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NOTES AND NEWS CONSIDER CAREFULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
NOTES ANO NEWS CONSIDER CAREFULLY. Whilst pitying those blt destitute by friends or acquaintances, stop, consider. . How about your, own de- pendence"? You may be insured, but, bo honest. Have you insured for a sufficient sum'? Have you money to invest? Open an account with your great State Bank, the A.M.P. So- ciety Investment combined with as- surance the A.M.P. Mr. G. A. Sherry, representating Uris great society remains at Hides' Hotel un- til Saturday. Policies taken out now share in this year's profits. Business every year. '
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
?METEOHOLOGICAL OBSERVA- TIONS. Thc following meteorological obscr .vations were taken at tho Kamer tinga State Nursery for the month of November, 1907:-Dry bulb; 80:7; wet bulb, 74.21; extreme maximum thermometer on 25th, 91; mean ma- ximum thermometer for month Sf¡. 51; extreme minimum thermometer, j on 10th, 61.5; mean minimum ther- mometer for month 67.61; mean tem- perature, 77.06.
CASE ADJOURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
CASE ADJOURNED. Before Mr. P. G Grant ju the Pol- ice Court } yesterday, a Chinaman named Sec Bunco, on remnnd, wat charged with stealing the' sum of . .£14, the property of ono Tan Lee, on the loth inst, at Cairns. On tin: application of Mr. Hartley, solicitor for the defence, the case was adjourr. ed till to-morrow, bail being extended Mr. H. .MacDonnell appeared for the ¡prosecution.
SUMMONS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
SUMMONS COURT. Ia thc Summons Court, ycstcrdny morning,--verdicts were given with costs for the full . amount cîiiimeil in the following undefended notions. A. Cook v. Buttress, £3 2s costs £1 12s, Mr. Murray appearing for the plaintiff. Bon Marche Trading Company v. A. Bosen, £2 2s Od, costs 5/6
DISCOVERY OF DYNAMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
DISCOVERY OF DYNAMITE. Another sensation, states an ex- change, was provided for the Rock- hampton public recently when thc (information^ leaked out that a quan- tity of jtlynamite wasr found on an allotment at thc corner of Kent and Archer streets. Coming on ',top of the two reported robberies within the week, it furnishes food for thought.
The Biggest Flashlight in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
r The Biggest Flashlight in tba World. The new light recently installed in the Heligoland lighthouse can claim the distinc- tion ot being the most powerful flashlight in tho world. That in itself is nn~ interesting fact, but tho new light deserves recognition, not so mach on account of'its wonderful power, hut as the latest achievement in lighthouse illumination. : It appears that in 1895 the German Imperial Government sent a number of experts to France to study the principles of the French flashlights, hitherto regarded as the finest in the world. On their return they, contrary to expectation, set to work to see if they could not improve upon what they bad inspected, and after several years of experimenting succeeded in turning out a reflector more powerful and searching than those used in any of the French lighthouses. Indeed, the Heligoland light, ia . equal "to,; 30,000,000 candle-power, - mid " in normal -weather is'. clearly Visible a ' distance of 25 miles but to sea. The fla...
Mining Wires. THE ETHERIDGE. PROSPECTUS WITHDRAWN. (By Telegraph.) GEORGETOWN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
Mining Wires. THE ETHERIDGE. PROSPECTUS WITHDRAWN:' (Ry Telegraph.) GEORGETOWN, Wednesday. The provisional directors' ,oi the proposed .Etheridge j Development Company have announced tho with- drawal ofi the j present proposition from the market. Two of thc directors, on being in- terviewed, stated that in the face of tho persistent reports which are in circulation of the intended* deviation of tho Etheridge railway ¡to some other ]>art pf tho goldfield some dis- tance away, whereby the railway would confer very little, if any, prac Heal benefit to tho Georgetown and surrounding mining community, they could not see, their way ' to. go to an. allotment of the shores. Without ti railway to connect with Chillagoe or other,, smelters at a reasonable cost, tho programme as laid down in the prospectus could not be.carried out, and. they had, therefore, no op- tion but to withdraw the proposi- tion. . Thq application money is being re turned in full, thc promoters of the-'proposed c...
SOUTHERN QUOTATIONS. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
SOUTHERN :QUOTATIONS. ? BRISBANE; Chillagoe, b 4/5, s 4/6 Gilmore's, b 6/9, s "/? Mount Molloy, li 10/-, s 10/2 1 O.K., b 5/2, s 5/5 . ' CHARTERS TOWERS. .. Durham Consols, b 3/3, s 3/6 Mount Molloy, b 10/- " Mungana Co., b 7/3, s 7/9 O.K., b 5/1, s 5/6 - Gilmore's, fc 6/8, s 6/11 ' ADELAIDE. O.K., 1) 5/2, s 5/5 Mungana Co.. b 7/3, s Tj/5 Mount Molloy,;b 10/-, s 10/1
Fearnley & Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
Fearnley & Cc, Ltd. linden (G.A. Co.). via Torres Straits, tor Marseilles. Amsterdam and Hamburg, is due in Townsville about December 1, callimr at Cairns if sufficient inducement offers. Taiyuan (CN. Co.) for Hongkong, leaves Cairns about the 9th Decem- ber. Changsha, from Hong Kong , is due here about 20th instant.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
Professions í ft "Business Cards, MacDonnell, Henchman & ? Hannam, « Townsville, Cairns, and Herberton, SOLICITORS . Asp NOTARIES Punuo. " Oommissioners for Affidavits, for tho High Court of Australia and for the Supreme Court of the whole of tho Commonwealth and New Zea-' 'land. '! ?' '- ' "~. A. J. P. MacDonnell, H. J. H. Henchman, H. V. Hnnnuro, E. I. ¡ Havard, H. K. N. MacDonnell.; ! Mr. L. W. Marsland, The founder of the firn of Marsland & Marsland, Chimers Towers, Begs to nnnonnce that he has re- sumed the practice of his profes- sion, and has opened offices at IMPERIAL BUILDING?, Abbott and Shields Sheets. Cairns. Ede & Cogdon, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTS. Permanent address : flf"fff|f&lt ABUÓTT-ST., CAIRSS. If Tunbridge, Tunbridge & Lynch -, ARCHITECTS AND CIVIL ' ENGINEERS, Townsville, Melbourne, and Spence Street, Cairns. Arthur B. Polin, ARCHITECT. (Eaton, Bates and Polin) Architects, . Municipal Buildings, Flinders Stree...
THE LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
THE LICENSING COURT. The Bench in the Licensing Court yesterday was composed of Messrs P. G. Grant P.M., Messrs A. .7. Draper, il. Lyons, and M. Boland J, J.P. Bridget Burke applied for a trnne ier of the license of the Railway Ho- tel, Cairns, to L. Blundell. Mr. ÇX. Murrajf (appeared in support of the Application and no objection; |>oing Jodged by the police tho transfer xw granted. A renewal of a license to full pigs was also granted. M. fallon.
MINING CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
MINING CAIRNS STOCK EXCHANGE. Chillagoe, b 4/4, s 4/8, paid b 5/4, s 5/8 Mungana Co., b 7/3, s 7/3 O.K., b 5/2, s 5/5 Mount Molloy, b 9/11, s 10/3 . Chil. Ruddygore, s i'8 Endeavor Leslie, s £2 Vulcan, b 6/-, s 6/6 Stan. Hills, b 2/4, s 2/7 Smith's Creek, t -1/-, s 4/6 Dalziell's, b 1/6, s 1/9 Gilmore's, b 6/6, s 7/ Mitchell Hiver, b 3/-, a 3/3 llrilliant, b 2/-, s 2/4 Bril. Extended, b 4/11 Carrington United, b 3/2, s 3/5 Carrington 0.&' 2 East, b 1/10, s 2/2 Clark's Bril. Wor., paid b ld, s 5d Deep Levels, s 9d Durham Consols, b 3/3, s 3/6 East Mexicans, b 6d, s 9d Golden Alexandra, b 2/-, s 2/5 Grant and Sunset, b 1/2 Kulamadau, b lOd, s 1/ Mills' United, b 15/6, s 16/1 NcY. Bril Freeholds, b 3/-, s 3/1 PícilTer's, b 5/1 Queen Cross Reef, b 1/9, s 2/ Queen Central, paid b 1/ Ruby, bl/11; puid b 2/-, s 2/6 Talisman, b 2d s 3d Wallis Day Dawn, b 4d, s 6d Weincrt's Sih-cr Lead, b 7/9, s 9/9 Sales:-Mount Molloy, 10/1; Dal- ziell's, 1/8;
OPENING OF CONGRESS. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907
OPENING OK' CONGRESS.,. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. ' ' LONDON, Wetlnesdnv. President Roosevelt's message"' to Congress, which occupied three honra in delivery, 'covered 63 pages, and was the longest on record. The message dealt with 50 subjects but contained very few surprises. The President does not opppse rail- way "pooling, but recommends the supervision of trust companies, tho saine as banks, and the prohibiting of monopolies and trading at a loss in order to crush corai>ctition, and urges the Federal- control of inter- state business. Also the establishment of emergency currency to bu ÍSMKHÍ under a heavy tax, thc establishment of post office savings banks, gradua- ted income and inheritance taxes, the extension of thc Ocean -Mail Act of 1891 to enable the rostmaster (îenernl to devote tho present profit of 31 million dollars on the mail ser- vice abroad to the mu il service to South America, Asia, thc Philippines and Australia nt the rate of 1 doll- ars per mile per 16-knot s...