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TO VISIT AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

TO VISIT AUSTRALIA. Mr. W. G. John, general secretary of the Theosophical Society of Aus- tralia, has received a letter from Mrs Besnnt, stating that she intends to visit Australia in tho middle of next year, and address meet ngs in tho chief centres of Australia. Mr. T. R. Davis, Truro, . S.A., writes:-"Sume months ago I hud a very severe attack of Jiiirrhoca. Knowing that Chamberlain's' Colic, ¡Cholera, and Diarrhoea llcmedy hod elTected a cure in many similar cases I decided to see what it would ac for me, and am pleased to say at chocked tho attnek. I can confidently recom- mend Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera, and Dinrrhoea Remedy to anyone suffering from tho same complaint." For sale by all chemists and store- keepers. DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBROCA- ROS (OB BH£CMATIS1L

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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CRICKET. VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

CRICKET. VICTORIA; y, SOUTH AUSTRALIA ?MELBO UKNJ3, Tuesday. t Thc match was resumed 'yesterday, when the South Australians contin- ued their first innings. The last wic- ket fell for 357. They followed ort and had) one wicket down, for 15 whori tho stumps ¡were drawn. Following are the additional seo* res: Claxton, c McAlistor, b Saunders, 65 L. Hill, c. Tarrant, b Saunders... 32 Chamberlain, li Hazlitt. 4 Townsend, c and b Saunders . 0. Wright, b Hazlitt. 0 O'Connor, not out . 2 Sundries. 15 Total. .357,,. S. AUSTRALIA, 2nd Innings. Jennings, c. Carkeek, b Armstrong 0 Mayne, not out. 13 Dolling, not out. 2 Total, 1 wicket for . 15 Th«; match was resumed to-day. Tho South Australians in their sec- ond innings made 177,-Victoria thus winning by an innings and 165 'runs Following aro ¿ho additional scores Jennings, c Carkeek b Armstrong 0 May, c sub. b Saunders . 26 Dolling, st. Carkeek, b Armstrong 25 Gohrs, st Corkcek, b Saunders ... 9 Pellew, b Hazlitt. 12 Claxton c McKenzie, b Ha...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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CYCLING. THE OVERLAND CYCLIST. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

CYCLING. THE OVERLAND CYCLIST. I. Tho Croydon representative ol tho'' Canada Cycle and Motor Company, writing to his Brisbane firm, says: "Mr. Francis Dirties, the overland cyclist, called on me about October 30, and stayed on Croydon until No- vember 4. Ho was very much run down", «nd had a few days,' rest, then left for Normanton. His J tyres were shaky and may do him 300 miles. 'There is no hope of him get- ting new ones until he gets to Fort Darwin. He ought to bc finishing bis Cour instead of starting it, ns ho is ut tho end of tho dry soasan and tho beginning ol' tho wet. Ho should reach Burketown about November 14 then ho has 1000 miles to Port Dar- win, and should tho wot weather sot in there are 300 or 400 miles of country that would bog a duck. He may get through, but I "would not tnko the trip on at this time of year for the largest battleship in his Ma- jesty's navy.' A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. Ils Dr. Sheldon's N'ew Discovery, the Li ell-know n remedy for all Chest and Lun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

FURNITURE Best Quality ! Newest Designs ! BEDSTEADS. In endless designs, either Four poster or Half Tester, 4ft. Gin., 3ft. Gin., 3ft., and 2ft. 6in^ BUTTRESSES. ? Of every size, either in wire, ICapoc or Fibre. My new premises, 33ft. by 160ft., are ' fully stocked with every re- quisite necessary for a well ' 'furnished house. SILKY OAK, CEDAR AND PINE Bedroom Suites, Wardrobes, Chests ? of Drawers, Duchess Chests, Toilet Tablesi Washstands, and Side- boards. ; STRAW SUITES. The very latest for the Tropica. Lowest Prices ! BAMBOO AND PITH SUITES, WICKER WARE. RATTAN CHAIRS AND.LOUNGES. ïSSHS5äí^Jl^^oo^^^V¿?. ^-Inspect *f of.1 BAMBOO BLINDS : In ali sizes. CROCKERY and GLASSWARE: At Bedrock prices. TOILET SETS.-A Speciality. LINOLEUMS. MATTINGS & RUGS. Write for Quotations. KITCHEN WARE, ENAMEL WARE. TUBS, BUCKETS & BRUSHWARE. STOVES. CUTLERY and E.P. WARE. SADDLERY & HARNESS. " SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, stocked when procurab.e. DISCOUNT, given off current price...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

"Morning Post" Business, Trade, Professional. Index to Advertisers. ARCHITECTS^ HOTEL (Country), Tunbridge, Tunbridge & Lynch, Oak Vale. Hotel, Petford.-Mrs House Spence ; Street. ; The Inchangé, Fossilbrook,.-G; J» A. B. Polin, Lake Street. Carroll,. ' - - . Mulgrave Hotel, Mulgrave.-Owen AUCTIONEERS. D tilly. A. J. Draper, Abbott Street. larsons Hotel, Ord,Siding.- W. liobert Sturt &, Co., Spence Street. vf r \ T . , K. T. McManus, Abbott Street. ^ *«» ,Hotel« Garnut. J. G. Hoare, Lake Str?et. Mrs l. A. liyuu. . ? Hollway, J. M. Holberton. ^ 1}*U& Uotcl. Koorboora- W, Kogfler, BLACKSMITHS & WHEEL- J*nulur<i Uotd, EmutortL-O. F. WliTPHTS Oreen, " . ? ( i'ioucer Hotel. Giuruinbah,-J, H» W. E. Gregory, Spence Street. ' Luhr, V$S<- . "~ Gelling Bros,, Sachs Street. . - Jiimiitf.'Kii^aii¿»¿Ho^ ; V' -^'fe " BÄKlvERS." '* ' *" Orient Hotel, DA'incbank^-McGuití5^ ness Bros. «* Tho Quteenslond National Bank, Ltd., Wolfram Hotel, Wolfram...

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The Political Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

The Political Outlook. Tho very latest advices froui tao metropolis, brought north by persons who were on tho spot during tho re Cent 'political crisis aro tu thc etlect that a great change has tauen place in public opinion, and that Ute forth- coming elections are likely ¡to com- pletely aliter thes constitution and Per sonne! of some of thc political par- ties- lt is admitted, oven by Mi., Kidston's. own friends and best sup rport««^jthtt«t^tho^niaáy^inisttü'«s 'ma tióypy*? toe'- *üt to .^Premier * in ^ éoññoo-' tiou witli tho" " entanglemènt brought about by his resignation have seri- ously damaged his reputation as a shrewd politician, und makes it im- possible to give him any right tc bo considered even a fourth rate states- man. These mistakes and his subsequent undignified efforts to get back into power have seriously prejudiced his chan- ces of ever again being "given the opportunity to retrieve his reputa- tion, to make amends for his errors, or to lead a party of any influ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

The Central. Craig and Whittick. ? Agent for Columbia Graphophones and Records, Disc and Cylinder. Write for lists and particulars. Stationery (Fancy and Commercial), Post Cards and Buoks of Local Views, Latest Magazines, Fashion Bc oks and Newspapers by every mail School Books and School Station- ery. Tobaccos, Cigars, and Cigarettes; all. the well known brands of Tobaccos are kept in stock. Everything guar- anteed fresh. Pipes (including L. & Co., G.B.D.) at all prices. AU other Tobacconist sundries. Enquiries and orders attended to by return mail. _ i Address:-1 " THE CENTRAL." Craig & Whittick, I Op. POST. OFFICE, CAIRNS Summer Season's Drapery & Clothing, 1907. OUR SECOND SHIPMENT ' Of REASONABLE SUMMER GOODS is now to hand, and comprises, '«*';'.among many other choice goods, the following : Corsets, Laces, Embroideries, Rushings, Ribbons, Flowers, Veilings, Umbrellas, White and Dark Ground Cambrics, Pongees,; Lawns, Zephyrs, French Muslins, Apron Lawns...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

;;-\ ll Bennetts' Dental Parlours For Painless Dentistry. Why have your teeth hacked and smashed about by unskillful workmen when we can extract or fill your aching tooth scientifically, without the slightest pain or after effects. We can also round out your cheeks and make you look beautiful with our first prize gold medal artificial teeth. Gold fillings, Crowns and Pivots a speciality. , .. BENNETT & BENNETTS' H.B.S. (Late Queen St., Brisbane): ?? DENTAL SURGEONS, ' Spence St., Cairns. Telephone 70. ! Try Us . for Furniture. We are the Right House. FOR UP-TO-DATE LINES OF FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD RE : QUISITES. 'Our Show Rooms contain the best selection in thc Trade, ami our prices are the, lowest. _ , Direct Importers of English, American, Austrian and "Oriental Furni ' ture, . Bamboo and Rattan Ware. SECOND HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT; IN LARGE OR SMALL. QUANTITIES. . A Special* Sale of 100 Packages Japanese Goods Personally selected by our Mr. Sturt during his recent visit tb ...

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Important Mining Action. Tornado Tribute Appeals. Moffatt and Alexander v. Sheppard and another. An Interesting Judgment. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

Important Mining Action, _ Tornado Tribute Appeals. Moffatt and Alexander v. Sheppard and another. An Interesting Judgment. The following is the full judgment Wolivercd by Sir Arthur Rutledge in the appeal from tho Warden's Court, heard by him atthe recent sittings at the District Court at Herberton, in the actions Moffatt and Alexander v. S. and A. Sheppard: These cases came before' me on the 24th September last by way of'ap- peal from thc judgment of the- War- den's Court, Herberton, pronounced , on thc 17th May last. As under the provisions of section 145 of the Mining Act of 1398 all nppeals from the Warden's Court to the District Court shall (.unless the parties have consented to a rehcar iug upon certain points only) bo in tho nature, of a rehearing, both these cases were fully reheard before me, ten witnesses being called for thy plaintiffs (appellants) and four for tile defendants (respondents). Mr. Li. W. Maryland (with him Mr. Ringrose) appeared for the appell- ants, and M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

H J.Bulcock, Spence-st.GairBs. Hardware Merchant, Fall Stooks of Hardware Machinery, Oil Engines, Fire- arms, ammunition, Building Materials, Galvanised Iron and Tools for all Trades, Household Utensils. PLAIN & FAN CY WINDOW GLASS. LIME & CEMENT STOCKED. AGENT FOB-International Harvester Co., of America. ' »» ». -The Famous Sanders Disc Plow, and all Agricultural Implements. AGENT-THE LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE COM- PANY.. Country Customers' Orders Promptly Supplied at Lowest Current Bates DENTISTRY. REMOVAL NOTICE. L,...6. B. HAINES, Dentist, Where ho can be consulted on all tranches of the proiossloiS FINNEY, ISLES & Co., LIMITED. "THE BIG BLOCK'' . BRISBANE. And at Maryborough (Q.) ; Murwillumbah (N. S. W.) and London. Have opened at th eir Sample Room, f PENCE STREET, CAIRNS A FOLL RANGE OF THE CHOICEST SAMPLES OF Spring and Summer Dress Goods and Suitings, Household Drapery, Etc. Full range of Sam- ples'and Furnishing Lists posted on applicati...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. December 3, Carroo, Captain Goo-.] flail, Irom Geraldton. Adelaide Co. Ltd., Agents. H .» .? ,. I December 3, Lass o ' Gowrie,/Cap- tain.'Keir, from.. I'ort Douglas...Pa&j «En^íaniícr, and ll- in "the '' steerage: ii«>hra Smith Co. Ltd., Agents. Dec. 3, Kuranda, Captain Partridge from Townsville via ports. Passen- gers:-Mesdames HolTcntz, Potts and child, Alston, and child, McIntosh, Misses HofTentz, Allen, Ronendahl, Messrs Creagh, Plowman,. J. Mann, Malone, (Floyd, Simpson, , Neville, Brimson, Flaherty, Fearnley, Secom hié, Storey, Kirk, JUcSharry, King, .A. A. Wriede, and 30 in the steerage Burns Philp Co. Ltd., Agents. "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

PERFECT FEATURES .- -- are-, spoiled, by imperfect teeth.v -The prettiest mouth loses its charm . ii some teeth are missing and others are'discolored or decayed. ' i . It is possible to haije'«- ... PERFECT TEETH , They are daily made so at our SURGERY. - OUR SYSTEM OFr ÖEKTI^TRY is the most successful and satisfac- tory. AH patients are highly pleased ' with the quality of our work. " A. W. McAUNIS, (Late of Sydpeyj,* ? ABBOTT STREET'CAIRNS. ' ~" DRESSMAKING j SIRS. E. C. HACK (late of Towns" | ville) begs , to adyisB the General Public that she has started busibess aa Dressmaker' and, guarantees' every satisfaction. For full particulars apply "tb 'Mrs. Hack, Sachs-street, : Cairns. Queensland Boarding House j and Restaurant, 2 SPENCE STREET, CAIRNS, Opposite J. L. Rheuben's. LTZZTE MCINERNEY, Proprietress. ? ' VJErery .Comfort and Convenience. r .:. A Trial Solicited. THOMAS GRIFFITHS TIMBER MERCHANT, has also in stock handles for ail- pwpo~». f*5c/ii &&ot&...

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Hiye[?] and Irritation of the Skin [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

Nothing spoils a goo'd disposition quicker. Nothing taxes a man's patience Like any irritation of the skin. .Hives nearly drive yoú mad, Eczema and Piles too, hard to bear, and hard to cure. Such miseries arc daily decreasing, People are learning they can be cured. Learning the merit of Doan's Ointment. Plenty of proof that Doan's Oint- ment will cure any torturing irri- tation of the skin, such as Piles, Ec- zema, Hives, etc. Bead this Cairns testimony. Urs. E. J. McCoombe, Abbott Street, Cairns, says:-"I nsed Doan's Ointment for hives. Ono of my children had been troubled for some time, but after a few applica- tions of Doan's Ointment she was completely relieved of thc dreadful since she used the ointment, and a considerable time has elapsed. Doan's ointment is a splendid re- medy for : hives, and ! the many other forms of. distressing - skin ir- ritation to which people" are sub- ject in a warm climate like North- ern Queensland. I am glad to let others know of the grand remedy....

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Mulgrave-Geraldton District A MAGNIFICENT COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

Mulgrave-BeraldtonDistrict A MAGNIFICENT CO.U¡NTRY. Tho' following from tho pen of a writer, under' the ; nom-dc-plume of ^?H.B." in the Geraldton "Sentinel," jvill doubtless -bc read with interest by Cairns people:-"Between Mul- grave and Harvey's Creek there aro .very fair types of dairy cattle which arc; no doubt,, tho result of import- ations . from the South some time ago. Between these centres it is evi- dent the industry is only in its in- fancy as milking: yards, etc., are in most cases of a "very primitivo nat- ure; indeed,- much similar to the.con 'cl it ions existing in Southern Queens- land some. 12-years ago. Tho cattle seem to depend on the natural grass- es altogether, and though at this Unit of year (November; they are fairly, nourishing, still a judicious amount of other iodder given to thc cattle would no doubt show a gain in the bucket. Throughout the whole district could be grown, at a very small cost, green fodder for ensilage, ready'for a bad spell, or to bc fe...

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The State Elections. Latest Developments. RAVENSWOOD, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

The State Elections. Latest Developments. RAVENSWOOD. Tuesday.   The Ravenswood Workers' Union are inviting candidates for the Labor plebiscite. Candidates must sign the 1907 platform. CHARTERS -TOWERS, Tuesday. Mr. Winstanley refuses to stand in the Labor interests.It is thought   that Messrs. Millican and Paull will have an easy win. BRISBANE, Tuesday. It is expected that Parliament will be prorogued on Tuesday next for a further period before the dissolution is finally proclaimed. In that case the precise date of the elections will not be known for a fortnight or three weeks. It is expected that the issue of the Government and Oppo- sition manifestoes will be delayed till the date of the polling is announced. Mr. G. Phillips has received the Government endorsement for Nundah. At a meeting of the Woolloongabba W.P.O., Mr. H. Skirving, who was the only candidate nominated, was   unanimously selected as the Labor candidate for Woolloongabba. It...

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MULGRAVE MILL RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

MULGRAVE MILL RETURNS. The Mulgrave Mill .returns ipr the week ending last (Saturday were: Tons cane crushed, 2(502.812; perccn 80243; tons of cane to ton of 94 I n.t. sugar made 295.37; tons of cano to-:tons,ot-94vn.t.'. su^ar .'jnodo; -8.81;.. tons-of iircwooüStoy.ton of/ OAln.t^su^/ gar made 137..- Ths returns' to'Tdatu lor the season are:-Tons cane crush- ed, 7-l;26Qi Percentage sugar in cane, 13.36; tons of 94 n.t. sugar made [820-1.3; tons of cone to ton of 94 n.t. sugar, made, 9.25; tons of firo [wood to ton of 94 n.t. sugar made, .3-1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

Can You Spare a Pènny? ¡Then send us a Post Card asking for our CATALOGUE, a complete ' Guide to ECONOMICAL FURNISHING. V.';". if"""''''"-??? ? ?'? ? ' Our large connection enables us to oller you " THE THINGS YOWVE BEEN WANTING," at Prices which aro not obstacle to your securing them. ' ? ? ..? ?.-' ?" When you've got them, you've got the BEST: You can purchase as easily-from us os you can from the Storekeeper in« your own town-but you'll get tho benefit of a larger and moro varied stock, which country Houses, cannot. possibly oller. .. . ...... DUCHESS CHESTS-25/-, 30/, 40/, and upwards. '. DOUBLE BEDSTEADS-35/-, 40/-, 45/-,- 50/-, : 60/-, 80/-, and upwards. v " CHAIRS-Î/-, 6. 5/6, G/-, 7/6. . .V ; TBilTTON'S, .. brisbane GEORGS STREET i . COMPLETE *ETJ:K,asriSE:EÎÛ GEO. WILCOX & CO., Townsville Cash Buyers , Marsupial Skins. Hides. Sheepskins, Tallow, Wool, Bair, Horns, Bones, and all Meatworks and St'aiion Produce. COUNTRY BUTCHERS consigning to our Agent. Cairns, Will r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

ROYAL HOTEL, CORNER OF WHARF Aim LAKE STREETS. (Within 50 yards of Wharves.) ? , The ROYAL HOTEL is a new two storey Building, commanding tho best situation in Cairns.' : > LARGE' BALCONY, WELL .VENTILATED BEDROOMS. .Every convenience for travelling public, also permanent boarder!. IA' . ¡TRIAL* - SOLICITED. ,. MRS. S. BYRNE; i ' . Proprietress. ALFRED TAYLOR Ironmonger, Plumber, Tinsmith, Copper Smith, Lock, Tinsmitiu&c. HAS REMOYED TO NEW PREMISES NEAR P, J. DOYLE'S IN LAKE STREET, Änd shall be pleased to see Old Friends and to make the acquaint- ance of New Ones. WHITE Sewing Machines, Cycles, and Cycle Ma- terial, Spouting, Ridging, Baths. Tanks, and other linc« too mira- " erous to mention. Alfred Taylor, Lake St, Cairns AGENT POE PATRIOTIC) A.SSTTR A.ÎJCE COY. ! A. HARTILL-LAW, M.I.S., M E PHOENIX FOUWDKY & ENGINE WORKS SPENCE STREET CAIRNS . CONSULTING AND MECHANICAL IRON AND BRASS ENGINEER. FOUNDER. BOILER MAKER AND BLACKSMITH, MINING MACHINERY. Patentee a...

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NAVAL PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

NAVAL PARADE. A sp.ec.ial parade of Naval Militia and cadets is announced for to-mor- row night at 8 o'clock for Naval Commandant's inspection. Members failing to attend Tender themselves liable to be fined.

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THE DRUCE CASE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

THE RRUCE CASE. LONDON, Monday. Tn the course, of the Druce case too- day, Caldwell, -, cross-examined, said he was not aware that there was . a tombstone - in tho Londonderry ce- metery, to the memory of his daugh- ter, Caroline. If there yvas, it must have been erected by *is brother Wil- liam, since Caroline had been buried at -Agavagh. If the Highgate grave had been opened and the coffin, show- ed an inscription that Druce was bu- ried there, "it would not affect his testimony as the ?. inscription .. must have been, placed there since. Gardin- er, who was . in the employ; of the 5th Duke 'pf Portland,;- deposed " that Truce's photograph did notj Resem- ble Druce.

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