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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

DEPARTirUS. August 14-Amur, s, Captain Hears, for Southern port». Adelaide S.S. Cn. Ltd., agents. August 14-Australian, s. Captain 1*. Helms, for Sydney, via ports. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. August 15-Araivatta, s, Captain F. G. Lee, for Southern ports.. Passengers : Mrs. Balfour, Messrs. Munro, , Innes, Hirons, Petersen, McClure, Wright, Gurney, Tre size ami 23 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co. agents. August IG-Jumna Q.R.M.S,, Captain Sanders, for London, via ports. Passen- gers: Mr. IL De Moleyn«, and ll in the steerage. Burns, 'Philp ami Co., agents. August 14-Amur, s, Captain Mears, for Sydney, via ports. Passenger: Mr. Good- year. J. G* Fearnley, agent. August IS-Adelaide, s, Captain Ksr, for Port Douglas." Passengers : Mr. W. H. If artall and one in the steerage. ? August 18- Lass o'Gowrie, s, Captain McKeuzie, for Townsville.- Passengers : 10 in the steerase. V, alsh and Co., agents. August IS-Adelaide, 8, Captain Keir, for Townsville. Walsh and Co., agents. August 1...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

CLEMENTS TONIC IMS STOOD THE . TEST OF TIME. IS NOT A QUACK. NOSTRUM BUT A RELIABLE- . PHABMACEUTIGAL PREPARATION. POSITIVELY CURES - INDIGESTION, * NEURALGIA,. WEAKNESS, GENERAL DEBILITY, LIVER AND KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. READ THIS CASE. Mr. E. G. Boyd, Adelaide, S.A., writes on October 10th, 1895 :-" I am »bout to start for West Australi s bnt before leaving I feel it my duty to write my most sincere thanks for the benefit I have received, from your valuable Clements Tonic. For nine years I suffered from liver complaint. Although I spent a lob of money on doctors and every conceivable remedy, I got no better, inftct I "was getting worse. Seven months ago J read one of your phamphlets, and noting cases similar to mine, I resolved to try some. I did so, and soon discovered that I had the right remedy at last. I nsed it regularly for three months, when I felt aa well as ever, and have, not suffered since.-I am, yours respectfully,' E. T. Boyd; Adelaide, South Australia." . " . , BAMBOO! C...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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From Our Point of View. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

From Our Point of View. m_": ."I Our cable new« in this issue « J?wiu doubüessbe read with a KOBH'; good deal of interest by the minera and prospectors of this district. Fro« far-off Canada, and from the most inaceasible portion. of British North America, cosses news which, if but a trifle of it is true, ia sufficient to make .the Unod pulse faster in the veins of the gold-aeekera of Australia. ' The Klondyke rush bas been the current topic of con venation for roany weeks past in nearly every mining camp tn North Queensland, and already a. few prospectors possessed of t means, have quickly . booked their punges and sailed fnr tbs nearest port to the Klondyke, ' a description of whose marvellous mineral wealth reads like a page from the " Arabian Nights." I Gold on all aides,' nothing but gold, and intense cold and terrible hardships fdr those who hare the nerve to face the horrors of a British Columbia winter. The New Guinea myth of untold wealth has ex- ploded, and hundreds of men,...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hooley, the Millionaire. BROUGHT BEFORE THE HIGH COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

Hooley, the Milüönaire. BROUGHT BEFORE THE HIGH COUKT. The following significant report of i law case against - Air Millionair) Hooley appears- in .{he " Times " tr. hand by last mail :-" In . the Qneen'i Bench Division of the High Com t las I week, Ijefore Mr Justice Grantham and Mr Justice Wi ight, the .cue' of 'Reid v. Hooley' came on a iwint of law rained on the pleading, The plaintifl is Robert C. Reid, and the defendant! ara- Ernest Tenth : Hooley and M. F. Rocker, The plaintiff claimed damages against the defendants for having fraudulently conspired to induce -bim to buy. shares in the Grappler Pneu- matic Tyre and Cycle Company, and the statement of claim alleged that at a. time when the pound shares of the Company ware selling at below ás, the defendant* purchased l-irge quantities of the shares at these low prices, and then entered into an -agreement to ' purchase thor whole of lim undertaking of the Company for £385,000, the agreement containing a proviso that the defeuda...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

. * USE CAIRNS RICE ANO PEPPER Grown in the District sad manufac- tured locally at the CAIRNS, RICE, COFFEE, »nd SPICE 1 MILLS, .>?. Esplanade, Cairns. ' WALSH ft CO., AGENTS. \__ "iryoi^A" o o rriiB Crown at Myola, near Barron Faili, ' v Cainu, N.Q. ? The Registered Brand is an Alligator. WALSH & Co., SOLE AGENTS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

A.Ü.S.N. _CO., Ltd. ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE. r.rtUE Steamers of thc above Company ate L intended to sail as under: Townsville Bowen Mackay . . ' ^Rockhampton , . " .Gladstone J ; . >, : .Bundaberg .Maryborough rr , ; - ' Brisbane" - . " ? Sydney Melbourne; / ., ? Adehidîj, . .'ii, ÍAlbany .< , Freemantle i Geraldton {Cossack, and other West ? Australian ports: Geraldton, . - , ^ Mourilyan Cardwell Dungeness- - ' . Townsville I TO-DAY Port Douglas ? ' - A Cooktown I WODONGA tThursday Island; 1 ¿Normanton [ TU-OAV J Burketown l PA] .Transhipping n Keppel Bay. ^Transhipping at Cooktown. ^Transhipping at Melbourne. Vor further particulars apply to li .BrjRJviS.f'.HXTjr',A CO., X.ii*mcB.:i... ? -THE Adelaide Steamship COMPANY, LIMITED. Passenger and Cargo Service BETWEEN CAIRNS AND WESTERN -AUSTRALIA (VIA PORTS). CAIRNS TO SYDNEY TX SIX DAYS. S S. " South Australian." "j S.S. " Allinga." m OB I i i S.S. "Amur," )t WILL be desu.itched weekly frnm Fearnley's Wharf For TOWN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

-ANNUAL RACE Y MEETING, TO BE HELD ON MONDAY, 13th Sept., 1897. PROGRAMME. First Ruco-To start at 10.30 a.m. HANDICAP HACK RACE, of 5 sovs.; 1 mile ; hacks to be approved of by the Stewards or whom they may appoint. Numinatiju 5s. Second Race-To start nt 11.15 a.m. IRVINEBANK PURSE, a Handicap Race of 10 sovs. ; about 1 milo ; for all horses. Nomination 5s, accept- ance 5s ; sweep of 5s to go to second horse. Third Race -To start nt 12 o'clock. TROTTING HANDICAP (in Saddle), of D sovs, ; any horso breaking to at once pull up into a trot, tho horso failing to do so will be disqualified ; three breaks to disqualify ; distance 2 miles ; w.w. Nomination 5s. LUNCH. . Fourth Race-To start at 1,45 p.m. LADIES' BRACELET, » Handicap of 10 sovs. or a Bracclot (optional) ; distanco 1\ miles ; horses to bo nomi- nated by Ladies ; minimum weight 8st 71b. Nomination 5s, acceptance 5s. Fifth Race -To «tatt at 2.30 p.m. HANDICAP HACK RACE, of 5 sovs. (Same conditions aa first Hack Race.) Sixth Race...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

Chamber of Commerce. A meeting of the Clmnilier of Com- merce was luid in the Council Chambers on Friday laxt when thero I wet« present : Messrs J. Halliford (President), Callaghan Walsh, R. A. Tille, Maitin, A. Kennie, Y. J. How- ley, E. Donegan, J. M. Ryan, N. McLean, and the Kpcretary (Mr Robt. Sturt.) It was resolved that tho Chamber should do all in its power to encourago the expoitition of bananas to England and that 20 bunches should be put on boa td of any Hom« steamer free of cobt, with a view to testing the prac- ticality of sending home shipments of this fruit in a marketable condition. Regret was expressed that owing to tho heavy expenses in connection with the etthibits sent to the Brisbane Ex- hibition, the Chamber was unable to also pay freight on suth shipment. Regarding the exhibits sent to Bris- bane, it was decidpd on the motion of Mr C. Waith, seconded by Mr Till*, "That, those which were the propeity of tho Chamber be presented to the I Department of Agriculture...

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BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

BRIEFS. i. Licyclists are on the increase. Nugent, comp, on the Morning Pos/, bought a near Ked Bird" last week. Humored that Mr ßolnnd is about to build on his Lake street corner. Tenders for the alterations to Post Office have been cuneellcd and all de. posits returned. What is in the wind 1 ,4 Mr James Macintosh, Manager of Mesara Dalgetty k Co., Townsville, visited Cairns last week. He was present at Mr T. Nesbil'a " send-off" on Saturday night «nd will be able to convey to Townsville the thorough appreciation in which T. N. «as held. Kearn'a selection not sold last Saturday. No bid. Bully Crockerylain waa properly subdued at the Malgrave last Satur. dav. He should try Emperors next time Kings are « bit too many for him. And rumor baa it that the old timber getter also dropped on a soft thing-knocked his insn out in two puffs. Mr Clowes (pronounced Clews) will arrive this morning, succeeding Mr Butterworth an accountant in the Q.N, Belletiden.Ker. To be or not to be, j that is t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

Cairns Racing Club. PROGRAMME -FOR St)ow - tycctiQg ON Friday, 3rd Sept, 1897. TRIAL STAKES-Of 8 sovs. For all horses that have not won a prizo ex- ceeding 5 sovs. during the last two . yean. Butrsuce, HH. Distance, 1 mil». -.r": ? -'= j,'.. HA1101.ÏDON ,JHA»moAP-OI .,.» renrar; ?»? mutnnre XWTrxCtve I sora _ : fromithe prize. Nomination,*7a 6d ; ; : acceptance, 7s 6d. Distance, 6 fur- longs. -LUNCH. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE-Ot 15 soys. Over lix flights of 3ft. Oin. hurdles, li mile. Nomination, 7s 6d ; acceptance, 7B Cd. ? _ CAIRNS CUP-Of 20 sors. ; se;ond~ horse to receive 3 sovs. from the prize. Nomination, 10s ; acceptance, 10s. Distance, 1J mile. Winner of Hambledon Handicap to carry 7 lbs penalty. HANDICAP HACK RACE-Of 5 sovs. For . all horses approved by the Stewards. Postentrance. Nomina- tion, 2s Gd ; acceptance, 2s 6d. Dis- tance, 6 furlongs. : " HANDICAP SELLING RACE-Of 10 sovs. Winner to Joe, sold for 10 sovs. ; any surplus to go'tb'Club. Handi- caps declared after the Cairn...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

CROWN LAND SALE. THE LAND AGENT will offer for Sale by Public Auction the undermen- tioned CROWN LANDS, st Eleven o'clock, TUESDAY, 31st August, at the LAND OFFICE, CAIRNS: Four Town Allotments, Town of Cairns, having frontage to the Esplanade. One Country Portion, Parish of Grafton, situated on th« north-east side of-Portion 6, and istvimc frontage to Blaokfellow's Creek. Forty Town Allotments, Town of Nelson, situated at the south-east corner of the Police Paddock, near the Mulgrave Central Mill, and about twelve miles southerly from Cairns.. And Two Town Allotments, Town of Koah, situated at the confluence of the Clohesy and Barron Rivers. Plans and Catalogues free, and' all information can be obtained on applica- tion to the Land Agent, or the Head Office, Brisbane. . Sugar Refining Co., . Jblxnltttcl. ' IMPORTANT CANE - GROWERS THE COLONIAL SUGAR REFINING COMPANY. LIMITE* haviii« pur- chased the HAMBLEDON ESTATE, are prepared to LEASE to intending Cane growers the standing; SCR...

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Mulgrave School Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

Mulgrave School Dance. Tiie Committee of the Mulgrave Provisional School are very much alive, and they intend to remain BO as long as there is any need for vitality, At the present moment the position which they aro called upon to face is a grave one, inasmuch ns thc school building is totally inadequate to accommodate the large number of children in the immediate vicinity. The only way out of the difficulty ¡B to turn the present Pro- visional School into a State one, and to do this the Committee required JÊ50, or one-fifth of the total cost of a new build- ing. With a view to raising part of this sum a concert and. dance was given in the sugar-room of the Mulgrave Ccutral Mill on Saturday last, and proved a most enjoynblu affair. Most of the credit of organisation, «nd arrangement* ia due to Af r-* Simmond.., 'wno ia . ainipls'. BtMlaf»«ir-. able where the interest« nf the school are concerned. ; About : 70 ' couples ; were present during the evening. The music was supplied by Mr ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Mulgrave Farmers Association. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

Mulgrave Famën Associa- tion. ? Âfaîr musler of Mulgrave farmers etteuded the meeting held lut 8unday at the Mulgrave Hill, Mr. N. P. Petersen presiding. ; Tlie books, cowspoiidenco etc. held by tile 1 it« gpcr»t*ry, were received »nd consider i'!'-annoyance was expressed, wln-n t: wa* fttti'iil out timi the tissue letter tiooK hore 1'i-w «i ns of any out ward corres|»onde..ce having l*en re- corded. , The best means t i check the losses constantly Htistaii'ipd through the iavHg-s of th« wal¡al»i«n which«v«rni uti the Mulgrave; WHie discussed at lejigtii, and it WHR IVW lvcil to write* to Mr. Munis ; *»kiui» 'him the total amount of muiiies |>.iid in under the Marsupial Act . y the f limers of trjR difi iin.t. TIM: Chairman intimal - ont to the fjiim'is. iiiPKHijt 'lu* greatpower for njiiiil thc A-s oi'timi won'd become if eierv fernier i ? thu' district could be induced t i j.iin If t'tyy all worked togftln>r. ibu Miilyimr Farmers'. As sùcimi'm would rnjiid'y Hct|uire influ e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

BAMBOO Chaira, Lounge«, Tables, noa? being opened up. BURNS, PIIIM' & Co., LTD. BALL ! MMJVL, ! ! I The "ANNUAL BALL in aid of the St. Monica's School will bc held in the DIVISIONAL : : HALL _ -ON FRIDAY -:- 27th -:- August. Double Tickets ... 10s. Gd. Singlo Tickers ... 7s. 6d. , ? X. J. WALSH', « . Hon. Secretary. lUUHu Hill FateB«)0Kconcerningyosr se!vesv PnorEssoB IICBMAS, Specialist, 41 ' Collins Place, Mel'Mmrn«. ??- \ ~ cernint; yourselves. Psoniwot HUMAN, Frcnoh Specialist, 41 Collina Place, Mel- bourn*

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Hodgkinson Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

Hodgkinson Notes. The Good Hopo Battery crushing* to date are : 28 tons, Lizzie .Redmond (sur- face), John Hayes, yield 12 ozs'; 22 tons Southern Cross (Slattery and Blare) for 18ozs. lßdwrs; 30 tons, Pig Hill (Twell and Brophy) 20ozs ; 16 tons, Last Chance (idyers) for Cnzs Tdwts ; and 13 tons, Ho|ieful - (Evcuden Bros.) for 25ozs amalgam "A parcel of stone from the Reconstruction, about one hundred bins, is now being treated and is expected to give a liettor return than the last, which gave li ozs per to». The dam is drying up very fast, and I am afraid the battery will soon be'hung up for want of water if no rain conies. The Black Ball crush- ing gave a return from 20 tons of 31ozs gold. The dani at this battery is dry. Thc Vulcan Battery at Sam the Romana H hung tip until the rain comes. The late. crushings wore 25 ton«, (London Vulcan Battery Co.) yield Oos. 2dwts., 4 tons Molly Malone,' (Wright and mate) for ;2ozs. 18dwta, and 1 ton from . the Stockholm for' 3ozs. 14dwts. At t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

Send-Off to Hon. R. De moleyns and Mr T. Nisbet. OB Saturday night last a send:off waa given to Hon. R. Demoleyus who baa gone for a trip to the Old Country, and to Mr T. Nisbet who left on Saturday for Townsville where be has joined the staff of Messrs Burns, Philp & Co. Among those present were Messrs B. R. Stafford, P.M. (in the chair), T. F. Swallow, N. McLean, J. Mc- Intosh, \y. S. Prewctt, John Cairns, W. G. Henderson, J. G. Fearnley, J. Lyons, E. Allen, YV. G. Munro, A. R. Kingsford, BrunBinead, L. Severin, and Sub-Inspector Ferguson. The affair was held in Hides' Cairas Hotel. In proposing the health of the guests of the evening, the Chairman explained that the object of the gathering was to any good- bye to Messrs Demoleyns and Nisbet. Tho former was taking a pleasant little trip home aud all would join with him in trust- ing that bo would soon return better for his travels in every way. ; The latter was leaving Cairns for good and he was sure that the whole distric...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Wed. James McLachlan, a bank-clerk yesterday filed his schedule, the liabilities being set down as £100,000 and the assets £5. Sir Geo. Turner is still very ill.

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Warden's Courts (Before the Warden, Mr B. R. Stafford.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

Warden's Courts (Before, thc Wanlen, MrrB. B. Staford.) ; W.Dcicke made éclaira far£60 for waget dee against the Moen* Orient Mine«, Ltd., Mulgrave goldfield, Mr K. A, Milford ap- peared for the plaintiff and Mr ll. Stqrt (Cainsageat) lor tba Company. The claim waa proved and a verdict given ; for the aatannt claimed. ' Mr Sturt atked for time to liquidate the claim aa he had cabled bosne and expected th« money to he raised. Sub, aeqneatly immediate execution was granted by the warden.

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Petty Debts Court WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

Petty Debts Court WEDNESDAY," AUGUST 18TH. (Before the Police Magistrat?.) Verdicts were obtained by the plaintiffs 'in the following cases:-M. Boland (Mr. Milford) v. W. G. Steel, goods, £2 lOi 3d and costs, Ss. M. Boland ». L. Ward, goods, £3 4s 4d, sad Ss costs, R, C. Mclean (Mr Milford) v. P. Mc- laughlin (Mr Le Vaux) horse and dray hire, labor, etc. Claim, «12 8«. Verdict, £2 ls and 5t costs. L. Severin v. P. Mcinerney, goods sold, £7 14s 3d. Mr Le Vaux appeared for the plaintiff, '

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 17TH. (Before H. Morris, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897

TOBUMY, Ai'ousi 17TH, (Before H. Morris, Esq., J.P.) Tkos.Rotumah pleaded guilty to drunken aaa, and waa lectured and discharged.

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