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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1884. Local items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 31 July 1884

TIIUKSDAY, JULY 31w ISSI. ... Local items. Owing to want of «pace the report of the proceedings at the Divisional Board meet- ing ha'.A yesterday afternoon, is unavoidably held over until our next issue. The' weather during the past week has been beautifully fine, the mornings and evenings being. delightfully cool. No rain has fallen during that period, and the pre- vailing wind has been from the.S.E. .Attention im emited to tb« announcement ot O.« Ml« Uti .lU.i-.Mlt. .»? IMMI. <.w» \U Abbott-street and two,on. the Esplanade, to take place at. the. Lands Office on Tuesday, the 5th inst. . if'-'. During the temporary absence pf Mr. Hill, the duties of C.P.S. will be undertaken by Slr. E. T. "Hartley, who will attend at the C.P.S ? office daily between 10 and ll o'clock ».ni. By advertisement in another column it it will be seen that Mr. H. "V. Freame, in- tends opening in . Laïe-street on Saturday next, as a produce- merchant and commission, general, and forwarding agent. ...

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before R. A. Kingsford, E. E. Southerden, D. Patience, and R. J. Gorton. E.qs., J.J.P.) July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 31 July 1884

''?'? [ ' Courts. ? POLICE COURT. . (Before R. A. Kingsford, E. E. Southerden, O. Patience, and E. J. Gorton. E-.qs., J.J.P.) ? - July 25... , ----- ?- ' ' -"Mignot y. Harvey.-Claim for wages Í28 Ss*- -td. Defendant pleaded-not indebted. After a lengthy hearing, the Bench gave a verdict for., the. plaintiff for.£15' 6s id, and £2 7s Cd coals, to be paid wit. in fourteen dtifn. in default levy and distress,, in default ltwo montllflC PLiiutiff 'waa r^préaeat«d' hy «tr. A. F^a.., ... . . . - - ?'" (More -'W.^jt, Q,, HUI. Baa... FJI. It. A. : atingstord, and B. J. Gorton, Esq*., l.i.ï.) * July 29. _ J. H. Swift, reutinded from the pren-us .day,' appeared to his ba il, charged with 1 ? r ceny of a qnuntityjof earpeater s toola value 30B, the property óf ii. T. Douglas. F.roin the evidence adduced tt appe¿rs th¿t prose- cutor is a carpenter, and was engaged on some work ¡it Mr. Hook's house, where the prisoner. and his wife also résilie i. For certain reasons prisoner objected to proser ...

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Herberton Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 31 July 1884

j -: Herberton Mining Items. ' Twa aspect of the mining industry in and 'ari .Sad lierai ton is encouraging. The ru o«ut wwi tr etr.lte ia this <¿rc*t ¿"vorthern p.c. oceii cut ii'-'to 30ft wituout auy sigii of the hungiag-*ail being met with, and good ?patones of stone run right through lt. LçvjpJs llave been started north and south on thie^fuoi.wall side oi. the lode, so that tiiere are already turee faces opened on thc bunch. Tin-of fair qu:ility is dieing ./Lily . raised from the ¿Jo. 2 lode ut the ïiÇit level, and there are tow 40j tons of stone in the Her l-erpon . ria Company's mill yard. Viten altogether we tii.nk it may oe safely said thiit the mine.never gave such promise of inexhaustibility as it does at present., Several other claims are looking wei!, the Bn.dlii.ughi Ly-ee-Moon, «e., and some are showing signs of improvement, notably the ??Poor Srroher, in which a large body of pay able. ore. has been struck.- ¡VILD ürvia TiîIES.. . The lease of Aibouia and W...

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 31 July 1884

Cable Messages. (.FROM OCH ÖVS CORRESPONDENTS.) Emrmpmrnm Raws. LONDON, JrfLT 28. The torpedo boat being constructed for the Queensland Governmeut has undergone her trial trip and developed a speed of seventeen knots. The cargo of frozen meat, es Dorunda from Brisbane, is selling at the Smith- field meat market at four-pence to four- pence half-penny per lb. The captain of H.M.5. Flaming!) has placed 'tinder arrest, at Jamaica, the captain of a Spanish gunboat for having fired upon a British sloop. Thc match ' between the .Australian Eleven v. Sussex ended in a.draw in favour of the latter. . Two men-of-war havè been ordered to Suakin in connection with the pro- jected operations in eastern Soudan. . The port of Massowah on the Bed Sea has been' totally destroyed by an earthquake. .' ' - . ''';' " v " a " Cholera yia'. ' 'spreading rapidly in France. -- ?. Jew 20. The conference on the federatiun question"vvill hold its first meeting to- day, when Mr: AV*. H. Smith. M P., will move,...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 31 July 1884

SHIPPING. ABBIY4X3. lil": '-'I July M.-Elamang, a.»., Capt. Lace, from Sydney, vi» Brisbane and pori' Passengers -Mrs. Hurst, Mrs. Cuinmingt» Hrs.-O'Con- nell, Misses 'Wnlker and Hunt. Maser*. Evans, .nfia^fôrd," Paddle, Walker, Echlin, Abraham, .Macnamara; Cummings,- O'Con- nell, and. 1$ in.stee'ragci-" " July S-ll-^Archeç,' s.s.. Capt.; Morris, from 8ydney, via Brisbane and ports. "july 28.-Elamang, SJ.. Capt. Lake, from Cooktown/ PasseSger* '- Mrs. " Thrédgold, Slisjea A. Maves; Fernande»,"Nellie Osc.tr, Messrs. À. Banniger, A. Starcke, H. Levy, T. Hudson," Oscar Smith, H. Leissner, J. Todd, and 14 in. steerage. . July 20.-Arcaar, ».K¿ Capt.-Morris, from Cooktown. ~ : . , . . July 27.-Ague«,-briganfeai. Capt '.fTes tray, from Maryboroogh. - . July 27.-Catterthun, sj., Capt. H. Craig, from Hong Kong. . .. . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 31 July 1884

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION C01LVANY. Tlie company« .«teamers, leave .this port every Thursday for 'Northern. Ports, and every Saturday eTeaiujj;for Southern Torts. For fare« and rates of freight apply ¡it the Company*« own office at wharf. «T.'RNS. PHILP and CO., Limited. . Agents. rfTHE S.Si *« ZEDS,"-Captain Innes, J. : Leaves .:. the wharf every Thursday morning to meet the incoming, and every Saturday evening to meet outgorajr Mail Steamers ; matl leaves every Weafaea&iy and Saturday manintg* ? far Swallow's UBI! Stew- j hwMMvd Baak, Lei IT ED. Incorporated under " The Companies Act," IS»«. IÏAXKEES TO TUE GOVEBXMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital ... ... jei.<«lO,<XX> Paid-up Capital . 500,000 Keservo Fund ... " ... ? l.S.'i,000 Gold bought or iorwjiriled to thc Mint for ' A<May. Interest aIJowi.il on Fixed Deposits nt Current Kates. Draft«! issnwd on Head ] Office, Branches and Agents. Advances j wade against Tin anil oth...

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IMPORTS. EX CATTKRTHUN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 31 July 1884

" ' . " .""IMPORTS. . - ' ? . Consigned to Burns, Philp and Co.-1600 inat*-rice, 50'cases' gin, 250 half-cheats tea, 200 hosea tea, 5' cases ginger, 5 casca 'chow chow. * - '- Ex ELA* ASO. ' Consigned to L. Severin.-2 casca fancy goods, 2 do axes, 1 do chairs, 1 do fancy goods, Vdo cartridges;3 colonial ovens. -,. Consigned "to -S. L. Loeven.--1 case fancy goods, -t boxes packages, 1 case boots. Consigned to W. P. Kodden.-2 cases fancy goods. Consigned to Soul norden, Hook and Co. 10 kegs white lead, 1 do black paint. Consigned to Burns, Philp and Co.-1 trunk boots, 1 ease drapery, 1 do plants. MiscelIaneoi:s.-^-8 casss butter, 2 do cheese, ldo bacon, 5 do butter, 1 do bacon, ti dj apples, 5 bags onions, 5 do oranges, 3 do apples, 1 paper parcel, I keg butter, 1 box boo ¿a, 1 roll' Uthos." I packet drapery, 1 case plants, 1 bag oysters, 3 paper parcels, 1 box, 4 c j t pla.es, 1 tmndle h rail?, 1 package bedding, 3 do bedsteads. 2 cases glass, 1 crate stoves, 1 bask hardwure, 1 case,...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 31 July 1884

Our Neighbours. ¡>KOM OCK OiVN CORRESPONDENTS.] HEBBEBTOM. - -.July .25... LAST time, ninch was heard of the Herber-, ton School of Arts was at Charters Towers and Townsville, where the committee throng h. their delegate, managed io make a stir..Now the same committee aro .on . the war-path agr.in-^they are terrors-and have managed, to eieite sympathy in a high degree, -which culminated in a most respectable gathering .it the Herberton Hall for the purpose of disguising preliminaries to get up a bazajtr,. in aid of the School of Arts fundí to pur -hase t' e lier berton Hall. ? Since then two; moro meetings hiivo boeu held by t ie work taking-which is to come off ;n the race week, 'bids well t" be a most successful affair fijan eially and otherwise, Imean to watch tfris committee; I. may leam something .from them ;worih while recording, as they cer- tainly bave a " quiet ".posh; amon$s>.them. which generally ipanages ti turn tip traaipa. A concert and dramatic eatr-riammeut. wi...

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Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Cairns Divisional Boar*]. A KKETixa of tlic above Board waa held j at thu Board-room, Abbott-street, on the j 30th lût. Present-Messrs. T. K. S. Hook ! (in the chair), J. M. Kyan, T. Mackey, H. I T. Douglas, and W. D. Hobson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The outward correspondence which con- sisted of a petition to the Minister for Lands, requesting that the land on Wright's and Skeleton Creeks be thrown open for selec- tion, was also confirmed. The inward correspondence comprised letters from E. Milford, advising that his fee for being retained by the Buard would be £5 5s per annum, and from K. F. Walker, Hnlgruve l'i»in«. nxittcttna; Dae TumúL fm« v,^... *'*-'?'-" wvlwtàw, ? **» Sgtenl»"Cmt' might l>e put into a proper state of repair. These were dealt with as follows :- ' Mr. Hobson proposed, and Mr. Byan se- conded-'. That Mr. E. ¿lilford be relamed as solicitor to the Board for the next twelve months," and that JU 3s be paid him." Car- ried. M...

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Time Table. BRISBANE AND COOKTOWN. Weakly by Australasian Steam Navigation Company's Contract Steamers. FROM BR[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Time Table. DETSBÀSE ASD COOKTOWX. ~ Weakly bj Anatmlasinn Steam Navigation CiMBpûyja Cootrmct Stoamen." :¿,.- . ¡ttRIS BA.HK. KEITKL BAT, FLAT-TOP ISLAND. TOnSBTILMt POBT COOK DOCaLAS. ITOWK To BRISBANE. COOK- TOWN! POET DOUGLAS. ITOWSBTILLK H.t. <&.*.: lit. I Sat.'. »JO UpJa.I«*». I »jua. ? I ISLAND. Koa. SJ» p.m. Mon. 9.30 p.m. I Arriva ' Leave Arrive! Leave Sat. ll p.m. 13 p.m. I \xxrm BÂT. Allin Iain I

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Our European Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Our Eiiropciiit tatter. IFBO* Or« ora OGBKítSMjxiiKSi.j Ox May 29 Sir Bartle Trece die J. For the major part of hü life he had been connected with the Indian Civil Service, and wad from 1SB2 to ÏSV7 Governor ot' Bombar. In 1S72 he persuaded tlie ¡Sultan of Zanzibar .to enter into measures for thc suppression of the slave traffic, lu 1875 ne accompanied the Prince of Wales to India, lu 1877 be watt appointed Governor at thc Cape, and the result of his fears for the safety of that colony was the Zulu war. Ile was afterwards re-called, and since then lived thc life of an English gentleman. Application waa made tu bury bim in Westminster Abbey, but the Dean refused permission, on the ground of want of room, and as he has been interred in St. Pauls'. On May 2Í) thc first cable steep gradient tramway in Eurone was opened by the Lord Mayor at Highgate. It is about a mile in length, aud extends from the Holloway-road to the top of Highgate Hill, lt is' worked bv a wire cable, laid in a tren...

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Post and Telegraph Notices. MAILS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Vwt U4 Telfgras* Matices, "MAILS RECEIVED.. C,»ktown I SATÜBBAY. 10 wt. . PortDougfcm... --. -ot- .. ? ~ Herberton ) Goldsborough > SATEBDAT, S r.M. Upper Camp . J . Townsville-' "-" . ' Bowen - - Mackay-, =-5»tf7-i, "Tv"? '» " - Brisbana ' Sydney? t Registered letters close one hour. before» and Ute, letters half-«»-hour nf ter time above specified (Iste'fee 3d oav each letter): English mails are made np to catch the ootgomjf Torres Straits steamer at Cooktown or Townsville, according to the time given in " Postal Guide." - { Mails, are . also made BB and. received by * ' " every steamer entering or leafing the port (not nailer contrat),

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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

OFFICE HOÜBS^' : I Telegraph office open rroaa 9 'aA tlll . p.m. daily (Sunday» excepted). I -. Port OtW osea J^gm,*^*»* tOL.S »m. Í BurHay%»m> M» atm, Ji. -W, Ä2a.. ' ¡J Hatuíj Order Q&ce open from 10 aja. till 8 p.m. ; Saturdays 10 a,ut, till IX noon. - ? Saringa Bank open from 10 a-nj. till 3 P.m.; SataMlay.lUa.m, qU lg noam.

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TIMES OF CLOSING, AND RECEIPT OF MAILS. DIRECT MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

TIMBS pP CIrOSRia. ASP RECEIPT . : OF MAILS, . ... --lhasa*»HAIS» '- ??- I Port Poagraa " Herberton . Goldsborough Tipper Camp a Townsville «. Hu wen Mackay Jtoeknamptöii' Gladstone Hris bane Svdnoy _ ... 3IelboaiBs> ? lr.«. ^SATBWUT. 7 WI.

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Victoris. MELBOURNE, AUGUST 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

MELBOURNE. Atem 5. Three fmh CM** of *a«ill-pox an léportesL. ? ? Mach anxi*4y piwraila and raccinatioa ts being largely léaortad to. (From bur Exchanges.) BRISBANE, Ai orar 1. j Mr. Brooke' niotion for the ap nointuicnt of a select committee to en- quire into the chaine- against MTarden Hodgkinson excited « warm debato, and wa* only agreed to .on theaubstitu tion on the committee of Mesara. Mao roaaon and Black ia lieu of Mtaari. Jessop ard Donaldson. Thc latter gentk-saas refused to act, as he had been consulted before the names were proposed by Slr. Brookes. The Brisbane Customs collections for July show an increase of £ 17,000 a* compared with those of thc correspond- ing month of last yeer. Warden Hodgkinson has received leave of absence, pending the enquiry . into his case by the select committee. 'LONDON, Jur 31. Cholera has broken out at St. Peter»« burgh and ia the north of Italy. A great Arab rising ia reported to have taken place in the province of Yemen. The insurgents h...

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SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

aPEcur, xonci. Smuts MAÍU-411 'ir^ñfnrintt far truuuaiauioii tu üfceat Britain »». the Coati zkiat by the Torrea Stroit« i-?> m wat be yj»tmi ia time for . the ordiuwy. Northen» mail, a» .a^tiérd. above, ;unj Jeaving. on the I*. XACWHUTEK, " .?, ;l*cwi aad T»'e<rraa*. Maater. /' i Wind Instrnmenk^-TEe'Book Agent. Testimonials.-Kxpennivt recognitions. of

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, AUGUST 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

..... KrilNET, Ai «.I ST 5 . A aWrraWtire fire broke out on board the barque Emil Juli un, ita har bowaaaia. j TW vaaoel ka«i *o be aewt tlad tu extis^snaa kW laaaaa. Ha» Pake of Mastthcster ia » pas senger by-the ateauier Menmuir for Thursday Island. ? r ? I TheOpposition iii the Assembly ar» ! stone-walling the Lind Bill. AiursT K. The extension of the railway to Glen Innes, will be opened on tba 19th inst Mr. II. C. Stanley, thc Chief En- gineer for Queensland Bail ways, has had an iaturriew wita tho Minister for Works, relatire to the junction nf tlie Queen 4xnd and New South Wal«« railways. >

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. I July 31.-Katoomba, s.s., Capt. Armstrong, from Sydney, tit H ria brno« and porta. Faä B murri-MM. S. Hartley 'a children and s.Tviiiit, Messrs. J.,Moran, VT. Hutton,and lo ia steerage.- < July 31.-Warrego,'. »3., 'Capt. Phillipa, from Sydney, via Mrisjiaue and ports. August»2.-=Katoomba,_fJi.. . Capt. Arm- strong, from Cooktown.' Aurait 2.-Warrego, «.a.. Capt Phillips, from Cooktown." Aaj^nst" 4.-i-WhaiipJ ketch, from Mary boroiyjb." . . Auguste.-Maranoa, e'*., Capt" Hampton, from Sydney, via Brisbaan and parta, .

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IMPORTS. Ex KAToo[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

IMPOSTS. - I r-'.- -":Ex KATOOMA. "?- I Consigned to Burns, Philp sad Co.-1 cut boots, 6 colonial oreas, 1 cask chalk, 1 bug handles, I nest baskets, 3 cases ironmongery, ls bars steel, 9 kegs spikes, 9 bales buckets, 1 case adata, kdwtniivea>- .> tf»-7< «... boot«. * ~. .. Consigned to L. Severin.-1 package cart- ridges, '£ coila rope, ¿ ir [I, Consigned to Jack and Newell, Herberton. -1 case clothing, 1 do fancy good». Consigned to S. Loeveu.-1 case tobacco, S do matches, 1 do clothing. Miscellaneous.-1.keg batter, 2. carts, 1 case, 1 paper parcel, 1 case plant", 6 do milk, 1 cask whiting, 1 case salad oil, I cask soda, 2 cases sundries, 4 do drugs, 1 roll paper, 1 bag oysters;-.i .packages sashes, .2 do fan- lights, 1 case guns, 1 do cartridges, 1 parcel, 1 piano, 1 case tobacco goods, 1 parcel saws, 1 canvas parcel, lease plants, 1 naper parcel, X cases tabes, -ici pipes, 3 w i plate, I box, 3 tins rivets, 1 bag hames,* S cases tobacco goods, 1 quarter-cask ale,...

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DEPAKTUBBS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

DEPAKTUBBS.* - .. I July 31.-Katoomba, aa., Capt. - Arm- strong, for Cooktown. Passengers-9 ia steerage./; /I ?? "\ ; .' July 31.-Warrego, aa.. Capt. Phillipa, for Cooktown. August 2.-Katoomba, aa,, '. Capt. Arra- nt ro ag, for Sydney. y Brisbane and port«. Passengers-Miss Fernandez, Miss Oscar, ¿lisa Maven, Messrs. W, K. O. Hill, A. A. "Wail, Ö; Tolson, H. B. Thomson, St. (J. llrowne. T. Hudson,O.Saaith.W. P. AVVdker, E. IS Williams, Tjahey, and S in steerage.- ' Augusts.-Warrego, s.s., Capt. Phillips, tor Sydney, via Brisbane and poçta./, 'V August -t.-Zeus, s.a.. Capt. Innes, for Townsville, via Mulgrave and Johnstone Kivers aad_Mourilyan Harbour.. I'm« ijni -Mrf. TórnxAf Mr.- G. "Adam», and S'ra

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