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

6. R. Mayers & Co., HAVE NOW IN STOCK A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF | MENS TWEED TROUSERS, HATS, SHIRTS, and MERCERY The Latest Novelties in Ties, Collars, de. Now Opened up New Stock of Spriog ai)d Sûnjiw (¡oods, Including PRINTS, ZEPHYRS, Etc. Bring your Cash to G. It. MAYERS & CO. if you -vant moro than Valuo for your Money. -THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN. g DRAPERY, BOOTS, AND SHOES, -CROCKERY, CUTLERY, ETC. Only Best, Zincs of Produce Stocked. Agents for Society and People's Choice Blends of Teats. (J. R. Mayers & Co., ti LAKE STREET, CAIRNS. H. M. SVSHBSEN, CABINET MAKER, -UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER. EM. SVENDSEN has in Stock a . Selection of FURNITURE BEDDING CORNICE-POLES -& PICTURE MOULDINGS. Coffin Trimmings, Shrouds, &c, always in stock. Funerals conducted in first class htyle at shortest notice. Cairns Agent fur Milrose and Fcnnick's MONUMENTAL WORKS. H. M. Svendsen, LAKE-ST., CAIRNS. Mark Winstone, BOOT & SHOE MAKEE, SPENCE ST^ CA...

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

A.U.S.N._CO., Ltd. ROYAL HAIL COASTAL SERVICE. Til HE Steamers of the abo^c Company are X " intended to sai! as unu'u : Townsville ^ Bowen Mackay .Rockhampton,. , .Gladstone .Bundaberg ..Maryborough Brisbane [ Sydney Melbourne {Adelakl; j Albany {Freemantle Î Geraldton Cossack, and otlicr'jWcst Australian ports Geraldton Mourilyan Cardwell Dungeness Townsville I t'.u.v.r». Port Douglas Cooktown JThursday Island ¿Normanton ¿Burketown WonoNC. v To-D w .Transliippinj n Keppel B.iy. " ¿Transhipping at Cooktown. {Transhipping at Melbourne. vor further partimlars apply to BURNS, PHILP & CO., LIMITED, sls^VICTORY," (90 Tons Reg.) (TIKIS Steamer is now Employed for Attendance on Oversea Steamers at Fairway Beacon, and is also available for nil lighterage nnd towing purposes. Special Terms to Picnic Parties and Friendly Societies, When in Attendance on Oversea Vessels a limited number of Passengers will be carried. FARE : 2s Cd, Adults ; Children, Is. BUMS, PHILP & CO., Ltd.,...

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Cairns Divisional Board. THE ALOOMBA CRUSHING PROPOSALS. THE C S.R. COY. AND THIS BOARD CONFERENCE. NOTHING DEFINITE YET SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 September 1897

Cairns Divisional Board. THE ALOOMBA CRUSHING PROPOSALS. TIIK CS.IÎ. COY. AND THIS HOARD CONFERENCE. NOTHING DEFINITE YET SETTLED.. I In connection with the proposals su'imitted to til« Colonial Sugar Com- pany tlut nil canogiowu in connection willi the projected Central Mill at A'oomba should beciushed at Hamble- don Plautni ion Mill, a mer-ting of the Advisory ComuiilUe of the Cairns Divisional Hoard was convened on Fridny List for the purpose of confer- ring with Mr W. Farquhar, Ncrthern Inspector of the C.S.B. Coy aud Dr. Reed, manager of Hambledon planta- tion, regarding the freight to be charged on cane conveyed over the Mulgrave tramway. Present: Messrs W. H Swal IJW (Clmirman). \V. D. Hobson, I. E Fu-twt'll and \V. J. Munro. The Cluiiman (Mr W. H. Swallow) ex pi lined thstMr Farquhar was present to expl tin ¿he views of the C.S. Ii. Coy. as to what they were prcpaied to p.iy for tlic delivery of cane at Hambledon from Aloomba. MrW. Faiquhar ssi 1 that a pioiKi8.il had been m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPECIAL MEETING. TO FURTHER CONSIDER THE MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 September 1897

SPECIAL MEETING. TO FURTHEB CONSIDER TUE MATTER. A spcciil meeting of the Boaid was subsequently held to farther cousider tho above matter. Present : Messrs T. Mackey (in the chair), W. J. Munro, W. D. Hobson, C S. S. Ros», and I. E. Fretwell. The decision of the Advisory Committee with legud to the charges for haulage - was discussed and the Board's terms for carrying cane on the tramway in accordance with the pi osent taiiff charge of Is per ton were adhered to. The proposal ti lay a Ihiid rail, the C.S.R. Co. to fiud cane trucks, was considered. A basis of 30000 tons of cane in the season was adopted aud it was decided that nnothei locomotive would be required and that, to meet the Mulgrave Mill requirements a third rail would have to be laid to the Eist, ern houndan of Portion 158, a distance of 13J miles. To continue the third rail to Pretwell'a, woaUl - aconaaiutâ about 9 Bailee being-laid ás aw nartaaatna cost ot JE250 per mile, iucludiug points and crossings necessary to mee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hon. Yictor Hood and the Brigands. MR FINUCANE VISITS BRONTE ESTATE IN SICILY. THE PROPERTY OF THE HON. VICTOR HOOD'S FATHER— VISCOUNT BRIDPORT, DUKE OF BRONTE. MR HOOD—THE GOD-SON OF QUEEN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 September 1897

Hon. Yictor Hood and the Brigands. MR FINUCANE VISITS BRONTE   ESTATE IN SICILY.   THE PROPERTY OF THE HON. VICTOR HOOD'S FATHER VISCOUNT BRIDPORT, DUKE OF BRONTE. MR HOOD-THE GOD-SON OF QUEEN VICTORIA. "Through the introduction of the Honourable Victor Nelson-Hood, of Caima, to hi» brother who resides the greater part of the year on his father's estate in Sicily, I was enabled (writes Mr Finucane, Queensland's newly appointed commercial agent) to spend very pleasantly and profitably to the colony a few days at the castle of Maniace, near Bronte, at the foot of Mount Etna. It is an historical as well as a beautiful place, and possesses many attrac- tions. The property is of immense extent, and on it are cultivated the olive, the vine, the pèstacchio nut, the orange, the lemon, the almond, the walnut, the chestnut, wheat, maize, and many other products. Olive oil and wine are made on the most approved principles, and although it is very hard to make the peas...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

Commercial. Messrs Goldsborough, Mort S( Co., Sydney specially report on thc produce market under date nth September as follows : i Sheepskins.-Full-woolled 4JUI to ¡d per lb; medium, 3 jd to 4d per lb ¡"shorts, 2d to 3d per lb. Good conditioned sheepskins were lu strong demand, but wasty and inferior were dull. Crossbreds unchanged. - ^ ¡ Hides.- Heavies, 3! d to 4jcl ; mediums, 3|dto 4d ; lights, 2fd to 3jd per lb. Owing to the small supply in hides to hand, bidding was extremely brisk, and Tor well con- ditioned, a slight improvement may be rc corded. Tallow.-Mutton, nominal/ ¿16 5s to ¿17 Beef sad mixed, ¿16 to ¿16 los. per ton.'; ? ? The favorable tone; of the London cables, and the good attendance of both trade and shipping buyers, made the demand for all des- criptions ot tallow better, although lio lia.' pruveacat wu MUccabje is u^uüoa*. ?

Publication Title: Morning Post
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THE POWER THAT PULLS DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

THE POWER THAT PULLS DOWN. 1 want to present a single idea in tile fewest and clearest words ut my command. Here goes for a try at it. From the time that yon are first able to stand on your feet, up to the time you can stand no longer, there is alwajs a power, pulling yov. backward and downward. Yon resist, and it persists. It wins partial victories over you every day, and finally it lays you by the heels. IYCW, what is (he name of that power 1 , Don't be too quick with your answer. Itis the over-confident cricketer who gets howled out. . Perhaps the reading of these letters may help you. "In the spring of 1891," says a woman "wy health, previously good, began t3 fail. I am naturally as energetic as most persons and enjoy being ;.àp.a^ forceóme reason I feit low, . weak, and tired. I had no relish for food of any kind, and what I ate gave me pain at the chest and a feeling of tightness and oppres- sion around the waist, with a shortness of breath. " "After a time the pains went to m...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Arabian Coffee Machinery. A CHEAP PULPER. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

Arabian Coffee Machinery. A CHEAP PULPER. Mr Rebt. Craig on his war homo from England obtained at Colombo detailed plnns and information regarding machi- nery for preparing the coffee cherry for the market. A new single disc pulper, manufactured by the well-known iirtn of Walker, Sons & Co., Colombo, should prove a special interest to. coffee-growers in this district, and as it ¡3, a thoroughly effective machine which is."quoted at the low price of £ 18 f.o.b. Colombo, Cairns coffee-plánters would do well to make further inquiries into this matter. In the operation of pulping, n variety of machines have been used, but, prac- tically, they may be divided into two sorts: those whose pulping surface is a cylinder, and those whose pulping sur- face is a disc. Cylinders are used in the larger machines, and discs in the smaller and cheaper ones. The disc have the advantage of being more portable as well cheaper, arid hence they are very much used in the opening cf distant estates,...

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Atherton School Ball. A BIG SUCCESS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

Atherton School Ball. A BIG SUCCESS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ?.. On Friday evening 18th inst, a most successful concert and Ball was held in Brazier's Hall in aid of the funds of thc Atherton Provisional School. Knowing that your space is valuable I am not going to particularise every performer during thèllÂ-éning but' I may state that the programme was a splendid one -and was thoroughly ¡ enjoyed by everyone. The special thanks of the School Committee are due to the Herberton visitors, Misses Sheean, Molloy, Kate" Sheean and Miss Martin of Martintown whose efforts during the evening contnbutcd very largely to the'success of the concert. Mr Thoinás very kindly gave the use of his piano, which hy the way, I may state is.onë of the best instru- ments in the North of Queensland, being a Brinsmead upright grand of splendid tone. One of the items of the programme was an exhibition of physical drill given by the school children and their performance re- flected the greatest credit u...

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SEPTEMBER 21ST, 1897. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

SKIIËMUER 2IST, 1S97. (Before the Police Magistrale.) A. Jordan, in custody, charged with drunkenness, was dismissed with a caution. Same charged with indecent exposure in a public place, pleaded not guilty. After hearing thc evidence of Constable Smith' he was lound guilty and lined 5s or 48 hours in the cells. Valentine Jones, charged with drunkeness, was remanded for 24 hours. Arthur Sands, Charles Sands, and Perry MacDonald were jointly and severely accused of assaulting and beating James Tenni and Peter Tenni, at the Mulgrave. . Mr Milford appeared for plaintiffs, and Mr Le Vaux for defendants. ; The accused pleaded not guilty, Jas. Tenni deposed: "I am a laborer lately residing at Cairns. On I ; th inst. I was out at Aloomba with my brother Peter. We went from lhere to O'Hara's Hotel in Bell's buggy. We had á drink in the bar and on coming outside saw Bell who said "let's go and have a look at the boxing." The boxing was going on in a hall five or six yards from the hotel. We ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

KANDY KOOLA CEYLON TEA . h»i been tried and acquitted of con taining) »ny... properties injurious ?.,to digeatim. ÜUI5NS, PHILP & COY., Ltd., touts,

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SEPTEMBER 20TH, 1897. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

?** SEPTEMBER'iOTfr, 1897. , (ncforethe l'ofice Magistrate;) Hamadi, on bail, was charged willi drunk- enness, anti fined £z.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

DEPARTURES. September 16:-Wodonga,' a., Captain J. E.'Meab'urni'for Cooktown, via ports. Pas- sengers : ;Mrs P. D. A. Carstens,.Messrs F. D. A. Carstens, J. M.Forbes, and S in fte Steerage. Burns, Philp Sc Co., agents. : September 16.-Maranoa, a., Captain" C. ? A. Ehorpe.forSouthern.ports'.; Passengers: Mr J. Dyrnes, and 1 in the steerage. B/irns, Philp & Co., agents. September 16.-Australian, s., Captain Helmes, for China ports.-*-Burns, Philp & Co., agents ': - September , 18--Allinga,' , s., .. Captain Davies, for Sydney. . Passengers :, Mr Hen- derson, and. 1 in the steerage."" J. G. Fearnley, agent; ;"". ; ?'"' September' 19.-Wodonga, s., Captain J. E. Meaburn,, for. Southern, ports. '. Passen- gers : Misses -White (2), Scully^'Mesdames Hassall, Scully ; Messrs Parsons, Frew, Kirk, Scully (2), W.D, Hobson, White, and 30; in. the steerage. Burns; Philp ft ^Co., ^September " 5B.-¿AdelsIde,-:' sV, Captain' Keir, for Port Douglas. Walsh "& Co., agents. ? [ ?...

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SEPTEMBER 18TH, 1897. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

'\ SEPTEMBER I 8TH, 1897. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Taj Brennan,, charged with having no law- ful visible means or support, was discharged on condition that he left thc town forthwith to look for work. - -

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MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

MOVEMENTS. j ¡ Thc Cintra, is due ; here: about 7 a.m. to-day. ? ' ? '? The Palmer leaves for.TownsviUe via port» this morning. . :. .- ¿-; . The" Duke of Argyll, ..Q.R.M.S., is timed td leave Cairns bu the 29lhinst en route to London. .; ... The Barrabool,' e., is doc from Southern ports next week. '? The Chingto, s., left Sydney for China 'ports on the 18th inst. The Warrego, a., from Gulf ports is due here next Thursday week. . The Adelaide and Lass o' Gowrie are doe from Townsville on Wcdnesdsy. Tte(Adelaide S.S. Co.'ai Adelaide is',due here to-day, ami leaves for the South on .Friday.-.. ' W '.^...ii ¿ i^-K:

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Special Exemptions. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

Special Exemptions. . The fol lowing suggestions for amend ment to the exemption clauses at pre- sent contained in the Mineral Lande Aces hare been submitted by Mr J. M. Hollway, Herberton, . to the Mining Commission.- " 1. Any leaseholder whose property is under six months' total exemption ot obtaining equltnliie exemption, sbaY first apply to the commissioner for i special exemption as preliminary there- for for a period not exceeding three months. Notice of his intention so tc do shall be posted OH tba ground, and at the commissioner's office, twenty-one olear days prior to the expiration of th« existing exemption, and shall be adver Used in a local paper ten clear days prior to such date of expiration. The applicant shall at the date ol hearing appointed by the commissioner produce evidence, documentary or otherwise, in support of his application, and on proof of his having complied with the above regulations, the com- missioner may grant special exemption for. a period not exce...

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A. P. and M. Association. A SETTING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

A meeting of the Committee of the Cairns Agricultural, Pastoral and Mining Association was held in the office of the Secretary (Mr A. J. Draper) on Wednesday, 15th inst. Present-Messrs W. J. Munro (in the chair) Neal McLean, W. Cameron, M. Walsh, J. P. Canny, G. R. Mayers, and E. Donegan." The Secretary (Mr A. J. Draper) read a statemeut of accounts amounting to £98 zs, which was passed for payment on the motion of Mr G. R. Mayers, seconded by Mr Walsh. A discussion took place regarding the merits of the last Hall Show,' and Mr M. Walsh suggested that greater inducements should be pfferedto selec- tors to show the products of the dis- trict. It was decided that the Annual General Meeting should be held on 27th October, and that members should be asked to suggest improve- ments for the nest show, and fix the date when such show should be held. This concluded the business.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

DO YOU SUFFER ; from r LIVER COMPLAINT, INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, HEARTBURN, FLATULENCE, Or any symptoms of » disordered dig- estive apparatus ? If so, there is no remedy in the world so safe and sure to give relief as Fletcher's Pills and Clements Tome. Don't be misled into wasting time and money on any of the''Alt-failing" nostrums so speci- ously advertised by designing quacks and dishonest rogues. Remember, these two remedies have stood the test of time, that their merits are proved, and that a few shillings invested on them may save you weeks and months of suffering, and, perhaps, pounds of expense, for ¡ they have done so in hundreds of cases, and, we will send you evidence to prove our assertions on receipt of your name and address. Remember, delay is dangerous, and that every honr you neglect your case the complication increases and a cure becomes more difficult. Shun the cheap quack doctors and designing nostrum compounders ; stick to the remedies Clements Tonic and Fletch...

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BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

BRIEFS. " JouniaUstic Etiquette." \V*e smile. " Telegrams "-Charitable nuil brotherly' We hope all advertisers aro pleased with the latest. Well done Mulgrave Jockoy Club. '? Tho programme for November'Otb is a real good one. And Mr John Cairns, the Club's Secretary, me ins to make the meeting a tip-top success. And he will do it. : The Aloomba Mill goes up after all. Toor A. J., how he must suffer. Mr E. Hunter is a certain starter for Cairns at the next general election. This ii a fact Anil the letting is what? Givens, dear boy what oJdB he doesn't beat yon uuyway. Nothing easier. Yes, Thomas, you lose at least 10 votes every issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

i Petty Debts Court ?< (Before B. R. Safford Esq., P.M.) j WEUN'ESDAV, SEITEMBKII 13TH. Verdicts were' obtained by tbe plaintiffs i in the following esses ; - Sam Sinn versus Ah Gue, £5 Gi 2J, goods sold ond delivered. G. li. Mayers : (Mr Mitford) versus E. Slade, £U Mi Sd, good«. sold aud de- liver*!. . . A 'garnishee Wider was granted on tho application of M ? ..-Boland against Edward Ward, £3Es lOd -(Burua, 'Philp & Co.). VflllHC MÍH -Write ta rn« for Valuable lUUnB Hill FBSSBOOK concerning your- selves. PROFESSOR HERMAN, Specialist, 41 Collina Place, Melbourne. HURRIED UDIESr.Äi^iKn: cernina yourselves. pKoressok HCKMAK, French Specialist, [41 Collina Place, Mel bsmma. BilbeyV Dry Bin B»7 DRAGON TEA fwtU/U».

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