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Cricket Matell. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

As arranged ufrthe public meriting, held but week, a, match wita played on the cricket ground on Eáater Monday. The. playera on each aide haring baan eâected by tW'eoaV aaittee appointed fer triit'-pwrpbae. elected Messrs. Wall and il. Marr estkw¿r7espec-tÍTe <a«tarna. Ta* day being estreajeiy fine a most enjoyablejaaie wind, imw*sa* ia a »istory far Mir. narr e team with ive wickets taipan. Wall'e taem were the tret to bat to the bowhng ol the Mer. Mr. Nobbs and Mac whirter. Mill. <rd, waô pmyed' a stead/aale iaaiaga for 1«, being top scorer. 'Maena waam waa kow Ul hwl* Mm tor .S.iwA**ha could "ge* aat,'* gteatly to the joy of .kai neaoauute. The total (43) ia small, but ai namber of tba playera were quite oatof form, and the os ptain was given out lb w without scoring.;. Burr's awn did even worse than this, being all disposed pf for 36, their cup.* tain making the only stand, acuriag ll, tue rest aowhere. Milford and Wall bowled well, especially the latti-r. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

" MABAVOA » w ¿wa TO-BAT. 17th hut. froatphMth, and will meet with inmedi- ato waajaMlwr Port Itoa?^ and Cooktown. - Waua «J» Ca, Agenta. rps QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIP X IM CO.. Lutria "MABANOA" wfll «til for SYDNEY, rin Queensland Porto, SarcnaaY. th» 19th inst, WAUB MS CO., Agent«, ! KEV. E. T. LLOYD will (O.T.) preach on Sunday next nt Hambledon Planta- tion at a p.m., and ia the Church. Abbott street, at 7.30 p.m. Chard* of BwgsMiil BUY. a B. F. NOBBS will (D.W.) con 1 dart Divine Setwise at ll a.m. and 7*0 pa., ia theCharch. Abbott swajtt.

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Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

I Howitt! Heetlmg. A fTOTnia of the coinmittee of the above institution waa bald on Monday night, 14th inst. Present ;-Messrs. B. T. Hartley (in the chair), D. Patience, Kenny, and Douglas. .The minutes of the previous ordinary and special meetings were read and confirmed.' The wardsman's report was read and re- ceived. The report showed that during the month 13 patients had been admitted, five discharged, and two died, leaving 1» still under treatment. The correspondence inward was received, and consisted of:-Letter from B. Craig, chemist, offering to supply the hospital with drugs. Letters from Dr. Byrn, offering sale of drugs to h-r:t°'. aad lui watting his de- parture before expiry of time. Letters, from Secretaries of Cooktown -and Townsville Hospitals, enclosing conies of their rules. Letter fro« Swallow and Derham, re Kanaka sent ; to Hospital. Letter from Colonial Secretary, advising the despatch of (Jovero mcnt subsidy for quarter ending 31st De- cember, 188a, amounting to ...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1884. Christle Palmeroton and the Railway Survey. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

-fpl|e $mrn$ pout. THUBSDAY, APRIL 17, 18S4. éiurlaUe *»?! BMIB Witm ind the lauwa- Surer. Aa might have been anticipated, the ?artel which attended the endeavours of fte Port Douglas deputation ti; ob- tain a partial' re-survey of their route bj moana of unscrupulously impeach- ing the character of Mr. Monk, baa induced other» to pursue a similar course in hopea of obtaining a similar concession. The ' latest attempt to overthrow Bf r. Hannam'B report ia made on behalf of the Mourilyan Harbour route, and ia contained in a letter written, or rather, to be correct, signed by C. Palmerston to tho IIEBBEBIO* ADTEKTI8UL The ostensible writer of this letter is abushman,of whom Cairns can produce nome half dozen of equal ability, who was attached to the parties which surveyed the Port Douglas and Mourilyan routes that. the experience of a practical bushman having à know- ledge of the country might be ai the disposal of the surveyors, but who, though good in hie particular branch, is entir...

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M.) April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

j Courte. POLICÉ COÜET. (Before W. E. O." Hill, Eee., P.M.) Aped 14. . . ' . Applicaiioa bj Jars. »'COT for persuasion to aeu spirituous liquor» ..os the cricket ground during that day.. Permission -granted. Application by Hrs, Burks' for permission to have music and dancing on ker licensed premises. Permission granted. i

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

SHIPPING. ABBIVAI* April IO.-Katoomba, a.«.. Capt. Ana atxowr.fitoiB Sydney, via Brisbane and aorta. Passengers - Mrs. Hill and child, Utas M'Allen, Messrs. W. J. Chard and A. J. Willis, and 10 in steerage. April 10.-Archer, s.s.. Capt. Lowris, hom Sydney, vis, Brisbane and ports. Paseengsrs -9 in steerage. April 12.-Katoomba, u, Capt. Arm- strong, from Cooktown, Ja-gm Mr. : Wood«, and IO te stestage, April 13.-Archer, «.».. Capt, Lowrie, fruss Cooktown. Passengers-Mr. Bogen, and a in steerage.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

IMPORTS. Ex Arehor.-From Sydney i 1 emma doth. lng. B'rails, 60 oases brandy, S do Has* lah, I & do oysters. t do AuEitrlaian relish, 4ooQ> ropa, 1 case paper, 1 do portman trna*. 1 kee Balle, x;<Io butter, XtH toarda hardwood fiooriag, 93S <|B pi aa do. 1 xockiaff kaw AailM» liane : 4- casca lolita?, 1 conch, S packages safes, 2 do sofa backs, 6 do furnitoss, 1 case marble, S do crockery, 1 do hollowware, 8 do - galvanised ires, I b«ndle wira Betting, 1 do ¡hovels, 10 enase kerosene, 1 do quinine, 1 case, 44 bags potatoes, 1 truss bacon, 1 kee batter, S bap onions. 1 barnda? tresa, I rafi leather, 1 rad cloth package, » baga eoeJL 1 cask suda urjstala, l caw codee, 1 do brt riags, 1 do tapiña», 1 box agaa» leaven. . 4a ?taren. I cask borawhora, fi caaes traita, S do glim saw. lYom Towans ¡Bot » 'caars.' 4 da drapery. 1 trank basta. I )a»*4.~Waam ' andCn»agenta. Ex Katoomba-f^en' Sydney: t*> ange f.mr, 900 quarter do. locases apricots, 10 do ] pea...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

DEPASTURES. April 10.-Katoomba, a.m.. Cant. Ara strong, for Cooktown. P»»emj«rs-6 ia EtCCRlgO, April ID.-Archer, e.a. Capt, Lowrie, for Cooktown. Passenger*-2 in steerage. April 12.-Katoomba. s.s.. Capt. 'Arss Btrong, for Sydney, Tia Brisbane and ports. Passengers-Messrs. Barry, Poylo, White, Bantt, Elwell, and 18 in stsaiago. April 13.-Archer, SA. Capt Lowrie, for Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Passengers -Messrs. fi. J, Gorton, C, J. Collar, and fi in steerage.

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ANNUAL LICENSING COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M., and G. Adams, Esq., J. J.P.) April 15.—RENEWALS GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

ANNUAL LICENSING COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M., and G. Adams, Esq., J. J .P.) .April 15.-RENEWALS GRANTED.   Town Licenses.-John Parker Mining   Exchnnge Hotel, Cairns;- Maurice Fox. Royal Hotel, do; Eliza Thomas, New Tatter sall's Hotel, do ; Michael Flanagan,.New   Haver Hotel, do; John E. Berry, Commercial Hotel, do; Louisa Burke. New- market Hotel, do -, William Pyrn, Lord Wolseley Hotel, Four Mile. Country Licenses.-W. S. Alley, Riverstone Hotel ; Henry Shaw, Packer's Arms.   Auctioneers License. - J. H. Macnish. Cairns.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

NOTICE. CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. "jk ITLieAFIOJiS required for the ser .XJL vieea of ii qualified Civil Engineer' for thc Cairns .Divisional Hoard. Salary, ÜÜ50 per annum, with right of private prac;iee. Applications to he sent in liefere the 1st of June, 1S8-J. ? By order;' " . ' . J. A. BTJNTIJIG, ; !- . . . Clerk to thc Board." Board Office, I Cairns, April a. - - NOTICE. .. . . . ~ ."""*"* i .* CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARS.; "*J"OTICE U hcrouj't-iven; thiat tWCuiVn'i .131 Divisional B*Vird. iotcnd Borroviríc thc; suin pf. Two Thousand fjvv Hundred Pounds" (XiSOO).for the purpose of construct- ing a Tramway froin the" town of Cairns: to the Islay Ranges, dintonoetil>out three miles, for conveying ballast fur street and niud insiing. -t : - ; . / ¡.'i* '- ' :.'. .1, Ey Jbrder, -' . :- . i" . j. i. BUNTING, ... Cfcrk to the Board.' Cuiras, April 2. .... j . -NÔTIC'È. 7" r. CAIRNS DIVtSIONAt BÜAHD.. .?- i r- 'S-^i :irí=«»SSs«tii- *»-.'* .'. ""VT0TICE>i.8 ¿creby. ¿\\S¡TL, that tho C...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

f - . ODDS AXD ENDN.. *Th«"««BotiWí«ai3 for a commercing treaty 'bèttfeen England au'd Spain hare'Yiiileii; : - ; Another breaking down in thc Wilmot Ex- tended minc at Gympie has yielded spuci ?mons containing öÖOüz of gold. Two youths have been sentenced to death" at Tamworth, N.S.W., for committing rape «n'a giri 18years old; ? ' ,.' ". The Government Karil' purchnscU ( the labour schooner liavia to replace.the Pearl in survey wort on the Queensland coast. ! . ? "At . Gympie during the inoutn of-Marali _5 «75. tons of quartz yielded 20,">90oz ol gold. ln'tie "Baine period X50"215 was distribuí»*! in.dividends.": i-; -. ' -..:-.' ' A new form of application for claimants desiring to havethoir names inserted on tire electora} rollabas just ricen issned,.to which is appended a statement of qualifications.: ' It ÍH reported that- a-sph-ndid find of gold has .been .made. o» :4he.Heytesbury.Forest ranges, "Vic, Wt "has been kept dark for sometime'. - ?..-?" i The Premier pfc. ïïe^ Z...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN COKKEbTOXDEVT.} TUB Her- William Wyatt Gill, B.Á., of -thc Landon Missionary Society, has reported that throe natives have been -shot at Dcfaur Island, Sew Guinea,fev Captain Nicholas, of Cooktown. - 'Their ; offence seems to have consisted of the theft of a quantity "of tobáceo, with -which Nicholas intended to purchase food. Directly-'-he discovered his. loss lie shot tho Quieres, one through thc chest, another tlirough the hand, «nd snottier through tlie foot. Thia report cornea from accredited teachers «of L.M.S. at South Cape, New Guinea, - ¿md is farther confirmed by the teacher at Dinner Island, the only difference in lue aeport .feeing that , thc man shot through the ehest has since died. If chis is the case many innocent men will \ «lifer fer the offence of one. A man named John Anderson has teen murdered by his wife stabbing bim with a pair of scissors.'' They were ia the habit of quarrelling, and the w&man's temper being- roused ...

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Our Neighbours. [FORM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

[VBOJI OD* OWIC '.COEBESrojrllB»T¿3 j ' - " HÉHB1ÜRTÓN. "" ' " '_ " ..-April-12'.: Ii 'tíie.mnttpr'óf therraiîway will, only-cxer ? eÎ3t» thc Cfcvirnm~o'n? as-'it .does, individualis,- . tbo.-Jtrie-WulT he -spotilily" constinteï ftouT'.' somewheres-Wjhjje thc porls'aie <Ul¥ortieing< > tUçir, reEpo«tive»ji;Ujiai5-to tit} díe-.ternüiiiis, j '."»*'. Soirthèm .' pjMÔle'.wili^ rib wpad«¡ring' * - abrei e the ëitraôidîanry fcvèî;itï6ns..m "cQii- , noct:on'"wïtri'tI'esc'w«U päd. I\}rt-Í>óng!a4' charge against the'sm-yeyors took pebpUf%y .wirptjsçi hut Chrnjty : P.nümfirstonís letter' in . toAltiy's - IljKliBERTOX... . .ADVERTISER.;rÏS a ' '? stunner." .The^j^témentá ?m*id^ ^c 'dis^jiêt/'aiid tf'^s'tifiC"d't<> as lie' assorti '.te' ispi-opVirea1 -ttfO&.-revesls. astato of Affairs that*imiat -.bo drtinii^ixigi-to.-'the -Survey'3?í> * piirtisotot,aiid»<jrí).>ÍKlyHÍT¿ct this wtumitlriíyl, i TUa-JIinistôr for W<)Ek,&a...

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Our European Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORREPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

Our European tetter. IFBOX ©OE OWN CÛK1UIS1-ONDBNT.) THE Socialist,. 'Hermann Stellmacher, has been arrested in Vienna, aiid iden- tified as thc, murderer Of thc Austrian D¿twtjve¡lílo¿i;li.' Since lifs.-Wrest he, has. adinitte«", also .[being .guilty;oí: the, murder of* -Commissioner- liubcek>iii Floridsdorf laut December. A quan- tity of dynamite-aird" a-'.adióle case of «¡hopped lead to be "-used fór'.fiHiní bombs were' 'fOniTd'at^j ^^'JiodgTiig«. Since Ilia, .captura.,tlireátening leit-tera, liare couie;.l>yhuii<lre(ltj fd iîfuwt: .every official of. tlie^ central police in Vicuña, to tíie- Pre:udeñt"A)f tfie 'Court;.and 'to rrll' tlic' comlms'sion'èrs' a/jd détectives personally-, telling tliçm ia a .f cw .words .tlukt -.th«3í-- would - be Hiiot onTtlievfirwti op¡iortuiiitj. ' Tho S"c!ali»U.in Sjritfcor . Jami aré- f«irfn»' «hata*^1iastr"H' gray-Mt'-; maud t£è extradition:-.of ? Stellmacher; s ; amita pl ice,' aaadthey-are endeavouring to dissuade thé- Swiss au...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

Local Items. A public meeting is to be held mt. Mr. Hook's store, on Saturday nuxt, at 7.30 pu», sharp, to. discusa motten rsSBweamg the { Mulgrave goliifisSd. wis advertisement, i 1 Ihm Mnlw ot ta* . »hiebMaarMaUy Sill jsi mm ?Sk 1*1%., «nrr illiipimil «C Vj Thursday bet, and realized JOS. Captain Armstrong reports :-Katoomba ] kit Brisbane OD 6th inst, at 8J» a_m., called at Keppel Cay, Mackay, BoweaT&nd Towns- ville, sad aniTed at Cairns on the 9th at 7. a.m. Ezperienecd fine «eather throughout. For thc past week the weather has been generally fine, with the wind at south-east, the only rain icgisteied being on the "15th and 16th, when 0-S3in and aSGin fell res pec ti vwJy, making a total rainfall for the " week of 0*99 of an ineh. The Customs Eevenue collected for the past fortnight, from the 1st to the 15th inst, amounted to .2480 16e id. For the same period of 1883, the collections amounted to only £1*0 3s 5d, showing an 'increase-'of Jtaeo 12a 9d over last year. Last ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

JXJRY LIST. ULE following is the List of Special and Common Jurymen for the District of Cairns, . - as revised by the Court of Petty Sessions, held on March 21, ISSI : SPECIAL JUKT. Xame. Qualification. Citarles Adams George Kobert Burns George Stevenson Davis Thomas Harrison William Doyle Hobson James Henry Macaish John J. O'Leary Daniel Patience Edward I!. Sontherden Thomas Swallow Eichard James Gorton . Esquire Engineer Accountant Engineer Merchant Auctioneer Accountant Esquire Mereliant Esquire Esquire Kensington Hambledon Cairns Cairns C.'iirns Cairns Cairns ? Cairns Cairns Hambledon Cairns . COMMON JURY. ii James Allen Georg» Jorham Alley -William Saunders Alley Jo" : n Anderson ". Christian P. Andersen ' - AYilliam Anderton Alexander Auld - Henry Barr John Kobert Berry Joules lilacs. . .. Richard Blackwell Francis Brown Samuel Cochrane ."William II. Collinson' :. Edwin Crossland Kobert S- Cummings * Michael Dillon Hamilton.T. Douglas Patrick Downey Alfred Engstroin John Jacks...

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LATEST BY WIRE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Mazzlia Trial. TOWNSVILLE, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

LATEST BY WIRE. (sworn oom ow* commro*vm.1 -nm m»MMMm JwtmL TOWNSVILLE, APBIL 10. The trial of Thomas and James Moulin for conspiracy to defraud Messrs. Burns, Philp' and Co., was commenced yesterday at noon, before Judge Noel and a. jury of twelve, and closed this evening at six o'clock. Thomas Mazzini , ably defended him- self and^brotber, "and thé summing up- of the' Judge waa idightlv in . favour of "the* prisoners. After an hour's deliberation. the jury re- turned 'into Court, and stated- that' they were unable to agree upon a ver- dict. 'They were again.rocked uni,* "and ?returned 'at half-past jeigh£.»tili,, dis- agreeing. . The ' 'Judge * recoounenoSf further deKberaticm, and'they 'were again. locked np'until eleven o'clock. The general impression is that 'the. prisoners-will be acquitted. . Aran, ll. Tie libel case of tis* Crown». P. ,W." H¡iLjBw »SjftsnwMref the:4rww»AwBV' was brought to a ti raaasf juli - yesterday, the jar/ after'a very short consultation wdiiiwiag a ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 17 April 1884

THE NEW-HÀVEN HOTEL; ABBOTT-STIwCET, CANINS. : _ MICHAEL FLANAGAN ,¡ . Has the pleasure to announce that the ¿bole Hotel, is noir open with.every comfort and '.convenience. , - .vi {-?. >. ?| '> "'.*'??.? . .? j Xone bat the best,articles will be u«4 in Airs, Wrajs, aa«l-SPIRITS, and everj endeavour will be made to afford the comfort-i of a Home, to Visitor*. ; ? ..(, . . ' ? . , Fireglass stabling and ^u^^ The company's steamers leave thia port every Thurmlay for Northern Forts, amt every Saturday evening' for Southern Ports. " For faros and rates of freight apply at the . Company's own office at wharf, j ' WTJKSS, PHILP and CO./Liinited. t ... . , -">1;t;ti~ a,-.-, ^"^i fTlHE S.8. " ZEUS,"-Captin' lani«,-i '-J. Leaves the wharf every . Thursday "morning to meet the .incoming,¡and eviry - Saturday evening to inèat'l"outgoing ^Jlail ' Steamer«; and leaves every Wednesday and '-'Saturday mornings"for Swallow"« arid Stew-' "art's landings. ,., . .' !^ Open for charter and exc...

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Our Sydney Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 24 April 1884

Our Sydney Leiter. (FKUSI ,CtCR >OVTN COItSESrONI EST.) Titvr.T adversity is 'laying a remarkably heavy hand on us at present, for from, the four quarters of dillis blighted.eoiony conies thc same pardiit-d, ithirsty cry, "give us rain." No rain to speak of for the last sis months, and sheep and cattle dying in thousands, rivers drying .up, and every blade of verdure scorched to the ground, is certainly not a bright look out for a happy Easter. AV hat have we done to deserve this, for are not the other colonies-Victoria and Queensland-just as wicked as we arc? and yet down South thev have had plentiful downpours all through thc summer, causing second crop to spring up and gladden every cabbage gardener from the Murray to the sea, while up your way we hear of 32 days continuous rain in downpours rivalling even the proverbial cats and dogs. So serious has this drought become that we arc to he put on short commons in conse- quence of our beloved Botany dam be-, ginning to show signs...

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South Australia. ADELAIDE; APRIL 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 24 April 1884

South Australia. ADELAIDE; A Mu T. 23. Tlie Ministry has been reconstructed. Ramsay becomes £\>lonial Secretary, Bray, Treasurer, and Bower Commfi sioner for Works. Mr. David Power, who is largely interested in Queensland squatting, dropped down dead on Friday lust. Parsons, the Government Resident in thc Northern Territory, and Pater, spc.cial magistrate, sailed for Port Darwiu oj} Saturday. (From flux Exchanges.) BRISBANE, Aenit 17. The -Ageiit-íj£i;crHl¡?Jnp has boen offered to Mf. Oitfri.f^, who ha» acT cepted it. Mr. Garrick's successor to the Postmester-G.enerulship of the co- lony has not yet been appointed. lt is understood that Mr. fi-a'rriek will retain, his seat as member of the Executive Council. The match between Sydney and Brisbane was concluded to-day. Tho New South Wal.es second innings closed for GS, Queensland thus winning in one innings with 17 runs tc spare. Parliament has been' further pror rogued until June 3. The Miiiister for Wopks returned from th.e North...

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