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THORNBOROUGH, AUGUST 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

TIIOBXBOKOUGli. AVÜIOT 6 Thc Hodgkinson Union has cleaned j up with a result of Ski ounce* of gold I for four weeks work, j Ninety-seven tons of stone from the ¡Pioneer mine, has been put through the ti len -Mowbray- machine, 'and yielded 112 ounces gold,

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R.O. Hill, [?]., P.M.) July 31. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

U' Courts. .POLICE COURT. if (Berbr* W. B.O. HUI, bo.., P.M.) Douglas r. Swift-Libe!. No appearance UNT either party. j.- Joba svDoueld. chuged with drunken ness, pleaded guilty, and was fined 40s or 4S hoars. Thomas Ball, similar charge ; fined 40s or 4* hours, vi.i,- = ^Anspartli-- -.- v -r < Application by Euan Thomas for license for music and dancing for Tattersall's Hotel. License granted for three months. (Before B. T. Hartley, G. Adams, aad B. J. Gortoa. Esq*.. JJ.P. August 4. ' F. Boast, charged with drunkenness, fined SUB or. 12 hours;' also with Raisting the polk*, fined 90s or three days, i H. B. lhaddge-drunkenness and resisting ! the police. Fined SJ*or li honrs, aad t\la or three days om the respective charges. - E. A. Bi. F. B. Bay-charged with wife iis-iiti. wa»"li amailail to Cuoktowa, taus awjasi iBn il» lil III II ia sw, aasi twa así sims* mn»sa*m. (mature B. T.- Hartley, Bs*}., Actiag PJL) August 6. P. M-Carthy. chargad with draaaaaaeaa and disorderly ...

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) LONDON, AUGUST 4. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Cable Messages. (FROH Od OW C0«KttrOS»EST».) LONDON, AUGUST k During thc match between th« Aus- tralian Eleven T. Player«, at Kenning- ton Oral, the mob rushed the' ground, aad the Australians were hustled and hooted because they would nut play on, instead of going to lunch, when they had only eleven run« to make to win the match. They eventually won by nine wickets. The ST.VSDABD states that after en- quiry it has been decided that any claims the Dutch might have had on Xew Guinea have now lapsed. Ihe SPKCTATOB urges that the Agents General should form a board of advice to the Imperial Government on colonial - matters. Mr. Sexton bas abandoned bis con- templated visit to Australia. Great alarm is manifested it Foo Chow on account of the prospect of war between France and China. Ma- rines hare been landed from the Bri- tish war ships for the protection of .ñtiah subjects and foreigners. Ladies and children are"taking ref u^e on'the' vessels in:swit. -.. * Daly and Egan, thc two men ...

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PETTY DEBTS COURT. (Before E. T. Hartley, R. A. King[?], and [?]. J.[?] J.J.P.) August 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

PETTT DEBTS CO CET. (Bsfof» S. f- Hartley, K. A. Gngafunl, aaJ : ; K. J .Oogtof. aaa*. JJ.«-.) i * !' ;! > Aonatli ir: Mignot ». Ito--elwin Jß 7s 10. Verdict for plaintif tor MS 9s, and Ml Ms costs. fon », Mi-raw* iilnjiu Ml 9a. Visdict for défaillant, «itt 10s 6d costs. Tb* Ber. J. D. Mably arrived in Cairns jsstesdaj frost Has^wataa aa a short visit. Dillina; his atty here he viii occupy the Ber. Mr. Lloyd's pjajje in the pulpit of the Primitive Me hodist Church. Mr. Lloyd leaves, to-day fer Herberton, where he will, during his visit; minister to Mr. Mably*») congregation. - ., It is » sigh t worthy an artist's crayon to see a soma; while talking through a tele- phone to her grocer 3 miles away, stamping her little foot and shaking her fjst as thoVagh the poor maa was quailing right before her.

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Cairns District Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

1 Ulro »utrfct A MKKTisa of the above club «aa held on Monda* at the Koral Hotel, Mr. Street ia the chair. After the proceeding» of tha prc« v|oaa meeting had been cooflnoud. (ho «eure« tary waa instructed toi «rite and 'ant; the OAiêenaUnd Jackaj Cha for a WM oj |b*ir ralea ; be wai further AMthansed<V> procure anything necessary for tho proper working ot the dub. Mr. Stmet wa« aannialliil tree* anrer until the formal election of «Moen, and authorised to opea aa account at th* Queensland Xa ional Bank. The question of th» race-course was diacucaad, and it was LMa^radthat a party of ttisûtbera examine i tie prêtent' course and report thereon. Subscriptions to the amount of Jttí from the j following gentlemen were collected' in the room Meiari, F. Brown, P.< Walker,. A. I Street, F. T. Wimbia, H. V- Freame, A. Grant, J- Boddam. J. Holmes, J. M'Ardle, Co:lin-oa andM'Kav, M. Fox, T. Swallow, F. Derham, T. Allen, A. A. WalL O. Tolson, .G. Macwhirter, H. -Pyrie, ...

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves reasonable for the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editer of the CAIRNS POST.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Correspondence.   [We do not hold ourselves responsible for   the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Éditer of the CAIRNS POST.) SIR,-Seeing by your journal that an agita-   tion is on-foot in Cairns for the removal of Sub-Inspector Carr and his troopers to the         Mulgrave River, in order to afford better protection to the settlers there against the blacks, I should like to give my experience of Mr. Carr and the construction he places upon the duties of himself and the native police he commands. Being a settler in the   district over which Inspector Carr holds sway, and suffering great losses from the blacks, I applied to him for protection, but only received in reply an intimation that he and his troopers were stationed in the dis- trict to protect the blacks, not to punish them I am not aware if this is really the case, but if it is I fail to see what use he is to the...

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The Labour Movement at Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Th« Latear MoTenent at Mackay. THU following paragraph from the MACKÍT STASDAKD of the £5th ult., confirmed subse- quently by telegraphic news of the resolu- tion, passed by the Planters Association to I reduce by ten per cent, the wages of all white men working on the plantations, is illustrative of the dependency of the work- ing man as much as the planter upon an earlj - and ??tiwfftory settieaiemt of tho ^oi.,drw tabour qu<.-*uuu. It also practically proves the correctness of thc argument that it coloured labour which has produced the abundance of work and high wages which the white working men of the North have, until the recent labour legislation, enjoyed : " It is gratifying to see that the people of of this district appear to be thoroughly in earnest in the matter of the recently initiated agitation in favour of coloured labour. From what we can gather from the Northern journals we are led to anticipate the hearty co-operation of all the Northern coast dis- tricts...

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MACKAY. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

MACKAY. ' "" I JulräS. THINGS in general are very' dull here, and the punters are all laying out as little as possible and cutting down expenses. I need not say thia is on account of the low price of sugar and the scarcity of suitable labour. With regard to the labour difficulty, which seems as far off solution as ever, the planters, merchants and others held a meeting, at which some 200 were present, and resolved to send round a petition for signature pray- ing for the importation of coolie labour irora British India. Kanakas cannot be obtained in any quantity, as illustrated by the arrival last week of the Fanny, after a live months cruise amongst the Islands, with only ls re- cruits on board, lier complement is about 130, and when cruising she spoke the Borough Belle, who had been out two months for only one recruit; tho latter is licensed for about 100> hoya The Yana; is to be ant to Sydney and sold off for what abe will fetch, aisd BO doubt nany others arlu follow her..- ? '...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. August 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Oar;Xeigîiooors. [FKOM\PDR OWX COBRESPOXBENTS.] HERBERTOX. August 1. loua Walkerville sale must have surprised as many at Cairns as it has out of it. Four hundred lots at an avenge price of £23 per acre seems a tremendous sale, and at a dis- tance of three miles from Cairns. Well, it is astonishing to me who, this month three years hack, waa nuable to realise MäO for one of the best allotment* in your aaain ?timi, optnait« wbfch J«r **»w CMHCHOH, ?>ow Manda. - By-thc-bye, what did Macna- mara give the people to drink at thc lun- cheon ? Four hundred-allotments-yea -, it mast have been that lunch, and the anti blue-ribbon tipple. Things are not particularly lively up this way just now. and the very cold weather does not improve them. There is no coin, and what lhere was has been swallowed up by that "lead" which does not appear to lead to any positive result«. About the same number of men are delving away, being backed and otherwise paid. Some of the stacks daily increase, and the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

TUE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. ! The company's steiuen leave '.this port every . Thursday for Northern Torta, and every Saturday evening for Southern Ports. For-fare* and rates'of freight apply at the Company's own office at wharf. "URNS, PHILP «nd CO.. Limited. -.-.--*-.?--Agenta.. THE S.S. " ZEUS,'[-Captain In»cÍ, Loaves " the wharf' every Thursday morning to inect the meowing, and every j Saturday evening to meet outdoing Mail j Steamers; anil leaves every Wednesday and Saturday mornings, for Swallow.'» and Stew- art's Iandiasrs. " J ; BCBWs. \mtir-- «mt co.- Armt». f '."'"" " ?' TR*.'".."' Qwtsslaflil Häücfflsl Buk, . LlMITIZ>. . Incorporated under "The Companies Act." ?'. iso;». ;? ;?'; -'?;?'; '.. BANKERS TO THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. " " Subscribed Capital r ... Paid-up Capital ;.. Reserve Fund ... ia.wio.üüw snyjuo ... 1SÓ.0U) Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits ut Current Kates. Drafts issued on Head Office,...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. BRISBANE, AUGUST 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

LATEST Bï WIRE. [FBOM OTO 0«T» CORBRsrONDKST.] Qfj«ooslat»«f. HUIS BANK, Acucar 5. An extensive robbery lia« been ciim initted at tho Longreach Hotel, and valuable« to thc amount of £.*> stolen. Tho CojaiKU of t..-day. contain- a »??j" - wtronîc »rtsVle, c-«>ii<l,-timing . the select committee appointed to enquire into the Hodgkinson ease. The young man Richards, chained with embezzlement from Messrs. Smith, Forrester and Co., hos been sentenced to 18 months imprisonment. Judge Noel has been appointed Act- ing-Judge for the southern district. General M'lver arrived herc yester- day. - ":: ' ArorsT 6. The charge against Hogan, for frau- dulent insolvency, was heard yesterday at the Head lfistrict Court, when a verdict of not guilty waa returned. A new Gae Company has been started toi supply South Brisbane. ; . j PARLIAMENTARY. In thc Legislative Assembly yester- day, Mr. Dutton, in an able speech, moved tlie second reading ot the Land Bill. Mr. Morehead moved the ad-...

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Cairns Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Cairns Progress Association. A meeting of the committee of the above association, was held on Tuesday last, Mr. D. Patience in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were   read and confirmed. Mr. Gorton drew attention to the incon- venience experienced by holders of leases and claims on the Mulgrave goldfield, by the want of a mining surveyor on the field, and proposed—" That application be made to the Secretary of Public Works and Mines, asking for the appointment of a mining sur- veyor for the Mulgrave goldfield." The motion was seconded by Mr. Rodda and Car- ried. Proposed by Mr. Wimble, seconded by Mr. Rodda and carried—" That application be made to the Government, asking for the creation of a botanical reserve at Cairns. Proposed by Mr. Gorton, seconded by Mr Rodda, and carried—" That a request be for- warded to the Harbours and Pilot Depart-   ment asking for the northern channel of   Trinity Harbour to be bouyed off, for the con...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, AUGUST 7. [?]. Local items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

TIIURSDÀÎ, AUGUST 7. mi. A nong the paiwpngera for the South by the mail steamer on Saturday night were Mr. W. K. O. MiU, P.M., Mr. A. A. Wall, and t te Hudson Surprise Party. The Acting Laud Commissioner notifies hy advertisement, that all lands in this dis- trict open to application under pastoral lease, are withdrawn hom application. ?A.- iinj^lf IMBwt^tO the qoVBMSMTSWT the colony, showing the rent payable in each case on or before the 3Jth September next. The Customs revenue collected at this port during last month amounted to 4831 14a Td, against 4608 ls. id during the same period of 1883, and 4336 lie »I in 1882, thus showing increases of .£215 13a Gd, and 4464 19s lOd over 1883 and 18*2 respectively. special général meeting, of the sub- scribers to the Cairns District Hospital waa held at toe Court House oa Monday laat to conaider and adopt the new rules and regula- tion* framed by the emaamttee. Mr. |. T. Hartley occupied the chair. The rules and regulations,as advertised h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. SEDUCTION IN FARRS. X1ROM lit May pronam,' Saloon and J2 Steerage Earea by the Company's Weekly Mail Steamers, between Brisbane, Rockhampton. Mackay, . Bowen.. Towns* ville. Dungeness, Caldwell,'Johnstone Ki ver. Cairas. Pert Douglas, and Cooktown; win bc reduced F1FT? PER CENT. BURNS. PHILP and CO.. . Agents.' April 26,18*1. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.-.. . REDUCTION' OF FARES BETWEEN BRISBANE AND SYDNEY. fTlHE FARES by the above Company be -sV tween Brisbane and Sydney are RE- DUCED "TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. ?(-»)..-? --.-.-.-~ . For particulars, apply ; ; BURNS, PHILP and CO., 7 . ."', ';-. : '???J -J l_- !'. Attenta,". EASTERN AND AUSTRALIAN STEAM : F . - SHIPPING COMPANY. rilUE s.s. MENMUIR will arrive here in I a few- days, ¿sadius;. direct _.to.,Uaag Kong, via Cooktown «ad Part Darwin¿ r . t JF%#r AMIS sad Anoraks. a§»s<4y ' BURNS. PHILP and CO.. Agents. TO INVESTORS. CAPITALISTS, AND SPECULATORS. JO HT: M'^t. C^JT-Jk-...

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MORE PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

MOUE PAPER. An important "discovery (says the ÍEKKKBAI. ACSTB-ILMX), connected with the manufacture of paper ha* been made in thc United States, lt is, that excellent paper for printing, wrapping, and writing purposes can be made from thc stalks of the sugar-cane. Hitherto no use hos been uiade of these after the saccharine matter they contain has been extracted froni-tltem. ; They have usually been burnt, in fact. But now «.--;».">«--«> '?<.?. tXt-nkoiiatrated tliat the vege- table fibre of the cane is cApauto nf conversion into» a valuable material, and the PICAYITSE of New Orleans has been printed on it in order to show the practicability of converting a pre- viously worthless substance into food for thc newspaper presses'. Our sugar planters in Queensland and Fiji «ill, no doubt, make a note of the fact ; as also the" paper-uiak'ers- in these colonies. Thc utilisation of waste products is one of the most beneficent employ- ments of-science, and therein it imi- t...

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[?] Disappearance. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Om Saaawy hwt intonation waa caaveyed ts tr« police that a aaa kaown a* - Jack" was aaiaetnf frcaa the selection |of W. M'Maaaegutbe Cassell Kiver, under circuav staacea «hick ha** aroused suspicion* that he baa nwt with foal play at the hand* of the blacks. Fresa the sta tentent furnished the police Ky Michael Galluglay. a selector en th* Banu ll. it epatara that "Jack" waa left aloa« «charge of the selection on theX7th .rdiTwaen Barry, the baffia?, left for Herber- ton. On the following Friday two men named Byan and Billon called at the selection to deliver a message from Barry to Jack bat could not find him. They camped the night fat the~ humpy/ and as Jack did not then j appear they reportad the matter at Munro's camp. Oallosrly and another ama at once went over to Barry's to asake a search, and found no blankets or cooked food in the hut, but some flour, tea, .sugar, tc, were there, and appeared to be untouched.. Th* fire out- side did. not appear to bavé been used f»r several ...

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Lord Randolph Churchill [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Lord iUidolpli Churchill Tun fi^vwiag-biographical, «ketch-of Lord Kàndolpt Chui^íñll, the leader of tba Fourth Party iii-tt»t:IInusQ-of Coin; mous,., ulrich accouipâiîiJs Iii« portrait' ia th« /J o* s ax»7CovSTav,í*JoúJUfAt, of the Httk.fult.; will be read with in- terest Irr all who watch'the progress of home polities :-'"': ; ' lAtrd K:ind<i]] h Churchill ; has seen tile before him nuuiy men whom he heartily despises and looks' down upon, ltis career has been somewhat curious', lt is non a considerable period since lie first entered Parliament ; but it is only within a comparatively recent period that he has begun to attract favourable attention.. Anybody who saw hini iii tiie last House of Couinions would have be«n laughed at, if he had_ ventured to prophesy that in the nest'1 Louse he would be the - ? foremost notability. I During. the sis years odd that the last Parliament existed lie did not make more 'than three or four speeches ; he certainly never went beyond an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

"HE m POST," A WEESLT iOUItîtJM., rrJBLISHED EVERY TnUKSDAT." * Prices-Paid, itt advance, Sis per annum ; I» per quarter ; " Hooked, 2uS per annum. " Advertisei-jents, ls per inch. - . ORDERS FOR PRINTING TAKEN ASD utmw ¡i fiiit-tuu mil. ":ÍOWEST KATES," ATO SQtrâî TO annBXWS 6FECUK*S. ' Especial care and attention will be given to this branch, while promptness can always be reucd upon.'. .' : The plant contains all the latest American tad English type novelties, as well as the most improved .-team machinery. WIM BLE ~AH D.WALL, PROPRIETORS, V. j To be haJ at'tte-ossr»¿f "THIS CAJUNS - * POST." "Brice, tíit ' B * The most complete work ever published on tbe Cultivation of Cane and Manufacture of Sugar. füLAY ILMJSi'RATED, In which «il! b¿ fimñdTVacíiod Details concerning CANE,-SOCOHUM, and BEET CPLTIVA. TrON.audjSDGAJB MAKING, ' ' * " With Latest Improvement» in Machinery. Member Franklyn. Institute, Ungi saurian l ~ AaweiatiMs ««'N.8.W., awtfcor of "The Semi-tropical At^icultariat,...

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Hambledon Plantation. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

Hnmlmtén Plaat*t:*m. Wm nn-.t«cwtaii<l t!i t tho secr-n I season of will commence to-day :it Hamble- don Plantati «. and bids fair to ou -vie tho higUIy satisfactory re u!t-¡ of hint year. Tho reasons for anticipating this are uiauy. lu the first iu« ancj th- rc is a greater arva un- der cane, there b.-in^ now f .Hy 9U0 a-;ros of land under cultivation, all of which wi.l be in a condition to pass through the mill be- fore the season is ended ; secondly, great im- provements and additions have bees made since last year ia the machinery for treating the cane at the mill, and a!ao for more ex- peditiously conveying it fr>ui the fields to the rollers : thirdly, the first ration crop is. generally expected to yield a better result than plant eau«, and lastly, taw condition of the cane in-appearance is folly as fine as that presented by the crop oí the same age. last year. . Under such favourable cunditioua we may therefore .'ouk forward with confi- dence, to an increased ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 7 August 1884

-wp^ANTED, GENEKAL T. WIMBLE, WANTED, Two Good MEN to Work OB Selection. Apply 8. F. WALKEB, on Selection, Mulgrave River. WANTED Known "TwaCamm Poer" is published every Thursday. Price, 21s, paid in advance. MixBRINIC0UC0!H WHERE DOES IT EXIST? ,. NOTICE. BURING say temporary absence K. T. Hartlew, Esq.. will attend the Cf .8. Oflce daily from io to ll am. '> w. av O- HILL, -PJf. and C.P.S. Cairns,' July M, ISM. -?. WT fflHE' Staunch and WeU-knowa Ketch JL ENTERPRISE, 60 tons register, car- ries 120 tons on 6ft draught; fitted with steam winch and boiler ; also screw piopellei worked from the winch. Well found and in capital order. Now employed by the Queens- land Government removing rocks at Mouril- yan Harbour. Steams three knots in smooth water. Copy of Lloyd's survey available, Apply WILLIAM COLLIN, Master and Qwner, on Board. "ABÄINIC0UC0!" WHERE DOES IT EXIST ? TO "BUILDERS. fTtEN DEftS «re invited for thc erection of -a- a Cottage in Cairne. Plans and Specifications may b...

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