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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor is itt no way responsible for th* opinion of correspondents. The ventilation of public matters will always be encouraged under this heading provided the letters sent in are signed by the respective writers. We reserve to ourselves the right to exclude all manuscript bearing a norn deplume, although we are prepared to admit that "Pro Bono Publico*' "Old Subscriber," "One W/io\ Knows," and the rest of that ancient frater- nity of anonymous scribes, may, under certain circumstances, be excused for veiling their signatures.] j

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Police Court. FRIDAY. AUGUST 2OTH. (Before Mr B. R. Stafford, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

Police Court. FRIDAY. AUGUST 2OTH. (Before Mr B. R. Stafford, P.M.) Fredrick Herman Half napp, formerly a storekeeper at Ball Pocket, but r.ow of Atherton, was charged on three separate counts with breaches of the Insolvency Act. Mr. G. W. Le Vaux appeared for the Crown and Mr. E. A. Milford for the de- fendant. Thomas Geo. Fraser, Registrar of the Supreme Court of Qjeensland, Towns ville, gave formal evidence as to tho re- ceipts and exhibits in connection with the examination of defendant. John Cairns, Commission Agent and trustee in the estate of defendant, de- posed that at a meeting of defendant's creditors held in the office of che witness on 7th January last, he asked insolvent whether he had any property or money, other than that mentioned in the schedule. Defendant replied iii the negative, and that he had sold all the goods in his store at Ball Pocket and at Towalla. .Subsequently he said that he had sold a riding saddle with horses to Joseph Rubello. Witness had not recei...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

QUEENSLAND BRISBANE, Monday. In the International football match, Queensland v New South Wales, played at ¡the Association ground on Satur dsy, theN.S.W. team won by 4 points. BBISBASE. Wed. ' The official forecast issued by the Weather Bureau states that N.W. winds accompanied by showers may be expected in the Cairns district. Ben ntlett, the great Socialist and Labor leader, gave a lecture in the Centennial Hall last .'night His subject being "Strikes and their Causes." He was attentively listened to throughout the evening. ? 8ome tronble »: sntiripsH in :tl»a 5Westtrn^istócts-S-with-regard - to roustabout'si wages. The men on Maxwellton and Bichmond Downs and Hamilton Downs have gone out on strike, demanding 30s per week instead of 15s which is the rate now ruling. Mr Peter McLean, Under Secretary for Agriculture, acting under instruc- tions from Hon. A. J. Thynne, Ministsr for Agriculture, leaves by the Aramac on Saturday next, for the parpóse of inspecting the State Nurseries a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

I ? ? I "IMITATION . ia tho . I SINCEREST FLATTERY." The article* moat imitated are CLEMENTS TONIC and . FUrrCIiJffi'S ITLL8. r WHYt - - - ; ; BECAUSE Uta? nara the beat repata tkm aad are meat in ; demand: by. the public, consequently,?-, every 'dishonest ] trader tri«« to tods on tljeir fame and renown. . It - ia really wonderful that the Austra- lian people are so slow to see the truth as regards the unscrupulous quacks and charlatans who" prey on the credulity* ol the Australian pablie. Scarcely a week ever passes hat what the press exposes the baxetaeed>*Dd shameful practicas of some of these harpies, yet, in face of all, they seem to thrive, and the paper who hounds them down most thrives fattest on their adverHsments and cracks champagne over each balance-sheet. Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Fills have never yet stoop- ed to deception and misrepresentation. They are scientific and- therapeutical agents, and evidence as to their value can be found in every district, and suc...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. August 18.-Palmer, s, Captain A, J. Clark fruin Townsville. Pasengers : Mesdames Lahey, Rossenblooui, Flynn, Peters, Messrs. Clowes, Laney, Falloon, Bulcock, Johns, Williamson, Cutler, Dr. Rossenbloom, Rev. Father Ryan and 10 in the steerege. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. August 19-Wodonga, s. Captain J. E. Meaburn, from southern ports. Passen- gers : Messrs. Langdon, (larboard, Mesdames Leslie, Balfour, Spillane, Blackwell, Messrs. Sellars, Dickson, Foxwcll,, Hardy, Ranniger, Armour, , Scott, Matthews, Heaps, "Fraser, Burns, 1 Court, üosenburg, "Willmett and. 7. in ; the ;.. fiteorage.T >,Burna, "?;: "PUüp;;:-."*ud;V^ Co.;, """agenta."--'^ ""? L-^-<-^.- v~f^-i-i-hj¿*>f:^l "Augustin-Maranoa, s, Captain C. A Thorpe, from Gulf ports. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. August 20-South Australian, s, Cap- tain Irving, from Southern ports. Adelaide S.S. Co., agents. August 21 Wodonga, s, Captain J. E. Meaburn, from Cooktown. Passengers : Miss Henry, Mrs. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

Japanese - Storekeeper, - CAIRNS. ^.S^IIITSÜ, i StOBKKeePKB, 8ACH8 8TRBR, CAIRVI, ! HAS a Loree and Select STOCK of JAPANESE SILKS. She- abo makes a Speciality of Japanese Curios, Japa- nese Tables, Baskets,. etc., etc, Japanese Bamboo Hats, Japanese Tinned Fish, Pre- served Game, etc. Her prices are exception- ally cheap, and Customers can rely apon the very highest quality of all goods. MRS. 8. O. MITSTJ, SACHS STREET, CAIRNS. D' RINK only "GOLDEN" the New Tea. ! Delicious Flavor; - P. Lennon, Pro*1 I prietor. FR Crockery, Riassware, Holloware, ..Lampware,:-Enamelled ¡Ware, and General Furnishing Lines, try P. Lennon THE Largest Importer of every descrip- tion of Produce, Forage, «tc. is P. Lennon. "POR General Drapery, Men's &. Youth's. Ï Clothing, Hats, Boots and; Shoes, atest style* and cuts at P. -Lennon's . PRIME PUS'S HEADS in Brine, Salt Herrings in Cask, and Swede-Tur- nips at P. Lennon's. SPECIAL TAILOR-MADE SUITS, in Serge, Fancy Sergettea, Tweeds, &c., f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

WHOLESALE & RETAIL j Provision - Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS, J (Next door to A. Keeble & Co.) . MBOLAND buys his Goods for Spot Cash, in the Cheapest and, . Best Markets of the World. He can, therefore, afford to sell at a ' lair Profit, Cheaper than any other House in Cairns. j WHAT IS M. BOLAWS STOCK ?! Goods Delivered promptly to all parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PRODUCE, Fresh Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twicè.a week. . M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. lu li I £ ß S A L IMPORTER OF EVERT DESCRIPTION PRODUCE ! PRODUCE ! -AND Cheapest, Cheapest, Cheapest, BEST BEST BEST Quality, Quality, Quality, f FRESH ) ( FRESH ) ( FRESH ) (BUTTER) (BUTTER 1 (BUTTER] SB OTT OM P RICES. Sole Agent in Queensland for "KARA TEA." Ka» Te»-THE "CUP THAT CHEERS. Kai*a Tea-THE ONLY GENUINE TEA. Kara Tea-ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. Kara Tea-THE BEST IN THE WORLD. Tea Pocked in llb. Tim, «nd 31b., 51b., 101b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

fT>HE Best Family Grocer for all kinds of 4- Edibles is P. Lennon. Cheapest,-iud Beat. A direct importer. .' . BAMBOO Chairs, Lounges, Tables, now being opened up. Bucp,' Pmr,p & Co., LTD. Í ? TBE .-? HOWARD-SMITH LINE OF INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. WEEKLY PASSENGER AND CAKOO SERVICE - FROM CAIRNS TO--' GERALDTON -A S.S. LASS O'GOWBIE I (135 Ton»), LUCINDA V WEDNESDAY 18th August, TOWNSVILLE J at 8 a.m. " Transhipping Passengers »nd Cargo into the S.S. " PEREGRINE," " TYRIAN," and " LEURA," leaving Townsville for all Southern Ports every Saturday. Passengers Bunked through to all . Southern Ports. CAIRNS TO SYDNEY VIA TOWNS- VILLE (ONLY) S.S." "BARRA- BOOL," Tuesday, August 17th. - MACKAY ROCKHAMPTON MARYBOROUGH BRISBANE SYDNEY MELBOURNE ADELAIDE ALBANY FREMANTLE GERALDTON PEREGRINE. LEURA TYRIAN FROM TOWNSVILLE Every SATURDAY. Eeducetl Steerage Fares. A LIBERAL REDUCTION is allowed off STEERAGE Passage Rates. For further particulars apply to WALSH & CO., AfientB. -TI...

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Geraldton-Goondi Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

Geraldton-Goondi Cricket Match. A cricket match was played in Geraldton on 22nd inst., between teams representing Geraldton awl Goondi. Following arc the scores : GERALDTON.-1st Innings. Armstrong, c. .ll Paul, b. 0 Alexander, mu out.53 Shaw, b. 8 O'Maliey, b.12 Bailey, 1. O Britten, retired .2S I McDonald, b. O Howard, b.. 1 Brownlie, not out . 1 Dillane, b. O Sundries. 7 Total .121 Bowling analysis-Stone, 6 wickets for 65; O'Kane, 2 wickets for 33; Jackson, 1 wicket for 16. GOONDI-1st Innings. Griffiths, b.. 3 Stone, b. 4 Style», b. . 2 Cameron, b. ... . .. 2 O'Kane. b. ... . 16 Jackson, b. 3 Speight, c. ... i . 1 Mathieson, b. . 0 Und, b.v .... 2 Cotterall, b. ... 1 Beresford, not out. 0 Sundries. ... 5 Total . 39. Bowling analysis.-Paul, 7 wickets for 18 ; Alexander, 3 wickets for 16. GOOSDI.-2nd Innings. GriSths, c. 1 Beresford, c.. 0 Styles, c. . O Stone, c. 19 O'Kane. c. 2 Cotterell, c. 1 Keid.c. .. .. .. .. O I Speight, u. . ... ... -- "???.?» aUsKuaon.c..; .... S ? Jackson,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

GRAIG'S FEVER MIXTURE St. John's Church, CAIRNS. Cake ai)d Aproi) Fair!! Cake ai)d Aproo Fair ! ! IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF THE ABOVE CHURCH, WILL LE HELD IN THE DiTisioiial Board.'. Hall, ON Thursday Next, Sept. 2nd, I OPEN AT 7 P.M. One Night Only. One Night Only. t rpHE CAKE AND; APEON FAIK will I 1 he deol.md open by ihe Mayores», I Mrs. A.' J. Draper, who has kindly con seated to officiate. SrRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL: Notwithstanding ¡di promises to tho con- trary, the Committee of Management (Ladies who cannot keep a secret) have determined to let thc public just a little | behind thc scenes. We hope to surprise you all with A UNIQUE DISPLAY OF PLAIN ANO FANCY GOODS A WONDERFUL PROVISION STALL VEGETABLES, POULTRY, PASTRY, EVERYTHING. LOVELY TEA ROOM. MUSIC. ANGLERS CATERED FOR A FISH POND PROVIDED RODS AND LINES FURNISHED. Tho Articles in the Various Stalls Com- prise really useful household Goads. DOLLS FOR THE LITTLE ONES, ROBES FOR THE BARIES, PYJAMAS FOR TUE GENTLEMEN FANCY GOODS ...

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Watseaville Mineral Wealth. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

WataeavtUe Mineral Wealth. The following b given M a [prefatory not I to a report by Mr Sydney B. J. Skertcbl , Assistant GoTernment Geologist, on th' I tin mines of Watsonville,. recently issuet j by the " Government :-r-«51 - consider thi I Herberton district as rich aa. tba finest parti of Western Ainerics, and I know then fairly well, a^ I look ooatidWljr forward !'ha. lis»» ; ¿Telar niant.ia-Tfi'i-lsail l-ajshatf^.^ Jack has-recently Mid of tfie' Hodgkinson goldfield ; word for word its conclusions apply to the Herberton district. Many of the mines are of permanent value, and have been abondoned for similar reasons to those he pointed out as applicable on tho ¡ Hodgkinson. Miujog is always a specula, j lion, but so is a baker's or a butcher's shop, i and 1 can, and do state confidently, after nearly thirty years of professional work in Europe, Asia, Africi, and America, that I never ssw anything more promising than this Northern area of Queensland, which has fallen into decaden...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

Commercial. Messrs Goldsborough, Mort Sc Co., Sydney, specially report on the produce market under date 14th August as follows : Hides-Heavies, 3 3/8d to 4Jd ; mediums, 3d to 3jd ; lights, 8d to 3W per lb. 2allom-Mutton, j£l6n los to ¿16.175 6d ; mixed.'. JCIS-15* to.^16: 7*^6d ; ;bocC, £*S .15* to £ib -7«. <H1 |Ä* «OÍ*. . .. ..... - Sheepskins,-FuU-woolled ajd to 5d per lb; medium, 3 Jd to 4d par lb ; short«, 2d to 3d per lb. The hide market was only lightly supplied and competition for light and mediums was exciting. Prices improved Jd per lb. Heavy hides were in good demand at last week's offerings. . On account of the substantial risc in thc London cables for tallow, this market also has improved to the extent of 7s 6d on mutton, and i's 6d on mixed and beef. There was a good attendance at sheepskin auctions, and prices were well maintained, but the prices tor crossbreads is still unsatis I factory. _

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THE SPIRIT MOVETH HIM. (To THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

THE SPIRIT MOVETH HIM. (To TUE EDITOR.) Sir,-Perhaps you will he kind enough to hand over the enclosed 10s to the Cairns band. Next to a new« paper I know of nothing more neces- sary to the welfare of a community than a band. Music will build np a solid fortress for good out of the most unstable of elements. Social dogma may be trim or false; so, too, that if religion, hut the doctrine of hat mony, as most sweetly voiced hy music is au elevated truth. So much for music in general. The particular charm of a band is that it can only pity, to advan- tage in the open air where all may hear. : I sometimes think that Swinburn must have had combined music in his thoughts when he wrote, í V " When .due« men. Staad U>|ether The Nations are less by three." - ? All nations might, perchance, be represented in one band of music. Would ideas of |mtriotism, or those of general harmony for common good eff.-ct, be uppermost in the minds of players ? They know they must play together, and more, th...

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NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 26 August 1897

NOTES AND NOTICES. Mr. J. S. Love, who was asked to attend Cairns during Show week and assume the duties of a judge at the Grounds Show, has written "to the Secretary, regretting his inability to be present. A meeting of the ladies of St. John's, in- terested in the forthcoming Cake and Apron Fair, to, be held next Thursday, September . and,- was held yesterday - afternoon- at the ?i^g-' JT *"T*b*^ wnwittd io to " a very enthusiastic mectfnj. naal ataas-. - : arrangements were completed and all sorts of cash-extraction plots hatched for the benefit of the hundreds who are sure to be attracted to the Divisional Hall on the 2nd inst. The Port Douglas Annual Races will be held on thc beach, Port Douglas to-morrow. The programme provides for six events and a total of £40 added money. The entries for the principal events are numerous and that the arrangements will be as perfect as possible, is guaranteed by the fact of the name of Mr. Nicholas Fynn being appended to all docu- ments as Ho...

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Cairns School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 September 1897

Cairns School of Arts. 'J ht, usual monthly meeting of the aboie wits held last lliuistlay nifeht at 7 30 | m '11K following members weie piment -Messis B R Stnffoid (President), J P Canny, D Shepheid, J LyoiiR, J G Hoaie, Geo Bardon and the Sectetarv The minutes of the last nutting weie rtad and confirmed on the motion of Mt J. P Cann), seconded by Mi T S Hope OUTWUID COHItrSPONOENCL I ïhe Outward Coriespondenco in- cluded the following - lo the Committee of the CATS thank in" them for the donation of ¿I' 4s 6d, being proceeds of an entertninmcnt given on 28th July hst fo W J Turner, stitmg that Ins account of £5 2s 6d did not come under the powers of the present Committee as it wis i debt contracted by the defunct committee some yeirs prcvous lo the Ciptun H MS "Torch" convey ing the inlunilion tint Captain, officers anti men had been appointed honorary members during their stny in Cairns To I Lissner, MIA, isl ing to hive the Institution phcul on the Parliamentary I rec list. INW...

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[?] (Before Mr B. R. Stafford, P.M.) MONDAY, AUGUST 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 September 1897

n'j¿ uc/t/t/i/ i/vici w" (Before Mr B. R. Stafford, P.M.), MONDAY, AUGUST 30th. Wm. Baicden (seaman IL M. S. Rapid), charged with using obscene language, and re- sisting the police in the execution of their duty. Police Constable Robert Fenwick : " I ar- rested accused at the Parramatta Hotel at 1.30 p.m. on Sunday on another charge. He made use of bad language in the hearing of passers-by all the way to the gaol. Accused resisted me when I arrested him, and ran away, and on my catching him I had to engage a cab to take him to the lock-up." Constable Reuben Smith : " I was in com- pany with Constable Fenwick when he ar- rested accused ; heard defendant use the language with xv hich he is charged. He gave a lot of trouble until we got him to the gaol." Fined £2 on each charge, or 4 months. Jas. Jones, (seaman H.M.S. Rapid), simi- lar charges. Pleaded guilty to using obscene Unguage. Fined £2. Pleaded not guilty to resisting police. Constable Alfred Gilmour : " I arrested ac cused yes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 September 1897

YOUIE UTI~~Write to mu for Valu*hic lUUnD Bill FREE BOOK concerning your- selves. PEOFESSOE HERMAN, Specialist, 41 Collins Place, Melbourne. BIRRQIFI) I MIK -Write to mo for Vulu IHHnl1ll.ll LnUlLdi »ble FREE BOOK con- cerning yourselves. PROFESSOR HERMAN, French Specialist, {41 Collins Place, Mel- bourne. Gilbey^ InvalidPort Recommended by Physicians i <

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 September 1897

THE Best Famdy Grocer for all kinds of Edibles is P. Lennon. Cheapest and Best. A direct importer. Seventh Annual Show OF TUB CAIRNS Agricultural Pastoral and Mining Amci.tion, Will be held on Tooday, Wednesday, & Thursday Aug. 31, and Sept. 1 and 2,1897. Opens at Divisional Hall on Tuesday night, and continued on Grounds on Wednesday and Thursday. 'Full particulars in Schedules and Posters. { A. J. DRAPER, ( Secretary.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 September 1897

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wed. At the Rosehill races there was splendid weather. The principal event was won by Aurea, who was only backed at twelve to one. Results Granville Stakes : Cherry 1, Read ford 2, Speculation 3. Jumpers' Flat Race : J.B 1, Cornet 2, Fairyhouse 3. Flying Handicap: Method 1, De- voted 2, Zeno 3. Rosehill August Handicap : 1 mile and 3 f ni longs. Aurea 7st Dib 1, The Captain 7st 8ln, 2, Heemsam Cut 91b, 3. Other stirtcrs: Projectile. The Favourite. Won by a neck, a length between second and third. Time 2min 25secs Auction Plate : Surplus 1, Billyin gra 2, Antwerp 3. Welter Mile. Wudbud l,ZittelU2, Parthenopous 3

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GROUND SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 2 September 1897

GROUND SHOW. Best Stallion, any age, at stud ia Cairns district, £1 Is presented by National Insurance Coy Jsasss Craig'* Darra well. 1 Tatra were no other entries I Best Brood Mare, any age. £1 Is T. Dillon's Nellie. 1 No other entry Best Pair Horses, suitable for plough, to be driven in the ring ; £t Is presented by J. F. Hollis Esq T. Dillon'* Nellie and Tom ... 1 No other entry Maiden Jump, limited to hone* that have never won a prise in jumping at this or any other Show ; £2 2«, presented by W- J. Munro, E-, « "» W. Banning's Haymaker. 1 - W-Collinaoo'a Patch . 2 W. Banniogs Donovan, Simpsons Mollie, i F. Fyae's Mary Ellen, Oswald'* Brasher, t. 8m!th's Coral, also competed. Patch aid Haymaker ware left in at the final, when Patch strack tb* first hurdle and was counted out. Best Hone, Filly and Gelding, xyrs. or over, bred in Cairns district, ii is or ¿medal. ' Patt of £5 5s prize, presented by L MJtB&B£t% ESQ*« U*.U.A.« Mr R. Martin's Notice, . 1 Mr W. F. Pyne's Mary E...

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