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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUE OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. TOWNSVILLE, JUNE 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 June 1884

. LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUE Own COREES PONDENT. Queensland. TOWNSVILLE, JUXE The first fire for the last two years occurred this morning at early daylight when M'Fadden's North Australian Hotel, which occupied one of the best sites in Townsville on the beach facing the ocean, was'burnt to the ground in less than three hours. Notwithstand- ing high water being available at the time nothing could Le done to prevent the destruction of the premises, the flames having got a great hold of the building. The loss is estimated at £3000, which is insured in several offices. There were no lives lost. The origin of the fire is not ¡known. The people staying at the hotel; it is re- ported, have suffered great-loss, but the actual facts are at prosent un- known. BKISBANE, JUSE25. Ilanlan rows here ou Saturday next. C. S. Mien has beeu appointed Post- master-General. The appointment is warmly approved of by the daily- papers, who congratulate the Ministry on the "selection as ""signifying;'"a " de...

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 June 1884

Local Items. Customs revenue collected for the fort- night ending June 15, amounted to-.£370 2s ld. On Saturday the contract to cut the race, erect waterwheel, ¡tc., at Goldsborough, for the Cairns Quartz Crushing Co.. was signed by Mr. W. Popple, who, in terms of the agreement, starts work this week. Mr. Book signed on behalf of the company. In reply to " Enquirer" as to whether Mr. BL T. Douglas was a ratepayer at the time of his election to the Board, we! beg to state, after having made all necessary en- quiries, we find he was duly qualified to stand for election, his name being registered as a ratepayer previous to that date. . We learn that the plans and specifications of the Town Hall, as drawn np; are very in- complete. It would lie advisable under these circumstances to have fresh plans and specifications drawn up by the . engineer to the Board, who will have the supervision over the erection of the building. In a previous issue we said that during the shipping of the Herbe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 June 1884

BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. -ÄTOTICK ia hereby friveB that the btwi nea* of "John Walker and Co.," En- gira-ara, Shipbuilders, Iron Merchants, and Importers, of Maryborough, Queensland, has beek purchased by a Company. Incorporated fculer the " Companies Act of 18C3 " with a Mernina! Capital of JE73.000, who Intend to Wirry on the game nuder tho style or name of John Walker & Co. (1.1KITKD). Th* Partners of the late Arm hare been epp intod Managing Directors of the "Corn pan;, and will devote the whole of their tim« and attention to the administration of the Kusine« in ita various branches. By the in- troduction of additional Capital and in- creased Workshop appliances, together with the Co-operation of their Employees-several , of whom have already become Shareholders -tho public aiay confidently rely on secur- ing prompt attention to all business en- trusted to the Company. JOHN WALKER and CO., Limited, '* Union Foundry Works, and Ship-building Yards," Maryborough, Queensland, ...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 June 1884

Ix our Inst Ve were unable to (fire full par- ticulars of the meeting held in tho Court House on Wednesday. Jnne ISth last, res- pecting the -French iiecklivisto bill. The meeting waa largely attended and was. fully représentative. i Mr. I). Patience, J.P., toole the chair and addressed trie meeting. He spoke of the necessity for Cairns to enter its protest, and called upon the ltev. G. li. F. Nobbs ta move the first- resolution. Mr. Nobbs said-Before moving the résolu- tion whichhasjustbeenTjlacediumy hands I should like to make a few remarks. I can- not understand why I should occupy such a prominent position as I know very little of this great question which is receiving the careful deliberation of both the Colonial and Imperial Governments. I confess candidly that I feel rather out of my element ; not that 1 am not with you heart and soul in thia matter, but for the simple reason that I have not been taking much interest in public affairs. Fortunately the resolution which I shal...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 June 1884

Victoria. ' HIE LI3Ü UK XE, * JI.NK 25. The debate in - Parliament on the Federation, ..-Récidiviste, and Annexa- tion resolutions are strongly supported, and there is every probability they will be tarried. Thomas Browning-was convicted of manslaughter of his wife and sentenced to 1U years penal servitude. A woman went into Spencer-street railway station with a carpet bag, in which was crammed the body of a mur- dered child. She afterwards went to the refuge and confessed to the de-Jd. General .Sl'Ivor, who has been trying to get up a New Guinea expedition, charges-the Hon. Janies Service, they Premier,- with .a gross breach of etiquette. .lias arrived from the Soiitn.&ca Islands. (From our Exchanges.) LONDON, JUXE IS".: The cricket match between the Aus- tralian Eleven and the Cambridge' Uni- versity was concluded to-day, the-Aus- tralians winning-by One innings and SI runs; Murdoch inadea grand score of 132 when he was caught out.' - '? BRISBANE, JUXE 2D. It was notified ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 June 1884

ST: JOHN'S CHURCH, CAIRNS. Ä Grand Excursion To PICNIC HILL, per steamers Zens ami Mee. On SATURDAY, JUNE 23, in aid of the - BUILDING FUND OF THE CHURCH. Steamers lenve the Wnnrf at 9.: reluming at 3.30-and 5.30. Tickets' to bc shown on- tlie steamers, but. uot to. be given np till lunch time. ' Tickets, -ls. Children, Half-price. Luncheon Provided Free. FOR SALE.-A .9. horse-power Engine and Boiler (link motion), Cylinder over Sin diameter,' 12in stroke ; 2 'nimitz 'metal Screws ; 1 iron ditto ; 1 uiuntz metal Shal t, ic, ¿c. Also, 1 Powerful Donkey Pump. Apply, DOUGLAS and TILLS. To the Worshipful-the Justices of tho Peace acting in aud for the District of Cairns, ;in Queensland. - - IJOSEPH HOLMES, now residing nt 9 Cairns, in the Parish of Cairns, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the Speciul Petty Sessions to be holden for this district on the eighth day of June next ensuing, for a transfer of the pnblicau's license of John Parker to myself, for the sal...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 June 1884

SHIPPING. AEEIVALS. June 19.-Katoomba, s.s., Capt. Arm- strong, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports.' Passenger-Mr. C. Gardiner. June 19.-Warrego, s.s., Capt, Phillips, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas- sengers-lira. Holmes, Miss Southerden, Messrs. K. A. Kingsford and Cassels, and 7 in steerage. "". _ " _ _'_ ~ Tune 21--Katoomba^ s.s.. Captain Arm- strong, from Cooktown. June 21.-Warrego, s.s., Capt. Phillips, from Cooktown. June 22.-Wentworth, s.s.. Capt. Munroe, 'from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas- sengers-Mrs. Stnjth, Messrs. Clayton, Bill, and Malcolm. . . June 22.-Ariel, sch.; Capt.-Bowie,"-from the islands, with Capt. Routch, Government agent and crew, also recruits of the wrecked banjuiateoe Fredrika Wilhelmina.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 June 1884

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. The company's steamers leave this port every Thursday for Northern Port«, and every Saturday evening for Southern Ports. For fares and ratea of freight apply at the Company's own off ce at wharf. VCBNS, PHILP and CO., Limited, Agents. THE 8.S. " ZEUS,"-Captain Innes. Laave* tb* wharf every Thur*lay morning* to meet the incoming, and enrjr Satarday evening to meet outguias; Hail fft iain aad Inna every Wedaesday aad a»fi*y II tia i «or Mbv-i aad 8to> Opea fuir caarter and^eurnoat T *~T BURNS. PHILP and CO. Agents. QUEENSLAND 8TEAH SHIPPING COMPANY. LmiTBD. mHG Magnificent New Steel Steamships X WAXBSGO, Captain K. M. Phillipa. MàMàMOA, Captain W. W. Hampton. ABCXXB» Captain James Lowrie, belonging to thia Company, are noir running weekly from Sydney and Brisbane to Cook- town, calling at Ksrru. BAT I TOWNSVILLE MACKAY CAI»SB (wharf), and BOWES | POUT DOEOLAS. One of the aboTe magnificent steamers will l>e despatched from Cairns and P...

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The Mulgrave Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 26 June 1884

Tho Mulgrave Goldfield. WARDEN Hill reports to the Under Secretary for Mines, under date Cairns, 1st instant, as follows :-" I have the honour to report that   I visited Goldsborough, Mulgrave goldfield, on the 19th May. Having very little time at my disposal, I could only thoroughly in- spect one line of reef, the Chance, which lately, as I wired you, crushed 29 ½ tons for a yield of 230 oz gold, worth £4 per ounce. This was got from the Chance Reward and No. 1 United, owned by Messrs. Grant and Gebbie, who have continuously worked the claim for the last four years, and taking into consideration the difficulties they have had to contend with, the work they have done speaks highly for their skill as miners' per severence and industry. Four shafts have been sunk- 60, 70, 50, and 6Oft respectively, and a tunnel driven in to cut thc reef 350ft long, 6ft 6in high, by 4ft wide. I did not see the main reef myself, the shaft being full of water, but am informed it averages fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 July 1884

Special Column. THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIPPING CO., LnrrrED. REDUCTION IN FARES. FARES to Ports between Cooktown and Sydnev are REDUCED TWENTY FIVE PER* CENT. "WALSH and CO., Agents. Cairns, April 30. 1SS-1. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. REDUCTION IN FARES. FROM 1st May proximo, Saloon and Steerage Fares by the Company's Weekly Mail Steamers, between Brisbane, Rockhampton, Mackay, Bowen, Towns- ville, Dungeness, Cardwell, Johnstone River. Cairns, Port Douglas, and Cooktown, will be reduced FIFTY PER CENT. BURNS, PHILP ¡md CO., Agents. April 20, ISS-t. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. REDUCTION OF FARES BETWEEN BRISBANE AND SYDNEY. DUCED TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. (25). For particulars, apply BURNS, PHILP and CO., Agents. THE s.s. BEE is now open for Freight or Charter. She will leave Cairns, carry- ing passengers nnd cargo, everv TUESDAY and FRIDAY for - REDBANK, returning every TUESDAY nnd SATURDAY Even- ings for Cairns. For particulars applv . WALSH and CO., Esplanade, Ca...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 July 1884

Victoria. MELBOURNE, Jrr,r 1. The new Governor, it is expected, will arrive at Tasmania on thc -1th inst, and will, after a few days rest, start for Melbourne. JULY 2. Amongst the medical students of the Hospital a mild form of small-pox has broken out.

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A BABY ON THE CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 July 1884

A BABY OX THE CAES. There waa a baby on a car of tho Chicago, Bn.rlii.gtou and Quincy Kail road yesterday afternoon. It-a baby in long clothes is always an it-was loaded to tho muzzle with cry. lt was a little thin«; not moro than 2 foot long, but it had more cry coiled up in it than you would ?impose eould bo stowed away iu a -wu-*,.* -iv ^.i^lloi.^L-r »lu»«. baby's capacity ? Well, the train and thc baby got agood even start, an dfor several miles the passengers looked on with in- terest in the race. Almost anybody would bet off hand that a baby's steam would run down before an eugine's, but if you knew this particular baby you would disdain all illegal propositions, and de- clare yourself " not a betting char- acter," which,, by the way, is a most righteous declaration-when you have no sure thing. The poor young motlier of this portable noise factory was crim- son with embarrassaient, for of course every passenger looked at her aud seemed to say, " Why don't you shut up .that squ...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 July 1884

Haw South Kalos. SYDNEY, JULY 1. . A shoekiug accident occurred at Bat- | "nurrät. A man .named Creith raised a gun. being iinawaro that it was loaded, and fatally »hot » little yiri named Viet..* flayer. The Marine Board has^suspended for siV months the certificate of Matheson, captain of the schooner Surprise, which was wrecked on the Seal líoeks. .Tri.v 2.' - The revenue for the financial year shows nearly half a million decrease. In the Legislative Council, John Stewart moved a proposition against the annexation and federation question.

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 July 1884

Oar Jíeigíibours. f_VieOM OUR OWN COttItESrONI>EîïTS.J HEKBEKTOa. . June 27. DKCIDKDLT a dull, drizzly, showery, dis- agreeable week of that description that uiiikes a fellah out of sorts with himself «nd if it hadn't been for a field petty debts day on Tuesday, the l'icouason s ball on the same evening, and the adjourned petty debts hearing on AV ednesday morning, with an ad- journed Mineral Lands Court in the after- noon, the ennui must have been unbearable. Our folice magistrate in his capacity of Mineral Lands Commissioner has been called upou to decide a much vexed question, one that has caused considerable thought and given rise to volumes of opinions. He has pro- mised to decide by next Tuesday, which will be 14 days since the ouestion cropped up locally. It is whether the claim of Hope is stronger than that of Love, or whether Love by itself can claim without Hupe, li's a nice point and Solicitor daunton believes in hope and not in Love; however; it is <;eueraU...

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Cairns District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 July 1884

Cairns District Hospital. I "WK have been requested to acknowledge the subscriptions received from January 1 up to Jane 25 : Robert Craig ... ... 1 1 0 F. Brown ... ... 1 1 0 VT. 1\ Redden ... ... 1 1 0 A. Tavlor and Co. ... 1 1 0 W. J. O'Connor ... 1 1 O John E. Berry ... ... 1 1 O P Downey ... ... 1 1 O S. L. Loeven ... ... 1 1 0 Mis. M'Coy . 110 ll. Munro . 110 John Grant ... ... 1 1 0 F. M'Lean ... ... 1 1 O M. Fox . 110 John M'Lennan ... 1 1 0 P. O'Sullivan ... ... 1 1 0 A. Starcke ... ... 3 3 O . F. Gates ... ... 0 10 G H. T. Douglas ... ... 1 1 0 J. Parker ... ... 1 1 0 A. Leon ... ... 1 1 O S. Wise . 110 J. Whitaker . 110 Mrs. Thomas ... ... 1 1 0 E. B. Southerden. jun. ... 1 I O T. R. S. Hook ... ..110 J. Jamieson ... ... -í i 0 Burns, Philp and Co. ... 2 2 0 D. Patience ... ... 1 1 O L. Severin ... ... 1 1 O W.Gordon . 1 1 0 Bank of Australasia ... 2 2 0 A..StawBt _ ... ... 110 í\ T." WÍnííííí 2 2 0 Q. X. Bank ... ... 2 2 0 W. C. Smith ... ... 1 1 0 W. D. Hobson ... ... 2 ...

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Police Office Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 July 1884

Police Office Reren ne. THE collections of faa Warden for Mulgrave goldfield for tho mouth of Jnne, 1S'S4, amounted to JÉfi'J l:îs. The am"uuts col- lected for the mouth of June, 1 'S4, in the C. JP. S. office were aa follows :-Li.-oase fe-js other than publicans, .£20 -r>s; fees (ordi- nary), .£1 IS- Cl; fines, (£12 5* of which go to the hospital fund), JB1Ï 5s. Shewing a net total of JE39 Ss (id. Amount collected hy tho Inspector of. the Pacific Islanders, for the month of June, viz :-Wages to kanakas A cutaway jacket is tho proper costume for an elopement. When Ishmael P-ish:'. kofc-i at hts bi'l far fall boaujts, that's the time of course, ih.t he finds bis harem scare'em.

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Customs Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 July 1884

. itastoms Revenue. TBK" following are the Customs revenue collections for the month, quarter, half-year, and year ending June 30. ¿s compared with that of tlie «arno period of last year it shows an increase for the month of .£37311s Bd j for the quarter an increase of £1146 ls 10d; for the half.year, JÊ1921 3s 10d; for the year, 44365 4s lld. Jlonth of Juno, 1834... ... JESÔ9 3 4 " 1833... ... C2J ll ll Inqreaso .,, June quarter, 18S4 ... ' 1833 ", Increase Half-year, JuntfáÓ, 1834 1383 ... £275 ll 5 ... .£2552 IS 3 ... 1406 1 10 ." JEU IG 1 10 ...£4543 4 4 .., 2021 0 6 Increase ... ,..JE1021 3 10 Year ended Juna 3.0, Ï8S4 ... £9104 14 6 " 1333 ";j 4739 8 7 " ; increase . ,., ,"£43fiä ill Mr, Cohson, Grand Moater of the Orange- men of JJeJfast, has received a threatening' letter with the usual hideous emblems warn» lag hjui tluit the In vin cibles are on his track, Though at first he looked np the document pta hoax, he thought it right to place it ia rfee. hitadä o{ theçoastahularj...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 July 1884

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. June 26.-Maranoa, s.a.. Capt. Hampton, from Sydney via. ports. Passengers-Miss Herdman, |Messrs. Dalglish, J. Kedge ra, find S in steerage. June 26.-Quiraing, s.s., Capt. J. M'Lenn, from Sydney, via ports. Passengers-^Miss Picton, Miss Severin, Messrs. W. Jact, Chavasse, W. H. Clarket, J. A. Flemming, Bickell, Draper, J. Davies, Richardson, Chapps, and 17 in steerage. Jane 2S.-Alexandra, s.s.. Capt. J. Banks, from Sydney, via ports. Passengers-Messrs. Reece, Sab-Inspector Nicholl, Smith, Harlen, Connel, and 3 in steerage. June 2S.-Quiraing, s.s>" Capt. J. M'Lean, from Cooktown. Passengers-Mr. P. Fox, lind 6 in steerage. June 29.-Maranoa, S3., Capt. Hampton, from Cooktown. Passengers-Mr. Alexander Reeve, and 3 in steerage. DEPARTURES. June 2ö.-Maranoa, s.s., Capt. Hampton, .for Cooktown. Passengers-3 in steerage. June 20.-Quiraing, s.s.. Capt. J. M'tean, for Cooktown. Passengers-Messrs. H. Barr, tiam Sing, Ah Hung, Chow Chow, and 14 in steerage. June 23.-Qnirai...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 July 1884

IMPORTS. ! Es MARANOA. ' Consigned to Burns, Philp and Co.-2 cases cocoa, 10 do marmalade, 10 do honey. 10 do sauce, 10 do vinegar, 20 do pickles, 5 do herrings, 6 do oils, 20 do port, 9 do sherry, 50 do brandy, 5 half-barrels dried appples, 4 casks currants, 1 bag split peas, 1 keg salt- petre, o'cáses.cheese, 3 do bacon, 40 do milk, 1 keg butter, 12 boxes blue, 1 canvas pack sge, 1 case drapery, 4 kegs black paint, 4 cages-tarfcir and tartaric acid, 10 do whisky. Consigned to. Xi, Severin. --2 boxes tin plates', S tins paint, 1 euee lamp shades, 2 do galvanised iron, 1 do sundries, 1 do tinware, 1 bundi«: bright ware* 2 bundles black iron. Consigned to AV. P. Redden.-1 case blue, 1 d*4;ronts,-2 do fruit salt. Consigned to AV. D. Hobson.-3 cases pro- visions, 25 do John Bull ale, 1 paper parcel. Consigned to Jack and Newell, Herberton. -1 case twine, 5 do baked benns, 4 do pro .vUioni, 1 do blaek paint. Consigned to H. Selig, Herberton.-1 case earthenware, 2 do merchandise. - From ...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. THORNBOROUGH, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 3 July 1884

LATEST BY WISE. [FROM OBB OWN CORRESPONDENT/] Queensland. THOKXBOEOUGH, JULY The Timon claim have cleared np for 270 tons, which gave a result of 21Soz smelted gold. TOWNSVILLE, JULY 2. A special service, in connection with thc Anglican Synod, was held ou Mon- day evening. The sermon was preached by the Hov. G. li. F. Nobbs to a large congregation. The meetings of the Synod take place daily. E. Money returned from the Burde- kin plantation, on Iilonday, after hold- ing an investigation respecting the alleged kidnapping by the labour vessel Clara. The evidence collected from the Kanakas entirely rebuts the charge. A report has been forwarded to Colonial BRISBANE, JOE 23. 1 His Lordship Bishop Hale has re- '' signed olliec, which will take effect from March. lbS5. JU>-E30. Mr. TL. G. Stoddard, manager of thc Q. N. Bank, died yesterday, after short illness. JULT 1. Thomas Morgan sold a ninth share in the Mount Morgan gold mine to XT. K. Darcy for £31,000. The South Australian Judges...

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