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MONDAY'S MEETING. MONDAY, JULY 19TH, 1897. Attendance. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 August 1897

MONDAY'S MEETING. " MONDAY, JILTIQTH, 1897. : There WM a full attendance of the dalegatea present on Friday, with the exceptio« of Alderman Neill, Metan. R. A. Tills, Geo. Martin, and W. D. Hobson. ! j . Hr. Teat*. Wtgreja. v [ The President (Alderman Draper) reported that since the previous sittings a telegram had been received from Sir Horace Toaer regaining, the Bill which was under discussion by the Conference. It would be nasaasary to suitably acknowledge the communication doting UM day. The report of UM hegawin Ommttm hâd ún ham nmwtà. . On the motion of Mr Ewndon, Monjaid bj Mr Waite, Ute tilemu from Sir H. Toaer. ead UM I sgia'save ODBWMMBayon wen neem*. The Prsaiaaat then read tb« MefCM M Wkjwi ' - -,..-',/. ICOPV.] » . , ,-? -Í > ?> "?/? .' S ' ! '.>'.'? ' ; 1 ' ?' ? ^ . ' BRISBANE/ July íTth, 1897. MESSAGE FOR PRESIDENT LOCAL AUTHORITIES CONFERENCE, CAIRNS. "Please convey to yourfDelegates my 'best'wishes.tâïd I hope their con« elusions »ill assist ^Parliament'to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 August 1897

WHOLESALE * RETAIL Provision - Merchant ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS, ' - (Next door to A. Keeblc,& Co.) , M. BOLAND buvs his Goods for Spot Cash in thc Crapes' and ?ir Best Markets of the World.: He can, therefore, afford to sell at a fair Profit,' Cheaper than any other House in Cairns. M. BOUND'S STOCK Goods Delivered promptly to all parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE PRODUCE. PRODUCE, Fresh Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twice a week. M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant, ABBOTT STREET. CAIRNS. POST ^jjff OFFICE HOTEL Thc Post Office Hotel is now under thc Management of M. SPILLANE, Who means to convince thc public of Cairns and district that he knows their requirements. Depend upon this When you visit thc Post Office Hotel, M. Spillane undertakes to give you a First Class Glass of Liquor. Bobtrttoa'i .*. Whitier. TTihtr'i Special Antro (Draught) Sraamy'a .% Brandy. Best of Everything. An Apctising Snack Ever}- Day il a.m. Remember-My Charges ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 August 1897

WHOLESALE COFFEE MERCHANT. ^^WN ANTJ MAN^ BY D. R. LEWIS, AT MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE ? TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. SOLD IN Mb. TINS, and No 2 IN 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residents of Cairns, Mareeba, Herberton, Montalbinn, California Creek, The Tate, and sctticrs generally should ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other. Try Ono Tin as an experiment. The grower and manufacturer pledges his word that there is no better matured or purer Coffee in the world than LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. THE .". GRESHAM .'. HOTEL ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. MRS. BYRNE, ProprietPesB. THE Gresham Hotel is situated in the centre of the main block in Abbott Street, adjoining Messrs Burns, Philp & Co. s business premises. PRIVATE AIRY PARLORS. LARGE COMMERCIAL ROOMS. Finest Brands of Well-known Wines and Spirits Stocked. MRS. BYRN...

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MACKAY. Executive Committee North Queensland Local Authorities Conference. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR YEAR 1896 97. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 August 1897

??-; MACKAY. ? liWiMii trillé, iryifcf Í».I»ÉIUI I^Irt^tht tèmhemi*., : STAtBMBMT OF'RECEIPTS' AST) EXPENDITURE FOR YEAR 1896- 97. 1896 Ang. S. £ s. d. ToMt-aiwiCooktown ,. 38 9 6 " Subscriptions .-!.»...! ' «0 13 0 nj ^T:: 'I!1 :. i -.!: ' ;?:.>! ' :' , . EXPKÑWTÜRK. -''-¡. . 1896-,. ; Aug. 5. £ s. tl. Ry Printing ... r \ . ; . . 18 0 .0 " Stomps :... 2 2 8 Salaries ... . ¡..; ... ¡fcVIO 0 ," General Expenses . 18 15 0. " Petty Cash. 19 8, " Balance to Town Clerk, .- Cairns... ;};. 'IS.1 5 7 j ,;:,!..- '- ? -.sfa»:r« 6 -.?.!; ? ?!:.;: : WM. Gr». HODGES; ? '«.>"« !'»!. ???>?.?>. " '? v . t President. ..:..,"??:??« iV í¡ ?? ? -i,' - ? ü GEORGE MMMOCK, i: ? .! ??.;..?>?-'-> Secretary. - ',ExMniaed and found correct. .. .. ' ,¡ ? ! Ina '-..'' < . BOBT.; K. CUMMING, ?., . ; . Auditor. ,Mackay.-28th Jan», 1997. ¡ ..",.,. .,"'. , .J AMennan l^on» atored,1 »nd Alderman Martin seconded, that th« Report and Balance Sheet be received and adopted. Carried. ' ''' " ...

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NORTHERN LOCAL AUTHORITIES. SEVENTH Annual Conference. Held in Cairns on the 15th, 16th and 19th July, 1897. FIRST SITTING. THURSDAY, JULY 15TH, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 August 1897

NORTHERN LOCAL AUTHORITIES. A$06il Çoi>fcreoc?. r Mtàà iii Cairns on the 15th, 16th and 19th ,'' THURSDAY, JULY ¡STU, 1897. The fi^ sitting of the 8arenth Conference of Northern Wal Authori- ties waa held m the Dmsieaal Hall,' Cairns. iii ,M,'"^"^M-Carrns : AMentan Lyona, Boland and Aumuller; Madras ; Aldermen Black and Neil ¡ Cooktown : Alderman Martin (Mayor) ; Town«TtJle : AHetmen Fofey7 and Smythe ; Croydon : Alderman A. J. Drawia^fjvrey).!/ >v ¿....PES!®*»^^ Mr Canten» ; Wootha S&J.M'J; .<*. benden ,\ Walsh. ; Mr Saran ; Cairns : Mesera W. H. Swallow;- W. D. Hobson, and T. R Fretwell ; Wangaratta: Mr Waite : MW*.: mm KW.McLean and R. A; Tills; Croydon : Mr T. Mackey SP^.5i.:T«M5^,V>tr:,C.' WJA (proxy) ; Ravenswood : Mr W."H. Sw,??9f <P^?^;_ Hann : Mr J,Lyons,(proxy) ; Torrea : Mr A. J. Draper U^iy) ; Atherton" : Mr «. Martin ; Herberton : Mr John Cairn» (proxy) : Hinchinbrook : Mr" Stone. ******* .??tam. Alderman A. J. Draper (Mayor of Cai...

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SECOND DAY'S SITTING. FRIDAY, JULY 16TH, 1897. Attendance. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 August 1897

SECOND DAY'S SITTING. , FRIDAY, JUIY 16TH, 1897. . , . Attendance. :. , .There was a f ull attendance of delegates. . Local Authorities Bili. Tile President (AJd. Draper) stated that the business bf the Conference that day was the consideration of tho Local Authorities Bill. No notices of motion had been handed in up to 3 p.m. on the previous day. Clause io-Clauses of are.-u , The President said that this was the first palp tide alteration in tho Bill. .' Tho old Act provided Boards, but these had now been abolishetl, ¡md shires had been substituted. ,'.,.. Aldermau Black pointed out that this clause had been different in the last draft Bill, by which provision was made that any town with not less than 1000 inhabitants might be proclaimed a city. Clause Ii-Disqualifications. Alderman Black directed attention to the omission of sub-section 1 bf elaine SS of the nld drnft II ill from tho present om;. ' Thia cliiùsu 'provided tot ' the' ? disqualification , or peraanH holding any place...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 August 1897

There are at present 32 patients in the Cairns District Hospital, bat two weeks ago the number wu -38. This is the highest figure which barbeen reached in Cairns since the completion of the second section ofthe Caims-Hcrberton railway. Dining .the last few weeks the receipts on the Caims-Mulgrave tramline have shown a considerable increase, and when the addi- tional rolling stock is available in a few weeks' time, the Cairns Divisional Board should begin : to » obtain -a steady revenue from thc line over and above all expenses. Hitherto the line has paid its way, and that in spite of the slack season and the heavy cost of hiring roiling stock from thc Railway Department. Last, week .1500 bunches of bananas were brought in on thc line, and this fruit traffic is bound to increase. ~ At Collingwood Police Court (says the " Australasian"), two women who had been arrested for using bad language, played a unique trick on the magistrates. ' They had been locked up all night in the cells. T...

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C. A. T. S. OPENING PROGRAMME. A SPLENDID HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 5 August 1897

C. A. T. S. OPENING PROGRAMME. A SPLENDID HOUSE. ^"Thc members of the. Çaïms. ~Amateur Theatrical Society gave their initial perform- ance in aid of the School of Arts in the Divis- ional Hall, on Wednesday evening 28th July. There was a very large audience present, and scating accomodation could not he provided for all who attended. Although the whole of the reserved seats (60 in number) had been booked, there was not the slightest hitch in the scating arrangements, which tor Cairns, may almost be accepted as a record. The performance was a variety minstrel entertain- ment and the stage effects were excellent. A new drop scene {thc C.A.T.S. own particular property,) had been painted especially for the occasion by Messrs. A. Hansen and A. F. Hunt, who are to be highly complimented upon their artistic skill as shown by this effort. The scene depicted a cats' concert on the tiles, after what must have been a very free and easy banquet. The roofs, chimney tops, and all other available ...

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A SHORT TALK ON BEING TRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

A SHORT TALK ON, BEING , A re) ou a working man, or a work in); man ora working woman 1 I don't mean ono who i< l>y classification, or l>y having been bom on the sinister side of certain lines of social clea\age, but solely because you daily do some sort of re.il, honest, aiid useful work? Yes ? I slinks your hand. 1 ho|)e yon manage to live by it without overdoing, and that (being still heart) and healthy) you sometimes; find yourself tired, dog-tired, and hungry as a wolf, with plenty.'ol'good feed for supper. Chen hey ! for bcd and a genuine sleep of eight boura ; to jump from bed io the morning, lioth fret on the, flour at once. That's the right kind of "tired." and ' the heaven-tlescended brand of rest. It ie a blessing in .itself, and bea's others in its train. But the vani ty of fatigue sn inany people are all thc time, writing us al-out is diff rent. Listen to this one for instand; :, " In September, 1893,"; he say-V "I was overcame dy a.feeling of .langour....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

SPECIAL TAILOR-MADE SUITS, in " Serge, Fancy Sergettea, Tweeds, «c., from 25a, ridiculously cheap and good, at P, Lennon's,

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Cairns A. P. & M. Association [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Cairns A. P. 4 M. Association A meeting of the members of the Com- mittee of the Cairns Agricultural, Mining and Pastoral Association was held in the office of the Secretary (Mr A. J. Draper) on Thursday afternoon last. Present : Messrs AV. «7. Munni (vice-President, in the Chair), Neal McLean, E. finnegan, G. W. Le Vaui, R. Sturt, P. J. Howley, J. G. Fearnley, and A. J¿ Draper (Secretary). . CORRESFONUKNCE. . Included in the correspondence dealt with wore the following letters : From Messrs. £lhot Bros.. McLennan aaa! Ctti'B;Harper aha Ot».'. Uta Mathjaál Inawranee Coy.v and th*Colonial tswajat' Kefining Coy., forwarding aaaount of their donations to the Special prize fund. From Mr. J. Wilkinson, on behalf of ,the Caima Band offering to quote the terms on which the l»nd would be willing to play at the Show grounds should the Society decide to retain their services. It was resolved to ask Mr. Wilkinson to state the price at which the Band would be willing to give their services. TEN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

THE Best Family Grocer for »Il kinds of *? Edibles is P. Lennon. , Cheapest and Best; A direct importer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

rpHE Best is always the Choapest .*- We therefore advise j'on to ask for KANDY KOOLA CEYLON TEA. llb and 51b tins. BURNS, PHILP & COY., Ltd., Agents. Shake the Bottle H THE OF INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. WEEKLY PAKSKXnua' .vxt» CAROO SERVICE ' ? FROM CAIIINS IO . GERALDTON ^ S.S. LAS« O'GOWRIK S: - (l35Tons), LUCINDA . ..-} WE ON ESDAY . . . ISrh August, TOWNSVILLE ) .' at.Si«..u. ; Transhipping i'a*8<Migers ¡uni Cargo into the S.S. " PBRWÏRINE," " TVRIAN," ¡uní "LEURA," having Townsville for ¡til Southern" Pin ts" every Saturdny. PitMoiiguis B.»ik«.l through to all S>ititherii Piirt-i. . CAIRNS TO SYDNEY VIA TOWNS ? . VILLE (ONLY) S.S. " BARRA- BOOL," Tuesday, Anglist 17th. MACKAY ROCKUAMl'TON MARYBOROUGH BRISBANE SYDNEY MELBOURNE ADELAIDE ALBANY FREMANTLE GERALDTON PEREGRINE LEURA TYRIAN FROM TOWNSVILLE Every SATURDAY. MM^^orage^ Eares. ^STEERAGE Passage Batesl For further particulars apply to WALSH & CO., Agents. APLIN, BROWN AND CO.. LTD., MERCHANTS AND...

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Woothakata Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Woothakata Difisional Board. Thc ordinary monthly meeting nf the Board waa held on Tuesday, August 3rd, in the Divisional Hall. Members present Messrs Brenden (Chairman), Richards, Cumming, Duffy, and Gielis. The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed, on tbe motion of Mr Cummings, seconded by Mr Duffy. The correspondence being read, the inward was received and the outward adopted, on the motion of Mr Richards, seconded by Mr (iielia. The following correspondence ' was then dealt with : From Mr. W. Keating, Tryconnell, stating thst he understood that the rates levied on miners were not to be collected, and on that account he with others had repaired the road between The Tryconnell and Kings, borough, and asking that this work be allowed to stand against the 10s rates doe. It was resolved that the 01erk.be instructed to inform Mr Keating that the rates on ordinary claims for the present year were not to be demanded, bat tost the motion did not refer to arrears of rates or rat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

HUGH FRASER, LICENSED SURVEYOR CIVIL ENGINEER. | Onie» ; DiTWOMt. HM*» Gtax*

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

DEPA.UTUKTS. August otb,-Warrego, s, Capt. Fleetwood, for Southern ports. Bums, Philp & Co., agents. August 5U1-Palmer, s,^ Captain Clarke, for Townsville via ports. Passengers: ¿Mr Shaw, Rev. Curtis, and 5 in the steerage. Bums, Philp & Co.-, agents. August 5 th-Aramac, s, Captain .Medley, for Cooktown. Passengers : Messrs Ryan, M'Chire, Walsh, Clarke, Taylor, and 3 in the steerage. Barns, Philp Sc Co., agents. August 7th-Aramac, s. Captain Medley, - for Melbourne Tia ports. Passengers: Misses ? Templeton, Kalil ;- ' Aresdames .Templeton,! ? Hides; ' Messrs McLoughlah,:. Butterworth, McCulIock,' and 6 in the steerage. Burns, Philp Sc Co., agents. . ' : ; . v Angnst 8th-Allinga, s, Captain Knight, for Melbourne via ports. Passengers : Mrs ' Lily; Messrs Griffith, Lilly, .Elger, Green- ham, and 3 in thc steerage. J. G. Fearnley, agent. = August nth-Adelaide, s, 'Captain Keir, for Port Douglas. Wabli à Co., agents. August nth-Lass O'Gowrie, Captain Mc- Kenzie, 'for Tow...

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A Distinguished Visitor. RIGHT REV. DR. HIGGINS. HIS OPINION OF THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

A Diitingaiihed ¥iiitor. RIGHT REV. DR. HIGGINS. HIS OPINION OF THE DISTRICT. The Right Reverend Doctor Higgins, ? Coadjutor-Bishop of Sydney, arrived in Cairns hythe Palmer on Thursday last. Dr. Higgins, who has been lately suffering from ill health, intended to go as far as Cooktown, but on learning that Bishop Hutchinson bad gone to Croydon, he decided to spend a few days in Cairns. The distinguished visitor was the guest of Rev. Father Corcoran at the Presbytery, during his stay in town. On Thursday morning he visited and inspected St. Monica's School and expressed himself as highly pleased-with the remarkably healthy and tidy appearance of tbe children, and as- serted that no children outside of Sydney had . given him a more favorable impression. Ow- ing to his intercession the children were given a day's holiday, so that, needless to say, they x- are looking forward anxiously to the Bishop's '"return. Accompanied by Father Corcoran, the Right Rev. gentleman went by the morn- i...

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MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

MOVEMENTS, The s.s. AraVvatta from Melbourne via ports, is due here to-day. The s.s. Palmer is due :from Townsville to- day^ - -' _ ' Ths s s. Amur is expected to arrive tb-, morrow from Sydney. ? The Q.R.M;S; Jumna from Brisbane is timed to arrive here on the 15th inst, ' The s. Tsinan, China Mail,-leaves Sydney on the~j 71b. inst, and is due herc on the 2înd inst. 'r " Hie s.s. Barrabool should arrive herc-, on Tuesday morning and will leave on the same day for Sydney via Townsville only.

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Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Hospital Committee. -:-W . .A special meeting of the Cairns Dis- trict Hospital Committee, was held in the Cjurt House on Friday last for the purpose of considering applications for , the itosition of Wardam an and Matron to the Institution. Present : E. À. Milford (President), J. F. Holis, T. S. Huiie, W. Shepherd, E.! Henri- que*, N. McLean, . Dr. Koch (Medical superintendant) and A. J. Draper (Secretary). ? Applications were received from the fulliwing:-Mr and Mrs Cook,. Mr and Urs Bradbury,-Mr and Mrs Still, Mr and Mrs J. H. Castles, and Mrs Balfour. Mr. T. S. Hope thought that the vacancies were not sufficiently adver- tised. The President, Slr. Milford, 'said that the appointment was bf sp much importance lim lhere was no hope of deciding the matter that day. On the . motion of Slr. Hollis, arconded by Mr. Shepherd, the appli- cations were left.over for further con- sideration until the ordinary monthly meeting on Monday.

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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone. Thursday Morning, August 12, 1897 MORE SCIENTIFIC MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone. nutter Komi»«. Aufut la, 1887 MORE SCIENTIFIC MINING. On Mondar last Messrs Newell an Munro formally took over the Quee Constance Mine from the tributors wh have held a month to month tribute The last crushing put through th mill by the tributors consisted < 70 tons, which averaged 1 bdwt to th ton. This stone was taken from a underhand stope at the 80ft level whet thc stone varied from zft 6in to 6ft i width. The new owners commis sioned Mr W. J. YV. Richards, lat Manager of the Homeward Bound, t make an inspection of the mine an report. In accordance with this repoi tender» will shortly be called for sink iatfav sajajfha ' shaft and pswijga in ;, nice specimens were obtained fror the stope where the. tributors las worked. How this stone fcame to b missed is one or those things whicl are inexplicable except to those wh have a knowledge of the mysteriou manner in which Gold Mines ar sometimes worked. The Q...

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