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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

A.U.S.N^CO., Ltd. ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE. THE Steamers of the above Company are intended to sail as under : Townsville . Bowen Mackay 'Rockhampton .Gladstone . .Bundaberg ? . .Maryborough WODONGA, Brisbane Sydney nth Melbourne ¡Adelaide {Albany {Freemantle (Geraldton {Cossack, and other West Australian ports ' Geraldton 1 Mourilyan Cardwell . PALME», Dungeness Townsville TO.MOU.OW Port Douglas A Cooktown I WODONGA, trhursday Island I {Normanton t To-MOalOW J Burketown I .Transhipping n Keppel Bay. {Transhipping at Cooktown.; BURNS, PHILP ic CO., LIMITED, í Agents. THE HOWARD-SMITH LINE WEEKLY SERVICE from TOWNS- VILLE aa under : MACKAY ROCKHAMPTON MARYBOROUGH BRISBANE SYDNEY MELBOURNE ADELAIDE ALBANY FREMANTLE GERALDTON PEREGRINE LEURA TYRTAN BURWAH BARRABOOL FROM TOWNSVILLE Every SATURDAY. Fortnightly service from Sydney fo Western Australian Ports by the fine powerful passenger steamers GABO BUNINYONG KOONOOWARRA. WEEKLY PASSKNOKR AS» CARCO SERVICE ] FROM CÁIKXS TO : GERALDTON...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

Perkins & Co.'s XXX Beer! Perkins & Co.'s XXX Beer! Order a hogshead and try this beer. It is now in splendid order. Perkin's brew.ry is the only brcwejy'at pres- ent paying a dividend, which is proof of the popularity of the beer. Walsh & Co., agents Cairns and Port Douglas districts A Crockery and Ironmongery Department will be added to our Cairns branch at an early date. The various lines are already ordered Walsh i Co.. Cairns. Tenders. HILE(PWS) CAIRNS (Th: Owner is Retiring from Business). TENDERS will be received by the Under- signed up to 14th August, 1897, for the PURCHASE of the whole of the Prynsviile Estate, Having an area of 175 Acres, together with all IMPROVEMENTS, in ONE LOT, or subdivided as below : Lox L-An area of 21 Acres, on which is erected the Lord Wolseley Hotel, of 10 Bedrooms, 2 Parlors, Ball-room, 45 by 24. Tanks, Loose Boxes, Stables, Well, &c. 5 acres Fruit Trees, and balance good Garden i . Land, bounded by an ever-runnin...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

WHOLESALE C OFFË E MERCHANT. * 'mïmmVm&imm&'JtommmmWlmWmmmWm' Z .^2sssa¿aala9aaE9M^^ ' GROWN A VD. MANUFACTURED BY D. R. LISWÍ8, . j .;. j , . ' . AT ; "? ' '?? MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, QUEENSLAND. ' WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE 1 TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. | SOLD IN l lb. TINS, and No 2 IN 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residents of Cairne, Mareeba, Herberton, Mnntalbhm, California Creek, The Tate, and settlers generally should ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other.] Try One Tin aa nn experiment. The grower and manufacturer ple.U'es hit word thst there is no better matured or purer Coffee in the world than LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. THE :. GRESHAM HOTEL ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. MRS. BYRNE, Pi»opi»ieti*«Baa. fpHE Gresham Hotel is situated in the centre of the main block in Abbott ?A Street, adjoining Messrs Burns, Philp & Co. s bus...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic. Tuesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AMD FOREIGN. LONDON, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

Telegraphic. Tuesday's News by, Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. i BRITISH AMD FOREIGN. LONDON, Tues. The Japanese Goverment is threaten- ing- to break off diplomatic relations with the Government of Hawaii, un- less Japaneseimmigration is permitted. Greece has issued an order prohibit- ing the depaiiure of bands of armed men from Crete. Two ex-convicts were {arrested in Soho to-day on suspicion of being concerned iii the recent bank robbery at Sunderland. The detectives had got the men safely into a cab when they] were attacked by a mob of 100 sympathisers with the prisoners. Not withstanding the assistance given by the police, the mob upsebjthe cab, and in the struggle the police were nearly murdered. The branches of the Irish National League have appealed to the . parent league in Ireland not to take any part in the Jubilee Celebrations. At a meeting of the Liverpool branch, Mr T. P. O'Connor declared he would not appear among those who celebrated the event in any way, because the reig...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Coming Eyents. Summary of Events advertaised the "Fost" will apprar under this heading each issue. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

Coming EfenU. Summirjrof ErenHadrertiaxI AO* 'íR»t"win «WW under this badine each tone. June II Tenders Repairs and Painting Geraldton Custom House. June lith-27th Redemptorist Mission, St. ? Morna's Church. June loth Tenders close for supply of sleepers for " Cairns Railway. June 30th " Milky White," Divisional HaU, July 7th- *' Special meeting Kingsborough Homeward Bound G.M. Co., at Mareeba. August 14th Tenders close for purchase of Prynville. June 18 Tenders for Bar at Benevolent Society's Ball Close June 22 Doncaster Park Races. June Z2 Mareeba Turf Club Races. June îï Caledorian Ball. Jane 29 Public Service Examination takes place.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

MMcGREEVY hi« started a Branch . .; ESTABLISHMENT of his Livery Stable Basineaa at the Malgra ve terminas of the- Cairas-Mutgrave-Trauiway, where he will always - have Saddle - Hones and Vehicle» in readineaa'for the convenience of Paaweugers, so that those desirous of visiting any portion of'the district, will experience no'delay or inconvenience in obuining hacks or buggies. M. McOREEVY, Cairns and Mulgrave. - The Model Dairy butter can now be pro oajw4et W«W> «td Co.'»,

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sworn before a Justice of the Peace. ANOTHER MIRACLE IN SYDNEY. A CRIMEAN VETERAN AND GOOD TEMPLAR RECOUNTS HIS RECOVERY FROM A LIVING DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

j Sworn bai^^^u^ ùt th» ANOTHER MIRACLE IN SYDNEY. A CRIMEAN VETERAN AND GOOD TEMPLAR RECOUNTS HIS RE- COVERY FROM A LIVING / DEATH. Mr Charles Terry, a Crimean voterai-, . of.485 Kent utrect, Sydney, having been lecturing lately in the Domain on the" "Temperance Question," we (says tho, NEWSPAPER) despatched a reporter to his residence, who gives the following ver- batim account of his illness and marvel- lous recovery. Our representative found Mr Terry a chatty old gentleman of CC, who seemed decidedly pleased to be in- terviewed on the subject of his wonder- ful escape from death. In response to a few questions . Mr Terry stated :-" I joined the Royal Navy about 1853, and served during' the Crimea in H.»I.S. Retribution,- Captain Thomas Fisher, under Admiral Dundas, bearing the flag of Rear-Admiral Baines, and I bear the Crimean decoration. I arrived in Aus- tralia at the.latter,end of 1877 in H.M.S. Sapphire, the Hon. Captain Merry. I then joined-the Diamand, under Captain Dale,...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Chamber of Commerce. NEW MAREEBA-GEORGETOWN ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

NEW MAREEBA-GEORGETOWN ROAD. A special meeting of the members of   the Cairns Chamber of Commerce was held in the Council Chambers on     Monday last, 7ih inst. Preaent Metsrs J. Hansford (President), Cal- laghan Walsh,"J. Lyona, M. Boland, P. J. Howley, G. -Itpayers, L. Severin, F. J. Northnge,, S. R. Shara bi-ook, E. Donegan, ánd 1 ;R.'Sturt (Secretary). . The meeting was called for the pur- pose of meeting Mesara í Wilcox sind Owens, the pioneer carriers on the new Mareelia-Georgetown road wlm were présent. The President (Mir.Hansford) intro, duced Messrs Wilcox and Owens to the Chamlier, and the matter of the new road waa then discussed in an in- formal manner. The new road was taken stage by stage when the following particulars wei« elicited. The total length of the new road ia 205 miles, or 75 miles shorter than the old one. From George- town to the Einasleigh crossing, a dis- tance of 44 miles, is the ¡best portion of the road, being ver...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Supreme Court, Townsville. (IN CHAMBERS.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

Supreme Court, Townsville.   (IN CHAMBERS.)   In re William Innes, of Cairns, engineer, an insolvent. Application to fix Wednesday, 23rd June next, at Cairns, for last examina- tion. Order- As per application. Mr Bar- nett of Messrs Roberts, Len and Barnett-   for.Mr G.W. Le Vass, soliciter for insol- vent.      

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Release of Strike Prisonars. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

Release of Strike Prisoners,   In response to a numerously signed petition, the Mayor (Ald. Draper) convened a public meeting which was held in the Divisional Hall on Mon- day, June 1st, to petition the Govern- ment to release the Strike prisoners in commemoration of the Record Reign of the Queen. There was a very large and representative attendance and the proceedings were of a most enthusias- tic nature. Rev. T. Nock, in the course of a long and earnest speech, proposed the following resolution:- " We, the people of Cairns and district in public meeting assembled, hereby affirm the desirableness of petitioning the Governor of Queensland on the occasion of the Queen's Record Reign for the re- lease of the men now serving terms of     imprisonment for offences arising out of and in connection with the Queensland Labor troubles, and that signatures be invited for the following petition:- ' To the Governor, Lord Lamington':- 'We, the undersigned ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Prom Our Point of View. WANTED— SALTWATER BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

From Our Point of View. WANTED SALTWATER BATHS. The Post's Diamond Jubilee suggestion is this - invite subscrip- tions for the erection of Public Baths. What could be finer or more pleasing to Her Majesty than, in after years, when looking back upon her Record Reign celebrations, to call to mind that was the year when her many Cairns sub- jects first washed themselves. Archi- tect French need not design them this time, and neither need they get washed away. Joking apart, the idea commands itself to us with the full force of carefully thought out convic- tion. Cairns, the great agricultural pivot of the North, and no public baths! A magnificent sweep of tidal water, as fresh and clear as anywhere on the coast, and yet a dip in the briny an impossibility! Alas, that such a lack of enterprise and public spirit should tarnish the fame and name of Cairns. The expenditure of £100 would amply cover the cost of obtaining and, driving the necessary piles on the hard, sandy slope of beach in ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. CAIRNS EXHIBITS APPRECIATED. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

CAIRNS EXHIBITS APPRECIATED. (TO THE EDITOR.)       Sir,-I learn with surprise from your issue of the 5th instant that the Under   Secretary for Agriculture did not considor the Cairns exhibits made a good show. Permit me to say that I consider the Cairns Court outshines all the exhibits of the Agricultural Department put to- gether. It was without doubt one of the leading features of the opening day; even the sugar cane from Cairns had a sheen and a lustre that was wanting in that from every other district. A great part of the Exhibition is taken up with collars and ties, jewellery, and brummagen goods in glass cases, all of which quickly palls upon the visiter, so that when he happens across the Cairns Court it is   like an oasis in a desert. His eyes   sparkle, a deep interest is at once ex- hibited, and his tongue for the first time since entering the building is loosened to express admiration. As I li...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

NOTES AND NOTICES. An important double-page supplement is published with each issue of the POST. Full report Municipal Council meeting next issue.   Mr Fraser, representing the Town and   Country, is now in Cairn.   An elderly man, named William Thomas, died of consumption in the Cairns Hospital last Saturday night. "The local petition to the Government for   the release of the Strike prisoners went South by the "Cintra" on Saturday last. Although little or no canvassing was done, over 680 signatures were attached. H.M.S. Karakatta arrived in Cairns from Sydney on Thursday last, and is expected to up anchor to-morrow for Cooktown. The Karakatta is in new commission, and Captain Harbord is now in command. The Barron Meat Works are spreading its   business clutches far and wide. Two large mobs of cattle (writes the Mundic Miner) passed through Georgetown last week, travel- ling to Biboohra and the Ross River Meat Works. ...

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TUESDAY, 1ST JUNE. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

TUESDAY, 1st June (Before the Police Magistrate.)     George Wilson. Drunkenness. Pleaded       guilty. Fined 1os.; in default, 48 hours' im- prisonment. William John Hanna, on remand, was charged with stealing a bullock, branded RC5, the property of James Roundtree, on the Mulgrave.       Mr E. A. Milford appeared on behalf of the accused. Constable Colahan, in continuing his evidence, said that he had frequently visited the Mulgrave district. Roundtree took him to a spot where the remains of a bullock were on Friday, 28th May. Witness sub-   sequently saw Christensen who told him that be had swopped a cow to accused and and that she was running on Sandy Creek, not far away from where the bullock was found. Janies Roundtree, gave evidence to the effect that he was in the employ of Richard Blackwell at Riverstone. He owned some cattle and among them was a red bullock ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cairns Divisional Board. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

Cairns Divisional Board. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. The ordinary fortnightly; meeting of . the Cairns Divisional Board was held     ' in the Divisional Hall on Eriday last. Present- Messrs W. H. Swallow (Chsirman, ; T. Mackey, W. D Hobson, W. J. Munro, I. E. Fretwe ll, and J J. O"Leary (Secretary).       MINUTES.     On the motion for the confirmation   of the minutes Mr W.D. Hobson ex-   plained that he had written to Mr Geo. Phillips that the report of his remarks at the last meet- ing, regarding the loss through errors alleged to have been made by Mr Phillips over the contract for the Tramway, and which :appeared in the Morning Post, were incorrect, and that Mr Phillips was satisfied with his ex- planations. CORRESPONDENCE   Included in the correspondence dealt with were tbe following communica- tions : From the Secretary Conference   Northern L...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Sugar Industry. THE SUGAR WORKS GUARANTEE ACT. THE PAST SEASON'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

The Sugar Industry. THE SUGAR WORKS GUARANTEE ACT. THE PAST SEASON'S WORK. Below we give a tabulated return, com- piled from the reports of the various Central Mill Companies which were working last season, showing the principal features of the year's operations. In some respects the re- turn is not absolutely complete, but this is due to the fact that the reports are not all drawn up upon the same plan. The Play- stowe and Marian Mills were working their second season, but otherwise the results are   those of the first attempts of the companies : Tons cane per ton sugar 88 n.t. basic Cost of cane, per ton Cost of cane per ton sugar .... Mill supplies ... .. Horse feed and training Insurance .. ...   Directors' fees ... ... ... . Tons firewood per ton of sugar ...         Cost of firewood per ton of sugar..     Cost of manufacture per ton of sugar   Average cost f.o.b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Naval Comedy. IN THE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

A Naval Comedy. IN THE POLICE COURT. On Friday morning last E. Gribble, a sailor of H.M.S. " Karakatta," rose shame-   facedly in the dock to answer to his numerous sins, on the night before. The P.M. (Mr Stafford) : Well, how do you plead to the charge of obscene language ? Accused: All I have got to say Sir, is we ain't been ashore for some time, and when we came into town the lemonade got the best of us.   The P.M. : What are thc circumstances of this case, Mr Ferguson ? Sub-Inspector Ferguson. Constable Gil- mour was standing in the yard when he heard and saw a number of sailors having a row in front of the Court House Hotel. He went over to them and heard them using bad language. He advised them to go home and   some of them turned round and abused him. There were ladies passing at the time.   The P.M.: You are further charged with assaulting the police. How do you plead ?   Accused: Oh, well Sir, it was this way:...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. SATURDAY, 22ND MAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

Police Court. SATURDAY, 22ND MAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) A booth license was granted to Patrick   Joseph Howley, of the Criterion Hotel, Cairns, for the 24th May, on the occasion of the Oddfellows' Ball in the Cairns Divisional Hall. Regina v. F S. Phillips.-Issuing a receipt for over £1 without stamping same. There was no appearance of defendant, and the case was heard ex parte. Defendant was fined £2 ; default, levy and distress. A booth license was granted to Neil McLean for the Mulgrave Racecourse on the 28th May.

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MONDAY, 31 ST MAY. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

MONDAY, 31ST MAY.       (Before the Police Magistrate.) William John Hanna, on suspicion of stealing one red and white bullock, branded R C5, the property of James Roundtree, of Mulgrave. Mr E. A. Milford appeared for the defendant. Constable Colahan gave evidence as to finding the remains of a bullock or cow on the 28th instant, on Reuben Keam's selection, Mulgrave River. Amongst the remains was part of the hide, which showed the brand distinctly (RC5). He met   accused and asked him what he had shot the bullock for. Accused denied doing so, and stated that the remains were part of some beef he had brought from Keeble's in a spring   cart. In reply to a question, accused said he had brought out two quarters. Witness then arrested him on suspicion of killing the bullock. In accused's house he found about 4cwt of freshly-salted beef in a cask. There were no blood stains in the spring cart which was supposed to have been...

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F[?]DAY, MAY 28. [?] Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 9 June 1897

FRIDAY MAY 28 (Before The Police Magistrate) John Gordon. Using obscene language in a public place.. Pleaded guilty. Discharged. John Smith, on bail. Drunkenness. Pleaded guilty. Fined £l. Default, seven days' imprisonment. Regina v. William Holder. Cruelty to animals. Pleaded guilty. Fined £I and costs 5s 4d. Default of payment by 3 p.m., one month's imprisonment with hard labor. The defendant in this case was charged with beating two horses, in Abbott Street, over their heads and ribs, with the handle of a whip. Fine was paid.

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