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A SERIOUS ACCIDENT. BRISBANE, Mon. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

A SERIOUS. ACCIDENT. BRISBANE, Mon. À married man named Frank Pascoe was riding a young hone in Russell street, South Brisbane, on Saturday, when he was thrown ou his head. He sustained a fracture of the skull, and wu conveyed to the hospital. He is still unconscious, and ; in a critical condition. . . '.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND COOKTOWN, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

QUEENSLAND COOKTOWN, Wei Captain W. Innes, late master of tl.e steamer " Dove", which recently was beached two miles north of Cape Tribulation, was completely exonerated from all I lanie in connection with the affair, by the Marine Court which was held yesterday, and his Master's certi- ficate was returned to him. .

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CANADIAN GOLDFIELD. LONDOX, Mon. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

THE CANADIAN GOLDFIELD. LONDOX, Mon. Furl her cablegrams describe the finds of gold at the Klondike fi b! as something fabulous, but ninte it is the most dt-solxte mining camp in the World. Returned miners declare the gold belt exists for SOO miles on each side of the Yukon River, whose tributaries are reeking with gold. A remarkable rash has'set in from Colorado, Cali- fornia, and Montana. Ex|>erienced miners urge delay until the spring, as it is im|K)S8ible to prospect in the winter time.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. MR. G. H. REID. LONDON, Mon. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. MR. G. H. REID. LONDON', Mon. Mr G. H. Rei J, in opening the Poit Sunlight Bridge, stated that Great Brit lin, though showing the weight of 1,000 years, was younger than ever. He assured an interviewer that the presence of colonials in the Imperial Parliament would renew the troubles of the old era of colonial administra lion. Australians were nice fellows when they were free, but would be mighty troublesome if lassoed. LONDON, Mon. There was a great demonstration at Port Sunlight. Mr Reid said he had ;-t»ked his |x>litical fortunes to induce New South Wales t'l emulate the policy which made England great. If other nut'ons were so mad as to try to exclude the abundance thc goda proviüed, it.would be anicidxl for Kaglasid to itsiute theta.... Great aa "the English '] territory now,' if »»» » highly probable that territorial expan- sion was only in its infancy. Mr Reid embarked at Liverpool yesterday. ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

VOR Crockery, Glassware, Holloware, " Lampware, Enamelled Ware and Genera) Furnishinir Lines, try P. Lennon tTHEl Largest Importer of eveiydpstwipr tion of Produce, Forago, 6c, is P, Lennon,-."' ? pOR General Drapery, Men's & Yonth'a X Clothing, Hats, Boots and 8kow, lattetstylsaaailcttsatP. fowmV

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A BIG COMPANY. LONDON, Mon. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

A BIG COMPANY. LONDON. Mon. The West Australian and New Zea- land Market Trust has beeil registered with a capital of £2,500,000, of which £1,5000.000 will I« issued. Mr Horatio Bottomley will be chairman of directora.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE EASTERN CRISIS. LONDON, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

TUE EASTERN CRISIS. LoxDO-v, Tues. Contrary to the advice of ihe Powe« the Sultan has despatched Djevad Pasha io direct the Moslem forces in Crete.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PETROLEUM FOR THE HAIR. LONDON, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

PETROLEUM FOR THE HAIR. LOSDON, Tues. Mrs Samuelson, » Yoikshire lady who was visiting Loudon, was directed by her hairdresser to use petroleum for the pnrpoae of washing her hair. The bottle containing the oil exploded, and Mrs Samuelson was terribly burned, and died after prolonged suffering. ;

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE AMERICAN TARIFF BILL. LONDON, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

THE AMERICAN TARIFF BILL. LOXDOX, Wed. The United States Senate bas adopted the NrifT report hy a majority of ten Mr McKinley has assented to the hill, which has now come into operation.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

THE PEOPLE. Unanimously pronounce in favor of Wolfe's Schnapps for a delicacy of Savour and an abaence of rawness or exciting properties.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

FRIMEST FRESH BUTTER, li 6J nw lb, .t P. hm/M't

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

BRIEFS. fiTTasmania there are several par- doned " lifers," bat for all that they cannot temporarily leave the colony without Government permission. The members of the Tasmanian Legislative Council, "M.L;C.'s" are termed " Mustn't Leave the Colony." Rev. Woods got bushed yesterday coming into town from Hambldon. Took the short tum off through Hop Wah and went straight on. Palled up in the swamps.' Lost for four boure. V A thanksgiving service will bc held next week. .. . î - Î 1' .. Mick Spillane broke his ankle yes- terday. ';-..??"}.'?'{,? The Mayor and the Manager of N. Q.'Bank were seen visiting Yoka hama together the other day. Musi- cal business-valuing a drum.' Purely official, Narrow escape from fire Tuesday night, at the Hospital. Kitchen, damage £10.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Appeal Court. MONDAY, JULY 26TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

Appeal Court. MONDAY, JULY 26TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) The Court for holding appeals against the valuations of the Barron Wvisional Board was held, but as there waa no ap- pearance of appellants, the valuations were confirmed.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

Manure. Manure. Manure. A. J. DRAPER Has pleasure in announcing that ou and after thu 15TH APRIL, he can supply MANURE >'KOX TUB BIBOOHRA - MEAT - WORKS. OF PiR*r-cu*i Qruirrv. AT A VERY LQW PRICE. This MAN UKE consists of the Beef and Qones ag it «qiucs, fron) the djgestora ; ttye Bones arc »hale hqt wil| crqniblo wrth the weight of a shovel. FuU Particulars upon, aitlication tit A, «i. ITRJÜBR,

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

Federation. The Queensland Federation Bill ha« hsen withdrawn, and of course Queensland will not now l>e represented at the foitheoini g Federal .Convention to bc held mi 2nd of September next. The withdrawal of thc Bill was A result of the rejection of the Government proposals hy 31» votes lo 28. In moving thc withdrawal of tho Bill after Glassey's amendment piovidiug for the elec- tion of the delegates by the people had hecu defeated, Hon. 1!. Philp said that 'after the vote given oti the previous night it was impossible that Ilia House could bc repre- sented on the 2ud September. If, after thc Convention met, there was any opportunity or , Queensland beiug represented, the Governmrnt were -prepared to bring ii» an 'Hier Bill, in order that the colony might be represented. (Hear, hear.) The Govern- ment wou'd stilt do all they could to bring the colony into any scheme nf federation which might lie arrived at. Tile colony certainly ought to be represented in Sep- tember. ? (Hear...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

PORT DOUGLAS ANNUAL RACES To Bs Run on the Beach' FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. Programme. 1. -^MAIDEN PLATE, of 5 Sovs; for all horses that have not won an advertised prize at tiaic of starting ; a mile ; w w.f.-i. Post entry, tis. 2. -FLYING HANDICAP,, of £7 10s ; second horse (o receive £\ from the prige j. 6 furlongs. Nomination, (is ; acceptarce, 2s fy]. 3. -^LADIRS' "BRACELET (Handlcip), of 0 Sovs ; horses to be nominated by Ladies ; 1 mile. Nom'nation, öi ; acccutauce, 2s. 4. -PORT DOUGLAS AND MOSSMAN HANDICAP, of £12 10s ; .second horse to rccejvo £\ VU from the 5. -LADIES* HACK BACE,- of S Sovs ; to be ridden by Lidies itt Colors ; . 1 mile ; Qst 71b up, Post entry, fis, . 6. HANDICAP H ApK RASE, pf i SQVS ; for all hora03 approved of by thc Stewards i I milo. Nominatiun, 3s ; acceptance, 2a. Post'entry; GENERAL CONDITIONS. ' North Queensland ['acing Association rales. The decision of thc Stewards to be in oil cases final, Nominations for thc Flying Handicap and Dort Doug'as and Mossm...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Gr[?]-Turkish War. THE END. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

The Graco-Turkîsh War. THE END. , i Tho degenerate descendants of the ! hernes of Marathon and Thermopyhe have abandoned their " heroic struggle, " and thrown up the sponge. As a matter of fact, anything less heroic than the conduct nf the Helienes has proved during these last few weeks one liss seldom read of. Whilst fighting the "un- speakable Turk" was confined tu bragg- ing and demonstrating and letting off fireworks at Athens, they were prodigies of pluck. But directly business com- menced, their valor oozed out at tlieir finger tips. . The shameful story has been told by a dozen correspondents, whose accumulated mass pf evidence c innot be resisted. The "St .lamcs'.'.Gazette" is quite dispassionate on this question, and, suulming the various accounts, declares - " So far as the Greeks were concerned, it was a campaign of opera bouffe. The officers could not lend ; the men would not tight. The failure in Epirus is more astonishing and more discredit- able than iii Thessaly ; fo...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LOOKING FROM THE LONELY ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

LOOKIN'G FROM THE LONELY ROCK. THE island of St. Paul is merely a great rock in the Southern Ocean. It is the top of a volcanic mountain. There are no means of sustaining life to bu found on it. The nearest inhabited land is Australia or Africa. To that ugly, and desolate refuge came a boat containing nine persons-two of them women. They had food-on short allowance, for perhaps a week. In less than three days they were half insane from anxiety. Water, water, water everywhere, but no help. On tho fifth day, at dawn, a brig hove to off the island. They saw her. Shouting, praying, weeping, they stumbled to the beach, and were rescued. It was one chance in a hundred. I'll tell you WHY some other time. But; alas ! isn't it as bad or oven worse on land ? Ijook at tho physical wrecks in i homes, in hospitals, and answer me. (hie perishes of privation from* shipwreck. midst of plenty. It isn't food they long for, but rowen TO USE IT-worst and deadliest of all wants. " My food seemed to give...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Cooktown "Beacon" Considerably Cut Up. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

The Cooktown "Beacon"   Considerably cut Up. From the Cooktown Beacon of the 22nd inst, we extract the, following interesting matter :- On board the "Titus" bound for   the Solomon Islands was Captain Wilden, an old resident there, and he informed us that the new regulations now in force for the control of the "labor traffic" are very strictly en- forced by the new resident Commis sioner, Mr Woodford. The Solomon Islands are made an Imperial protec- torate, and great indignation is felt, because the once free and easy traffic is now prevented. The new regulations provide that every ship trading there shall pay a license of £100 a year, a fee of £3 for every passenger, and £5 for every boat any such ship may carry. The trading vessels have to pay £1 a ton for every vessel engaged in trade ; £10 for every trading station, and £5 per head for every trader not a Solomon native-and all vessels from German territory are put into quaran- tine for three weeks. The perpetrators ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
From Our Point of View. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 29 July 1897

¿From. Oar Point of View. ¿OES rr 0ver Germany they o have been torchlightiiig old MATTER f Bigmarek The n,an o{ Iron is getting on in years, and, as a consequence, he is beginning to think that tic is "small potatoes and few in a hill." By this we know that he has at last struck a key-note to the only philosophy which counts for anything in this world - the philosophy of "it doesn't matter much." He has fought against odds ; his overpowering will-power for years broke down all obstacles in his path, he has realised his dream of a United Ger- many, and held the fate of nations and the peace of Europe in his hand, and now in his 79th year he glances back along the road he has trod with a half contemptuous eye, and wonders what on earth he did it for. Speaking on the occasion of the torch-light procession in his honor, he said "The advantage of becoming old is that one ltecomes in- different to hatred, insult, and calumny, while one's capacity for love and good- will becomes greater."...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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