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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDXEY, Weil. The betting market on the Ep3om Hawli cay is not particularly lircly. To-night, 1500 was put ou the Chief at If/) to 10 ; Phillip was backed for £500 at 100 to 12. For thc Metropolitan, Woodford hardened to 100 to 13 in consequence of a few hun- dreds being written against his came. Posi tano 100 to 12, 100 to 8 Amherite and Pro- jectile. For the Melbourne Cup £50) waa put on Motón» at 100 to 7, and 100 to 6 was I quoted for Amlterite for the Caulfield Cup I »or -wLtïoH UQCOK waa alau.baoaoa .toc.m oa¿. j dderable sum.
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
QUEENSLAND BRISBANE, Wed. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday | thc debate on the Financial statement was resumed. Mr Drake attributed the retrench- ment in the Civil Service to thc remission of the beer tax, and during the course of a strong speech upheld the Government proposals to reinstate the tax. Mr Kidston treated the house to a Henry Georgian lecture ou the folly of selling public lands. Ho asserted that the Government had nearly exhausted thc t ix paying abilities of the people and that they, would have to look to the laud before long as a greater source of revenue. He advocated au absentee tax. To-day the débats was resumed. Mr. Hamilton has a rider lo the re- port of the Mining Commission advo- cating the construction of a railway from Mareeba .Ito Georgetown. Ile states that railway communication should be with the eastern seabord. He quotes largely from Mr. Skertchley's report on the'mincral wealth in the Herberton, Watsonville and Irvinbank districts and records his...
Police Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13TH. (Before Mr B. R. Stafford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
Police Court. FEIDAT, AÜODST 13TH. (Before Mr B. R. Staflord, P.M.) The Telegraph Department r. Lissu Young, Chinaman, for damage to telegraph line», insulators, etc., caused by defendant falling a tree thereon. The defendant paid for damage and costs and the case wa» withdrawn. &lt; Tlie following pleaded guilty to selling tobacco wit'iout a license and were fined ss follows:-y. O'Neill, 29* 3d ; D, O" Ham, 37s Od: /. Chapple, 27s;*iT. Williams, 26* 6d i W. Lennon, 45a Cd. Sang Lee Chong pleaded not guilty to the same offence and was mulcted 86s titi. Mr Milford appeared for the Collector of Customs in thule cases.
The Tick Question. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
The Tick Question. Tho following is the copy of a te!e grani received hy thc Minister foi Agriculture from Mr. William Collins, at Clare; under' date' of Jii'y 8th : "Ticks lipw plentiful on cattle under treatment ; temperature» taken twice, daily since Munday. Too soou yet speak very confidently, > hut result so far seems to be.that out of twenty seven cattle inoculated , with blood, those are showing signs of fever; of three inoculated with bile none show signs of fever ; of nineteen " controla" thirteen show signs of fever, and threa more doubtful, temperature in some casca being pverlQfc Will wire again Saturday." lr It may be iMntioned in connection with this telegram, that the "controls" are cattle which have not been inoculated or ever affected with ticks or tick feyer, and which were taken from Mundollan in company j with the inoculate cattle aa a means ; ot testing : the affect of Ute different kinds of inoculation hy comparison.
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
SHIPPING. * August 14--Ariwitti"?, C&^W.F.."G." Lee .'from Cooktown. Passengers: Mrs. ? Robertson, Messia. Mahoney, .Gilbertson, Brady, Park, Wright, and 12 in the steer- age, , Bnrns, Philp and Co., agents. August 14.-Australian, s, Captain P. Helms, from Hong Kong, via ports. Pas- sengers : Messrs. J. Wharton, and 2 in the steerage. B'ims, Philp and Co., agents. Angust lfi-Jumna, Q.R.M.S., Captain Sanders, From Brisbaac, via ports. Binns, Philp aud Co-, agents. August 13,-H.M.S. Torch, Commander Preedy, from Solomon Islands. Augnst 13.-Amur, s, Captain Mears, from Sydney, via ports. Passengers: Mrs. Balfour, Mr. Wolff, and one in thc steerage. J, G. Fearnley, agents. August 13-Myall, s, C.iptain Gray from Townsville. Walsh and Co. agents. August IS-Adelaide's Captain Keir, from Townsville. Passengers: Miss Yearwood aud 14 in the steerage. Walsh and Co. agent3. August 17-Lass-o'-Gowrie, s, Captain McKenzie from Townsville. Passengers : Mr3. Whalley, Messrs. Whalley, Rengima...
Lord Charles Beresford on the Navy. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
Lord Charles Beresford on the Haiy*: - Lori! Charles' Beresford, speaking * Newbury, England, recently?.said tli*l every cnnditioii of life lmd inipioret during the Queen's reign-' except &lt;. thi pay and proSjiecta' of the' officers, and men of the Royal Navy /although theil responsibilities had increased à hund- redfold. The life, pay, and prospect* drove' eveiy -inde|i«-u'leut man ont of the service, and the rest dared not ventilate the subject, itfcanse if they i did they ' would " be put on' halfcpay or otherwise dispensed with. No matter «hat a maus ability might, lie, the navy was the only profession where a man-after he reached- a certain1 point coul l not rise to the top . by hi*- own ability, energy, bard work or intimate knowledge of Iiis profesión : until he was foo'old to appreciate it.' Want of' representation at Court, in society, dut», . Parliament, and the country had been the chief cause that the navy had-got into' its p-esent undignified' position. Tho-Br...
"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Morning, August 19,1897. THE RETORT COURTEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
*' MORNING POST." "NtitKer by "fear nor by favor, but by. Truth alone/' : Tfcuïtey Koala*, Aagut 19,1W7. THE RETORT COURTEOUS. A well-known scientist in puzzling over the construction of the universe i once said " give me a little matter and the first posh and the' problem is solved." In the light of recent events which have transpired in connection with thé now notorious Japanese petition, the assertion of that scientist is easily understandable. . Some time ago the " Morning Post " published a leader dealing with the petition pre. sented by 160 persons to the Cairns Municipal Council asking that body to abolish the Japanese brothels in Cairns. Without commenting on the fact that only io per cent of the signatures to such petition were those of ratepayers;, without pointing ont that the by-laiw under which those people took action, had found its way into the GaseUt by mistake and had never-yet- been sanctioned by the Govemor-in-Council ; without saying rnbre than was absolutely nec...
Experimental Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
Experimental Marriages. The Andaman islands ure used as a penal settlement for Indian and Burmese convict?, who, with the ex- ception of a very few of the aboriginal race scattered over the group, form the bulk 'of the population. The chief commissioner of the Andamans, who is also superintendent of the convict settlement at Poi t Blake, hy virtue of thu almost autocratic authority vested in him, enjoys a despotism well nigh incredible under the British fla;. As superintendent of the settlement in convict matrimonial matters he is supreme. He is . licensor, registrar, parson and witness rolled into one. The - greater pirt of the life convicts who are good characters _MI« "self auppoiters"-fiat is, men out on ticket of leave in the settlement. These-men are allowed ta marry.. Tba convict women, on the other hand, are always kept under close supervision in the female convict gaol. When the "self-supporter" is troubled with hymeneal ' aspirations he visits the female- gaol and informs ...
NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
NOTES AND NOTICES. Tomorrow J. Halfpapp will, be charged at the police court with breaches of the In- solvency-Act in concealing certain goods,-the property of his creditors. Nurse Balfour who was recently .appointed to take charge of the Cairns Hospital fora terra of three months will arrive tn Cairns today. She brings with her a waidsman and housemaid specially selected by herself. Mr. and Mrs. McLean, late wardsman and matron 1 have remained in. charge of the institution since the 15th inst., when the.date of their resignations expired. We are pleased to hear that Mr. J. A. Walsh, second son pf Mr. Callaghan Walsh, of Caima, has been appointed solicitor to the Rockhampton Municipal Council. Mr. Walsh served his articles nnder Mr. E. A. Milford and after getting through his exam- inations very creditably, began practising his profession in Rockhampton. Mr. John has not taken very long to work himself to the front, and his many friends in Cairns, will,-we are sure, join with ut int...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
M. BOLAND WHOLESALE & RETAIL Provision - Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS, t (Next door.to A. Keeble&Co.) MBOLAND buys hts . Best' Markets of the fair Profit, Cheaper ' than any Goods for Spot Cash, in the Cheapest and World. He can, therefore, afford to sell at a other House in Cairns. WHAT IS M. BOLANDS STOCK ? Goods Delivered promptly to all parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE. PRODUCE. PRODUCE, Fresh Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twice> week. M. B^MD, Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant ABBOTT STREET. CAIRNS. ~ Po -Sj IL-.ga -g «ii &lt;H «s J "¡s i S S; : cs I- 1 U 's» J - &lt; S1 ?'? § * I i ESTABLISHED 1890. u N I V £ 8 A L IMPORTER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION SI Cheapest, Cheapest, Cheapest, -AND WEST BEBT BEBT Quality, Quality, Quality, ( FRESH ) fFÄESH ) .( FBESH ) i BUTTERJ (BUTTER) (BUTTER) ^BOTTOM PRICES. Sole Agent in Queensland for "KARA TBA." KAM TeMfc-THE CUP THAT CHEERS; Kwa TaMt-THE ONLY GENUINE TEA. KCUM TeM»/-AS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
Land.-Priïate Sale. ESTATE Lite EDWIN NORRIS,'de- ceased, PORTION 226, Barron River, Olí) ¡lures rich scrub land fronting River. . Portion let fur gardens. " Rich agricultural land. PORTION 227, Pine Creek, 640 acres nice grazing laud with portions rich agri- cultural scrub land along Pine, Creek. - Deep water communication with Cairns. ALLOTMENTS 1 and 2, Suburban, ssction 10, area 4 acres, 1 rood 24 perches fronting McLeod-sfc. A splendid subur- b/in block.. Offers.may be made and fall pirticul irs obtained from. : r J. N, PARKES, Townsville. ROBT. STURT, Cairns. THE H QWARO-SMITK L.INE j OF INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS, j WEEKLY PASSKNISEU ASI» CARGO SERVICE . FROM CAIRNS TO,-- , * GERALDTON . "j S.S. LASS Ö'GGWBIK . (135Tons). LUCINDA WEDNESDAY ,? r.-^: 'w. 18th August, TOWNSVILLE I . at 8 a.m. Transhipping l'a»sengers and Cargo, into the S.S. "PEREGRINE," "TYRIAN'," and "LEURA," leiving Townsville for all'-Southern Ports.every Saturday. Passengers Booked throngh to - all . Southern P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
X». R. IiB"WTS, v WHOLESALE ' 1 CO F FE È MERCHANT. GROWN AND MANUFACTURED BY D. R. LEWIS, AT * MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, QUEENSLAND. WHY' DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED' COFFEE Î TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. V SOLD IN Mb. TINS, and No 2 IN 2-11). TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residents of Cairns, Mareeba, Herberton, Muntalbion, California Creek, The Tate, ? nd settlers generally should ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other. Tty One Tin as an experiment. The grower and manufacturer pledres Iiis word that there is no better matured or parer Coffee in thc world than LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. THE :., GRESHAM /. HOTEL ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. , MRS. BYRNE, Proprietress. IE Gresham Hotel is situated in tho centre of the main block : Street, adjoining Messrs Burns, Philp &lt;fc Co. s business premises. PRIVATE AIRY PARLORS. LARGE COMMERCIAL ROOMS. Finest Brands of Well-kno...
Telegraphic. QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
Telegraphic. QUEENSLAND. ' ' BRISBANE, Tuesday. The Mining Commission leport was tabled in the Legislative Assembly to- day. There are minority repot IN, and a rider has been added hy each of th« members in a majority who concur in recommending an increase bf the maxi- mum area (rom 25 acres to 50 »eres but the'Labor members suggest 100 acres,, also , the modification of the labor conditions. The members also recommend. the election of mine iu soctors bv miners themselves. There «re «leo a number of recommendations for the prevention of accidents. Mr. Hamilton added » rider for the regul- ation of the nae of explosive«, also to legislate against the promotion of wild cat companies. The Commission visited 23 centres of population, and examined 139 witnesses. A large amonnt of evidence was taken, and a large num- ber of recommendations are made. Riders are added by Messrs. Hoolan, Smyth, Dawson and Hamilton respect- ively, covering considerable ground, each of the members dissenting i...
Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 19 August 1897
Cairn* Diilitoiud Board; The usual fortnightly meeting of the above Board was held in the Cairns Divisional Hall on Friday , last, Present :-Messrs- W. H. Swallow (Chairman), W. J. Munro, W. D. Hobson, T. Mackey and I. E. Fretwell. COKKF.SPONtir.NXF.. , Included in the correspondence dealt with were the following letters :- . From the Municipal Council staling that thc sum of £6 had been passed for improve' ments to road leading to. the selection of C. Levis. It was decided that the overseer should make a spécification of the work to be done on thc road and that all money expended ovei and above £12 on the road should be paid bi Mr. Levis according to the terms of his lette to the Board. From the Co-operative Newspaper Coy asking for a share of thc Board's advertising It was decided on the motion of Mr Monro seconded by Mr. Mackey that tb Coy. should receive a portion of the adver tiring, bot that ihe Board should reserve t itself the right to determina such portion. From the manage...