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THE COLLIERY COURT. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

THE COLLIERY COURT. .SYDNEY, Tuesday. The Executive tc-dáy confirmed tho appointments of Judge Heydon, Mr. Forsyth and Mr. Peter Bowling as members of the special court to in- quire into the matters relating to the recent colliery trouble at New- castle.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A BIG MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

A BIG MALL. Thc Acting Deputy Postmaster-Gc Ineral stated a week or so ago that Mail Branch had informed him, as an instance of the heavy despatch of mail matter consequent on the ap- proach of thc Christmas period, that the Orient mail,#which was despatch- ed from Brisbane on 18th November, and is. duo- in London -, on. December : Jjp.tcarried 25,092 letters and . iiosU increase of 5527 "letters *%hd«*-'ipoat?* cards over thc Christmas mail of 1906. It is more than' likely, the» official added, that thc increase' will l:e noticeable in most large centres during the next few weeks. Ho ex- pects that thc Parcels Branch will bc particularly busy in that respect. j

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HAI! HAI! HAI! COME THIS WAY! SEE THIS! [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

HAI ! HAI ! HAI ! COME THIS . WAY ! SEE THIS ! 1 lave just opened up new lines of sample goods which I am selling at lowest prices for the special benefit :of my-customers/ They include a large assortment of muslins and prints in various qualities at all prices. Silk blouses to suit all tastes and pockets. A limited sup- ply of Paris costdmes . cf beautiful workmanship and design. Large quantities of fashionable Holland Skirts, all sizes at 2/11 ; Gents' Felt Hats from 2/11 up * Gents'- Un- der Flannels at 2/11 ï Gents' Half Hose, 3 for 1/-. And a large stock of Umbrellas, very cheap, suitable for all classes.. G. Lisha, Abbott street* Cairns \ Stannary Hills, O.K. and Chillagoe.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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FUNERAL OF MISS BYRNES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

?FUNERAL OF MISS BYRNES. A southern exchange ' of recent date states that the body ofi the late daughter of Mr. Edward Byrnes, of Townsville, was brought to Brisbane by train Ly her two sisters and'her aunts (Mrs. J. C. M'Grievy and Miss Byrnes). A touching incident, show- ing tho affectionate esteem in which deceased was held by her fellow-stu idents, was witnessed on the arrival of the train at Armidale. When the train drew up at the station ,with tho body on board, it was met by 'the .pupils of tho Armidale Convent, all dressed in white and wearing mourn- ing sashes, their, object being to place.on the'coffin of their late com- rade, a lovely, .wreath in token of ¡their regret. A Hoquiem Mass was celebrated at Armidale by thc Bish- op. The funeral took place from St. Stephen's Cathedral for the Toowong cemetery. Amongst those present at .the graveside, in addition to the reia ¡Uves of the deceased young lady, were i tho Hon. John Leahy, M.L.A.Í Hon. P. Murphy, M.L.C., Mr. P. F. H...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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MISSING GIRL IRATE. "DO YOU THINK I'M A KID?" [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

MISSING. GIRL IRATE.. "DO YOLTi THINK I'M A KW The missing young lady from Ben dipo-avenuo, Elwood, Miss Margaret 1-Iockinp, having seen tho announce- ment of her family's anxiety at her disappearance, says Hie Melbourne "Age," sent them two communica- tions. One -was a telegram, which arrived in the middle of thc day: "Quite well. Letter following. M.H." There was no address on the tele- gram. The other was the appended mote delivered last night, which bore too address and no signature: "I am quito well. You are thc big- gest lot of stupid heads imaginable to make such a show of me. I am all (right. , I am quite safe. Anyone would think I was a kid. I will ho home when you soo me. Thanks foi your sense." » The letter is in JMiss Hocldng's jhandwritingl and as she is of age, tond entitled to bc hoi1 own guardian, 'tho declaration of independence sug pested therein, although -it takes her family by surprise, has to be accept- ed. I THE REASON WHY DR. S H EL- DON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES C...

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

BLOOD' PURIFIER. : The Latest Scientific Discovery. * FOR líIPCYEHISMEi) AND UIPURE \ ? CONDITION OF TilE BLOOD. , Absolutclg tho Most Acticc Rcinrdg for J ii Anemia, Pimples, Sallóte Complexion, T SJ toils. Etc., Etc. - ... teSOLD EVERYWHERE, 2s. 6d., ' ' \ id PROPRIETOR : A. GOUGH, f i Everywhere CHEMIST WARWICK s. wv \» \¡\VJ Mj^rwiy? 8 0 THE ONE-MINUTE i T - ? CURE'FOR T fi (S VIOLENT, -RAGING Q lp TOOTHACHE. jy ! . Price Is, Everywhere at all * fl A Chemists anil Storekeepers. r\ I Proprietor! j |^ j p W. Harris, Chemist, p B C> CHARTERS TOWERS. «- | n GORDON'S MiLD BLT THOROUGH] PURELY VEGETABLE. REGULATE THE LIVER, CLEA3SE THE SYSTEM, IMPROVE HEALTH. O TO REALLY FEEL WELL YOU MUST HAVE A 3 ÎPEA OCCASIONALLY. Q ls. 3d. EVERYWHERE. 3 PROPRIETORS : | ROW & Co., Chemists, S \ ROCKHAMPTON. _ 0 DU. MACKENZIE'S _ f .Jackaclie Kidney Pitisr a For Backache, Kidney Troubles, 9 ¡J Rheumatism or Gout. ' A pain in Die small of the beck is the first j sign of Kidney Disorder ari...

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

BR1ND & DRYBROIÎ CLEVELAND FOÜKDÄY, TOWNSVILLE, Engineers, Iron and Brass Founders, Iron Shipbuilders and Boatbuilders, Boilermakers, Coppersmiths. PATENT SUD?. J, . - . "" PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS and ESTIMATES Boats Slipped up to 500 Tons. ?"..?...'?? ' ? for every class of work. MINING' MACHTNEB.Y.T^-Stamper' Batteries, Bordan -Pans, Shoes, Dies, Cams; &c. SUGAR MACHINEKY.-Vacuum Pans, Triplo Effects, Coolers, Tanks, etc. WELL-BORING PLANTS.-Digosturs,' Cleaners, Coolors,. Scalders, etc. Meat Preserving Plants. FOUNDRY WORK.-Castings in Iron cr Brass of all descriptions. STATION REQUISITES:-Sheep' and Cattle' Troughing. Sluice Valves for Dams, etc. v REFRIGERATING PLANT. ' AGENTS.-Stewart & Lloyd's, Ltd., Artesian Well-boring Tubes; large stock on hand. Also Piping and Boiler Tubes, etc. Stewart & Lloyds Iron and Steel Plates-all sizes. Cundall, Sons, & Coy., Ltd;, Gas Engines and Suction Gas Generating Plant, Oil Engines, otc. Engineers, Cont...

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

H. MILLS, Resident Dentist, Chillagoe, MAY BE CONSULTED ON ALL BRANCHES OP. DENTISTRY» : lONDOß Here is a Vast Difference In Goods at the Same Price ! Two pieces mav look alike, and bc th R same price; yet one may be wor more than the other. THE REPUTATION OF THE MAKER DECIDER THE DIFFERENCE We Buy only from the Best Makers. Men who have won a reputation b'Sj carefully watching every detail of manufacture and producing FABRICip WHICH 'GUARANTEE SATISFACTION TO THE WEARER. * SPECIAL VALUES IN OUR MANTLE SECTION. Ot» QJ [LADIES' CAMBRIC COSTUMES, . Good Designs; Kimono! no Olli Blouse- Smartly Cut Shaped Skirt, well finished, equal to 3 I bespoke garments. MAYERS LTD. PRICE-8/G. | ''?.'''. 'î J" QJ I LADIES' WHITE LAWN COSTUMES, correct designs; well : UO UU "i mado' smart Goods, worth 8/6 anywhere, but at MAUERS I LTD , whore you can buy at 5/3. , \ 1 n ñ iA Í SPEClAli VALUES IN JAPANESE, SILKS.-57 Pieces extra I u TOlli I'W'lity Japanese Silks, 2:> inches wide; any shade you like...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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PASTORAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 4 December 1907

PASTORAL ITEMS. The Cairns Butchering Co. have purchased from Messrs. Firth Bros., Fossilbrook and: Mount Surprise, a mob of 500 fats in good killing con- dition. Mr. E. C. Earl is also purcha- sing horses for the Indian market.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Round the World Afoot. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

Round the,World Afoot. Tho man who would outshine his fellow men in this strenuous ago finds himself con- fronted with a Herculean task. The latest candidato to lamo has chosen what is, perhapg, ono of the most curious methods o! »ttäminghls end that has yet been tried. Starting from Vienna, p«.September 19tb, 1900, Anton Hrwsjata '«* out to walk ronnd the w,qr\d.vj!,UAhing his wife and child before Wm in, the perambulator shown in our illustration, Nearly three years haja elapsed j sine« the start was made, and in that time the nlucky Austrian has succeeded in cover- ing only 1900 miles. Ol course a greater distanco might have been travelled had not Hansiain to obtain his living while on the journey. Judging from their appearance in thc illustration^ neither man nor his family Beemed, to, have fared badly, and a glance at the Austrian's brawny arms impresses one with thé idea that the man is capable ol accomplishing tho task he has set bimsell, -

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

" Morning Po§t,f Business, Trade, Professional. Index to Advertisers. ARCHITECTS* Tunbridge, Tunbridge & Lynch, Si>ence Street. A. B. Polin, .Lake Street. AUCTIONEERS., A. J. Draper, Abbott Street. Robert Sturt &, Co., Spence Street. It. T. McMnnus. Abbott Street. J. G. Hoare, Lake Strîet. Hollway, J. M. Herberton. BLACKSMITHS & WHEEL- WRIGHTS. W. E.« Gro&ory, Spence Street. ' Gelling Bros,, Sachs Street, BANKERS. Tho Queensland National Bank, Ltd., . J. Alison, manager. BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS. . E. Hooper,- Spence Street. BUTCHERS. The Cairns Butchering Co., Spence Street. Munro os Co., Lake Street. . Jalland Bros., Kuranda. BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS, Bulcock Bros., Spence Street. Hanson & Sons, Lake Street. BREWERS. McCracken's, Wright Heaton As Co., Ltd., agents.. BOARDING HOUSE KEEPERS* L. Mcinerney, i'Queensland,"- Spence Street. Aus. Facey, "Prince o£ Wales," Lake Street. BOOT IMPORTERS» J. Jennings, Abbott Street. I CHEM...

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The Judas Tree. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

The Judas Tree. The traveller who goos to Jérusalem generally does so with the idea of seeing tho sceneof somany of the labours and triumphs of Christ, and the guides who conduct tourists point out little else but objects that haven direct bearing on His life. One of ! the most remarkable of these objects is tho Judas tree, which is to be seen just outside of Jerusalem. It is said that this is the identical treo on which Judas Iscariot hanged hjrosolf after betraying his Master. ?Tho only authority -which the guides have for this statement is tradition. Eminent writers, however, say that thc assertion is entirely unfounded. The tree is a species of ash, and ¡3 evidently of great ago. It is a remarkable fact .that while all other trees of J iny age have withered and been cut down, ! this tree still continues to bloom.

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Fowls With 12-foot Tails. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

Fowls With 12-foot Tail-j. Tho newest fad amongst bird fanciers is to possess a Japinsso teng-iailed fowl. For over a csntnry tho Japaneso have bred fowls }"'.i;KA,?n?rm:l',y IonE tails.. Thero'is said them to special care and treatment. Two years is the time necessary to produce a tail ten or twelve feet in length. Tho feathers grow from four to seven inches a month, and continuo to increase in length as long as the brriMivesV'which' is usually, from eight to ten years. The i birds are kept indoors, and sit all day on a Hat perch. Twice a week they are taken out and allowed to walk about the ground for half an hour orso,'» man holding up thc tail to prevent it from gctlingtorn or soiled. Every two . or three weeks the. taila aro washed in warm -water (Wd always dried on some high placo, usually a root. The ordinary humber of long feathers possessed ' by ' each bird is fifteen or sixteen. Needless to add;' the birds are very tame. Trie prascht'price for rt bird with a 10-foot tail i...

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Adelaide Steamship Co. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

Adelaide Steamship Co. Marloo, from Cairns to Melbourne via ports, left here last night and is due at Townsville to.day. Wakefield, left yesterday for Ger- aldton. . ? Yongala from Selbourne to Cairns, -yia p¿rts left Brisbane on Tuesday. 'She is due at Mackay to-day, Towns .ville on Friday and here on Sunday.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. Bonis Philp & Co. Ltd., Agents. "Kuranda,- from Townsville via ports ia due here every Tuesday afternoon, .leaves for Port Douglas same after noon, returning Tuesday night anc leaving on Wednesday morning, on thc return. Wodonga from Melbourne to Cook- town via ports left Townsville yostcr day and arrived here this morning. She resumes her journey this evpn ing. Eastern (E. & A. Co.) from Hong kong en route to Melbourne, is dui at Cairns on 14th December. Empire (E. & A.) for Hongkonj via ports, leaves Cairns on the IOU December. Moldavia (P. & 0.), for London vii Plymouth, leaves Sydney at neon 01 December 7. Nikko Maru (N.Y.K.) for J apar leaves Townsville an December 9. Kumano Maru (N.Y.K.) from Ja- pan, en route to Melbourne, leaves Townsville December 13. Moresby (B.P.' Line) for Sydney .via New Guinea 'and Softonnn Is- lands, lèaves Cooktown on December 7th. Airlie (B.P. Line): for Singapore via ports, leaves Cairns on Decem-...

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THE WILLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

THE WILLUNGA. Thc work: of dismantling tte dredge Willunga is still proceeding. When seen thia morning the Chairman of | .the Harbor Board stated that he : "did. not/think it wou.d bc ppssiblc to ïcpnir "the sbàft-hero..and».it¿pros ?very probable the Board would have to send south for a new one altoge . Iher.

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ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

ARRIVALS. Dcc.4,. Kuranda, Captain Partridgt, .rom Port Douglas. Passengers: Messrs Hartley. Graham, Walsh, i Thomson, Harper. Abraham, White, and lt in the steerage.

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A FEMININE SMOKER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

A FEMININE SMOÏCER. : iSorao¿s<maB.tioni;wa8vca'Usod»uinvCol-; spfxitaclo^^ ot1* ri^youhg:' ; lud^ffwaualxisfc quiotly along thc street smoking a cigar (says Melbourne "Argus"). Evr ery head was turned; and passengers stopped to stare at her, but tte smoker did not appear to be at all concerned about thc interest that was taken in her, and strolled on with thc utmost nonchalance.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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SHIPPING. HIGH TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

HIGH TIDES. The following axe the approximate high tides at Cairns: December a.m. p.m. 3 7.55 8.10 8.30 8.45 mxxmm 12th Dec.; full moon, 20th Dec.

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ABOUT FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

ABOUT FOOTPATHS. During thc discussion on thc ques- tion of asphalting the footpaths at thc special meeting o'" the Cairns Town Council last evening, Aid. Bul- cock considered that it should be stipulated that owners if they desired to have a footpath paved with some- thing superior to asphalt they were af liberty to do so. Aid. Earl re- marked that someone might want granite.in front of his shop,?. whilst Aid.; Miller suggested that "even pol- ished marble might bo desired. Aid. McLnchlan suggested that a. few ban- ana skins might be added ito the polished marble with advantage. (Laughter). ' Aid. Bulcock remarked that they would have a peculiur sort ni street, but it was pointed out .that in southern cities, tho footpaths were paved with various! substances. ' BY TELEPHONE.-^-Just call up No 124. v .Tell mc your wants. I will get them*to you in. record; time. Lennon, Chemist.

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