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SALE TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

SALE TO-DAY. To-clny nt ll o'clock, Mr. H. T. Mc Marius will submit to auction at tho laths, Esplanade, thc auxiliary launch ' 'Foam' ' complete tool chest, rifle box of effects &c The Uetails ap- pear in advertisement.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE "POST." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1907. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

THE "POST." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1907. Current Topics. There are elections in the ¿ir, and politics form thc principal cur- rent topic of the hour. It is difficult to get away from tho subject. Even at the opening of the new Cairns School of Arts on Thursday evening politics cropped up incidentally, and perhaps very appropriately, in refer- ring to financial matters in connec- tion with tho erection ot the new building, the Acting Mayor said it was a source oí regret to have to say that the late /Government did not seem desirous of assisting local bodies or institutions, in the ca?e of the School of Arts the granting of a loan by tho Government would haw been a good investment, but Mr. Kidston either could not or would not see it in that light. Tho won- der is that he did not . propound an- other brilliant "scheme" like that suggested to the Hospital Committee and advise the School of Arts j>eople to "tfd slow" and build hy instal- ments, say half a building for a start. Truly, ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

ROYAL HOTEL, ([ CORNER OF WHARE 'AND LAKE STREETS, (Within 50 yards of Wharves.) The ROY.M H< TEL is a new. two storey Building, commanding the belt atuation m Cairns. LARGE BALCONY, WELL .VENTILATED BEDROOMS. 'Every convenience for travelling public, also permanent boarder!. »! - TRIAL - SOLICITED. MRS. S. BYRNE, . Proprietress._ REMOVAL ALFRED TAYLOR Ironmonger, Plumber, Tinsmith, Copper Smith, Lock, Tinsmith#c. HAS REMOVED ETO NEW PREMISES NEAR P< 'J. DOYLE'S IN LAKE STREET, Knd shall be pleased to see Old Friends and to make the acquaint- ance of New Ones. WHITE Sewin g Machines, Cycles, and Cycle Ma- terial, Spouting, Ridging, Baths, Tanks, and other lines too num- erous to. mention, Alfred Taylor, Lake St, Cairns AGENT FOR PATRIOTIC ASSUR ANCE COY. A. HARTILL-LAW, M.A S..ME PHOENIX FOUNDRY & ENGINE WORKS SPENCE STREET CAIRNS CONSULTIVO ÄND MECHANICAL ^ IRON AND BRASS * ' ENGINEER. FOUNDER. DODLER MAKER AND BLACKSMITH, MINING MACHINERY, Patent«! an...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Publisher's Notice. The Cairns "Post." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

Publisher's Notice. The Cairns "Post." An. Independent Journal of North Queensland. An impartial recorder of current events, mining developments in tho Far North, Agricultural, past- oral, social, shipping and general news. The "Post" has numerous and well-informed contributors in the various centres of population throu- ghout North Queensland, and Special Correspondents in tho metropolitan cities of the Commonwealth. Local- ly, it advocates, in thc first place and all the time, the requirements of the district in which it ie establish ed, the rich and extensivo tarritory known aa : the fCairns' Hinterland. Its aim, from a political point of view, is to advocate the .cause of Sound Progress, Just Government, Constitutional Liberty, and the en- couragement of Private Enterprise and Individual -Effort. The "Post" stands upon its merits as a "hows-" paper, special care being taken to keep its readers well informed daily with regard to matters of interest in thc Commonwealth, Europe and...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

Professional 4 Business Cards. MacDonnell, Henchman & I Hannam, Townsville, Cairns, and Herberton, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC. Commissioners for Affidavits, for the High Court of Australia and for the Supreme Court of thé whole of tho Commonwealth und NewZoa land. ' ? ,: .; A. J. P. MacDonnell, H J. H. Henchman, H. V. Hannam, Ë. I. Havard, H. K. N. MacDonnell. Mr, L W. Marsfand, The founder of the nra of Marsland k Mnrsland, Charters Towers, Begs to onnounco that ho has re-' sumed the practice of his profes- sion, and has opened offices at ' IMPERIAL BUILDINGS, Abbott and Shields Streets, Cairns. Ede & Cogdon, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTS. Permanent address : ¿ Near Church of England, ABBOTT ST., CAIRNS. Tunbridge, Tunbridge & Lynch ARCHITECTS AND CIVIL , ENGINEERS, Townsville, Melbourne, and Spence Street, Cairns. Arthur B. Polin, ARCHITECT. (Eaton, Bates and Polin) Architects, Municipal Buildings, Flinders Street, Townsville, Cairns and Mackay...

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CLONCURRY RAILWAY RECORD. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

CLONCURRY RAILWAY RECORD. BRISBANE, Friday. Tho mils ¿n the Richmond-Clon curry' extension will be into Clon- curry to-morrow night. . . The Rail- way Department has accomplished what is stated to bc a feat without parallel in Australia, over 4£ miles of rails having been laid in one week, and 180 miles bf line were completed :n 60 weeks, . I

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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KEIR HARDIE ENTERTAINED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

KT2IK HARDTE ENTERTAINED: J SYDNEY, Thursday. Mr. Keir Hardie, M.P., was enter tained by the Labor party nt Par- liament Horse to-dny, members of the Government being present. Before the orders of the day were called on in the Council this after- noon, Mr. Moulder asked the Chief Secretary was the entertainment giv- en to Keir Hardie this day within the precints of Parliament House at the public expense, and ii so at whose instigation was; such entertainment arranged. The Chief Secretary replied that the question seemed such an imper- tinent one that ho hardly knew what to say. No supporter of a Labor Go vcrnment would for one moment ima- gine that Mr. Keir Hardie would be entertained by them nt the expense of the country. Mr. Moulder ¡ said it would bc a scandal and a, .disgrace if such.a thing were allowed.

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ABORIGINAL BATTLE. KALGOORLIE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

. ABORIGINAL,BATTLE^ , KALGOORLIE, Thursday. A_ number of Lancefield |blacks ar- rived at Malcolm on Tuesday and went on to Gwalia by train in the evening.. There. { was subsequently a fight L'etwcen the Lancefield and Dar- lot tribes/ -Several of-.the. nntivtes were speared; $ne .-fatally, his tidily being riddled. A young gin was' also \ fatally : wounded.' - Another gin : was found with her wrist broken and a spear through her thigh'.: It appears that a few- weeks ago a couple bf the Lancefield tribe left,, taking their,,.gins with them, and joined thc Darlot tribe. Subsequent- ly the Lancefield trites joined and set out for tho purpose of revenge. They stole on their unsuspecting victims afc daylight, giving them ht», opportunity r to;- defend themselves. After: Uu-pwïng- "volleys- of spears they - retifedr Troopers' aro .now out in all direc- tions-to intercept the murderers. A brother of the murdered man states that all tho people -in his country will muster in force rind kill...

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Church Services. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

Church Services. PRESBYTERIAN* Services will be conducted to-mor ; row (Sunday) in the Presbyterian Church. Sheridan Street, at ll a.uv if" and 7.80 p.m. by Hrs., Muir. Mor "eeba in United Church at ll a-m. *and 7.30 p.uij ty the Rev, Jas. Muir.

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CANE ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

CAÑE ITEMS.' /Thc" special cane tramí'providod'Tby. the;Cairns-Mulgrave Tramway has ljectt'kept very-busy during'tho-past few weeks, and the Superintendent .tilt- J, J. O'Leary) anticipates that its services will be required up to thc first week in J auuary. Yester- day afternoon a number bf canc-ewt ters came in from, Nelson, "having fin- ished work on tho fields, and are now bound south seeking fresh pastures..

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THE BABINDA EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

THE BABINDA EXTENSION. Good progress is being made with .thc clearing on the Harvey Creek Babinda extension , ol the Cairns-iful grave Tramway, and two gangs' aro now at work cutting down the under- growth and clearing the felled scrub. Drains have been cut through the palra tree swamp country, and have teen of great service in drawling the water from the roadway. A road 20 feet wide has been practically cleared for the whole distance, al- though there are some boggy gullies that will rcquiro culverts across thom before traffic can come over tho road; îîo timber suitable for culverts where some of them are needed, is ¡to be found on the spot, and it will be necessary to obtain a horse toani to haul the wood and concrete pipes re- quired for the waterways.

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ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

ANGLICAN, ' : Tho fellowing services will be hold J in'St. John's Church to-morrctn- (2nd '.Sunday in Advent) by Archdeacon Campbell, M.A. :-7.30 a.m., Cele- bration of Holy Communion nnd Hymns ; ll a.m., Matins, Mr. Man- ners ; 7.30 p.m.. Choral Evensong ahd Sdrmon; All Saints', Nelson, Litany and Holy Communion and . Sermon ai ll &.m'i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

BRAND & DRYBROUGH, CLEVELAND FOUNDRY, TOWNSVILLE, Engineers, Iron and Brass 'Founders, Iron Shipbuilders and . A Boatbuilders, - Boilermakers,^ Coppersmiths. i . ' ? - .PATENT SLIP. .... , PLANS,. SPECIFICATIONS and ESTIMATES if'. ! fe JBoats Slipped up to 500 Tons. . . . for every class of work, . ¡ '? *: ± : MININO MACHTNERY.-Stamper Batteries, Bcrdan Pans, Shoes, Dies, Cams, &c i K;'. SUGAR MACHINERY.-Vacuum Pans, Triple Effects, Coolers, Tanks, etc. . A , WELL-PORING PLANTS.-Digo-stors, Cleaners, Copiers, Scalders, etc. Meat Preserving Plants. FOUNDRY "WORK.-Castings in Iron cr Brass, of all descriptions. - " STATION REQUISITES.-Sheep and Cattle Troughing. Sluice Valves for Dams, etc. ^ REFRIGERATING PLANT. AGENTS.-Stewart & Lloyd's, Ltd., Artesian Well-boring Tubes: large stock on hand. Also Piping ? and Boiler Tubes, etc. Stewart & Lloyd's Iron and Steel F lates-all sizes. Cundall, Sons, & Coy., Ltd., Gas Engines and Suction Gas Generati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

.- - \ 14 14 Tho whole of the Christian world will shortly bo----- ^ 14 extending tho hand of friendship, peace and good- ? ? - ? ? y^ % wiH and wishing all and sundry ? ^ THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. .- ^ Tho giving and receiving of appropriate and Sea- -- - - y^ ' ' ' " ? ~ n sonable Gifts will bo tho order of tho 'day,, and - ^ to those seekers after tho new-tho beautiful-tho -,-?? v 14 14 ir4X\pensiv-p:-and useful, our present completo J r---- y^ T£ showing of Chr stmas Gifts will come as a rove- ---- ? y^ lation of completeness. ? ? 14 N ' 14 We say truthfujly^tliat wo have never belora-. J4 14 opened up such exquisit Jewellery Goods - 1 Tho .whole ol our Show" ^ Cases* and! Windows ~ ^-¡---~* ' ¿J simply scintillate with Bright and New ' --- ^ CHRISTMAS "GIFT IDEAS. -?--. y^ We.can flt your fancy and your pocket. ? :: ? ¡ v « A visit of inspection in no way commits you to , 1.-''-^ a Purchase .?>???? ?- ?- COME ----* . . . R. J. Overland, I - 14 . . .. . ? ? % High Grade ...

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Nobbling Labor. "A Forlorn Hope." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

Nobbling Ubor. "A Forlorn Hope." The following excerpt is . from an editorial'which appeared ? in tho Bun- daberg "Mail" of this week: "The. Labour ? party .have been sharply taught during the past few years* *ithat -tho nien- on whom the least reliance is to bc placéd in re- gard to thc consistent, advocacy of ¡their principles are those: who get' right at tho ¿ead of the movemept. /Tndeed, taking history as a guide, the party have tho best possible rea- son for doubting tho loyalty of eycii the most admired Parliamentary re- presentative, .tlie . .moment he works bis way to the leadership. There is a strange fatalism about the position ro far as party principles are con- cerned, for the profits of office are brought "within reach of the occupant and he invariably succumbs to thc temptation. The party, as ¡its his- tory shows, kvoakena- very rapidly when apparently on thc'flood tide of success,! due solely to the ' fact that the ambitious spirits within its ranks thus have brought ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

PIKE BROTHERS, . LIMITED, ' "JÄPARRA" ' ; Silk OilsKiri Coats 40s. GUARANTEED for 2 YEARS not ii to stick c* water to penetrate Two Shapes for Walking or Riding - t Most excellent gar ^"."^?U._t ment and very - light weight. BRISBANE AND TOWNSVILLE. Visitors to Brisbane Will And every COMFORT and CONVENIENCE at MISS WILLS' UNION CLUB CHARLOTTH ST. 50 yards from now Lands Office in George Street, and 100 yards from Botanical Gardens, It stands secluded in its own magnificently shaded grounds. Is retired and select, SPECIAL ATTENTION TO CUISINE, H. MILLS, Resident Dentist, Chillagoe, MAY BE CONSULTED ON ALL BRANCHES OF. DENTISTRY* H J.Bulcock, Spence-st.CaiT£S. Hardware Merchant, Full Stocks of Hardway Machinery, Oil Engines, Fire- arms, Ammunition, Building Materials, Galvanised Iron and Tools for all Trades, Household Ut&sils. . PLAIN & FANCY WINDOW GLASS. LIME & CEMENT STOCKED. AGENT FOR-International Harvester Co., of America. " " -The Famous Sanders Disc P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

FURNITURE Best Quality ! ' BEDSTEADS. . In endless designs, either Four poster or Half Tester, 4ft. Oin., 3ft. 6in., 3ft., and 2ft 6inV MATTRESSES. Of every' size,' either in wire, Kapoc or Fibre. My'new premises, 33ft. by 160ft., are1 fully stocked with every re- quisite necessary for a well .. s furnished house. » Newest Designs ! Lowest Prices! SILKY OAK, CEDAR AND PDNE Bedroom Suites, Wardrobes,-Chests of Drawers, Duchess - Chests, Toilet' Tablesi Washstands, and Side- boards. >, STRAW. SUITES.- . . The very latest for tho Tropica. BAMBOO ^AND ' PITH '~S BITES,7' WICKER WARE; RATTAN CHAIRS AND LOUNGES. My selection is good. Inspect for yourself. BAMBOO BLINDS : In ali sizes. CROCKERY and GLASSWARE : At Bedrock prices. TOILET SETS.-A Speciality. . LINOLEUMS, MATTING S & RUGS. Write for Quotations. KITCHEN WARE, ENAMEL WARE. TUBS, BUCKETS & BRUSHWARE. STOVES. : CUTLERY and E.P. WARE. ; / , SADDLERY & HARNESS. . . . . ;\ - SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, stocked w...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

CRICKET. 'The following team will represent the Occidental Cricket Club in their watch against' tho Kia Ora CC. to be played to-day on Ko. 1! wicket: IC. S. Mann, A. Litstcr, V. Marks. E. Gundcrs, W. Gelling, C. Beames, J. Trail, C. Martin, J. Dunn, J. Boden, H. J. Foulis, Emergencies J. Taisley, C. Newcombe, L. Bom. » . . * The following team will represent tho Kat Oras v. tho Occidentals to- day:-E. rrowBO, J. Boattio. ( Kcognn; W. Jniios, ;? J?¡ Simmonds.. Gv Griffiths, 'Bf. 'Hayoatl, U,'.Toßarty,. Gf Rodney.- Gr Sandal, W. Gates, .T. Elliott, .R. McManis<;'.emergencies," E. Frazer, ' G. ;Moody, J,. Peaker . . . . Thc following team will represent the Casuals in their match against the Mercantiles to-day :- Irvine, Draper, Oxley, Kennedy, -Ingram, Whipham, Komp, Atkinson, Aumul- ler, Jamos, Crouch. . Bnicrgcncy, handley. ..-..»». Tho Mercantile team v. tho Cas- uals to-day :-Lewis, Leary, Collins, Browne, Fenwick, . McManis, ' 'Archi- bald,' -HoUinian, O'Neill, Forbes,...

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INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. SYDNEY, Friday. The match New South Wales v. South Australia. commenced to-day, the weather being fine and the'atten- dance .fair. - The South Australians hatted first mid when tho 'stumps were drawn were all out for 349. Following aro the scores:- - ; SOUTH AUSTRALIA, 1st Innings. Gohrs, b??Kelleway - .^.18 C. Hill, lflvcilnway. '92 Mayne, c Carter, b Whiddon ...... 92 Pellew, b Noble . I" Claxton, st Curter, h Whiddon... 15 .Jennings, l.b.w., b. Hopkins ....... 56 Chamberlain, h'Hopkins ¿. P O'Connor, b Whiddon 0 Wright; run out .:;..._r.. I Dólling, st. Carter b Whiddon ... 2 L. Hill, not out ;.,-50 Sundries." 6 ^ .Total. 349 THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. MATCH V. ELEVEN OF AUSTRA- LIA. BRISBANE, Friday. Tho match .England v.. Elovien of Australia commenced at tho Brisbane 'crjekot ¿rourid-tp-day. '-iTho weather was fine but hot,* and trie attendance in the : forenoon was small. McAlis tor, who captained thc Australians, won thc toss and decided to bat. At thc lunc...

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DIRTY YARD PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 7 December 1907

DIRTY YARD PROSECUTION   In the summons court yesterday afternoon thc adjourned case of the Inspector of Nuisances versus N and A. Mellick on a charge of failing to keep their premises clean was re- sumed. Evidence was given by Wil- liam Edward Josephs, an employee of the Health Department, who sta ted that he visited the place on 15th ultimo in company with the Inspec- tor of Nuisances. At the back of the shop witness discovered bones and fish-heads scattered about, from which a slight smell arose. In an   swer to Mr. Hartley the witness     stated that he would swear the rub-     bish was in Mellick's yard. For the defence Norman Mellick stated that on 15th November last he was at Wolfram Camp and did not get ser- ved with a summons in this case. Evidence, was , also given by Abra- ham Mellick who deposed that on the 15th of November last his yard was. perfectly clean. There was a fish head near a bin be...

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