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Stock, Produce, and Land Reports. JOHN MACNAMARA, Government and Genend. Auctioneer, Cairns. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

Stock, l*roilne$ aiwKLaníl Repi»rW Jons MACNAMARA, Government and Genend. Auctioneer, Cairns. - , , : Speculation in landed'properties ha3 this ?week lieen of a quieter nature than I antici- pated, owing principally to a slight scare which took place between those who were inclined tq operate o.t account of. a false rumour ta king place in town that the whole pf tho Pott Douglas route was to ' be re^ surveyed.*" " From my own correspondent South I received advice that such a state; ment was entirely falsp, ami tbs only report that had any foundation ot trqtli in it "was that as the Minister for Lands had promised the Port Douglas, deputation, when in liris "fane, a fresh survey- of the height of Port Douglas range would be made,, and the news was w:ir.ed pp that this woidd take place, at once.'thjs report obtained exaggerated pub- licity, í '-'. f''; t -i 'i' *.. My ./week's transactions consisted in dis- posing of-^-Allotments insectioñ 1S( 'JEGO and ?£70 j do 1Ü, ¿60; dö Í5""*JÉ5Ü...

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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NOTHING TO WORRY OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

XOTHINO TO WORRY OVER. A horse belonging to a coloured uian, and attached to au a>h waggon wassiand ..- ill!» at .th«, »ttm»«»»-«vf .V»wlwu>L»ti«aa> j»nd John H. street yesterday, wucn ne B.tddciiiv- li.r^hed forward and fell over. A crowd collected, and the owner caine Lurrying up. Various opinions were expressed as to what ailed thc equine, | and tfto ijwncr finally appealed to a j citizen tu. tell him what he thought. J " Why, it sepn¡s to me to he a plain case of poll-evil, pink-eye, string-halt, glanders, botts ana. the epizootic." ' "Thanks. Dat takes a powerful burden' çfi de ole man's mind. Do ye jiiiaif '^at wlien I fust cum runnin* up fin' de. ole hoss lyin' dar' wid his eves ölofsctt ari- his lees ali twisted up 1 nude up ir»y mind'dàÇ sumthiiv,' sorter genou» had eotehed qjt. I'll walk him home ail gin* littn a leetle paleratus iv-itor tfl'brace him up. Glad you was heah, BBU," ''cause. I'd haves been iyorricd." ii Now tell me candidly, arg yo>i ipriltyf'' jf...

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Judge Lynch. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

Judge Lynçïi, You may have seen a street rio-p. Ihut is silBjdy .the outer circles .of a. whirlpool. A shower of brick-bats -a .surge un and dow,n--a .dozen jbrokiyj lieuds-^a ATV .of "police!" g&d your .exowd scatit-ers ¿ike' --ib¡>!cp, and aliiiks av'.ay bte eu rs. A nioh ' suis o.ut to W-'sist the autho. rities. .Nine out of every, ten men in it are coward*. They boast and brag n»il encourage, but they keep their own bodies ju fhe back ground. They want pt see someone hurt, hut they know ?that law will triumph, .and tl\ey want to iie able to prove that they were simply ^iiokers-on. One brave man will walk intn a mob and defy and over-awe it. #'»''"#." »" ' ' » » A brutal outrage has been conni)i/.fr'd. It is an affair that stirs the blood of sons and brothers and brings a .dangerous light to the.eyes ot' husbands ¿and £ailMtT3. There is no boasting or shouting. Knots of men gather hero aiul, tillie, and they speak with tierce /earnestness, but in low voices. No îiiob s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

¿10 toward. TEN POUNDS REWARD will' l,e paid on conviction of any person or persons fon ml PILFERING CARGO from the wharf of the undersigned. BURNS, PUILr and CO., April 30, ISS I.. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, CAIEX3. A Grand Excursion TO PICNIC HILL, per steamor'Zeus, On QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, in aid of the" BUILDING FUND OF THE CHURCH Full pai ticiilars in future issue. . II Ililli, GOVERNMENT. ANS GENERAL AUCTIONEER. JM. would vespeul fully call th« utten . timi of investors to tho fact that they would licneHt themselves materially by Con- sulting; him before making pungíanos in LAX!), ;is he will gladly give venations of all kind of properties to intending purchas- ers, free of charge; mid from different traiiF actions .in Laud which have h'.tely come under his notice, satn« li-'ing made by souie unscrupulous siKslled LanS Agents, not only will sellers be abie to (jct the highest priée obtainable for their properties but buyers urey j-u'y »ii their interests being protected to the fullest ext...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

ODDS AND EM)S. Tlie HERBE.BT.ON ADVERTISER of ile 23rd ult., says;-In vien- of the correspondence published by the Progress Association Com- mittee, on Saturday last, and the »erv prompt and decisive action of the Minister for Works, the Committee at a special meet- ing, held on Monthly, have wired the follow- ing resolution to Mr. Miles for his con- siderate and prompt attention to tteir solicitation and the service he has rendered to this district.-*' That the thanks of this Association he presented most respectfully to the Hon. the Minister for Works for tis prompt decision re the Herberton and coast railway, and that a copy of this resolution 1)0 Thc Steam Navigation Board of Yit'toruv Un» «¡ven its docbion rturwctini: the cnlVUion ruMjy 20th, through the two steamers racing. The Ixvad found that the Adelaide, being the overitiking ship, was bound to keep out of the way of the Wairaroria, and that Cap aaiu Lockyer was consequently responsible for the coJUsion. They were ol' opin...

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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsable for the opinions of our correspondents. (To the Editor of THE CATRNS Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

Correspondence pvTe.Öo.not Iioîtl ourselves respaassi'blefor the opinions of .our correspondents.] (To the Editor of THK CATRNS Post.) SIB,-Daring last August the Divisional Board passeu by-laws for tho suppression of ": nuisances in Cairns."'' This was brought about by pressure brought to bear by the Progress' Association, after repep ted notices ? urging ' . upon the.Poard the dancer there wps to the^ public health by allowing dirt., offal goats, . pigs, and closets to remáis cr.'jat s-g nuisances withoat let or hindranua. The nuisances, even in worst degreee, are the same tc-day, .and the.Divisional Board have taken no ac-, rion whatever to enforce the by-laws. These; by-laws were passed through at the time,. and it was admitted by several members of the Hoard .they had not even read them I through or studied the points as to whether they were applicable to the opportunity, so there can be no surprise that no action has been taken to remedy the evil. I would like to ask if this a...

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Cairns Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

.. .Cairns Progress Association, " A MEET1HG of--the covnmittee of th,e above, association was held on Tuesday list, at New Tattersall's t Hotel. Present :-Messrs. (W.*a Smith (i¿ the ohaip), TJAllen,¡IX ;PatieWe,s F.\ IV'Wimble, L.¿Séyeriñ, ;A. A, Wall, and S. Cochrane. . The minutes of the previous meeting were Tre^andjc^BñrnieiL^^, The secretary read a telegram, dated April 2-!, from the chairman of the Tinaroo Pr . gress Association, stating that a, monster petition was being signed in Herberton in favour of the raüywy to 'Cairns,' and for the prosecution of the permanent survey from | both ends simultaneously, and that it would j be forwarded to the Min ster for Works by the. following Friday's mail. - air, Wall proposed, seconded by Mr. Patience-" That the telegram be received,. and the secretary write to the Tinaroo Pro- ! gress Association, and inf ona them that they have the hearty" co^¿ieratíon*of "the Cairns' Progress Association, and that it is the in- tention of the lat...

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Banquet to Mr. A. Forsyth. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

Banquet to Mr. A. Forsyth. Oie Thursday evening last a public banquet was held at tho Boyal Hotel, in honour of Mr. Archy Forsyth upon his return from the South, where he has advocated with so much zeal the claims ßf Cairns to favourable con- sideration in the decision on a route for the railway from Herberton. About 3D sat down to table, the c¿iir being taten by Mr. Fred. T. Wimble, whilst Mr. W. C. Smith" occupied the 'vice-chair. Among the guesta were Messrs. E. Philp, of Townsville, and Colin Douglas and Doyle, from Herberton. After the usual loyal toasts ha/1 been drunk, the chairman pro- posed tho toast of tho evening, and alluded in' highly complimentary terms to the great service rendered by Mr. Forsyth to Cairas by the indefatigable manner in which he had laboured to collect statistics and argu- ments to prove that the O'-irns route was the \je&t for. the Herberton railway, con tcnttulated hin»-Tipûn t*»*> »««.-««« -w'aitb hiul »Uuul«a hi- uRorM, "V**.! to«*fc fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

R. J. GORTON, GENERAL ÛRAPER & OUTFITTER, importer 91 Every ¿Jescriptipn of DKAPEBT, MEN'S CLOTITINXÎ, BQOT.S I jm¿ SHOES, £e. DRESSMAKING nuil MIM^ERT, According to the Most F:ishional>le Styles. JV. STEWART. STOREKEEPER, CAIRNS INLET. l*;ickors can be supplietl as cheaply, and at Caires rates. EARNEST A. MILFORD, SOLICITOR, &C, &C, Cairns, iTay 1)« consulteil at Xi'w TattorsaU's Hotel, Abliott-street. W. D. H O BSON HAS ALWAYS ON SALE Corn. Uran. Chaff (oaten anil lucerne), Adelaide Flour, Sugar, "Whisky (various best brnmls in bulk, ease or jar). Brandy, ditto ditto; Knm-Ked Heart or in biúk, PUiiston and Jamaica. Gin-AV H Ales and Wines. l»oth Colonial and European. Also a varied :issortiueut of General Merchandise. Nra Season's Teas, 1383 and 1884. The s.s. SUEZ will laud in Cairns, direct from Hong Kong, a magnificent ;uid varied assortment of the above. Chinese Ric«. To arrive by the same boat SOO mats of the the Best No. 1 Cliinese Bice. NOTE.-The ...

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The Timber Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

7 ïhq Tinçber Trade. ;a THE following coniraent, by the MAST BOKO eran CHKQNICIIEVOII tfie recent reduction jn the price of s¿wh tiuifcjjr, illustrates how that trill«-, fi/t<^ ^côtppeUs BÙecyrfiilty ivïth jjther coimtriui ,-Jtl-,<ii:>j'tI^ig facility ig fi^r; nished :-The recent inoyément in favour of p. protective duty on sawn timber imported from New Zealand will, have, prgpared the public for'this stép.' ^Tt 'js'oiq' alrsïdes aß. mitted thijta' large trade in sawn timber has recently-sprang'up" between New Zealand and the Northern ports of Queensland, and the low p'rieeà. at wljiça,, '{he^eal^'ders, are able to si^lltia. consequence-<^tha^1i«-perior railway "and felling "facilities accorded, by. their Government, have, for the present, driven Queensland millers out of any market except that contained within Iheir . own res- pective towra and* districts. In proof of this we have thè'facfc that ^hp-steamer Sylvan" jvhieh had for some"months ""pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

Special Columm. THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIP ^".prCf CO., Lnrrran. ' * ARCHER " is due TO-DAT, 1st inst., from 'South;"and wäl meet with immedi- ate despatch for Port Douglas, and Coóttbwn. W.u.sn ASD Co., Agents. --:-:-; , ? -: THE QÜEENSLA ND STEAM SHIP .:.."ra<Lcg..Lr»nxjgp. . .; -, . "ARCHER" will sail for SYDNEY, via Queensland Ports, SATDEDAT," the 3rd inst. " _' _'_"..._ "WALSH AND Co., Agents, THE QUEENSLAND.-STEAM SHIP ; . . -_ING"CÖ.V LrraTao." ' '"' COREA " to arrive from South on or about TUESDAY, OtH inst., and will meet with j immédiate despatch for Port Douglas; Coot-, town, and Thursday Tsland, and'NormantoiL I , ; , .: """WALSH,and CO., Agents. XgE QUEENSLAND_ STEAM ^HIPPING I 1 '*" CO.rLLMrrED.~" " '.'"""' .DEDUCTION IN PARES. ' EARES to Tocts between Cooktown and | Sydney" ârè REDUCED TWENTY FIVE PER CENT.'" ' . WALSH and CO., Agents. AUSTRALA S IAN STEAM,: NAVIGATION . 'COMPANY." ' ' ..' " KEDTJCTÍOÑ ÍN FARES. FROM 1st May proxinip, Saloon and Steerage Fa...

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The [?]airus Post. Trade with England. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

Trade nifli England. .{s tljrcourse ofehis speech afcfthe baiw quet on Thursday last, Mr. Itobert Philp brought-prominently forward, and advocated with niùeh'"warmth the ad- vantages that 'would'accrue tp this port if direct communication and cqmmerce were established with Great Britain, and pointed to the proapprity and papjd growth of Towns,vil}a as an illustration of the truth qf bis assertion. Upon such a question as this Mr. Philp can speak with perhaps greater weight and authority than any man in North Queensland, the extensive undertakings of tBe firm" of vwhich he is a member ; i '., . . it. 'í » ' i i giving him theVoppcprtunity of|a per- sonal experience of the subject which" it-is.-' riot-thp -lot-of many to' obtain.' "With this experience before him the first advice-he tenders r to us-is. : open direct communication with England. "We perfectly agree with" the soundness ' of- this advice, and have always advo- cated the establishment of direct com- mercial relations both,...

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M., and R. T. Hartley, Esq., J.P.) April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

Courts. Ï'UUCE COUET, (Belora W, li. O. Hill, Esq., P.M., and E, T. Hartley, Esq., J.P.) April '¿ 1, B. Steven--, charged with makins; use of insulting language in the publie street to x-ards Constable Orr whilst iu execution of I his ¿uty. Pleaded not guilty. Case ad- journed for further evidence. (Before W. It. O. Hill, Esq., T.M., K. T. HnrU.-y.ii.iiai>. PnUuncu.IiiMm.. 1J W I April 25. Adjourned charge against B. Stevens. Case dismissed. Win. OIT, charged with using insulting words calculated to incite to a breach of the peace. Pleaded not guilty. Case dismissed. (Before W. E. 0. Hill. Esq., P.M), and D. Patience, Esq., J.P.) April 2S. James Andrews, charged with drunken. n*ss and using obscene laugnage. Pleaded guilty, and was lined 20s or 12 hours tor the former offence, and 20s or sereu days for the hitter. H. Hardy, charged with using profane language sad ivsisiing .the police. Dismissed v.-¡th a caution. D. Martin, charged with drunkenness and using profane language. Dis...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

SHIPPDÍQ. ARRIVALS. April 21.-Qinraing, s.a.' Capt. M'Lean, froiu Sydney, via'Brisbanê an J ports. ~ " " ? April 2-i.-Warrego,- s.s., .Capt-" Phillips, /rom Sydney, Tia. Brisbane" and ports. ' Pas- sengers-Messrs.' Ii. Philp, Á. Forsyth", "Reid"",' Jliss Walker, and 1 iii steerage. April 20.-Quiruingj s.s.. Capt. M.'Lean, from Coottowif. Passcnçerj-Mrs. Paris. April 2ö.-Warrego, s;s.". Capt. Phillips, from Cooktown." Passengers-Mr. Sererinr j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

ABBOTT-STREET, CAIRNS. MICHAEL FLANAGAN Has tlie pitxasare to announce that thc above Hotel is now open with every comfort and convenience. None but the best articles Till be used iu Alts, WTSKS, and SPIEIT», and every endeavour will be wade to afford the comforts of a Uoute to Visitor*. Fimt-cLi«a aUhüag and secure yards. HORSES ALWAYS OS HIKE. 3- ' CATION COSPASY. j The company's simmers leav« this port ; every Thursday fur Northern Ports, and «very Saturday ereuînj» fur Southern Ports, i'or fares and ratws of freight apply ut the Company's oura offioe at wharf. VTfEXS, PHILP and CO., Iiuiibed. Agents. TUE S.S. " ZEUS,"-Captain Innes, Leave* tl« wharf every Thursday morning to meet the ino.»iüu¿;, and every Saturday evemig to Meet outgoing Mail .Steamers ; and leaves er«ery W^Jnûîdaj and Saturday lnoroiitg* for Sw:i3K>»"e aud Stew- art's lauding. Open for charter and exeuroton-i. BÜEJÍS. PHILP .ind CO. Aleuts. \wââ íéá M, Í.VCOEPOKATEI) UJÍOER "THE C03I rAXlES ACT." ist«. i to ...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

I3IPÔETS. i EJC Quítaíng.-From" BräbaBe": ,;i '^le corkat 3)'ca»03 ale, I box drugs, é caaes fruit, 1 bag oysters. From' Townsville : 2 bags potatoes', 1 case ling, l'keg salmon,!) cara porter, 3 do "bottled" fruit,' I do jami 3 do .uuixmAlaile, 1 baj£ tapioca, 2 mats rice, 1 bas» êor ssw in s,Tca¿é carrants7-l*^giní^t^iRV 5 ilo ale, a do whisky, 0 do stout, - do wino; 1 jar port wine, 1 do sherry, 1 do rum, 4 do brandy. 1 case sundries, 1 sack flour, 1 half chest' tea, . f bo? candles, 1 case jam, 1 do ginger, wine, 1 do do ale, 1 do quinine wine., 1 mat nee, i casesarsaparilla, (5 canis brandy i fi do whisky, 2 do geneva, 3 do schnapps, C do ale, 2 jars sherry, 1 bag tapioca, Í case coffeèj T do hems, 2 do sardines, 1 do matches, il do porter, 1 do sarsaparilla, 3 boxes soap, 2 eases jams, 3 hoxes candles, 1 case sauced 1 _flostirch,2dovihegar,2 quarter-casks brandy, 1 case do, 10 doj Whisky. 1 quarter-cask port wino, 22 cases' [ale, whisky, '3 "do geneva, 10 do. brandy, 1 do schn...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

PSPAKTÜKES. i April 21.^Qùîra.insr'; s!s., Capt. H.* Lean, /or Cooktown-^Passengers-Pay Kee, an'd*4 in steerage. ' " ": ~ " - - '- * April 24.-Warrego, .s.s.. Capt. Phillipa, for Cooktown.' P:issen'¿er5^-5Iri. Hunt', Sirs'. ?Kminersön'arut two eJiiLiren,- Slr. Severin, anti 1 in steerage. . April- 2ö.-Quiraing, s.s.. Capt. 31* Lean, for laydnej-j viij lfriälja^e "and ports'. JPá*-'. aengers-T-l in steemgej . I /;* e~ .' * *" { April 2ti.-Warrego', s.s.', Capt. Phillips,' for Sydney, via Brisbane' and ports.. Pas- sengers-2 in steerage. ' ? - ,

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Acclimatisation Society. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

j Acclimatisation Society. THE following extracts are made from the report of the Acclimatisation Society, pre- sented at the annual- meeting recently held in .Brisbane under the presidency of his Ex- cellency the Governor. T,he"report of the operations bf the Society bears testimony to the great usefulness of the institution, und the advantage and importance of ¡ts labours to the progress of the colony : Tho gardens, as a whole, including the hothouses, Imshho'jses, ic, a long drought notwithstanding, are in an exeepiionaily satisfaetory state, and hive never appeared to greater advantage, nor have they ever reached a higher poiut of efficiency and at- tractiveness, ilo-t of these results are un- doubtedly owing to the skill and constant care of the overteer. Kr. W. B, KelTord. "It may here te mentioned that Mr. Retford . made a most successful ' trip to the Xorth towards the end of the year for the purpose of collecting such plants and seeds as would be of value to the society, an...

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St. John's Church. EASTER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

St. John's ÍAiircb. Tins aSjfwned Eas" er uiscting was held in the Chiiroh on Friday last, the Kev. G. R. T. N'ibbs in lue ehtvir. Present : - Messrs. W. B. Q. Hill. "NV.. C. Smith, Wreide, Chards Johnson, Wall, J"atienqe, . Hartley, and M'Cootube. 'The secretary's report for the past year, including the fullowiug statement of receipts and expenditure, was read and adopted : aiECilPTS. Offertories ... ... ... JE58 13 0 Subscriptions... ... ... C3 12 j! .Balance deficient _ _ 12 S O £131 9 8 EXPENDITURE. Ilalance deficient last year ... JE37 S Stipend ... ... ... 8,"> 10 Donation to general church fund 7 15 Sundry expenses ... ... '1 ll Cash in hand ... ... ... 1 5 * This has since been met by the payment of arrears. On the motion of Mc Milford it nas le solved-"That tbe.s*c-vtaiy ard Mr. Nobbs draw tij> xi report of the work during the past ye»r for printing and di-trihutiou." Proposed by Mr. Hill, sccon<led by 3ir. Milford, and carried-*. That Mr. YV. C. Smith be t...

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Our Neighbours. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS. HERBERTON. April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 1 May 1884

Our Xciguftoars; [vKOjr OUR Offs CORRESPONDENTS-^ JIER13EKT0X. «n"".,_: . "OF course, just as T thought"-'".Exactly what I have said'W; Would have ¡aid'aheavy wager qp .n Cairns"-ic, aro thc daily exclamations ot people respecting Jvlr. Milos* decision that Cairas and Herberton shall be united hy railway, who previously had no opinions at all upon the subject, or who took very goo 1 caro not to express them. Any- how evei-ybinly feels perfectly satisfied that a decision has been arrived at, and while disappointment cjuies home co:istwise, none occurs here anent the fact tliat the railway ls to be. lt is the natural course of ali events, from a national war to a prize fight or a cricket match, one party is successful ! thc other the reverse. lam very much o' . the s:inic opinion as that expressed by the editor of tho HEitBsiiTCîî ADVEKTISKR in Wednesday's iss-ie, th.tt Mr. Miles was in d -ced to blurt out his decision to the Mouril- yan deputation by the e^iitinual statements, mis-st...

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