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Cairns Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

Cairns Progrès* Ásaoeiatioéf^ A lUXTora of the Cairns . Progress Associa- tion «aa held at Kew Tattersall'a Hotel; on Tuesday hist. Present - Messrs. W. C. Smith (in the chair), T. Allen, L. Severin, ; A. A. Wall, and F. T. Wimble. i The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. . .The; outward corre*;' pondence, consisting of the following letter, ^ was read ¡ind adopted :- ' . To the Chairman, Cairns Divisional Board. Sir,-On behalf of the above Association, I am again directed to bring under your notice the numerous nuisances existing in Cairns which,require immediate attention; and although'by-laws' have been passed no action has been taken by the Board to en- force them, or to remedy the danger'walch exists by the neglect of same.-I am; ic, ' Fsm T.WrjfBii/Hon/Sec.' !- A general meeting of the' members' of »acT«tary iépartaï àpôw tn« warfe'3u«e dar- ing the past months, which baa already been published in these columns, and announced that the term for which the c...

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

EARNEST A. MILFORD, SOLICITOR, &C, &C, Cairas, May Tte consulted at New Tattersall's Hotel, Abbott-street. FREE TRADE STORE, CAIRNS. W. P. REDDEN, WINE & SPIEIT MEECHANT, GEXEEAL STOEEKEEPEE. Has on band, at Cheapest Bates, the best assorted Stock of Goods in Cairns. Drapery, Men's and Boys* Clothing. Ladies' Fashionable Dress Material, Latest Novelties Hats, Feathers, Flowers, and Scarfs; Lidia»' llaga. Baskets, Ac. ; Groceries and Oilment, beat qualities; Tools, every description ¡ Hardware. China, Glass, and Crockery ware-latest novelties ; Saddlery ; Ladies' and Chil- dren's Boots and Shoes; Men's and Boys" ditto ; Bedsteads ¡md Bedding. FRESH PEODÜCE BY EVEEY BOAT R. J. GORTON, GENERAL DRAPER & OUTFITTER. Importer of Every Description of DRAPEEY, MEN'S CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, Ac DRESSMAKING and MILLINERY, According to the Most Fashionable Styles. WI. D. HOBSON HAS ALWAYS ON SALE Cora. Bran» CbmJT (oaten and lncünie), or ia bulk, Plaiston and J...

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Srock, Produce, and Land Reports. JOHN MACNAMARA, Government and General Auctioneer, Cairns. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

Stak* .Prodiiee, md Laad Bep»rts. Jo lix MACNAMARA, Government and General . ,_...._, ...Auctioneer, Caima. .,X_._, ThU w««y».txTiiimrt>Q«» i» WIM^"é'iim 1 ot a more active tone than I had to report ] last week... This has been caused -by soutb - era [investori i coming! into the market, and sellers bringing down their prices to a figure that will allow of sales ¿king place. The. great .rush that took place in price of land when* it was definitely known that the Hon. .Mr. Miles had expressed himself in favour of the Cairns line of railway route has at last assumed a lowering tendency, The prices, then asked.for-some choice allot meats, were aákíly ott a par with ones vaina-' tion of Cole's corner, George-street, Sydney, or "The Beehive"* at the corner of Eliza- beth and Swanston streets, Melbourne. Owners having land then thought they were millionaires for the time being; but buyers soon7 changed thiff order-of-things. -Even now big 'prices are ? being paid for choice Bitea; bot ...

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A Mutnal Surprise. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

A Mutnal Surprise. "Mm!" There was a hoarse hollowness in the speaker's voice that caused his com- panion, a merry-faced girl with a r».mii.-h twinkle in her eye«, to look up quickly. - - .*' Oh, pray, Mr: Touchwood," she cried,'with well-feigned alarm, "don't look so like a high-tragedy brigand. You haven't enticed mc to this lonely spot to murder me, hare you? If you wouldn't scare me out of my wits, just smooth your rugged front, unwrinkle vour brows, and speak like a man instead of creaking like a wven." " Meta ! " he repeated, more hoarsely and hollowly than before. " If you do that again I'll scream ! " said Meta AV ¡grain, rising from the shady bank on which the two sat irsiuij ai HT a lung waiK, IO WHICH Brent Touchwood had invited Meta, through a patch of woods, which, for the'purpose of the preses t story, must «lo duty in place of the " romantic grove" in which tne heroes and httroinea of loftier tale* aro wont to forgather. Mr. Touchwood mik on ono knee .nd clasped Meta'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

NOTICE. ON PEIDA Y, the 13th June next, at 10 a.m., I will hear objections to tho granting of the undermentioned applica- tions : MULGRAVE GOLDFIELD. Auriferous Lease No.' 1, THOMSON and PARTY, 10 acres, west, and adjoining the Chance B.C. and No. 1 E. United. : GOLDFIELD HOMESTEADS. ¡ No. 1. J. ALLEN, 40 acres, on the Mulgrave Uiver, ut junction of Toohey's Creek. No. 2, HCGH GKBHIK, -lit ' acres, adjoining . No. 1. . - 1 ;. W; II. CV HILL APPLICATION FOR AURIFEROUS LEASE.- . NOTICE is hereby given, that we tho undersigned, have made application for a lease under the Goldfields Regulation of ground, west.and adjoining the " Chance" B.C. and No. 1 E. United, containing ten (10) acres. . : ? THOMSON and PAETY. NOTICE. TENDERS are invited for the Erection of a Sawn Hardwood Paling FENCE, similar to that enclosing the Customs Ee serve. State how much extra painted. Also, two (2) double and two (2) single GATES. - Also, HOESE-SHED, with railing, 12 x 8. Tenders to close Saturday next, t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

Birth.   GATES.-May 13, at her residence, Abbott- street, Cairns, the wife of F. Gates, of a son.

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Cairas Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

Caira« Divisional Board. THE monthly meeting of the above Board was held on * the 7th instant, l-resent I "Messrs.Meston (in the chair). Hobson, Sev- erin, Hoot, Lor ¡dan, Byan, Mackey, Kenny, J and Douglas. >,Tie minutes of the previous ordinary and special meetings were read and confirmed. The outward correspondence was read and adopted, and the ic »ard received and dealt with as follows : Letter from Under-secretary for "Works respecting the appointment of auditors lor the current year. Mr. Bell, one of the auditors recommended, having left the dis- trict it was, suggested that some gentleman be appointed in his place. On the motion of Mr. Loridan, it was resolved-"That the consideration of thc letter lie held over unti. the next meeting." weiter iroiu air. star.:Ke, re surveying road through- selections 107 and 130 and the re- serves to the north and south, and stating that the country through tlie reserves was ol a uniform aud level character and quite un- lit for wheeled tr...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN COERESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

Our Neighbours. [FROH OUS OWN COERESFOSDEHTS.] . HEBBEBTON. - May 0 . Ira duties of a police magistrate, stern as they sometimes are, have their pleasant side especially when he is appointed to celebrate marriages. The fee I believe is a guinea, but I am not aware whether with the fee the g. od old fashioned custom of .kissing . thu' bride ia included, or whether this portion of thu coremonjr is the right of the clerjfjmikii truotive tiiain á.vulgar guinea. Considerable; excitement was- ¿uued on. Satiurduy ut ter noon by two ladies and two-, gentlemen mak- ing their way to the Court lionse, one of the former being a bride dressed in the neces- sary white and veiled all over, and of course 1 one of the unites was the bridegroom. In snort air. Doherty was married,' to 'Jtits Burke by" the Police Magistrate. There is nothing particular, in. all this but -I noted that the majority of the lookers on at the angle of the street were very much married people-that is they, were married long,...

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Onr Sydney Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

Onr Sydney Letter. (FILOsi ona OWN CORRESPONDENT.) A GAIS in sheer exhuberañec of spirit 1 have to start my letter with the report of more rain. The extra cause for. gladness may be found iu the fact that the welcome drops ^re at last finding their way into the interior, and as 1 write reports are coming in from all quarters of copious downpours. Touching these reports, it is quite re- freshing to stand at the General Post Uifice where the weather telegrams are posted and watch the back-blockers read the glad intelligence of 3in at Dubbo, ditto at Bourke,. and so on,' and then- to see them make- for the nearest pub. and wet"said 'intelligence.' The yellow ' flag, once more. '"-The P. and O. s.s.-lióme; ia- at--present ! de- tained in quarantine at the Heads, in consequence of our old friend small pox being a passenger, aboard, and for 21. days the unlucky passengers "wi ll enjoy a compulsory:seaside rest; but, by the way, this 'quarantine business has br.ought.W_ light "the. great w...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

SHIPPING. ~~ ARRIVALS. Hay 7.-Maranoa, ».a., Cant. Hampton, from. Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. .Pas- sengers-.Messrs. E. Deighton, Gorton,; and 5 in steerage. , i.-> ? v. . V May 8.-Wentworth, B.S., Capt. Monroe, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas- sengers-Miss Keid, Messrs. J. Marri am ara, M. J. Skim, W. O. Condell, P. Madden, and «Q.in^s.teerage.;_^_._ . ._ May~iü.-Maranoa, s.s., Capt. Hampton, front Cooktown. Passengers-Mrs. Boles, anil 4 in1 steerage. ; | " ; May ÏÔ.-Wentworth, s.s.. Capt. Monroe, from Cooktown. Passengers-Mrs. Liddle. MTss~Toyee, MeSra7*'BeddenT"XiddIe; "De Lany. Watson. HiUonL, Hope, . Macaish, Breedo, Dillon, KeeJay, Dunlop, Gee One, Hoh Sin, Poy KeA,'"Sanv Sing, and"» in Bteerage. ,( . - May ,13.-Alexandra.. s.s.. Capt. Banka, from Sydney i via Port Douglas^. ^Passengers - Ravv Mr.^ Wilson; . and Sub-Inspector Nicholls. Hay li. - Clyde, schooler; iCapt Giles, from Cooktown.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

HAVEN HOTEL, -STREET, CAIRNS. Om aWr* Hotel is now open with every comfort arni DI halved ia Aua. Wuiac, aad Snarra, wi every m» eaaafarti of s Hump tu Viator*. i-mimáí'- SOB8BS ALWAYS OS H IX E. mrmmatnnmnm A ÜATION COMPANY. The caaapaay*a »fa»mit« leave ' thia port every Thurmlay. fur Northern Porte, awl ev »ry Saturday evening for Soathsrn Part». Vor fares and tates of fwight apply at the ÇnmpKay's own office at wharf. .CCKNS, PHILP and CO., Limited, Agent«. THE S.S. " ZEUS,"-Captain lnnea, Leaves the wharf every Thursday morning to meet the incoming, and evury I Saturday evening to meet outgoing Mall Steamers; and leaves every 'Wednesday and Saturday mornings for Swallow's and Stew arfa landings. Open for charter and excursions. " Í BURNS. PHILP and CO. Assarts? . ¡Eícsáiá iational Bank, LOUTED. INCORPORATED UNDER " TUE COM- PANIES ACT,'* isca. liankera to the Government of Queenaland. Subscribed Capital Paid-up Capital Reserve >*nnd ... JtlJUOúfiüO 500,000 163,000 Gold bough...

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IMPORTS. EX WENTWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

IMPORTS. Consigned to W. D. Hobson.-24 furnace bars, 1 case grating, 1 do hardware, I case, 1 box cartridges, 10 cases whisky, 1 case ? Consigned to \V. P.'Eedden.-2 cases.' Consigned to L. Severin.-1 box cartridges, 8 kegs red lead. ! J. From Sydney: 1 paper parcel, 4 cases fruits. From Townsville : 1 bux candles, 13 bars ^jron. ^Froñi Bowen : 1 case, from Cooktown ^"1 cn|e oil, 1 do" aimee, 1 dtf soyj. 1 package cabbage,' 2 case» sundries,-1 do drapery, 1 do shoes, 1 do shrimps, I do eggs, 1 'amlf <rhest tea, 2 cases wine,-!- do docks, 40 mats rice, 8 cases sundries, 1 half-chest tea, G cases sundries. From Port Douglas : 1 case sundries.-Burns, Philp and Co.,agents. Ex MAEAXOA. Consigned to Burns, Philp and Co.-3 cases ling fish, jiu do salmon,- 2 kegs butter, I case.drápéry, 100 cases kerosene, 4 bundles sashes, 1 case boots, 0 do do. Consigned to K. J. Horton.-6 cases drapery,-1 truss do, 15 cases doy 1 sideboard. - Cons.gued to Jack and Newell.-Ú packages drapery, 1...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

~* .... DEPART OKES.. May S.-Maranoa', »«í CaptV Hampton, foCGboktowñ.'''" ?' *" 1 May S-Wentworth, sj.. Capt. Monroe, for Cooktown. Passeugera - lira.1 Liddle, Miss Joyce, Messrs. ll. Murray, D. Dillon, Sum Siua. l'uj Ku«.Qm> Oiw, und 1% in .^Btéáñag*?*^ -fer-y f^j^r^^TT Hay 8.-^Corea, s.s./;Capt. M'Grath, for Normanton, Tia Óxilrtowa and Thursday Is; land. PassengerA-1 in steerage.' '. ; May lu.-Maranoa, sj., Capt. Hampton, for Sydney, via Brisbane «nd ports. Pas- sengers--¿.in steerage.. -."May-ior-WentwortET, sj.. Capt'. Munroe, for Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas Be^igers-T-Jirs. O'Leary, Messrs. J., Page, htûgour; KeeveS, Collopy; O'Leary, °Ah Hee, Chow Chew, Sd Lang, and 2U in Steerage. -

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

OM IMstane Letter. (FKOM OXnt OWN COREttFOHBDrr.) TUE most exciting topic of the week is the payment by the Government to Mr. 1*. IV Macdonald, of Yaamba, near Rockhampton, the sum of £21,903 2s Od, settlement .of the. verdict in the well known case of Macdonald v. Tully. The circumstances bf the case are very interesting, and as they will have been forgotten:by many people I,may as well relate them. Mr. Macdonald was in legal possession o£ certain runs in the Leichhardt district, known as Lud- wig, "Dura, and Kilmore, under promise of lease from the .Crown for 14 years, commencing from the year 18G1. -.Not- withstanding his -occupation'- of . the nins the Government in I860 issued leases for the same to Messrs. Richards and Co., and that upon receiving notice from the Government and the new lesses, Macdonald gaye peaceable pos- session of the runs, and began au action against the , Government in the .Supreme Court for daxnagee. At .ttock hamytyn ltoa» W-obtMMMi K.nrnwt .went which ...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

.'" Victoria." ' MELBOURNE, MAT Li. 'Michael Davitt" during bia . visit to Australia will collect money for the fund initiated by Mr. Parnell for the payment of - Irish7 members. Parnell talks of raisin«;- a sum of £40,000. " (From our Exchanges.) - 1 . BRISBANE, MAT 9. The Queensland Mercantile and Agency ; Company report that they have succeeded in floatiug the Pastoral Syndicate named the..Queen sland Co- operative Pastoral Company. Limited, »jin .a^oñpjtSl of rinlf '?> millie-u' sterl- ing iii 50,000 shares of_t:£lO each. The syndicate have purchased stations in this colony and in the Forest- vale and Kimberly districts of Western Australia, in all 7576 square miles, the nrice paid heine £283,500. . There' are no signs of the weather clearing up t heavv rain? fell jesterday and the night before, lt is reported that the rain is gradually extending in- land and to the Western districts. Harilan has . accepted the offer to visit Brisbane next month and give ex- hibitions of rowi...

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Cairns District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

i Cairns IHstrict Hosnital. A MBTiKO of - the committee of the above institution, waa held OH Monday last. Pre- sent-Messrs. E. T. Hartley'(in the chair), Smith,Üobsen, Byan, and Douglas. The minutes of the previous ordinary and adjourned meetings were read and con firined. ' ' . ' ' '?: ? '. '. ? The doctor's and wardsman's reports were read and received, and showed the number of patients" treated during the month to have been 24; of these 12 were in hospital at the commencement, of the month and 12 were afterwards admitted.- During the month 13 were discharged,' leaving II still under treat- ment.' . The inward correspondence was read, and and consisted of a- letter from Mr. J." 31'Millaa denying any liability with regard to the'Kanaka Bent to the hospital from the against the owners of the schooner .Ariel be. placed, ia duplicate, in the hand* af the In- spector of Polynesians, with letter from secretary requesting nim to proceed for the recovery of same according to law." Car- r...

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of THE CAIRNS POST.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

Correspondence.' [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of Tip CAONB POST.) ' SIE,-There are so many subscription lists being hawked about the town jost now that it seems cruel to ask your contribution for one other object; but when I explain the purpose for which the money is being raised no doubt _your_hearty co-operation will be gained. ièrhàps you "are not aware that a number of gentlemen have formed them- selves into a committee for the purpose of collecting funds to build a monument to our " City Fathers," and would like the assist- ance of all thè'ratepayers of Cai-ns towards' the scheme. - Nb amount, however small, will be refused-the " widow's /mite" and the rich man's' ten guineas subscription will alike be welcome. The difficulty in the way of the " Monument Committee" at the pre- sent time is not the question of money, bnt what shape or form the monument shall tuke ; and there being little or no unanimity among the. ...

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Cairns Quartz Croshing Company. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 15 May 1884

Cairns Quártk^Croshíag Company! A MKETTsá to promote the formation of a quartz crushing company to carry on opera- tions on the Mulgrave goldfield, was held on Saturday ,iast, at Messrs. Sontherden, Book: and Co.'s office, at: which the following gentlemen were present :-Messrs. Deieke, Grant, Popple, Sontherden, H. B. Thomson, Hook, H. T. Douglas, and W. C. Smith, who fairly represented the community interested ia the field, and considering the short notice given formed a good attendance. Mr. AV. C. Smith was voted to the chair, and Mr. Hook asked t* take the minutes of the meeting. ' The Chairman having stated the business for : which the- meeting had been called, pointed out the necessity for immediately starting operations on the Mulgrave gold- field of a character likely to develop tully the resources of that, promising field. The majority of those present being more or less interested in the field must feel the need of cheap crushing by the use of water power. He b «hi'rod Mr....

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 22 May 1884

DEPARTURES' R May 15.-Quiratng, s.s.,-' Capt. M'Lean, for Cooktown, Passengers-^Mrs. Hobson, Messrs. A, Forsyth, Cadell, Moffatt, Giblet, Xnin Chin, anil S in steerage. May Í5,-VWarrego, s.9" Capt, Phillips, for Cooktown. May 10,-Alexandra, a.a.. - Capt. Banks, for Sydney, via Brisbane, Passenger-T! in steerage, May 17.-^lisabeth, hrq... Capt, Dado, fur South Sea Islands. May lS,-»Quiraing, os,» Capt. M-'Lean, for Sydney, via brisbane and parts. Passengers -Misa Bale. Messrs. Macnamara. J, J. Swallow, and 2 m ataerage. > Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Passengers -ll in.steerage, . ' May 19-Dingadee, s.s.,.Capt, Meaburn, for Sydney and Melbourne,

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Brisbane. BRISBANE, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 22 May 1884

- LATEST- BY WIRE. >M OU* OWN COREES PONDENT.] BRISBANE, MAY 21. There are three British war ships here at present the Raven. Swinger, and Diamond., The two latter will proceed to the South Sea Islands and the Raven to Fiji conveYÍM£ Davis arid M'Murdo the captain and Government ajjeut of the labour schooner Stanley for trial.. In the libel action,- Michael Ready, of Mackay, v. . FIOABO for £2000 damages, the jury were unable to agree upon a verdict, although the judge summed up greatly in favour of de- fendant. The case will probably bc heard over again. Ebenezer Thorne has entered an ac- tion for.-¿.libel against the Zeitung, damages £1000. His Excellency the Governor is re- ceiving a spleudid reception at Gympie and Maryborough. Tho Anti-Récidiviste meeting held at the Town . Hall last night wa* very largely attended, Judge Lilley and Bishop Hale spoke on the resolution, asking all towns throughout the colony to co-operate in the movement. Tho celebration of the Queen's Birth-...

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