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

VOU true flavor and aroma, KANDY " KOOLA CE YON TEA. cannot bo jil ' ? aKJaUTB, tWUJF ak Oar.. - IVtaT., agents, . NICHOLAS FYNN, Auctioneer A Commission AGENT. MACROSSAN STREET, Port ItoutfUe**.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

BRIEFS. The little function arranged in connexion I with the distribution of Naval Brigade badges at thc Drill Shed passed off splendidly. Well done our Lady Mayoress. And what is more, a pair of gloves was an I nexed from the Mayor who made a bet to this I extent with hts better half. He was mean enough to say that the £10 speech would be something like this.-" It ! suipicioa«, beg- pardo» taai ainai orriaiiia (mia* "Goodacsagraaoas'lVe forgotten the jolly thing) but "er 'cr 1 I'm very pleased to ?resent yon with these ten rifles, dear me ho mean ten ponnds and I hope you will do 1 the money np wisely no, no I dont ateaa that (aside-"O lor what </a I mean? ob, I re- member.") and I hope you will long be spared to take yow proper place ia the ran lei of thtxe engaged in the laadable manufacture of eyes Cor the poor bond bulla," The idea

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barron Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Barron Divisional Board. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Barron Divisional Board was held in thc office of the Secretary on Tuesday last. Present-Messrs Neil McLean (Chairman), R. A. Tills, W. Mason, R. Hampe, J. J. Fallon, and £>. Thomatis. ; CORRESPONDENCE. Included in the correspondence dealt with were the following communications : From A. May, protesting against thc re- quest of Mr C. P. Anderson for a portion of the main road along the railway line ir compensation of the line going through his selection. From the Biboohra Meat Works, asking !oi a certificate of notice to close a road. BUSINESS FROM CORRESPONDENCE. On the motion of Mr Tills it was décidée to at once comply with the request of thi Biboohra Meat Works re certificate of notio to close a road. Regarding Mr May's letter, it was decided on the motion of Mr Tills, seconded by M Mason, that thc letter lie upon thc table till ; reply was received from the Government re garding the matter. STSik-rnr. A R ATE. The ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

. '? " - USE CAIRNS RICE AND PEPPER . . Grown in the Dwtnct, and inanufac : .'*'. :'. tared locally at the " CAIRNS, RICE, COFFEE, »nd SPICE MILLS, - . . Esplanade, Cairns. - R; ; WALSH & Co., AGENTS. 1 """""^"TT§I!T>!ïH^,T'-mm " MYOLA" o o rrsB, Crown st Myola, near Ramm Fallt, Caima, N.Q. The Registered Brand it) a» Alligator. _ WALSH & Co., SOLE AGENTS.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

SHipyrao. ' -" ARRIVALS* August 5th-Warrego, s, Capt. Fleetwood, from Cooktown. Passengers: Mr Jardine, and 3 in the steerage. Bums, Philp & Co., agents. August 5th-Aramac, s, Capt. Medley, from Southern ports. Passengers: Misses Stephens, Lampard ; Mesdames Stephens, Prewett, Madden, McCreedy ; Messrs Mc Cullock, Gallagher, Rose, Clark, Candish, and 9 in. the steerage. Burns, Philp & Co., agents. . : August 5Ü1-Palmer, s, Capt. Clarke, from Townsville via ports. Passengers: Mr J. Newell, and 5 in thc steerage. Bums, Philp. & Co., agents. August 6th-Kingswcar, s, Capt Robinson from Maryborough, with coal for the dredge. The Captain, agent. . . August 7th-Allinga, s, Captain Knight, from Melbonme via ports. ' Passengers : Miss Gribble ; Messrs Griffiths, Graham, Baird, Elger, and 8 in the steerage. J. G. Fearnley, agent. August 7th-Aramac, s, Captain Medley, from Cooktown. Passengers : Misses Flem- ing, Shepherd ; Messrs Wilkinson (2), Birch, Fleming," Keating...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

A.TJ.S.N. CO., Ltd. ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE; f^HE Steamers of.the above Company- are I intended to sail as under : Townsville Bowen ' Mackay".-. '? -- .Rockhampton . 'Gladstone ; ; ; ; i "?? «.»Bundaberg ."- ' : . ' .Maryborough Brisbane ,''';f ;C"'-<'' Sydney Melbourne " {Adelaide^ {Albany {Freemantle {Geraldton {Cossack, and other West . , Australian ports : Geraldton ' 7 " 1 - Mourilyan Cardwell Dungeness , : ... ,. TOOT wilie ARAWAITA, 14th Port Douglas Cooktown JThursday Island^ ^Normanton ^Burketown PALMER, TO-DAY ARAWATA, To-IJAY .Transhipping n Keppel Bay. ^Transhipping at Cooktown. } Transhipping at McllMurne. Vor further particulars apply to 'BURNS, PHILP à CO., LIMITED, .-. . A - - - -j-fiAiBii -TIÏE Adelaide Steamship COMPANY, LIMITED. Passenger and Cargo Serrice BETWEEN CAIRNS AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA {VIA PORTS). CAIRNS TO SYDNEY IN SIX DAYS. S S. " South Australian." ^2* orv èf S.S. "Allinga." m S.S.»AU," if WILL bc despatched weekly from Fearnley's Wharf F...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND. CROYDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

QUEENSLAND. CBOVDOX, Tuesday. The Miners' Union in Croydon, have de- cided lo resist the proposed reduction in wages. BRISBANE, Tuesday. Sir Chas. Lilley at latest, was reported to be slowly sinking, and his end is expected at any moment. The Treasurer delivered his Budget Speech last.night, and the House then adjourned. The anticipated revenue for the past financial year was £3,677,950 and the actual amount received was £3,613,000. : The imports for the decade ending ito6," amounted to £52,000,000, compared with £39,000,000 for the previous ten years and the exports were £68,000,000 as compared with £51,000,000 for the previous corresponding period. The probable receipts for the next financial year were .¿3,699,725 and the receipts ¿3,671,761

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Coffee in Jamaica. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Coffee in Jamaica. The area under Coffee cultivation in Jamaica is estimated -at 25,559 acree, while the value of the produce exported list year was £284,822. Tn 1892-93 it was of the value of £342,136. Tho coffee ci op of the ¡«land therefore reaches a value in some years nearly equal to that nf both sugar and rum. One interesting feature connected with the cultivation of Blue Mountain coffee is the increasing area owned by peasant cultivators. These have bought por- tions of the abandoned coffee estates and by careful manuring have obtained large crops which sro sold in the cherry to neighboring plantatious which thus act as Centrai Factories, In this way the market value of the produce is greatly increased-the cortie fetching prices in some cases equal to those of good Blue Mountain coffee. There is a most promising field for further de- velopment in this direction, both in the Blue Mountains and in the Coffee Dis- tricts of Manchester. It has been con- clusively proved that by j...

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. LONDON, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Wednesday's News by Wira LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. _ . . . Losóos: Tao*. Three hundred otota deaths,, due to the cholera, ara reported from B-juhey, and the mortality has now reached nearly 70 per 10» rf population. À serions riot occurred on Monday in eonaeetioa with the cleansing operations by the troops. A body of na tires resisted the invasion of a temple where a Urge Kamber of cholera victims wera sheltered. Shots wera fired at the troops, who charged toe - mob with bayoneta. C.S. Congress has replied to Germany's protest against the- imposition of a daty on bounty-fed beet sugar equal to the aasoaat of the bounty. The reply states that if Germany has the right to aid her industries by granting a bounty, the United States has a similar right to protect' ita indostries by preventing forebjn boanty:fed sugars taking the place of home nude sugars. It ba» transpirad that owing to the expto aion of the cartridge depot at Bastebak, on the Danube, over 150 people were ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Hodgkinson Note«. [BY AN OCCASIONAL CORRMPONPÏNI.] Mr. Enright visited Thornborough last week, and I hear lia 1ms obtained lix months further exemption for the leasea he is interested in, namely, Black Ball, Leviathan, and Explorer. Not being able to procure money in the colonies for the development of the mines he is going to try John Bull in the old country. The Warden, Mr. Haldane drove Mr. Peterson, tho Sen. Audit Inspector, over from Herberton and' stayed here until Tkaraday morning, being engaged clearing I up tba business of the office so that Mr. willi«-, - amr-" mvlr * pru«« ul »J «jassaaar * Warden, would have a clean sheet to start with. Tho appointment of an acting Warden for this goldfield has given genoral satis- faction, more especially as the mantlo of office has fallon on our genial Mining Registrar, Mr. Williams. At the Union, Bob Clarke has had a small crushing of 22 tons for 32 ounces smelted gold. Huxley and Dickenson had a trial crushing from the same line whic...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

NEW SOUTH WALES. SIDNEY, Wed. . The sinke at the Lucknow Mine ts < still maintained. Every' precaution against damage to the property has been taken by the management. At a ballot held on Thursday to decide whether the ' strike should be declared off, the poll resulted in a decision to keep the strike up. Several strikers bave been prosecuted for trespass on the property, and fines »-ere inflicted.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cairns Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Cairns Racing Club. A meeting oft"e Committee of the Cairns Racine Club was held in the office of the Secretary (Mr A. J. Draper) on Thursday, S th inst. Present-Messrs Neal McLean (in the chair), H. Fraser, P. J. Howley, W. J. Munro, E. Donegan, W. Lennon, and A. J. Draper (Secretary). The Chairman stated that the business of the meeting was to receive tendets for the clearing of the track, and consider tba'report of those gentlemen who had been appointed to canvass the town. Mr Howley stated that Mr A. Keeble and himself had been appointed to collect sub- scriptions, but as; Mr Keeble had not called for him according to agreement, nothing had been done in the '.matter so far as he was concerned. " ' ?'? The Chairman ' (Mr McLean) said that Messrs E. Donegan, P.. J. Howley, and A. Keeble had been appointed to act as can- vassers.' Mr Fraser pointed oat that it was neces- sary to know now the funds stood before any tenders could be accepted. The Chairman (Mr McLean) said that the pr...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Japanese - Storekeeper, CAIRNS. JMtS« S» Qa ¿HITSVJ,, BroKiEBirn, Sácm Brun,Caiunv HAS a Im and Select STOCK of JAPANESE SILKS. Sac ala» auk« a Speciality of Japaaese Carina, Jana, ame Tables, Basket«, etc., etc, Japanese Bsaaboo Hats, Japaaese Tlsned FSsk, Pte senred Ganse, etc Her prices are exception* ally cheap. asad Cantease» ca* rety opoa the eery highest qsaBty of all goods. MBS. &"7TM1TBU, 1ACHS STREET, CAJFJilj,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. D. Butterworth's [?]ale-dictory. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Mr. ti. Butterworth'. Vale- dictory. Mi*. D. Butterworth, who for the peet two years and a half has been accountant in the local branch of the Q. N. Bank has been promoted to a similar position in the Gympie branch and left on Saturday by the Aramac to take np his duties in that town. Mr. Butterworth stayed in Towns- ville on his way down and waa yesterday married to Miss Burns, daughter of the late Mr. J. Burns formerly M.L.A. for Townsville. Prior to his departure Mr. Butterworth was entertained at Mrs. M. M. Ream's Court Honse Hotel on Saturday afternoon by a number of leading business men. The Mayor (Mr. A. J. Draper) occupied the chair and after the toast of the guest and his intended wife had been heartily drunk and feelingly responded to, Mr. Draper on behalf of those present handed over to Mr.' Butterworth a basket of cutlery aa a mark of the respect in which he waa held in the town. The speeches throughout were of a meist eulogistic ehaventar and dealt. with Mr. Butter wort...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

NOTES AND NOTICES. We have to acknowledge receipt of a cop of the first issue of the labor paper issue by the Cairns Co-operative Society. Cane-cutting at Hameldon plantation wa started yesterday.' The mill starts crashing o Friday next. Poor old Jonathan Gilmore died c pneumonia at the Hospital on Thursday las The old fellow who lived in a humpy by hin; self was a well known character in Cairns Revd. FathetJCorcoran was unable to vis Mareeba last week owing to the absence < Revd. Father O'Brien who went to Geralc ton. His visit has been postponed for a fori night. Mr George Walton has been appointe Inspector of Bridges on the Cairus-Mulgrav tramway - line. Mr Walton is an old an much respected resident in this district, an bas had a large experience of bridge work. At the Land Court, held before Mr Com missioner Shepherd on Friday last, th application of C. H. V. Storey for a selectioi of 160 acres, palish of Formatiue, was con ditionally approved. The Biboohra Meat Work...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

: ' Coming Events. Summary af Kreita artrertand u the " Poa t" wil «ppm under this heading etch Issue. August 13 Msgic Luttera Lecture at Methodist - Church. August 14 Dance at Malgrave Milt Tenden close, Improvement« Mulgrave - Racecourse. August 16 Meeting, Presbyterians, at Mr Cairns office. August 17 Tenders close, Sinking Shaft, &c, Ma- reeba Jubilee Mine. August 19 Tenders close, Scrub Clearing, Junction . . ' ?' Creek. ' '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Commercial. Messrs Goldsborough, Mort Sc Co., Sydney, under special report on the produce market under date 31st july, as follows :- ' : SheepsHiis.-Full,woolled, 4¡d to'.'5d ; medium, 3 Jd to 4(1 ; shorts, ld to 3d per' lb. ? Hidts.-Heavies^' 3jd 'to 4jd ¡ médiums, 3d to 3jd; lights, 2jdto 3$d perlb.7'' . TaHaiu.-Mutton,'£l$ 15s to ¿ 16 losj beef and mixed, ¿14 15s to £i¡ ios per ton. Thc demand for hides still continues very good and every line receives good attention, 1 except those of licky description, which are dull of sale. ??'.'.-,' . ' The favorable cible from London re Tallow caused this market to improve from'$s to 7s 6d per ton, and the sales closed with a strong enquiry.'' ? -'; ":" :'- ' . The very encouraging reports' received for scoured wools induced buyers to compete for all' lines of sheepskins, except crossbreds, which were easier and diScult of sole,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Return of Polynesian Savings Bank Operations at Cairns. FROM IST APRIL TO 30TH JUNE, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 12 August 1897

Return of Polynesian Savings Bank Operations at Cairns. FROM IST APRIL TO 30TH JUNE, :;: ,-\ .; /---' 1897- \' saving of Kanaan ra the Cairas district. . : Amount to credit of 140 . ' ? Islanders31/3/97 ..1109 91 Amount received from ?': - Islanders from 1/4/97 ' < to 30, 6/97 .. .209 9 8 . : . , .. ; . ?-1318 18 9 Amount . withdrawn . from Savings Bank 90 17. 3 -90 I? 3 Amount to credit of 155 Islanders on "' 30/6,97 .. : ... 1228 i 6

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

Wanted. WANTED -Good General SERVANT. Knowledge plain cooeing; Ide. Apply Miss EDITH DRAPER, . " Poet," Cairns. HOUSE1. waated iJ^jtJLgmmiJm** . weekly faadraace. Apply at once, by letta-, with particulars tn X.YJL, care of Morningfost. _ . WANTED, . Threo or Four Roomed COTTAGE; rent ottered 10a per week, payable monthly in advance. Ap dress "Alpha," care "Moniiag Poer," WANTED.-YOUTH, to ásete himself useful in onice and Auction Mart. Apply, at once, A. J. DRAPER. DENTISTRY. MR. G. B. HAINES, R.D.S., VICTORIA, Will Remain at Hid*»' Hotel, -.CAIRNS,-. UNTIL SATURDAY NEXT HE will visit MAREEBA on Sunday and Monday, and will be in HER- BERTON on Thursday, 19th August, and two following days. HIS NEXT VISIT TO CAIRNS Will I» towards tU end ol Oeaaab^aaxt,

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

TT"AN DY KOOLA CEYLON TEA -". has been tried and acquitted of con- taining any properties injurious to digestion. BURNS, PHILP & COY., Ltd., Agents.

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