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CHARGED WITH STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
' CHARGED WITH STEALING* Two hours of tho Police Court yesterday forenoon were occupied in thc hearing of the case in which, a, Chinaman named Soe Dunce, on re I mand, was charged with stealing tho ¡sum of £14 from one Tam Leo, Mr, IT. MacDonnell appeared for the pros secution, and Mi'. Hartley,for tho de- fence Evidence was -tendered hy Willie Ming and Wah Sing to tho eifect that on 15th Xovenibes last1 accused was given £14 to hand to Tam 'Lee as compensation for injuries . he had sustained tb one of his oyes.' Complainant stated that Soe Bunco hud not handed'over u penny of that sum jet, despite three or four re- quests, in answer to Mr. Hartley, Tam Lee staled that some money had been paid by Le« On Koo, but it had nothing to do with Ibo £14. Witness told .Willie Ming that accused had cleared out woth thc money.' A£ this stage the case was adjourned, till the 12th inst, . !
THE CAIRNS BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
THE CAIRNS BAND* Tho Citizens Brass Band rendered ai good programme in Abbott-street last evening, and the selections .were apr* preciated by a large crowd. A col-, lection in aid of the Baud funds re« aliaetl iii/0/7, including 10/-. from Air. Duneen,. The band ' are now. short of funds, and aro organising ajj: excursion on New Year's Day in order, to raise money for thc purpose of . defraying the cost of removing .ÜKJ band room to a new site, thus avoids ing the necessity fee a public appeal^ It is to be hoped that thc excursion, will be well patronised* i.
MINING Cairns Stock Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
MINING Cairns Stock Exchange. Chillagoe, b 4/4, s 1/7; paid b 5/4, s 5/7 , Mungana Co., b 7/4, s 7/6 O.K., b 5/2, s 5/ù Mount Molloy, b 10/-, s 10/3 Chil.. RuddygoTc. b £0/10, s £7/10 Endeavor Leslie, b 10/-, s 30/ Vulcan, b 6/-, s 6/6 Stannary Hills, b 2/2, s2/6 Smith's Creek, b 4/5, s 4/9 llalzicll's, b 1/10, s2/l Gilmore's, b P/7, s 6/10 Mitchell River, b 3/-, s 3/6 Durham Consols, b 2/9, s 3/1 Sales-Chillagoe,; : 4/6; Smith's Creek, 4/7; Mitchel.! River 3/2 SOUTHERN QUOTATIONS. BRISBANE. Chillagoe, h 4/3, s 4/7 Mount Molloy, 1. 10/ O.K.. b 5/2, s 5/4 Dnbiell's, b 1/8, s 1/11 Mungana Co., b 7/3, s 7/7 CHARTERS TOWERS. Durham Consols, b 2/9, s 3/ Mount Molloy, b 10/ llunerana Co., b 7/ O.K., b 5/2, s 5/5 ,Jt^^^^vcr^b^2^9^^^^^^^^^ Moiint Molloy, b 10/
CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
CASE DISCUSSED* In the.case in which a , Japaneso nained SuKltra proceeded against Daniel White, a sailer from, the Fan-j tome, on'a charge of destroying. cerr> tain property, ' Mr. H.; MacDonnell,; who appeared fer ' the prosecution^ intimated in the Police Court thia morning that lie did not intend, to, offer any further evidence.. .The casa, was accordingly dismissed.' . *;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
Coolgarra Athletic Club Sports to bo held at Coolgarra MONDAY, BECKMHER 23rd, 1907. £50 PROGRAMME £50 OPEN HANDICAP, of £ia * Firat £10 ; second £a ; third £1. Dis- tance 100 y »rds. Nom. 6/-, ac- ceptance 8/-. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, of £35,. First £20.; second £3» third £2. Distance 130 yards. Norn. 10/-, aocep. 5/-&lt; *
ETHERIDGE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
ETHERIDGE VISITORS. Intending visitors to the Etheridge can make arrangements for visiting the various portions of the field by wiring to William Cramb, Atictioneer Georgetown. Buggies can always be arranged for if orders are wired iu advance. This obviates annoying de- lays which often occur when visitors reach Georgetown and find a diffi- culty In obtaining suitable) and I prompt means ol uoiñg convoy od , t.o Abo .? outlying portion» .._ ot..tho -field. Mr.'^rarmtf ^sBT^up^e^^t-^Bhort [ notice all information required re- tarding rainin« Invnstments. etc. JHIE REASON WHY. DR. SHEL- DON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES CURE INDIGESTION, DYSPEP- SIA, AND ALL STOMACH TROÜ . BLES, ls that they actually contain all of tiie natural digestants as found it, a healthy stomach. Unlike many so-called' indigestion cures, these tabules / are neither laxative or these tabules are neither laxative or cathartic, and do not act ? upon the bowels in any way for in indigestion .or dyspepsia the whole trouble is...
PRESS CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
PKBSS CIUTICISJI. Winston Churchill spoke in London recently to a party of journalists, saying it was astonishing how keen- ly sensitive to newspaper criticism the ordinary person was, and quoted what he said was a letter received by an editor in the United States, as follows:-"Dear sir,-I regret to inform you that on my - way home from the saloon this evening, I fell into a political altercation with Col, Jonas P. Walker of ¡this town,, in the course of which a slight misun- derstanding arose, and I am- very sorry to think that in thc end I shot him. But 1 earnestly hope that no ex- aggerated account of this painful cpi sode will appear in tho columns of your paper-"Argonaut."
THE HORNED HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
THE HORNED HORSE. I have had no fewer than four hor- ned horses brought to my pen wi titi n thc last throe or four years (says "The Looter Un" in .the "JIark Lane Express').. Darwin showed that horn like projections were not infrequently fouiiu in horses, and other writers have also drawn attention ,to thc fact. Azara, an eminent Spanish na- turalist who flourished in the latter end of the eighteenth, century, and whose researches, in South America were of great value to the scientific world, speaks of a couple of horses in which the projections were 3ia. or 4ia, in length. The frequency with which these cases of horses with horns have (been dÍBCO.vered in rece yearB at any ratfj affords prcsunip ,tiom that the travellers in .the days of old had iome grounds for the won, dorful statements they made atout horned horses. The earliest case which came under my. notice was that of a thorough- bred horse, which was bred and own- ed by Col. ileysey Thompson, at Xuüthorpc Hall, near York., ...
CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
CONDITIONS. Nominations for Open and Sheffield Handicapa to be in t|i£ hands oí the Secretory on Jonday, December 9th, together last two years' per !urm"ances, if none tho last six starts. Runners can nominate and accept, for Open and Sheffield Handicaps for, £1. Acceptances close SATURDAY,* Dficember 21st. 1907. HOBT. ANDERSON, Hon, Sec,
UNSOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
" UNSOUND Nim A wolfram miner, staffed to have cqme from Wolfram Camp, arrived in Cairns under escort and will be takten on to Townspillc for medical obser- vation previous to being sent tc tho' "asylum for the insane at- Goodna. The unfortunate man, whose name is Stewart White, was arrested after a fierce struggle at Mareeba, and it 4s, stated that he had been drinking heavily. ' DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBROCA- TION for RHEUMATISM,
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. Bums Philp & Co. Ltd., Agents. Kuranda, from Townsville via ports is due here every Tuesday afternoon, leaves for'Port Douglas " same after- noon, returning Tuesday night and leaving on Wednesday morning, on thc return. Wodonga arrived to-day from Coob town and leaves this evening for Mel- bourne via ports. Eastern (E. & A. Co.) from Hong- kong en route to Melbourne, is due at Cairns on 14th December. Empire (E. & A.) for Hongkong via ports, leaves Cairns on the 10th December. Moldavia (P. & O.), for London via Plymouth, leaves Sydney at mcon on December 7. Nikko Maru (N.Y.K.) for Japan leaves Townsville an December 9. Kumano Maru (N.Y.K.) from Ja- pan, en route to Melbourne, n leaves" Townsville December 13. Moresby (B.P. Line) for Sydney via New Guinea 'and Sdlomm Is- lands, leaves Cooktown on December 7th. Airlie (B.P. Line) ' for Singapore via ports, leaves Cairns on Decem- ber 6. ; Aorangi (A. & A.-line), for Van-' cou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
CUSTOMS, FORWARDING, SHIPPING, INSURANCE. ' Work ot all kinds. ~ Agents for OCEAN Passenger and Freight Steamship lines to and from Europe, America, and the East. Shippers bf ores, matte, metals, timber, or other products for State. Interstate, English, or other ports will find it to their advantage to -communicate with us. FEARNLEY & CO., LTD., late J. G. FEARNLEY Telephone No. 59. , Telegrams.-Fearnley, Cairns. BURNS PHILP & CO. LTD. ISLAND LINE OF STF.AMERS. To New Guinea, Solomon Islands.and Sydney and vice versa. Moresby, Captain F. J. Bayldon, from CooKtown, December 7th. Mokambo, Captain H. Weabherall, from Cooktown, January 11th. Round trips can be made, return- ing coastwise by the steamers o! the VLU.S.N. Co.. Ltd. For particulars as to fares apply ? BURNS PHILP & CO LTD:. ; Cairns.
LENNON'S NEW DRUG STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907
LEXÎîpX'S NEW DRUG- STORE. Last month honors came easy. It .was a great month for Lennon's New Drug Store. It was a. royal deman rtration and fitting dedication to' the newest-contribution td Cairns Drug Stores. I am proud of the popular public approval shown me last month and which I shall strive to main- tain, seeking day ofter day to make this a perfect Drug Store and one that will ever retain tho good will and confidence of the people. The merit of my drugs', chemicals, etc., is ever to be my claim for patronage and not the decrying quotations of impossible prices. I trust the asso- ciations and friendship formed since my advent in the field of Drug Store business may be ever fastened with the cords of many years satisfactory, relations. Mail your orders if you cannot visit my Drug Store. ., , , . A prize competition ticke^ given with every puschase. -V -Perspiring humanity relieved at my American Soda Fountain. Telephone . f 124 :P.O. Box,. 124. Lennon, Chemist, Abbott St, /(ne...