 J^UHC^SÍ &». lease sun- dries. 1 bag, 3 oases,-p^rp, pijila and Co., «g«nts. ? " .-? ?

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LATEST BY WIRE. THORNBOROUG[?], APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 April 1884

^. IATKST MY -*VIItE. -1 THÓBXHO ROUGH, AVRIL f). Thc Union Company, after crushing for 27 days with live head of stumpers, have ch'aiii'd up for «30ÜOÄ of smelted gold. :. , - Thirteen' cattle owners were fined j on Tuesday last, .?1 and costs for neg- lecting ..to register their earmarks. Jb'ive pounds has been subscribed to be expended on prizes to be competed for by- the school children "on Easter Monday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 April 1884

CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. APPLICATIONS required for the ser- vices of a qualified Civil Engineer f;ir the Cairns Divisional Hoard. Salary, X250 per annum, with right of private practice. ; Applications to be **>nt in before tho 1st of June, ISSI. By order, ? J. A. BUNTING, Werk to the Board. Board Office, Cairns, April 2. NOTICE. CAIRNS OlvlsïÔNAl BOARD. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Cairns Divisional Board intcud Borrowing the sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred Pounds (Ü25U0) for the purpose of construct- ing a Tramway from the town of Cairns to the Islay Kanges, distance about three miles, for conveying ballast for street and mad making. By order, J. A. BUNTING, Clerk to the Beard. Cairns, April 2. NOTICE. CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. T^TOTICE is hereby given, that the Cairns .131 Divisional lizard intend Borrowing tho sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred Pounds { £j5(KI) for this purpose of Improving .thu Principal Streets of Cairns, and the Ap- proaches to tho Wharves. By order. J, A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 10 April 1884

riTHE QUEENSLAND . STEAK SHIP JL " ' "1KG CO., Lxmntp." * " AKCHEB " is doe Jfh^tf, lott inst., from "South;" and will nwet wjth immedi- ate des^^'fe): Fort IXicg^M^ TJTALSH AWE 0,0^ Agents. THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIP INO CO., LIMITED. "ABCHEE" will sail for SYDNEY, via Queensland Ports, SATURDAY, tho 12th inst. ' WALSH ins Co., Agents, XJJEV. E. T, LLOYD will (D.V.) preach on '.iw Sunday next ai'Smiiljfis'd at ll a.m. and in the Church, Abbott-Street, at 7.30 p.m. Church of "Baglud. "O EV, Ô. E." P. NOBBS will (p.v.) cou-j -M\t duct a Chjldren'f Servie» at 10 a.m. on Good Friday, and Divine Service at 12: hoonand 7.30""p.n¿, same day; and on' .Çun-1 day next at II «-m. and 7.30 p.m.. in thc Church", Aobotfcetreet. .

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