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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

VITALITY RESTORED. CLEMENTS TONIC TO THE RESCUE. ' TIRED NATURES KIND RESTORER.' BRINGS BACK THE HUE OF HEALTH TO THE WEARY SYSTEM. A positive cure for General Debility, Weakness, Lissitude, Headache, Dis- eased Liver, and all Diseases arising from an impoverished nervous system. Dr D. Laing, Graham st., Albert Park, Victoria, writes on'May 8th, 1896:-I suffered from indigestion for over two yean, and after trying all sorts of medi- cine without improvement I gave it up, and felt sure , my case was hopeless. However, a friend persuaded me to try Clements Tonic. I did -no, and the first bottle did ute so much good that hope dawned, and I tried two more bottles, the result being that I am now thoroughly well, can eat well, hare gained flesh, and always feel in excellent spirits. My symptoms were-severe headaches daily, sometimes going almost Mind in the street, / liver : cuaspiicalttNM being very aa»rio«M, au heart fW twtaaMea, srstriag Kttfc rast for steep.Tn» tU)>ewrMNi ahowt two...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Wed. The Wodonga, a., left for Townsville on Saturday with the following passen- gers :-Mesdames Gowans, J. Clark and child, Lamach, Dyer ; Miss Bruce ; Hon W. J. M. Lamach ; Messrs Dyer, Arnold, Barrie, Wehl, Douglas, Larnach, Brooks, Kerius, Bunby, Talbot, Davidson, Far rett, Reid, How, Brien, Hunter, Craven, James Allen, Nelson, Gillett. The ordination of Cannon Stone-wig as first Anglican Bishop of New Guinea will probably taku place next week. Sir H. Tozer states that the Govern- ment is most anxious to accept any prac- ticable amendment of the new Local Authorities Bill, and that he fully recog- nises the value nf such Conferences as that recently held in Cairns. He asserts that the Endowment Bill, which will be introduced in the House later on, will prove that the Government fully recognises that financial assistance from thc Government is necessary to Local Authorities apart from loans, and that there is no foundation for the fear that it is intended to...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WESTEIN AUSRALIA. [?]ERTH, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

WESTEIN AUfRALIA. \ fEitTH, Wed. The damages to the simer Croydon, which returned'to FreeSntle iii an al- most water-loggel condjon, havo now been located. li lias bi found that a number of plates lave bi badly started, and it will be sorb! tim.fbefore she can 03 repaired. I j

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ZEALAND, AUGKLAND, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

NEW ZEALAND, ^OWAJH», Wed. The examination into the affairs of the Ward's Farmers Association «jere con- tinued to-day. Under examination. Him. J. G. Ward made statements which show that the whole business iras « clever finance from beginning to end, and that the Association r never : had any solid foundation. Some of Mr Ward's admis* I sion* were most sensational, especially those in connection with tlie dealiiiaof I the Ajegcjatioo witfi the ttk^ Bapk.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CONFERENCE DELEGATES ENTERTAINED. HAVING A LOOK ROUND THE DISTRICT. UP TO KURANDA. OUT TO THE MULGRAVE. A GLIMPSE AT LILY BANK. AND THE STATE NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

CONFERENCE DELEGATES ENTERTAINED. HAVING A LOOK ROUND THE , DISTRICT. . UP TO KURANDA. OUT TO TBJTMULGRAVE. A OLIMPSEATLILY BANK. AND THE STATE NURSERY. During their »tey in Cairns the delegates to the Seventh Annual Con- ference of Northern Local Authorities ' hare been given every opportunity of see- ing the district. On Saturday they were taken up the line to Kuranda by the three Cairns Local Authorities, the party being accompanied by a numlier of ladies. After a brief stoppage at the Barron Falla, the party went on to Kuranda where aa excellent lunch was partaken of at Mr C. Standen'» Kuranda Hotel: Mr Standen'« reputation as a caterer is such in thia district that it is quite sufficient to announce that the spread waa under-his supervision. After »pending a quiet half hour in strolling about, the party was photographed by Mr Lyne Brown, ind then returned to town at 4.90 p.m. . ,The visiting delegates spoke in terms of un- bounded appreciation of the grand, and beautiful scener...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VISIT TO LILY BANK AND STATE NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

VISIT TO LILY BANK AND STATE NURSERY. ' On Tuesday at 12.30 the delegates, accompanied by Messrs Neal McLean, Vf. H. Swallow and R. A. Tilla drove ont to the Mayor's residence, " Lily Bank," where they lunched. After- wards , the party inspected Mr Draper's 25 acres of pine apples, and expressed the utmost pleasure and surprise at seeing so large an area under such healthy cultiva- tion. After going through the estate the party went on to the Kamerunga" State Nursery, upon inspecting which they returned to town in the evening. The visitors were unanimous in their expres- sions of pleasure at having had the oppor- tunity of seeing such charming country, which had upon ita face the stamp of permanent prosperity.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The "Fearles" Report. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

"The "Fearles." Report The labor schooner " Fearless," ilfesst'8 Swallow Bros. owners, Captain Macarthur, master, relumed to this ' port from a tccruitiog voyage among the islands on Friday last ac noon, having on board GG recruits. Captain Macarthur states that he conld easily have filled thc ship had the weather not proved unfavorable. Captain A. C. Pickering accompanied the vessel as Government Agent, and to hin» weare indebted for the following report of the " On the 26th March, 1897, we left Cairns, Queensland, with ;i returns on board. On the 27th we were obliged to anchor off False Cape ; owing to strong south-east gales we could not proceed on our voyage. From the 27th March till thc ist April we were anchored ofT False Cape, and during that time made five attempts to pass the Great Harrier Reef, but owing to heavy weather had to return to same anchorage each time. On thc 10th April wc succeeded in getting past the reefs, and arrived at Iantiana, one of thc Solomon Group, on...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MONDAY'S SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

MONDAY'S SITTINGS. The Conference reía med on Monday at 10 a.m. The Preaident read the following tele gram from the Home-Secretary : "Please convey to your Delegates my best wishes, and I hope their condosions will assist Parliament to extend the system of Local Government. The object is not to shirk responsibility but to oner local com- munities increased powers over matters fikety to be better controlled by them than by the general Government ; the desire being to decentralise local affairs. I «ill be glad to have your decision as to what particular sphere of operations should not be entiustcd to local management. The Bill is entirely non-party, and is submitted in many details with a'view to the expression of public opinion, therefore consideration of the motives of the Government is not of so much importante as your opinion on the wisdom of the proposals concerning finance. This Bill only proposes relief ia regard to exten- sions, of present indebtedness, and, if pos- sible, a l...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MONDAY, JULY 19TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

(Before the Police Magistrate.) Chong War appeared before the Court in custody, charged with supplying liquor to an aboriginal, and pleaded not guilty. Constable Smith gave evidence as to the arrest, and said that defendant was thc man . about whom witness had given evidence when the case was first heard. Jumbo, an aboriginal, stated that the defendant was the man who had supplied him with whisky. The P.M. inflicted a fine of £20 or one months' imprisonment. The same defendant was charged with sell- ing liquor without a license, and the same evidence as in the former case was given. A fine of £20 was inflicted, in default three months imprisonment, Jumbo to be allowed £2 out of the fine if paid. UNLAWFUL PossEssrox. . Frank Moran was charged with having goods in his possession suspected of being . ?'. stolen, and pleaded not guilty. Constable Smith deposed as to the arrest of thc prisoner who had a pair of trousers wrapped up in paper. Archibald Dickson deposed as to seeing defendan...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Northern Supreme Court. (Townsville "Bulletin," June 15th.) (Before His Honor Mr Justice Chubb.) IN CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

Northern Supreme Court. (Townsville «'Bulletin," June 15th.) (Before His Honor Mr Justice Chubb.) IN CHAMBERS. In the matter of Frederick Herman Half, paff, of Ball Pocket, near Cairns, storekeeper, an involvent. Application on behalf of John Cairns, of Cairns, trustée of insolvent's property, for an order that the insolvent's books of accounts and exhibits put ip. evidence and thc depositions taken on thc examination of insolvent, and which are now in the custody of the Registrar of the Court, may be forwarded to the said trustee, or to (J. Wilton Le Vaux, his solicitor, for the pwposes of a criminal prosecution about to bc in- stituted by the trustee against the insolvent under the authority of an order of the Court dated 19th March, 1197. Mr Beaumont (town agent for Mr Lee Vaux) for application. Order.-Registrar to cause documents to be produced as pertapplication. ;

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Petty Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21ST. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

li^èét^^Ifebt» Court. WEDNESDAY, JULY «ST. (Before the Police Magistrate.) E. Hunter versus A. George. Rent, £l is.' Verdict for plaintiff with 5s costs of court, and £1 is professional costs.

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Wed. The Eclipso Stakes, ran at Sandown yesterday, resulted as follows :-Persim- mon, I ; Velasquez, 2 ; Bay Ronald, 3. For the World's Fire-mile Amateur Championship, on the Thames, Percy Cavill beat the American champion, and I won after a close race. Time, 6C'35. This is the record. The shooting for the Kolofare Cup at Bisley, England scored 732, Canada and Cape 732, Guernsey, 727, Natal 725, Jersey 710, Queensland C8H, Indi» 670, Victoria, 751, New Zealand 748. Victoria's win was very popular. The prize carried JE80 cash and silver bugle. The previous Kolafure Cup record was 741. In the United Service Match, under similar conditions, the pick of the army made 743. The " Times" said that anyone who said on Thursday that thc Colonists would win would have been laughed at. It was generally thought that England or Canada would win. Mr Matrospori,_ th«-, j^_AJh; iffi|Jïofli<ic!iîce^K^ ...

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IRON NERVE [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

IRON NERVE Is a great quality born in some. Weak nerves may be strengthened by the use of Home time-honored stimulant, inch's* Wolfe'« Schnipp».

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Coffee Cultivation. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

Coffee Cultivation. (By C. Shelton, in the Agricultural Gazatte of New South Wales.) My attention having been drawn to a paragraph adverting to a sample of coffee having been forwarded to the Department of Agriculture from the   Clarence River district, as an ex Ceylon coffee planter, I felt interested in the fact that coffee could he produced in New South Wales, and called upon Mr. W. S. Campbell- of the Department - who was kind enough to show me the sample, which, though only partly cured, being in the "parch- ment "- which, together with the silver skin having to be removed before it would be considered ii marketable commodity-goes to prove that a fair quality of coffee can be grown in the colon)'. The bean seems full, and of a tolerably good color; so far as I can judge it would fetch from Gos to 70s per cwt. in the London market-; were it cured in "plantation style" it might realise from 20 to 25 per cent more. The ntieition to be solved is. what yield JUT acre ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

IiB"WTS, WHOLESALE COFFEE M ERG HA NT. GROWN A VD MANUFACTURED BY D. R. LKWIS, AT MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE ! TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. SOLD IN Mb. TINS, and No 2 IN 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. 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 natured or parer Coffee in the world than LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. THE GRESHAM .*. HOTEL ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. MRS. BYRNE, Pi*opi?ietP«N* THE Gresham Hotel is situated in the centre of the main block in Abbott Street, adjoining Messrs Burna, Philp & Co. a business premises. PRIVATE AIRY PARLORS. LARGE COMMERCIAL ROOM8. Finest Brands of Well-known Wines and Spirits...

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Execution of Butler. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

Exooution of Butler. [BY TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, July 16. Butler, the murderer of Captain Lee Weller, and the supposed murderer of three other men-Preston, Burgess, and Rice was executed in the jail at nine o'clock this morning. The Rev. George Lane spent a considerable time with Butler last night. Butler appeared penitent and was perfectly composed, although several times he almost broke down. There was an affecting'scene last night when thc minister left Butler foj the night. As they shook hands ' Butler almost broke-down, and his frame quivered convulsively." Mr Lane was also much over- come. Mr Lane visited the gaol shortly after seven this morning, and remained with j Butler to .the last. Thc condemned man partook of a substantial breakfast. The arrangements for the execution were success- fully carried out, and death was instantaneous. Great interest was manifested, thc neighbor- hood of the gaol being crowded. Those on the scaffold were the ? sheriff, the governor of the gaol, th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Hodgkinson Re-visited. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

I The Hodgkinson Re-fitited. [BY " NOMAD ] In ni y con sideral ion of the Hodg- kinson as a negl-ctcd goldfield, which his in the past giren such remarkably rich results, and which to-day show greater promise than ever of being derelojied inti a gold-producer of the (hst impoitinee. it should be noted that those who liare hitherto, had inch deep-rooted, faith in : ita permanence, have fairly sound foundation for their convictions. Being of course thoroughly practical miners, their speculations are net altogether the result of theoretical imaginations which HO often leave one out in the cold, or ho|ielessIy stranded on a miillnck-heap. They do not »Ito gether rely, -for instance- on- artificial theories,. - which . although, aoineiiioes good' in their way, in nuning ai« . no- where- Wide-hard practical facts and results. Since the field waa opened, and up to the present, in round num- bers. 250,000 f zs. of gold have lieeii won from the reefs here, and this in the face of unexampled ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

CAIRNS - MUNICIPAL - COUNCIL. STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE for HALF-YEAR ending 31st December, 1896. RECEIPTS. 1806.-December 31. li S. 1). £ s. D. To Overdraft at Q.N. Bank, No 1 Account ... ... 3173 7 9 " Overdraft at Q.N. Bank, No. 2 Accoant... ... 225 10 0 " Diay Licenaes ... 1110 0 " Dog and Goat Licenses ... 0 5 0 " Palmer Street Sale of Man- grove Mad ... 0 7 6 " Government En- dowment ... 417 19 3 " Receipts for Sanitary Ser- vices . 20 9 6 " Special Loan Bates.H16 1 " General Rates...1561 6 6 " SaniUry Bates 131 7 1 " Sale of Trolly ... 4 0 0 " Cash io hand, J une 30th. 18% 17 16 UV " Overbanked in January, 1896 0 17} - 2521 1!» C I 32 IG 2 18 1 ll EXPENMTUKE. 189G.-Junc 30. £ S. D. By Overdraft Q.N. Hank. December 31. By Cairns Fire Brigade Hoard -15 6 0 " Advertising and Printing . " Stationory " Office Furniture " Interest on Over- draft at Bank I;4 ,, Petty Cash Ac- count. 10 " Insurance Ac- count " Tools Account... " Legal Expenses " Street Lamps .. E n t c r ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

Wanted. WANTED an Intelligent LAD to learn the Printing Trade; good wages from start. Apply FOREMAN, " Morning Post." _ i COMPOSITOR WANTED. Apply :. MORNING POST, stating agc, ex I porionce, and enclosing references. WANTED.-Steady Strong Young MAN. Generally useful-at- tend to invalid. 20s and comfortable Board and Lodging. Apply at once, E. C. M. Draper, Post. WANTED, a Second-hand BOX WAGGON ; must be in good work Ling order; state lowest cash price. Apply by letter, A. POIEKTZ, Cairns. WANTED GIRLS for light factory work. Appply P. F. HUNTER, FOUND ono ENGLISH SADDLE. Owner can have same by applying and paying expenses to J. GOODFELLOW. Sugar Lands. Valuator to the Queensland Government under the "Sugar WorksGurrantee Act." SUGAR .^ESTATE For Sale. SIX. YefÜÑV LMaM. SIX Years' Lease of SIXTY ACRES of ' Splendid SUGAR LANDS, near the. Mulgrave Central Mill,'known as Can- non's Land. . This Property is all under Plant Cano now over Six Mouths'old, and is a splendid speculation fo...

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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone. Thursday Moring, July 23. 1887. THE JA[?]ANESE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 22 July 1897

"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by j Truth alone. Shunter Ibais», Jnly 83. 1889. THE JrVrÀNKSB QUESTION. Over 190 names were attached to the petition presented by Alderman Mayers at the last meeting of the Cairns Municipal Council, the burden of which was that all the Japanese brothels in this town should be abolished at once, if not sooner. On the surface this petition'looks all right. It is a good thing to make the town as moral as possible. It is also a good thing to try and hide the inherent cussedness which is a legacy from our first forefather, when said cussedness cannot bc eradicated by thc efforts of such worthy combinations as the W.C.T.U. and the social purity bri- gade. People as a rule know that an average amount of sin is committed by the average man all the world over. Thc word " man " is used here in a Biblical sense ; that is it also, includes " woman''V for nothing; in this world was ever done yet but what there was a woman at the bottom ol it. H...

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