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Publisher's Notice. The Cairns "Post." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

Publisher's Notice. The Cairns "Post." Au Independent Journal of North Queensland. An impartial recorder ol current events, mining developments in the Far North, Agricultural, past- oral, social, shipping and ' general heirs. The "Post" hos numerous and well-informed contributors in the \-arious centres of population throu- ghout North Queensland, and Special Correspondents in the metropolitan cities of tlie Commonwealth. Local- ly, it advocates, in the first place and nil the time, the requirements of , l,r. rlicfWi-t in "-ll i pll if ia nul lilli i ell ed, the rich and .extensive territory known aa tho ("Cairns Hinterland. Its aim, from a political point of view, is to advocate thc cause of Sound Progress, Just Government, Constitutional Liberty, and the en- couragement of Private Enterprise and Individual Effort. The "Post" stands upon its merits as a "news-" paper, special care being. taken to keep its readers well informed daily with regard to matters of interest in tho Commonw...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ZULU REVOLT. SERIOUS SITUATION. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

THE ZULU REVOLT. SERIOUS SITUATION. LONDON, Wednesday. Diniailu, thc Zulu chief, is sending emissaries throughout }£ululahd, Na- tal, Swaziland, Basutoland, and Pon dolond with the result that tho Zjulus are reported i to be mobilising in small numbers, and two of thc most powerful Natal tribes, totalling 9000 fighters are restless and preim i-cd to co-operate with the Zluibis should tho latter rebel. Router's; agency states that tho lighting strength of the Zulus is es- timated nt 30,000.. They have a large number of rifles and consider- able ammunition, but. a number of rifles and a quantity, of ammunition arc also Dinizulu's. -Tho intentions of Dinizulu are un- known. It is understood that Gene- ral 1 Colenso is urging their surrender. The authorities are preparing for all emergencies. There aro 1500 troops ready for Zululand. Thc mili- tia! is being mobilised and recruited up :to full strength of 3500. Tho im- pending mobilisation of all the re- serves will give a total force of...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

K X * 2 K X Ki * - The whole ol the Christian world will shortly bo . KX ^--t extending tho hand ol friendship, peace and good-- ^ )^ -will and wishing all and sundry, ? (5 K 2 *pT -:- THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. - ^ yr X Qi -. The giving1 and receiving oî appropriai» and Sea-- Tt K . « , : " i ^ , v V -'.-sonablo Gifts will bo the order ot.the »day, and -:---- ,. \ ~. , O yr : . i ^íy&iiS^ -W, .jrCjiU^ag^-:- " ^ fr ' ' > t ^ <" . . .? ¡ s X ^ -:- inbrpensn-c-and useful, our present complete ,' « ----- . . Y Qi X ?^ *, --? showing of Chrstmas Gifts will como as d rave- -;--- ^ ^ . . -:- lation of ; completeness. - X K . 2 ^ -- ? We say truthfully that wo have never before- ^ - opened up such exquisit Jewellery Goods- ^ yr - The whoie of ¿ur Show Cases and Windows _ X R _ 2 - simply scintillate with Bright and New _ ^ ?C -_ CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS. - 0 K ; . Ö K -:- We can fit your fancy and your pocket. -- O K 2 .- A visit of inspection in no way commits you to...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Political Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

Political Pars. Thc announcement that Mr. Jamos Lyons will contest the Cairns scat hag been received locally - with ex- treme satisfaction. Many former Kidston supporters express their in- tention to openly assist Mr. Lyons in his candidature. / I '».». Advices from the South state thaV Mr. Philp is rapidly gaining sup- porters from those who formerly, until his fall, were strong adher- ents of Mr. Kidston. ' ; I . » . . Thc Warwick scat is going to bc an easy win for a Ministerial candidate ot the forthcoming election, in' that electorate tho seccession^from tie Kid' stonito ranks includes many influen- tial men. . ."»»»» Our Croydon correspondent wires that Mr. Creneh's 'chances of ré- élection are absolutely certain. The respectable portion of the mining community will vote for him to a mon-and woman. Arrangements! pre being mado to give thc member for Croydon a grand reception on his ar- rival next Sunday. . * * * There was some talk of W. S. Mur- phy not being a contestant for ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LENGTHY LITIGATION. DISPUTED WILL CASE. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

LENGTHY LITIGATION, DISPUTED WILL CASE,. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. . A protracted law suit is again be- fore the State Full Court. The dis- puted will casa of Bennett v. Booty which has been before the Supreme Court in various farms for the last five years, is now hoing brought for ' wasd by way of] appeal from the de- cision given by Slr. Justice Cussen. The action was originally brought to determine who was entitled to an estate variously valued at from £80, 000 to £100,000. The testator was William Henry Seville Osmond, of Stawell, grazier, who died on March 11th, lOOl. He Mt a will, dated tho Í5th; October, 1906, in which his estate. *Wa& - bequeathed to .bas noxt of-kin. Numerous claims-, were sent in, and' alter ii lengthy hearing Mr. Justice Cussen decided in favor of Mrs. Fharlotto Elizabeth Moule, the wife of a poor bootmaker 'at Devon- port, near Plymouth, England, whc. claimed to be a niece of the testator on her father's side. She died, ¿nd as no representatives were l...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The State Emotions. Latest Developments. Kidston and Labour. CROYDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

¡The State Emotions. Latest Developments. Kidston and Labour., CROYDON. Wednesday." Great preparations oro being mndi to give Mr. V. Creagh an enthusins tie reception on his return herc 01 Sunday. He hos gained much populai support since he went-to Parliament and his re-election is assured. BRISBANE, Wcanesdny A meeting of the W.P.O. for (tl'C electorate of Brisbane North, which was hold Inst night, was well attend- ed. The political situation generally was discussed, nlso' the question Ji running straight Labor «candidates foi' the constituencies at thc scorning elections. Nothing definite "was arri- ved at and tho meeting was adjourn- ed to Tuesday jiext. It is stated that Messrs P* O'Sulli- van and E. C. Barton pro likely to stand as Ividstonites' for iBrisbane North. A telegram from Hughenden states there is a liklihood of Mr. L. Gold ¡ring contesting ¡tho Flinders as a Government supporter. Mr. Goldring was formerly member of the Assem- bly and intended to contest thc scat at t...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GOLD FAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

THE GOLD FAMINE. The payment by Hussia to ¡Japan of nearly five millions sterling from moneys held" by the Bank of England may or may not have a perceptible effect upon the gold famine. Japan is too^poor to leave so large a sum un- used, and the probability is that hw Government had /already drawn ag- ainst it. Notwithstanding thc failure of plr. Pierpont Morgan to arrange witli the Bank of France for a three million advance in gold, the metal is ?M'.fePRuvine ^into America from the of»-tho>demtmdî^^c^K^8Çmïin<Âls'i; worth -has been already;""aïjsdrbcâî* Tho j Bank of Franco is, it seems, dis- counting small parcels of commercial bills to enable their customers-who ?aro leading; French firms-to purchase American eagles at a premium, they not being in circulation in Franco, ¡although no doubt held in consider- able' sums by Americans living there and; others doing business with them. The( object is to keep down tho rate of exchange, on London, and prevent, so far as pos...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VISIT OF ENGLISH CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

VIS.IT OF ENGLISH CRICKETERS. " The' scries of. matches against an English eleven to begin this after- noon is the seventh in om* cricketing history. We have no great' hope of victory, but it is confidently expect- ed that our men will put up a good fight,; as they did four years ago, nnd that Queensland^ players privileg od to' witness the.matches will enjoy a really, creditable opxosition of the national game: ' Most of our team are iu¿trórrolitán; flayers; - btit' Toowoora- ? lia,'" Bundabecg^' and Roma" dre"' each represented by a man. The defeat of the ^ew South Wales team, last Monday -by '400 runs ? was a tremendous surprise to oui- Queens- land'cricketers, and they are "justly hopeful of being able to do some- thing better than that.

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

DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBROCA- TION for RHEUMATISM. f IjmV KODAKS f J SUPPLIES J Tl Illustrated Catalogue posted free. W I à EAEEDTCrTON & CO. Lti J i V S3 anim ST. BSISBASU ¥ I 1 ALSO SYDNEY. \ H. MILLS, Resident Dentist, Chillagoe, :; MAY BE CONSULTED ON ALL BRANCHES. OE DENTISTBY» ; 1 H J.Bulcock, Spence-st Cairns. Full Stocks of Hardway Machiaery, Oil ? ?Engines, Fire- arms, ammunition, Building Materials,', GaÎYanisod Iron and Tools for all Trades, Household Utensils. PL&m 8t FÄWCY WINDOW GLASS. .;:LIM.Ë & CESVSEL^T STOCKED. AGENT .FOR-International Harvester Co., of America. " -The Famous Sanders Disc Plow, and all Agricultural , Implements. .. AGENT-THE LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY. . Country Customers' Orders. Prompt!y Supplied at Lowest Current Rates ,ISLES & Go., LIMITED. "THE BIG- BLOCK!' BRISBANE. 'And at Maryborough (Q ) ; MurwiUumbnh IN. 'S. W.) and London. J." 1 ' ' Have -opened 'ot > th eir Samplo'-Hooin,'''"0' - -r"i-Jr*...

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

FURNITURE Best Quality ! Newest Designs ! BEDSTEADS. - In endless designs,, either iFour poster or; Half Tester, 4ft. din., 3ft. 6in., 3ft., and 2ft. 6in. MATTRESSES. Of every size, Kapoc or Fibre. cither in wire, Sly new premises, 33ft. by 160ft., are ' fully stocked with every re -:quisite. necessary, for a well. . furnished house. SILKY OAK, CED AK AND PINE . Bedroom Suites, Wardrobes, Chests of Drawers, Duchess Chests, Toilet Tablesi Washstands, and Side- boards. STRAW SUITES. The very latest for tho Tropica. T W-_- w-áX, . ' , , BAMBOO AND PITH SUITES, I ?flWART. , . WICKER WARE. RATTAN CHAIRS S^- A-iiT%r - ¿ ,l r , AND LOUXGES. . ', »JSSMSV" i-V«^-r?*-'Ä fi&èi&fri*tyjt^My- selection Jai good. _* -.Inspect for PnCßS ! BAMBOO BLINDS : In ali sizes. CROCKERY and GLASSWARE : At Bedrock prices. V TOILET SETS.-A Speciality. LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS & RUGS. Write for Quotations. KITCHEN WARE, ENAMEL WARE. TUBS, BUCKETS & BRUSHWARE; | STOVES. CUTLERY and E.P...

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"NOT UNDERSTOOD." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

"NOT UNDERSTOOD.1" That pathetic little poem of T. H. Bráckcrs we all know. well, and: our life's experience testifies to the truth of every word. There is< anoth- er poem "not understood'.' and that is the "Great Yoghee Nitibur'.'-a poem of comfort and relief. This is unknown to many poor sufferers and not. understood by those who don't ?uffer any more than is the discov- erer. ' But they had better take time by the forelock, and understand that it is the name of the Crowning Point in Liniments, rarely > failing to give ease even where it does not effect a perfect cure. If it does not. nothing will. So, .when you get Rheumat- ism, Sprains, Stiff Joints, or any sort of pain, try Great Yoghec Niti- bur Liniment, and you. will .under- stand its value. It is only 2/6, but is worth its weight in silver. The Great Yoghee Ointment, too, must be understood to be the best yet pre- pared, and only 1/6; and tho Great Yoghee Cachets are the best thing for bronchial troubles-price...

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Labour v. Capital. "A RHETORICAL FLIGHT." RESENTED BY PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 5 December 1907

labour v. Capital. "À RHETORICAL FLIGHT." ¡ RESENTED BY PARLIAMENT:, During a discussion in'-the; House o Representatives' recently on the mai contract question several- member resented the 'rcmarli mude on ? the pre vious evening by " 'Mr: Josiah Thom ns, the Labour member for tho Bar Her, (New South Wales) and a luj Methodist preacher,' who, in inovint his socialistic ' amendment on behn] of his pai-ty, declared that the Cham borsl of Commerce jivould crucifj Christ for 30 pieces fc; silver. . . Mr. Knox (Vic.) said that it-was ah outrageous slander, and; ono thal had not been made in the heat of de- bate. íHcar;-hear). ? ?" Sir John Forrest (W.A.:. Ho had that Acitton down in his notes. Mr. Knox said that'if such u. re- mark, had not been made by a prom- inent ^rienücr-of the Labour party, but by some person who morely dis- played his own ignorance,-^ it ; .would not have been of sufficient importance to call attention to. On tho contra- ry, however, tho" unfortunate remark had b...

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ENTERTAINING AN ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 6 December 1907

ENTERTAINING AN ENEMY. Don't entertain a chronic running sore or wounds. Cure it with Dr. Sheldon's ]}fagnetic Liniment. Price ls'6d and !ls. Qbt&inable at all Chemists and Storekeepers. DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBROCA- TION for RHEUMATISM.

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HE HAD A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 6 December 1907

"HE HAD A HORSE. >onnjriifiv?n:inr¿Ilnt^»C4sn^8til>]octorl *.toi;<w new sort of confidence trick. Our" Hat hurst correspondent, (says "S.U. Telegraph").relates how a well-dress-' cd visitor, reading in the newspapers that one of .the best local residences was for sale, made inquiries as to cost and so forth, and during his in- vestigations came into contact with several leading men, hy whom lie wus hospitably entertained. Having made their acquaintance, ho told them he, was going to Sydney to bring his' wife and family to Bathurst, but that he; intendi-d to call at Lithogow: where he had a good horse' running nt the races. He suggested that his friends might like to avail themsel-: ves of thc opportunity of making a profitable bet. Five or six o'f them fell victims, and entrusted him with an aggregate, sum of £30 or £40 to invest for them. The stranger has not since been heard of, and is be- lieved Ly .the police to bo identical with n man who did not appear wlJen c...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WHITE LABOUR IN BUNDABERG. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 6 December 1907

WHITE LABOUR JX BUNDABERG.! A correspondent to thc Brisbane "Telegraph" ' of tho 27th inst., writ-f cs in the following trenchant fashion on^ the white labour conditions, in connection with thc sugar industry! in Bundaberg:-VI' have just returned from a norther trip, and would like> you; to publish - p- few remarks which V j wish to 'moto in support of thc pub-1 lishcd interview with Mrs, Leslie Cor. He. Slr. Howman condemned thc re- mark's made by Mrs. Corrie,, when inj Melbourne,, relative to the white .la- bour now operating in . thc northern towns, especially Bundaberg, which town has been mentioned. Her re- marks, were very limited,'but I *as one. who took particular notice) can substantiate them. In Bundaberg to-, fl&Ytí¥Au¿couJd4 muster150 (at Jha Jl»£ïre$t1t«yi^^ drunV«n|i whito . men, ' who perhaps wórkeil ' on thc field a few weeks until they gath- ered sufficient to satisfy their crav- ings for drink; there they are, just pirture them. The public houses have th...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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RESIDENCE FOR A MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 6 December 1907

RESIDENCE FOR A MINISTER. If is stated foy a contcmpiorary that as a. movement is on foot at irvinebank to provide" a house fo .thc Anglican : minister. At present the Clergy House lis reported to .consist of an ordinary miner's teir at tho back ol" the church.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AMBULANCE LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 6 December 1907

AMBULANCE LECTURES. A series of Ambulance lectures will be continued by Dr. Tyrie on Sun- day next at .3 p.m. in the Ambulance Centre, when a general resume of the previous lectures will be gone through.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Produce Report. STATE OF THE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 6 December 1907

Produce Report. STATE OF THE MARKET^ A local, firm. received thc following I .ívport , front, their Brisbane . agents ' by toe last mail:- ., , . ; ¿ . ' jU'aiiae.-HJwiiig uto- .recent ', rains,, ' which have had thc, aQcut of easing all "fines,, naturally ¡ maize has eased in sympathy, und, to-day small, quan- tities can be purchased,at 4/1'l j i.o.b We aro; having, such : nice rains. herc, that . there seems every indication ol' our market' further rccedint., but only from this'fact that t Southern mar- kets arc falling daily and naturally this market will bc gauged purely by Southern values. , I Bran and Pollard.-Both these lines are very , f weak. To-day sales have j been made at £6 fer . fresh .bran; ' while pollard can , bc. secured at ¿o ' 2s 6d. At thc moment, neither lines are gcoxl buying. and: there arc au- "j xious sellers but buyers are hurd .t.o lind. 1 will not bc surprised to. see a big fall take , place within tho next j fortnight. . * Lucerne .Chart.-No. prime samp...

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AN ESCORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 6 December 1907

ÀN ESCORT. Constable McLnuchlin, arr vied ; bv the ÍVddoñga yesterday from Towns ? Mlle- escorting two aboriginal boys who are bound for the Yarrabah Mis- sion Station. ; -

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIAN BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 6 December 1907

TîNOLANl) V. AUSTRALIAN' URTSIUNE, WiHliiowluy. Macartney, Cotter (ind S. K. (iro K«ry. who aro-to take nurt In tlie match Eleven of Australia v. ling land, commencing nt ? BHflbaiw rn Friday, arrived by tho ? mail train to-night. Armstrong, Saunders. Tar- rant and McAlistcr, who will also fi- guro in the same match ; loft Mel- bourne to-day »ni will n>ji\o in Brisbane on Friday night

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