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THE NEW SOUTH WALES COLLAPSE. SOME OPINIONS ON THE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
-::THE NEW^ S^UTHî WALES .' &lt; ' 'COLLAPSE. SOME1 OPINIONS ON THE GAME. Thcgcncral opinion nt the . close ol the match; '(says the "Sydney .Morn- ing Herald") was that though the result and thc remarkably &lt;iuick downfall bf the home t«a:n came us ».great shock to New 'South'Wales, it will db the game a lot of good. We ha« awakened from "a dream. We have been so used lo securing victor- ies' in interstate matches so easily that we had begun-to think soo n\u::h of ourselves. . '. ... . The New South Wales captain thought the result wns dus to the fact that in club matches wickets have been (usually slow, and there has been an. absence of fast bowlers. When the New South Wales tram got on to the fast wicket of'the Sydney Cricket Ground,. and faced a bowler ot ithe^pace'of Fielder, they could not give, a fair account of themselves;. No doubt the bowling -was very fine, and was backed up by fielding , pf 'the highest.quality, while,our fyork 'n ;the (leid was indiffe...
HERBERTON SCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
HERBERTON ' SCORES. Scores made at'JHerberton on Sun- day lost woro as "follow: , / : v200i;«"500l 600 Tl. LPT_ E. Jones ¿3. 29 ««?.'--gT^-BO IA: Bngriwir^^orf*4*'8Y,w26^8r A. Gower - ,27 32 27 " 86 S. Smith 30 30 23 83 W. Mazlin 29 30. 19 78 F. Hinton . 31 28 19 78 .W. Chamberlain 29 27 21 77 A. Foster . . 27- . 28 21 76 J. Hitchings 20 30 15 74. J. Smith \24_ 19 20 63
IRVINEBANK SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
IRVINEBANK SHOOTING.3 No fewer that 22 riflemen put in an appearanfce at Irçvjmobank at the shoot .this week for the. Bennett tro- phy. Joe -Murrana obtained a leg-in with 95 ott tho rifle. Following are the eight best scores, giving" an, ave- rage of 88.4: 20Ó- 500 600 Tl. Joe Murrane 33 31 31 95 J. Cahill 31 34 28 93 J. Venables 30 33 29 ' 92 J. Byrnes 31 32 28 91 G. Bavingtop 30 30 27 87 W. Warner. 33 28 23! 84 A. Hendersea a. 29 27* 27 83 P. Murrane ,31 29 . 23 83 In an afternoon shoot for cash pri- zes, sumo distances, following arc the best eight results, thc average bcir.g 90.25:- ff!... ; AV. Warner -.;:.;-.. 96 MacKedic . .93 W. Savage 93 A. Marsh ...:. 91 J. Byrnes . 89 J. Cahill .89 Joe Murráne. 87 P. Murrane . 84
THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
THE RIFLE . Tlicj North, i Queensland Rifle 'Asso- ciation is already moving in thc mat- ter of issuing tho programme for next year's (meeting (says; the Towers "Iiiner"), but, in view of thc propo- sals as to subsidy, changing of ran- ges, etc., which have recently been made, they are writing the Comman- dant at Brisbane, asking what am- ount of subsidy* wili bo available for the 1908 competition, and also whe- ther the grant of £75 for military matches will still be continued. In- formation is desired as to how tho work of ^extending the target anil Irangcj accommodation pt Townsville is progressing, and how soon the ran- ge will be ready to hold the meetings Inn. This information is desired ini ! mediately, as it is intended so hold the meeting nt Easter, and the time for advertising thc programme is drawing nigh. LENNON SAYS ¡-Perspiring human- ity relieved at my fountain. Fruit flavors. , AU the wanted kinds. Lennon, Chemist (next A% J. Dre,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
For Sale SUGAR FARJI for sale, 104 acres. 4 G acres under plant cane, 41 acres ploughed out, crop "lacking well. Green manure lime and bleed man- ure applied to 36 acres of present plant cane; near permanent tramway, good house. Price terms. Apply A. J, DRAPER, Auctioneer. Summer Season's Drapery & Clothing,1907. OUR SECOND SHIPMENT ?? Of REASONABLE SUMMER GOODS is now to hand, and comprises, fc among many other choice goods, the following : Corsets, Laces, Embroideries, Rushings, Ribbons, Flowers, Veilings, Umbrellas, White/and Dark Ground Cambrics, Pongees, Lawns, Zephyrs, French Muslins, Apron Lawns (Tucked Skirt Lawns), Delainettes, Batistes, Cretonnes, Lace Curtains, Bengal Stripe Lace Hangings,. Quilts, Sheetings, Table Linens, Mosquito Nets, Floor Cloths, Mattings, Mats, Towel s, Table Linen, Dowlas, Glass Cloths; Canvas, Calicoes, Drills, Suitings, Gal ateas, American Leathers, Waterproof Sheetings, Valance Nets, &c. BURNS, PHILP & CO., Limited. f^l S...
MONTE CARLO MURDER. THE SENETCNES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
-MONTE CARLO MURUEft. THE SENETCXES. LONDON. Thursday. The prisoner Goold, owing to ex- tenuating ^Ifleumstances in connection with the murder jOf tMfldame Levein at Monte Carlo, has bees »fiflptcnccl to hard labour for life. His wife »ww sentenced to death. Mr. Frank W, Frazer, gi Scone, N.S.W;., writes WI fías touring Ney Zealand some time ego, g/jd' 'pwipg to the continued wet weather con- tracted a very severe cold. W'nik staying a¡t ti\c "Royal Oab," jn Wei. Hngton, a íriejví advised mc to try Chamberlain's P.oug^ Remedy. This advice «ac io.Uowe.l, and affff I had . taken a ¡fw doses wu,s .ctjgraplcjLG/y cured. I can coçÇdojitly recommend Chamberlain's Cough Hentfdy to any- one suffering from throajt ty lupg troubles. For sale by All chemises and storekeepers.
Sensational Suit Ended. NULLITY OF MARRIAGE REFUSED. STRONG JUDICIAL COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
Sensational Suit Ended. NULLITY OF MARPJAGÉ REFUSED. 1 STRONG* JUDICIAL ¿COMMENT. Tn thc Divorce Court this morning (says the '"S.M. Herald" of the 26th 'ult.), Mr. Justice Sinrpson delivered his, reserve*! Judgment in . the petition, of Ethej Lil Victoria Maud" Washipg $gif Brown, otherwise called Fisher, for thc nullity of her marriage with Ojiarles pqrnelius" Fisher, pn the &roui}d that'she jijad, tççij fprcpd to go through the ceremony by fear and dupesg, . His Honor said tho ceremony pf marriage was gone through in à cer- tain house in Sydney, and the clergy- man who celebrated it was the Rev. Dr. Zillmann. At that time he was authorised, according- to law,*', to per-, form the ceremony of marriage.. Al- though the . ceremony was " gone (through at night, under circum'stan jces which were detailed in evidence, in law, supposing the petitioner was a.free agent, and (had a consenting mind, the çercmpny was just as bin "ling as though perfprn/ied by the Arrjibislipp^the ¡C...
Federal Parliament. A TIMBER DISCUSSION. (By Telegraph). MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
Federal Parliament A TIMBER DISCUSSION. (Bj- Telegraph). MELBOURNE, Thursday. In tho House of Bcpresensativcs to- day Mr. W. H. Irvine asked if any> klecision, had yet been reached in re- gard to the rebate on timber used in the manufacture of butter Tjoxcs. Mr. Austin Chapman (Minister for Trade and Customs), replied that thc danger of such a rebate was that it often would go into thc wrong pock- ets. The Treasurer would shortly (l>ut a proposal before the House to ¡admit timber for butter boxes free pf duty. ?.. Mr. E. L. Bachelor asked what ab- out fruit cases? Hr. Chapman said they had suffi- cient timber in Australia for fruit cases. Mr. Fisher asked if the Minister was not aware that log timber, in- cluding New Zealand pine wus alrea- dy free. »».. Although Mr« Chapman did not de- clare it in so many words, it was byident that jt,.isuhis intention to said notice had been given to on im- plement maker, whose tenn had not yet expired. As 'soon as"it had done so. he would m...
"ALL RED" ROUTE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
"ALL RED" ROUTE. LONDON, Thursday. I Mr. Seaton, late. Canadian Minis- ter, discussed the "All Red" route at the Liberal Colonial Club! He was confident it would shortly succeed. The Rt. Hon. W. P. Reeves stated that Xew Zealanxl was prepared to amply contribute. I Captain Collins mentioned that a reasonable cost would be a factor in the situation. Australia was sympa- thetic on ail Imperial matters; Lord Brassey suggested that thc Great Canadian Railway might finan ciallv: co-onerate_
THE ZULU RISING. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
THE ZULU TtTSJXG. LONDON", Thursday. It is stated that the Natal Govern- ment have evidence that the recent series of murders of loyal natives was intended to force -p\\ the natives into one camp .which then wpuld lie the signal for a general rising. The action of thc Government took the conspirators by surprise and sav- ed the lives of other loyalists, includ ing the chief Sabindi whom thc Govr crntnent is specially protecting ow- ing io his fidelity in critical periods in.the Ia8$.fypr. Jir. Saunders, Commissioner for Zululand, has conferred with Colonel MacKenzie and accompanied portion of.thc troops to tho front. ' Tho paramount chief Dinizulu has telegraphed Jto (he Government, ex- pressing his.'surprtfio .at the prepara sions made to arrest him, and asking why, if they thpugijt ">»m in the wrong, he was not tried and, if fojwitl guilty, punished, ? This telegram in attributed U) ? thc presence of 200 police, who aro wat- ching the natives until thc main force arrives. : The...