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DON'T COUGH ALL NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

DON'T COUGH ALL NIGHT. Restful sleep follows the use of Dr Sheldon's New Discovery. The best lung remedy in the world. Small dose. Pleasant to take. Every bottle guaranteed. Obtainable at all Chem- ists and. Storekeepers!

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

Items of Interest. Because a «foi'tuno-teller told them that theil- sone would ono day bc a grent . poet, ¡Mr. and Mrs. Olivier Browne, of Trenton, New (Jcrecy, have decided to christen the t child Longfellow Milton Tennyson Bums Browning Browne. * * » » Thirty-two lurgu boxes, containing 0000 pistols-, were dumped into the Atlantic recently near ¿Sandy Hook, by the New York police. They repre- sented tlie haul of thc last year and a quarter in the enforcement of thy law against carrying unlicensed wea- pons. . * » « * ? Tho President qf the Divorce Court, Londoni made the statcmcne that tlw great majority of the cases ,n that Court .were due to. drink, "if,", he added, "this drink habit, unfortun- ately so prevalent, could be eradicat- ed from the nation, this court might shut its doors, at any rate (or the greater part of tho time." . . » » « The New' York. Kopublicans have united with ,.{\I.r. Hearst's independ- ence League and nominated a joint ticket for the Justices of tho Sea...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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THE FASCINATION OF CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

THE FASCINATION OF CRICKET. Two State Ministers (Messrs. Wad-: deli and Hoguc) wore expected to take paro in the demonstration at Belmore on Saturday afternoon (says the "S.M. Herald"). In apologising for tthese members' absence it was stated that both had expressed, their inability to be present owing to oth- er engagements. Thy "other engage- ments" were not mentioned, but the person deputed to expsess sorrow nt their inability to attend mentioned (that he thought the other engage- ment was due to a bun.ing desire to witness that day's play of the inter- national cricket match. Perhaps the oddest of names may bo seen during a drive through the Hundred' of Hoo in Kent. Outside, n founlry inn you may FCC the land- lord's name painted-Time of Day and a reference to the Parliamentary ¡register will disclose that extraord- inary name on the list of voters.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Cricket. The Test Matches. REGULATIONS AGREED UPON. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

Cricket. The Test Matches. REGULATIONS AGREED UPON. J. Darling, as representative of the Board of Control, and A. Ov Jones) taptain of the English team, havt agrced to and signed the following arrangement for thc playing of tho fivo' test' matches between England ¡and Australia: ¡ Wc have agreed , to tho ¡ following I arrangements for the test matches to be played in Australia: 1. Tho Umpires.-The English cap- tain and Australian captain shall to- gether select four umpires prcv.ious to each test match, put their names in a lint, and draw out two; thc two in question to do duty at that mntch. , the" Tside-Y that" bats"first' being "200"" nins ahead on thc first innings, they shall have the option of batting or fielding next, as they may decide. 3. The! Boundaries.-The batsmen shall ; not bo caught out by a fields- man, if the ficlds-man is at Xho - time touching tho asphalt track surround- ing thc playing ground. Such a hit would, off course, being a boundary hit, count four runs. d...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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ENTERTAINING AN ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

ENTERTAINING AN ENEMY. Don't entertain a chronic running sore or wounds. Cure it with Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. Trice ls (id and 3s. Obtainable at all Chemists and Storekeepers. LENNON SAYS ¡-Perspiring human- ity relieved at my fountain. Fruit flavors. All the wanted kinds. Lennon, Chemist (next A% J¿ Dr»

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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BLACK AND WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

BLACK AND WHITE. Some weeks ago a tall full-blooded Aiegro arrived-in Australia on board ¡a visiting vessel engaged m the Afri fcnn-Australinn trade (says the "S.D. fl'olegraph"). - "The man* landed, and got into tho hands of one of the nu- merous Christian mission agencies in Melbourne gunong whoso active help tors was a bright and amiable Austra- lian girl. The negro and girl appear ted to have been muluall.v attracted. Before long the negro was converted to Christianity by his teacher. A litt' tie later some of those responsible' for the negro's whereabouts institut- ed inquiries as to where he could be found. They were informed that he fiad' . gone aboard a certain vessel. Thc steerage was searched, but no trace of the man was to be discover- ed among eithor -tho passengers or the trew- After the boat bad gone, how over, somebody supplied the inform- ation that tlie negro was on board tho bqat travelling first-class. Fur- th«' investigation revealed «hp fact that with tlie negro...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

FOP Sale SUGAR FARM for sale, 104 acres. .46 acres under plant cane, 41 acres ploughed out, crop looking well. Green manure lime and blood man-i ure applied to 36 acres of present' plant cane; near permanent tramway, good house. Price terms. Apply A. J. DRAPER, Auctioneer. DRYDEN'S Famous Horse & Cattle Medicines. " DRYDEN'S Gripe Drench for Water Gripes, Dry Gripes, and . Inflammation. % Directions : Shake the bottle well, then drench tUv Horse or Cow in the Mouth. This is^considered an infallible Remedy.. Every Farmer and Horso Owner should keep DRYDEN'S MEDICINES in the Stable or Dairy, as the time spent in looking for these Drenches, often en , ? .. tails the loss of the animals. BURNS PHILP & CO. LTD. WHOLESALE AGENTS. COURT HOUSE HOTEL, ABBOTT STREET ^opposite Court House), CAIRNS. This Hotel has been taken over by MRS. FANNY BENNETT, late of Mareeba, and has been thoroughly renovated. The travelling public will now receive every comfort and civility. Terms mod...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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NOTES AND NEWS THE ROSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

NOTES: AND NEWS THE ROSTER. The following- names-constitute the Justiccsj Köster at the Cairns Police Court" for the current week:-Messrs W. - J, , Munro, B. H. Ogilvie, R. E. Miller, anti D; McLnchlan.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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CAIRNS POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

CAIRNS POLICE COURT. Before Mr. P. G. Grant, P.M., In tbc Police Court on Saturday'morn- ing a 'nan named Edward ^Freeze was charged' (.1) with drunkenness, ' destroying pro]X'rty viz. watenncionßl and three grenadillns, valued, at 2/ the property of ,\Vood Lee, jm¿ ^¿y assaulting Wood! Lee. To tho first charge he pleaded" not guilty. ( ¡Con- stable Perkins gave evidence of ar rest, and was subjected to a useless cross-examination by accused. When questioned as to whether he desired to say anything, accused asked that tho case be adjourned till he could obtain tho service of a lawyer. Thc P.M. _ granted thc application aiul set down thc hearing for Wednesday next. The evidence in the other char- ges against accused was then taken and the further hearing also post- poned till ffiednesdfty.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Mining Wires. EINASLEIGH GOLD RUSH. LATEST DEVELOPMENTS. (By Telegraph.) JUNCTION CREEK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

Mining Wires. EINASLEIGH GOLD RUSH¿ LATEST'DEVELOPMENTS. « .(By Telegraph.), JUNCTION CREEK, Saturday. Mr. Kershaw, pi the Australian; Hotel,N Einasleigh,, has just returned for stores from the new goldi rush, up the Copperfield River, bringing with him 8i ounces of nice gold,, re- presenting lour days' work,- . . He'reports that there are 30 men at the scène of the rush, all-on gold. Thc mailman, Chisholm, andi party are doing the best, ' averaging 6 ounces of gold"per day amongst four of them. The gold is principally fine, the i largest piece berna 4 dwts. Great excitement prevails at Gin Great excitement prevails a,t Ein- asleigh Copper Mine had to bo shut) down, as all tho afterncon shift hod cleared off, headed by tho shift-boss, to tho rush. A.heavy thunderstorm has broken over the district, and to-iuorrcw the township of Einasleigh will bc deser- ted.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

MINING NOTÉS. Thc manager oí the Durham Con- sols G.M, Co., Jjtd. (Georgetown), teports progress io thc 29th Novem Der as follows :-No. 4 lovel ; Exten. Oed western level lift., macing total from crosscut 200 feet. The lodo nere maintains an average of 4 fset, showing occasional patches of min- orai. ? At present it is somewhat mullocky and of poor quality. In the stopes west pf No. 1 rise the reel will average 2 feet in width. Thc stone is rather white, but shows nice mineral in places. Stoping cast' of rise on a reef averaging 18 ins. of nicely^ mineralised stone. lu : the . ^opcB^«ilJovoi^o.-3 »Ar<Jovel«;tho ¡roa! varies from 0 to 18ins. of good stone. No. 3A level has been ex- tended a further lt) feet, making the total distance 39 feet west of No. 2 winze, f The lode here is .about 7 feet wide, very much mixed with mullock. Most of the stone, is white but some of it shows .very heavy mineral. No. 2 level': Finished'clean- ing cut winze and exposed the bot- tom for a ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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SOUTHERN QUOTATIONS. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

SOUTHERN QUOTATIONS. BRISBANE. Chillagoe, b 4/3, s 4/7 ?> Dalziell's, b."ï/9, s 2/-. Gilmore's, b 6/8, s G/10 Mount Molloy, t 10/ Mungana Co., b 7/5, s 7/8 O.K.,.b 5/-,.s 5/4 CHARTERS TOWERS. . Durham Consols b 2/10, s 3/2 Mount Molloy, b 10/2 O.K., b 5/3 : Pnlziell's, b 2/1, s 2/4, sales 2/2 Mitchell's, t'2/9, t 3/3 ADELAIDE. O.K., b 5/1, s 5/2 Mungana Co., b 7/3, s T/4 Mount Molloy, 1: 10/-, s .10/3

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THE "POST." MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1907. Gold Discoveries. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

THE "POST." MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, J.907j Gold Discoveries. Our telegrams received from a, re- liable correspondent at. Einasleigh, via Junction Creek, the nearest tele- graph station to the scene, brings tho news of a discovery of alluvial- gold on the Copperfield Bi vor, which may or may not develop into another, of those important finds of the precious motall in its natural state which have in thc past been of,SQ much value to thc »tote. It is, of course, yet too soon to judge of tho extent of pro able* immanence of tho new discov- ery, and a good deal of caution should be exercised by those who aro likely to become aXfected with' ,the gold fever, pending the receipt (qf ful- ler particulars regarding thc extent of the auriferous alluvial, area and the conditions under which tho gold is found; It may be mentioned, however, that the locality is favor- able ¡for thc deposition of golfi, being m^er bolt of country running south Sm^?Ji;toWttI^s -Banqüvüte. which Will lu. "?""InTTTMl^ W4...

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ORE AND METAL EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

ORE AND METAL EXPORT. The Irvinebank Mining Co., through Messrs Jack & Newell, shipped on Saturday by tho Wodonga for the south, 3524 bnRs silvcr-iead oro, weighing 174 tons 2 cwt ; 24 bags wolfram, 10 tons 14 cwt,; 6 bags bisimrfn and wolfram, 6 cwt ; and 881 ingots of tin, 33 tons 12 ¿wt. DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBROCA- TION for RHEUMATISM,

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Commercial Cables. THE SUGAR MARKET. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

.Commercial Cables. THE^SUGAR MARKEOV LONDON, Saturday-. Sugar, Gerninn beet, 88 per cent, 9/7 per cwt. First marks, granula- ted, f.o.lj. Hamburg, 11/2.

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THE METAL MARKETS. (By Cable). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

THE METAL MARKETS. (By Cable). LONDON, Saturday. Copper, spot, £61, Lead, £14/10.;

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FREE EVERY MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

FRßE EVERY MONTH. Every day in the month, unt¡í fur- ther notice I will give a numbered ticket with every purchase made nt my Drug Store, which will entitle the bolder to a chapee of gaining a val- uable gift. DcociMber prizes are: 1st, Set carvers : 2nd, Cruef, ; 3rd, Jam Dish. -Winning mimbei's in log- eai papers nnd in window first day pf each month. Winning numbers, is'ovûmlh?!' competition:-1st, 5135 i 2nd, 50541 tlrd, 1109. (Drawn by 'w. Barnwell, Es:;.), Lennon. Chem- ist (By examination), Abbott St. (next Draper's), Cairns. \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

- FREE TO THE DEAF If you auder (rom Dearness, Head-noi»», Rinn- ing In (lie liars, or any other cardiscase, and desire a complete and permanent cure, write at once to The "EAROSCOPt INSUME," 90 Pitt Street, STONEY. N.S.W., tor a free pamphlet, fully de scrihins an entirely new, self applied method, which will bc sent to you gratis, and post fr«« on mentioning this paper. ¿

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

BRAND & DRYBROUGH, - ' CLEVELAND FOUNDRY.^ TOWNSVILLE, Engineers, Iron and Brass Founders, Iron Shipbuilders and \' ^Boatbuilders, Boilermakers, Coppersmiths. . '~ J PATENT SLIP. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS and ESTIMATES Boats Slipped up to 500 Tons. for every class of work. ., MINING MACHINERY.-Stamper Batteries, Bordan Pans, Shoes, Dies, Cams, &c SUGAR MACHINERY.-Vncuum Pans, Triple Effects, Coolers, Tanks, etc. TVEU>BORCNG. PLANTS.-Digesters, Cleaners, Coolers, Scaldors, 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 - , . - : ? ? amp Boiler Tubes, etc. . Stewart & Lloyd's Iron and Stool Plates-all sizes. . Cundall, Sons, & Coy., Ltd., Gas Engines and Suction Gas Generating Plant, Oil Engines; eic. Ingi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

Australian Alliance Assurance Co., , Establialhed 186?, Capital . £950,000, FIRE BRANCH-Cover grunted on Buildings and Contents at Tariff Rates, Transfers from other Companies effected free of Stamp duty. ACCIDENT BRANCH.-Policies issued for Employprs Liability under Workers Compensation Act and other existing Statutes. Our Modem Improved SICKNESS & ACCIDENT Policy is the best yet placed before the Public. FIDELITY GUARANTEE.-Low Premiums and Liberal Policy conditions. AU information supplied on application to -* W. LENNON, . Local Agent, H J.Bulcock, Spence^t.CaWßsf Hardware Merchant, Full Stocks ef Hardway Macfiinery, Oil Engines, Fire- arms, Ammunition, Building Materials, Galvanised Iron and Tools for all Trades, Housîhold Utensils. PLAIN 8L FA^âOY WINDOW GLASS. LIME & CEMENT STOCKED. AGENT FOE-International Harvester Ço.,'oi America. ; . .> ... -The Famous Sanders Disc Plow, and all Agricultural Implements. AGENT-THE LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE OOM "...

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