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A DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907
A DEATH. Tho «loath occurred on Monday night of Mr. P. Byrne, brother ot" Mr. Byrne, saddler, Lalee Street. De- ceased, prior to his death followed tho occupation of a wharf laborer, lint being afflicted with paralysis was forced to abandon his work, and en- ter tho hospital, where despite ski!! and attention he succumbed. The fu- neral took place; yesterday, afternoon and about 200 waterside workers marched in procession with tho cor- tege to the cemetery.
TELEGRAMS. STATE FINANCES. REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. BRISBANE Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907
TELEGRAMS. SI ATE FINANCES. REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. BRISBANE! Tuesday. . A return, was issued showing th« revenue of Queensland ior the month and live months ended 30th Novem- ber. Tho revenue for tho month was £296,396, compared with £294,218 for tile same month last year. ': The amount received from the Com |monwealth was £59,938, a decrease of £10,467. Taxation produced £22, 2l¡9, a decrease of £2118. Territorial revenue amounted to £19,296, an ^in- crease of £33(65. Railways . (aarped £182,018, an increase' of £18,544. Other receipts totalled £12,874, a decrease of £7144 compared with No yember last year. nie total revenue for tho five mon- ths was £1,846,487, compared with £1,720,314' for the corresponding per iod last year. The amount received from tho Commonwealth was £393,477, a de- crease of £9763. Taxation producen. £165",903, a deceased of £307. Ter- ritorial revenue amounted, to £333, SOO, an increase of £19,528. Rail- ways earned £869,419, an increase oÏ £136,027. Othe...
THE AWAKENING OF CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907
THE AWAKENING OF CHINA. Last wetík the Sydney branch of thc ? Chinese Empire Ke.orm Astociation forwarded a cabio to the Chinese Minister for. Commerce, asking him to convey the best wishes of the Chi- nese subjects in Now. South Wales to the Empress-Dowager on the occasion of the anniversary of her birthda}, and urging her to give carly effect to 'the recent edict to establish consti- tutional government in China (says t!ie S.D. Telegraph"). A reply was received;/on .Tuesday acfcno wiedging the expressions of good wishes for ¡her Imperial Majesty's' wclfaro and loyalty to the Chinese EmiMJror, and stating, that the earliest opportunity would be taken to give elfccj to the wishes of the New Soiith Wales Chi- nese regarding the establishment of constitutional government in China.
General News COST OF THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907
General News COST OF THE DROUGHT. A' Wellington district famer tells a story of a well-known, owner of stock which throws a light on thc chances nien in his position take in this land of drought. Seven or eight months ago he had 33,000 sheep. Now he has Ï1000, which are in a starving condition and on offer at 3s and 4s per head. He has shifted his sheep seven times during- tho above-mention cd term, at a cost running into ma- ny hundreds oi pounds, and in evpry case was a loser.-"Lismore Star."
GAS AT A PREMIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907
GAS AT A PREMIUM. At Lismore Council meeting a few .days, ago it was announced that the iras manager only had about five days' simply of coal, and if the strike insted he would have to ask rate jiwyers to be as careful as p.ossibfe in the use of gas. The question of shut- ting down some of the street lamps would also have to be considered. Ii was decided to wire for an addition- al 1Q0 tons of coal from Queensland.
NEWS FROM PAPUA. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907
NEWS THOM PAPUA. ' v Captain Kunsen, of tho Jeera, sta- des that things look hopeful for the copper show outside of Port Mores- by (says the Cooktown ''.'Independ- ent"). At the time the severe hurri- cane was experienced on the south- east coast the Jeera was at sea and in tho midst of a calm. Captain Kunsen regiyets that thcro is now no doubt concerning the sad fate ' yof Capt. Nelson, of this town, and who was in command of ,the Star of Peace during thc hurricane. A Papuan has been arrested by the police, as it" is considered' that the disappcaranccf: of .the ; unfortunate mun ,waa duo to foul lilny. .'Grout sympathy win no fielt tiers in "the Possession showed their sympathy by subscribing a sum' for presentation, to Mrs. Nelson, who went to New Guinea to prosecute in- quiries, and a subscription was also made on board :the steamer.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907
SÍ>RHSTGr. The Spring months bring joy so far as climate is concerned: but the change affects mankind. COSRECTifJN.-Or. Rumsey's Com- pound Sarsaparilla. V SUMMER V Aggravates tho condition, and if you have not. boen wiso tn treating yourself in Spring,- Pimples, Boils, ar.d Blood Disorders appear, and it will take two bottles to do what one 'bottle will do in Spring. AUTUMN: If the conditions of Spring and Summer have not been met-your case neglected-it will fare badly with you when you reach WINTER when your blood will be poor, leaving you open to attacks of Pneumonia and other Pulmonary Troubles IT IS WISE To take a few doses of RUMSEY'S SARSAPARILLA every week through- out the year. * There are other Sarsaparillas in the market, but only one EHR. RUMSKY'S lt is made from the best Red Jamaica Sarsaparilla Root by a secret process which extracts the full medicinal virtue of this blood purifying root, AT ALL * HOTELS, STOREKEEPERS AND CHEMISTS. SOLE AGENTS i TAYLOR & COL...
ETHERIDGE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907
ETHERIDGE VISITORS. Intending visitors to the Etheridge can make arrangements for visiting the various portions of tho field by wiring to William Cramb, Auctioneer Georgetown. Buggies can always bc arranged for if orders are wired in advance. This obviates annoying de- lays which often occur when visitors ¡ reach Georgetown and find a diffi- culty in obtaining suitable and prompt means of being convoyed to the outlying portions of the field. Mr. Cramb also supplies at short notice all information required r* girding minina invéatmtnta, #tc,
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907
BOXING. Ta trick; Minogo, writes to tho ' Post" from Halifax on. the 29th, as follows:-Allow me in your widely circulated paper1 tb contradict that false rumor that is going around that my mate,, Leonard Lather, is match- ed to fight Alf Hardwick at Ravens wood for £30, a-side. However this got going I do not know. My mat 2, as all. friends know, is no glove pu- J gilist, but a green fighter. Ho is mat- ! ched to light big; Jack McAuliffe, from j tho other side, now up here,, at Town | sville for £4C¡ a-side. These two met before*at Cunnamulla, and McAuliffe won in 25 roands the, hardest and best fight that was witnessed on the, creen. on tho Warrego. Also I wish to . contradict tho statement that Wagga Lynch beat ?him and my mate at I Cunnamulla. Wagga -never saw the day he could do it. Ho met Lather twice on-the green, and fell, once, at Bourke and once at Gunnedah in '98. Hoping you will give this publication I haw the honor to be, etc.