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MARKKBA C.C. V. BIBOOHRA C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

MARKKBA CC. V. BIBOOHRA CC. Tlie above mutch was played at Biboohra last Sunday week, and re- sulted in a win for Mareeba-hy:nine wickets. M. Gabriel cantained "Ma- reeba and F. Co|ie Biboohra. Cope, Anderson, Poit "i, Hampe, and Crouch played well for Biboohra, wltile Court- ney, Fenwick, Hardaker, Hides, and Lore all pUyrd well, especially the latter, whose splendid hitting was a treat to witness. Anderson and Egan bowled well for Biboohra, while for Mareeba, Brown and Gabriel bowled throughout both innings. A roost en joyable day was spent, and arrange- ments were made to play the return match in Mareeba on the following Sunday. Following are the scores : MAREEDA. First Innings- 2nd Innings. J. Brown, b. Anderson 0 L. Courtney, ic tired 10 not out ... Il H. Fenwick, b. Ander- son .10 S. Hardaker, b; Egar 13 M. Gabriel, c. J. b. Robinson 6 Robinson,!) Anderson 1 V. Hilles, b. Egar .. ll c. Hampe, b. Anderson ... 3 J. Walton, b. Egar ... 2 D. Love not out ... 2 not out .. 39 W. War...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cricket Matches. "KARAKATTA" V. CAIRNS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Cricket Matches. "KARAKATTA" V. CAIRNS. A cricket match between a Cairns team »nd one from' " H.M.8. Kara katti" was p'ayed in the Recreation Reserve on Wednesday afternoon last, when there was a fairly large attend- ance of spectators. The Cairns men, although many of them had not touched a bat since the sunny days Ö? childhood, easily outclassed the naval team, and nur popular Police Magis- trate, Mr. B. R. Stafford, proved him- self a tower of strength in the field, whare his agility was the suhji ct of surprised comment on all sides. Both teams pla} ed one man short. Follow, ing are the scores : CATONS. -first Innings. J. F. Hollis, b. Chichester. 0 W. H. Jordan, b. Chichester ... 4 Hon. V. Hood, h. Front ... .. 2 1). Shepherd, run out . 7 J. Forties, c. Chichester, b. Bundle 13 S. R. Shambrook, run out. 3 B. It. Stafford, b. Front . 3 ; R. Sturt, b. Chichester ... 12 A. Atkinson, b. Chichester.. .. 4 F. Barrett, not out. 5 «ye . 1 Total . BOWLING ANALYSIS. 34 Overa Maidens Riin...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Tea. Tea.. Tea. SOCIETY AND Ä] ATTA GALLA. For a Van licfrcshinR Beverage unsurpassed TRY KITHE1Ï OF AllOVK. WALSH & Co., AGENTS, j ' PERKINS* CO. S I Celebrated xxx Ale The Purent ard Beit Ale in the Culonics. . No Snelled Heads. Ask for and see that . you get it. Try it and ever after you will Drink No Other. WALSH & Co., SOLE AGENTS.

Publication Title: Morning Post
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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by 'Truth alone." Wednesday [?] June 16, [?]. BELLENDEN-KER CENTRAL MILL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

"MORNING POST." "Neilher by fear nor by favor, but by 'Truth alone." W^iwiiy MiwlM. M. 1117. BELLENDEN-KER CENTRAL MILL COMPANY. Mr John' Cairns.-' Secretary to the Bellenden Ker Central Mill Coy., .who went South two weeks ago, has written or wired from Brisbane to Mr W. D. Hobson ' regarding the pros- pects of . the Company. . : After con- sultationwith the Minister for Works, Mr Cairns states that unless 500 acres of land in the 'Coy. are under cane by the end of September next, the grant of ^40,000 set aside for the Coy, under, the Sugar Works Guarantee Act, will be withdrawn and given to another Company. There is enough land cleared on'the Russell to enable the required area to be planted within the specified tijrte. and this message will doubtless have the effect bf hurry- ing; on'the work of those who are j interested in the success of the Coy. The establishment of a Central Mill I on the Russell means so much to this district that we sincerely hope to see the full x accompli...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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MAN SHOULD HAVE SOME AGENT [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

MAN SHOULD HAVE SOME AGENT To impart warmth to his social feel- ings without blunting his mental per ! ce pt ¡on or moral sensibilities. Such is Wolfe's Schnapps.

Publication Title: Morning Post
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MR PHILLIPS AND THE TRAMWAY CONTRACT. [To THE EDITOR "POST."] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

MK PHILLIPS AND THE TRiAMWAY CONTRACT. . [To IHR EDITOR "POST."] Sir,-Your issue of the 26th ulto. contains a report of the recent meeting of thc Cairn5 Divisional Board, in which my name appear5 somewhat prominently, for one of thc Hoards" men (Mr W. D. Hobson), is reported to have said "we lost ¿2000 through claims made owing to the errors of Mr Phillips." Messrs Kirk Bros.' and Frew's tender, based on my schedule of quantities, amounted to £15,319 13s, whilst the final certificate shows that the contractors were paid £15,158 8s 3d or £161 4s 9 J less than their contract price. Although I had no opportunity of inspect- ing the work which I designed whilst in pro- gress, I believe it was faithfully carried out under the superintendence of the Board's officer, Mr O'Leary. I Thc only dispute between the contractor and the Board, for which 1 am in any way re I apoaaU*-. ato» Oro««» ayr aeal to lyrtact which'the contractor's price was Vs per c. yd I -the actual quantity paid for was ot...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

COKltESPONDENCE. The Editor is in no -j<ay responsible for the ¿pinion of correspondents. The ventilation of public matters viii always be encouraged under this heading provided the tetters sent in are signed by the respective writers. We reserve to ourselves the right to exclude ail manuscript bearing à nom deplume, although ?see are prepared to admit that "Pro Dono Publico," "Old Subscriber," "One Who Knoxs," and the rest of that ancient frater- nity of anonymous scribes, may, under certain circumstances,: be excused for veiling their signatures.}

Publication Title: Morning Post
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NEEDLESS ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

NEEDLESS ALARM. Whatever the suffering whicli people undergo is more physical than mental is a point not easy to decide, lt depends largely on the nature of the disease, and thc make-up of the individual. Experi- ence seem to show, however, that in one prevailing disease-indigestion or dys- pepsia, the two kinds ef suffering are very evenly divided, and both very great, thc mental distress being chiefly due to the illusions and deceptions which attend it. For example, though dys- pepsia is solely an affection of the diges- tive organs, it has power to set up dis- orders in others 'which always alarm the sufferer, and often perplex his medical adviser*. These symptoms or secpiencea may relate to the head, the heart, the sight, the hearing, the lungs, or to other <ir||ans or functions. Take an illustration 'tir taro' ? I "In the »pring: of 1891,"'mys Mr Edward Tatham, "I fell into a low, j weak »tate nf health. I had a foul taste in my mouth, and was constantly spit- ting u...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Patíos & Co,'s XXX Beer! Perinu le Co 's XXX Beer! Order a hogshead aaxl try this beer. It is axnr ia apJeadid order; Perkia'f brewery is the cstfy brewery at vt%¡ eat paying a ufrideexl, watch is proof oí the' popiUrity rf the beer. Wah* tc Co., agett*, Cvn% and fort Dosrt*» iUnctt*

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Russell River Rainfall. MAY, [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Russell Rim Rainfall. MAY, IW7. We «re ¡mlented to tlw Hon. Victor Hood for the following rainfall retama fro« the KoasellKivcr:- ^ T T May In. Pto 2 .. ... . e-w . _ - * ' ... ... ? sss 4 .. 1-05 5 ... 0-35 - . 10 . "... " ... 2-21 » . OW 13 ... ... 008 17 ... 006 22 .. ... 0-18 2* ..0-07 25 ... ... 018 » ..y .... o-MI/ 30 ... ' IHM- . 31 ... ... 012 Total in 14 dayt ... " j

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Chat with a Famous Footballer. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Chat with a Famous Foot baller. ' Mr .lohn Robertson, a miner, is one of the leading players in the Shettleston Swifts Football Club. At his house at Barrocknie, near Glasgow, he told a story interesting to all footballers. He said : -"I am 26 years of age, and at the age of 20 I was a prominent member of the football club. ' On» day I was engaged in a match and I sustained a nasty twist, which I think was got by my trying to save myself. I caine home from the match, ami I felt a stinging pain in my back, but like nil football players paid no heed to it, thinking that it Would bc all right in a few days. But I got so bad that I had to cease work and see the doctors-I had four-but my case baffled them. A lump cane on my back like a large marble; The doctor shook-his head and said, ' Poor lad, you have spinal disease, and I would advUo yon to go .i»to tho inllnmrf.' Wall. 1 waa Mut ta °sfe)e Glasgow Inltanary, and by this tima I coald oafyJust cr»*l^aboot. The pain I ásaVaisd wasT Bs^...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic. Tuesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Telegraphic. Tuesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, Toes. Sir H. Nelson, speaking at tho Chamber of Commerce banquet, said that Enghnd would some day find tho Colonial sugar industry ruined, and the sugar market would then bc at the mercy of foreigners. Tho Commission which went to the Argentine tn obtain horses for tba Army hare experienced great difficulty in ob- taining suitable remounts.

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QUEENSLAND. Opening of Parliament. GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. BRISBANE, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

QUEENSLAND. Opening of Parliament. GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. BRISBANE, Tites. Parliament was opened nt noon to-day by the Governor. . The Governor's . speech referred to the Queen's Jubilee and tho Federation question, and inti- mates that n Bill will lie submitted to enable the Colony to be represented at the next sittings of the Federation Con- ference, to bc held in September next, j The speech congratulates the Colony up the measure of prosperity which it has -- eiijuyed during the past year, and not- withstanding the various forms of calamity which have l>een experienced, thc revenue has been sufficient to meet the expenditure. Reference is made to the satisfactory nature of thc mining industry, and to the necessity for ex- pansion of the main producing industries. There is still a large demand for agricul " tural land, and further proposals will be submitted by which additional faciltics will be offered to purchasers to induce them to devote their energies more actively to the pur...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

NICHOLAS FYNN, Auctioneer S Commission "1 AGENT. MACROSSAN STREET, i Port DontfM - TRY HUNTER'S; PAW PAW TOIT SAICE,

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Some Economic Plants Growing at Kamerunga State Nursery. NO. 1.—MANGO. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

SOBM Economic Planta Grow- ing at Kamcranga State Nursery. (Uv E. COWLEY.) NO. 1.-MANOO. Mangifei'H, from mango, 1 he Hindoo nam? ot tho fruit,-and /ero, to bear. The QuecnManders owe to India this valuable fruit tree; it wa» introduced hy many larsons, several years ago, |irol>alily even before sutjar cine; it has taken kindly t . the Queensland soil »nd clinialo, and extends now almost to the southern boundary, and, of conrsp, is grown as far north as Thurs- day Island; it is very hardy and will grow when there is a- slight frost occasionally. It thrives in the tropics, even wlimi the soil is poor, and with us it (¡Mws int i a densely branched magnificent shade tree. Perhaps it would . I* more »ccur.tte t > edi it a Kins II tree; the branches are clothed with: large evergreen leaves, and if the lower branches are taken off, when the tree is you ne, to the height of about six feet, it forms a most agreeable shade in after years. Two or three years ago, when on a visit ti Brit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Walsh & Co/s Wines, Beer and Spirit List :-Whiskies (ase and balk)-Glendee Special, Usher's Spevial; J.R.DI, «.. Royal Blend, Gaelic, and any other brands asked for. Brandy (case)-Hennesy's . and ***, Martell's : do.. Boomerang (this is a splendid '¡ brandy, and cheap), Canrobert's ***, Bnlk Brandy. Hennesy's Bisquit du Bouche. Splendid Port and Sherry Wines, Ram (case and bottle)-Foreign arid Colonial.. Oin: A.V.H., and Kt'terienV Schnapps : Wolfe's,- l(.idedal's and Burke's. Absinthe, Beer (case and- bulk)-Bulk and Bulimba bottled (;s 6d per doien), J. Aitkens 4 Co.'» , Life Buoy brand, Ball Dog Ale, Kupper's Lager. Stoat-Boll Dog, Guiness (bottled I by A. and J. Burke),' Reid's Dogs Head, Bulimba bottled Stout, ys fid per down. CRAIG'S FEVER MIXTURE HAS CURSO THOUSANDS, ,

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Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Coming Brate. Sasnmir of Erante ailtmtis»! m th« " Vast" will : tpjw nadar tbhhe«diii| each btiK. ' June 13th-î7th . Redemptortst - Mission, St. Monica's Charch. Jane 16 . Dr Harley's Wonder-working Entertain ? : ment, Dirifienal Hall' June 19- ' A- J. Draper's «ale of E. FiUallsn'a Pot Planta and Orchid* Jone 30 Naval Brigade Church Parade Jane 22 Queen's Record Reign Celebrations. June.21- . . , .,"., Doncaster Park Races. June II Mareeba Turf Club Races. Jeaeil Caledonian Ball. Jose 29 PaUic Service Examination takes place. ¡ June 29th- . .- i j Tenders close for supply of sleepers for Cairns Railway, i June 30th I "Müky White," Divisional Hall. July Jth Special meeting Kiagsbocough Hosneward Bound G.M. Co., at Mareeba. August 14th Tenden dost Cur parchas* gf PrynyiUe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Wanted. WANTED an Intelligent LAD to learn " the Printing Trade ; good wages fi om start. Apply FOREMAN*, " Morning Post." WANTED.-First-class General SER- VANT: 15s. Apply, on Friday next, to Miss EDITH DRAI'KK, ?' Morning Post," Cairns. A TERRIBLE COUGH A TERRIBLE COUGH A TERRIBLE COUGH "94 Commercial Road, Peckham, July 12. " Dear Sir,-I am a poor hand at ex- pressing my feelings, but I should ilke to thank you. Your lozenges have done wonders in relieving my terrible cough. Since 1 had the operation of "Tracheotomy" (the same as the late Emperor of Germany, and unlike him, thank God, I am still alive) performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospita), no one could possibly have had a more violent cough ; it \vf>s so had at times that it quite exhausted mc. The mucous, which was very copious and hard, has boon Hoftcned, and .1 have b^n^blejtp_ I get rid of it without difficulty.-I an», sir, yours ti uly, J. HILL." I A DOCTOR'S TESTIMONY. À DOCTOR'S TESTIMONY. A DOCTOR'S TESTIMONY. " Rou...

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The Hodgkinson Re-visited. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

The Hodgkinson Revisited. (By NOMAD.) On returning to Thornborough on Queen'« Birthday, after an absence of many years, I waa surprised that it was not the " remote, unfriended, melancholy alow' place one would be apt to ex-tect after BO many years nf wanton neglect by capital, or of a place that had presumably .denied the hopes it had ilsij.i crjited. There was a good day's racing, and the crowd assembled entered splendidly into the full enjoyment of it. ' But what a contrast to the days gone by ! There ia life in the place yet, hut it ia scattered and remote, and these meetings serve to consolidate the scattered fragment*. Al- though thsre is every evidence of gaiety, cheerfulness, and sociability,'the whole scene is but a dim dream -like image of the past. The same good-natured hospitality r ia apparent on every hand, tat greatly reduced in volume, nor can this be won- dered at when we take note that three hotels now supply the wanta of the thirsty, whereas there used to be twent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

WHOLESALE & RETAIL Provision - Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS, (Next door to A. Kceble & (Jo.) MBOLAND buys his Goods for Spot Cash, in thc Cheapest and . Best Markets of the World. He can, therefore, afford to sell at a fair Profit, Cheaper than any other House in Cairns. WHAT IS M. BOLANDS STOCK ? Goods Delivered promptly to all parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PRODUCE, Fresh Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twice a week. M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant, ABBOTT STREET. CAIRNS. I-I-I s2 E ? ~ £ g O '« ca « -s g - ^ « < - ^ ' « _ a «us -3S É ¿ - s? 3 n s* - ö .Ul 's« I |s. E'S M- fi 5 5 5 lio ÎÎEÎîl^îiini^Hi'Sï LU S - S- © 3 =fr fl rf ol i 2 2 S S - 2 £1 -I wl ¡^ sí* I í EST A BUSH KD ) ^\ |r 1 r / x 1890. ) \ * lu N I Y E ll S IA L IMPORTER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION -OF PRODUCE! PRODUCE ! -AND Cheapest, Cheapest, Cheapest, -AND BEST BEST BEST Quality, Quality, Quality, ( ERE SH ) (FRESH) (FRESH) (BUTTER) (BUTT...

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