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IMPORTS. Ex FITAROY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

IMPORTS. . Ex FrnBOT. Consigned to W. P. Redden.-1 card box. Consigned.to F. Gates.-1 truss leather. Consigned to Jack and Newell, Herberton. -1 ease merchandise, 2 do axes, Î do vestas. Consigned to S. L. Loeven.-i case cart- ridges. , - * . Miscellaneous.-6 cases fruits, 25 do syrup, 4 do biscuits. 10 hhds flour, 21 half-chests tea, 1 paper parcel, 1 case drapery, 12 bags potatoes, 1 beg butter, 2 cases ginger, 16 bags sugar, 1 tag oysters, 2 crates bottles, 1 parcel, 1 c. parcel, 1 case, 2 rolls c. matting, 1 bundle door mats, 1 bag rice, 1 keg, 1 portmanteau ¿c. - Burns. Philp and Co., agents. EX WWTWOBTH.' Consigned to J. Macnamara.-1 case cigars, 1 do fancy goods, 1 do saddlery, 2 do glassware. .Consigned to Burns. Philp ami Co.-1 crate earthenware, 1 hhd do, 1 package cedar doors, A.c. Miscellaneous.-1 case saddlery, fi cases, IOU casks cement, 1 tin box, 1 parcel tools, 1- case biscuits.-Bul ns. Philp and Co., agents.

Publication Title: Cairns Post
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

DEPARTURES. ^August 21.-Fitzroy, SJ.. Capt C. J. Kightingall, for Cooktown. Passengers Mrs. Hodel and child. and 6 in steerage. Alignât 21.-Warrego, SJ., Capt. Phillips, for Cooktown. Augus4" 21.-Alexandra, BJ.. Capt. Banks, for Sydney, via Brisbane. Passengera-Mrs. Whitaker^ Mr, "Milford, and ti in steerage. August 23.-Wentworth, s.s.. Capt. Munro, for Sydney, via Brisbane. Passengers-Mr. Sergison, and ll in steerage. August 23.-Fitzroy, BJ.. Capt. C. J. "Nightingall, for Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. August 23.-Warrego, SJ., Capt. Phillips, tar Sj-Jnejr. rio. Brisbane and posjll. .Ao¿ru«t ses.-Corea,*.*., 0»J>t- JtTUratli, tor Sydney, via Brisbans and ports. j

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The Sculling Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

I Tkc Stilling CbnpioMbip. A KEETiKQ of the friends of Beach and Hanlan vas held on the 18th instant in the International Hotel, to witness the paying over of the stakes in the championship s,u.i ing match, which was won by Beach ou ¡Sat- urday. The committee-room vu crowded to excess, and about 5000 people gathered in the road in front of the uotel. lianlan was loudly cheered on making his appearance* Beacb entered the room snortly aitcrwards, and the two scullers shook hunus. Amongst those present were ma ay who had been pro- minent in arranging the carry i ug out ot ihe uuit.li. air. jj'. Smith, the stakeholder, was voted to the chair, and handed over a cheque for £1000 to Beach. The champion, who, on receiving it, was loudly cheered, said he was ve-y proud of the honour he had won for himself as well as for them. He should always feel happy to row and win honours for Australia as long as he'could, aud he hoped the championship of the world would never leave Australia. Beach thea...

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of the CAIRNS POST.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

Correspondenee. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of the Cirnss POST.) Sn,-I notice in different issues of your puter that the officer in charge of native police here is accused of negligence in the per- formance of his duty. I think there must be some mistake in making this assertion, as I can confidently state there is not a more haid-worked officer in the service than Sub I Inspector Nichols, nor one that has given more protection to the settlers. No doubt as Cairns is becoming an important place it needs more protection, but this, I would suggest, should be derived from a separate detachment, provided specially for that dis tract. -Yours, ¿c. Herberton, August S2, ISM. [Tb* oorrerpoadesoa referred to bj ".Adi- eus" did aot meatioá or apply to . 8ub Innpector Nichol«.-En. C. J».j The weather for . the pest weelc baa been changeable, with south-easterly breezes' in the mornings and variable winds daring the days. Bain fel...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. SURVEYOR AMOS' REPORT. BRISBANE, AUGUST 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

LATEST BY WIRE. [i-BOM OU» OWN COEBMrONDINT.] 8UBVEYOB ? AMOS' BEPOBT. BRISBANE, AUUUST 28. \ Mr. F. T.ÏWi«nble, on behalf of the Progress "Association interviewed Mr. T. Campbell, re asking for Surveyor Amos' report in the Assembly. Mr. Campbell stated he j had seen Amos' report, which was decidedly adverse to the Po rt^ Douglas route. It confirms the- correctness1 'of Surveyor Monk's I ?urvey, and states that the route adopted by him is the beat one avail able from Port Douglas to Herbertou. .-.. -. i' - ? . ! " A cor sr 27.- * Surveyor Amos* report received, .but not yet published, lt ia, however, un- favourable to Port Douglas. Mr. Mes- ton' had an interview of the Hon.' AV. Miks on the subject, and received a satisfactory reply. The permanent survey will be proceeded on without delay. AUGUST 23.; ?>"» Ai deputation of sugar planters yes- terday had an interview of the Premier. Thc deputation waa introduced by Mr*. H. Black, member for Mackay, and included representatives fro...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

ODDS AND fKDS. 'Wallace BOBS has challenged Beach to row on the Thames for .£500 aside and the' scul- ling championship of the world. The Trna suggests that Beach, Hanlan, Boss, and Teenier should row a match on the Thames in the autumn. A new method of treatment of cholera' adopted hy Dr. Tronda by inhalation of oxygen has, it is stated, been successful in sever*) cases. Arrangements have been made in Mel- bourne for re-vaccinating the police. Be- tween,. 300 'and 400 men will nave to be operated on. A correspondent of the FRUIT KXCOXDEX says he has boiled leaves and stems of tomato plants until the juice is all extracted, and finds the liquor deadly to caterpillars, lice, and many other enemies of vegetation. It does not injure the growth of plants, and its odour remains for a long time to disgust insect marauders. James Hawthorne was executed at Mel- bourne gaol on the 31st instant instead of the 20th, aa> |mnin«sly wind. The prisoner, who left a- written »tatet-nt dealing- hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

Spacial Coli AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. REDUCTION IN FARES. FROM 1st May proximo, .Saloon and Steerage Fares by the Company's Weekly Mail Steamers, between Brisbane, Rockhampton,: Mackay, Bowen, Towns- ville, Dungeness, Cardwell, Johnstone River, Cairns, Port Douglas, and Cooktown, will be reduced FIFTY PEK CENT. BURNS, PHILP and CO.. Agents. April 26,1SS4._ AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. REDUCTION OF FARES BETWEEN BRISBANE AND SYDNEY. fTIHE FARES by the above Company be -L tween Brisbane and Sydney are RE- DUCED TWENTY-FIVE PEE CENT. (25). For particulars, apply - BORNS, PHILP and CO.. Agents. ; TO INVESTORS, CAPITALISTS, AND SPECULATORS. rOHS MACNAMARA, I Government and General Auctioneer, VALUATOR and LAND AGENT. I Keferencus-Q. M. But, Cairns. Chuck of R»g1«a REV. O. R. F. NOBBS will (v.r.) con- duct Divine Service at ll a.m. and 7.30 p.m.,,in the Church. Abbott-street.. "DEV. K. HARTLEYi of aWclrhaiapto«, XL will (D.V.) preach on Sunday next in the Church, A...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1884. Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

á^lic Catrit§ post. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1884. Local items. No appeal*against the rateable valuations for the current year were made at the Court held for that purpose' on Tuesday last. Mr. Inspector Isley arrived here by road from Port Douglas on Tuesday last. He re- turns to Port Douglas by steamer to-day. We understand that crushing operations will be commenced on Mrs. Parker's Brie Brie plantation, on the Mosman River, on Saturday week. ' Mr. Macnamara announces that his usual Saturday .sale, will, this week, include a special consignment ol furniture, lc. ; vide advertisement. A Post Office ia to be opened at A. Stewart's store, Redbank, in connection with the contract recently entered into for the conveyance of a weekly moil from Cairns to Redbank by the Zeus. Attention is called to the advertisement of Messrs. Ackers, Wilson, Ayton, and Byan, who will sell by auction in Townsville, next Thn»~*l<»y. foi»-, allotments of land «tuifct«*! in tho near suburbs of this to...

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Spare the Mangrove. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

Spare the Mangrove. THERE Uas recently been presenteJ to Par- liament a despatch from Earl Derby contain- ing an interesting translation of a pamphlet by Senor Pedro Soares Cnlduira, of Kio de Janeiro, on the injurious effects on the cli- mate produced by thc destruction of man- grove forests, lt is stated that where the mangrove flourishes there isa predominance of what is termed tannin, which fosters quantities of fish and shellfish, and, in fact, every species of inhabitant of the sea. This tannin is said to bc a powerful antidote against putrefaction, and by its astringent natute it solidifies the surface of the mud j and mises it, converting the mu-1 little by little iuto solid ground. Prom thc leaves, baric, aud seeds which fall from the man- grove thc mud receives immense quantities of tannin. By thu destruction of the man- grove the mud becomes exposed to the heat of the sun, which encounters a good con- ductor of heat in the colour of the mad. The heat *liat is thus thrown ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

SHIPPING. ABBITALS. August 21.-Fitzroy, s.s.. Capt. C. J. 3i igbringail, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. August 21.-Warrego, SJ.. Capt. Phillips, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. August 23.-Wentworth, s.s.. Capt. Munro, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas- sengers-il rs. M'Ardle, Mrs. Smith, Mr. Gliby. and S in stowage. August 23.-Fitzroy, sj.. Capt. C. J. -iightingall, from Cooktown. Passengers Mrs. Severin, and 4 in steerag». August 23.-Warrego, sj.. Capt. Phillips, from Cooktown. l'uSengers-Jira. Parker, Misses Parker, and Mr. Walsh.?-'. . August 21.-Corea, s.s.. Capt. If'Grath, from Thursday Island and Cooktown.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

THÉ'AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. ' The company's steamers leave this port every Thursday for Northen». Porta,- and every Saturday evening for Southern Ports. For fares ¡md rates of freight apply at the Company's own office at wharf." WRNS. PHILP and CO., Limited. : ' . Agents. ' THE S.S. " ZEUS,"-Captain Innes, Leaves the wharf every Thursday morning i to. meet the incoming, and every Saturday «yening to meet outdoing Mail Steamers ; and leaves every Wednesday and Saturday mornings for Swallow's and Stowf art's landings. , ' ! Open for charter and excursion«.' -j BUENS. PHILP and CO. A«e«ts. > |uâM Ultimi Bask, LonrcD. Incorporated nuder The Companies Act," 1SC3. ' It AX KEES TO THE GOVEEXMEXT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital .... ... ¿l,ÍH»,O0Ó Paid-up Capital ... ... 500,000 Reserve Fund ... 135,000 Gold bought or forwarded.to the Mint for Assay.' Interest allowed on'F&èd "Deposits ut Current Kat«». Drafts issued ou Head Office, -Branches and-'Agents. " Adv...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 August 1884

Our Neighbours. (From our own correspondents) HERBERTON   August 22.   We are "enjoying" our 31deg, 32deg, and 33deg cold nights, and as blankets and   whiskey are not scarce articles, the people manage to pull through tolerably well, and as the sun gets high, call it lovely weather." So it is; vegetation is reviving with a pleasant color, and everything and everybody looks cheerful except collectors, who, somehow, hereabouts start away as happy as bees, but invariably return "glum " like ; they appear to have lost   their elasticity as they are noticed going back. Perhaps it is they are more careful, having large sums in their possession, but I hardly think so ; when a mum has a pocket- ful of coin, he can manage to look pleasant however tired he may be. No ! I am afraid it is the general scarcity of money that is affecting him. I notice at Hides and McColls Hotel, about eight to nine feet of names on a sub- scription list intende...

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Mining at Herberton. (FROM THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 September 1884

j ---I j .. r Mining" at Herberton..i (FBOX THE ADVERTISER.) A SMALL rush to new alluvial ground on the Lower Tate, 12 miles on the California Gully side, has takeu place during the week, and about a dozen miners have gone there. A few parties of men are still at work on the lead, but are greatly impeded in their opera- tions by the-amount of water met with. IHinrose and party who purchased the " Car- riers' Claim';' have an aerial tramway rigged and take their wash dirt right across the river to the' sluice, boxes. The mullock is thrown into a deep waterhole at the bottom of the cliff, into which- at present they are putting two drives. One of the drives is in 30ft and has a couple of feet of good wash in the face. .In lode mining matters are pro- gressing quietly, although a few of the claims show improved prospects ; notably, "Tbe,Wild Iiishtnaa" where at present -they have about 3tt of good ore in sight at the bottom of their last shaft. Messrs. M'Nauiara and Quinn have purchase...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 September 1884

Umw South Waits. SYDNEY, Ai-uusT 31. - Thc A.J.C. -Sprin». Meeting com- menced yesterday. Kesult of A.J.C. Derby-liargo 1, Tremando 2, Cairn- gorm 3. A public banquet was given hy tho citizens of Sydney in thc Town Hall on Saturday'night to'welcome Sir Henry Parkes upon his return to thc colony. About two hundred persons were pre- sent, including many prominent mem- bers of both Houses of the Legisla- ture. The outbreak of small-pox has as- sumed a more-serious phase, several fresh cases being reported in.'thc city, in Kent-street, and also at thc Globe. One case has been traced to infection from tho Orient . Hotel, -whom tl.,, patient was working as a carpenter about a fortnight ago. SEPTEM BEB 1. Dr. Moran, the new R. C. Arch- bishop of Sydney,- arrived per Liguria at Adelaide this morning. He is ex- pected to reach here next Monday morning. . All the small-pos patients are re- ported to be progressing favourably. So fresh cases are reported. SEPTEMBER 3. Metropolitan Stakes.-Resu...

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Time Table. BRISBANE AND COOKTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 September 1884

Time Table. BRISBANE AND COOKTOWN. Weekly by Australasian Steam Navigation Company's Contract Steamers.. : ' : - ? Ksox BBIBBASCE. KEPPEL BAT. FLAT-TOP ISLAND. Moa. Koa. { Sp.i TOTTSSVlLLKl Arrive . Tjeure ! To BRISBASE. TOWNSVILLE . Sat. Upjn.! 0 p.m. I . Sat. 9 p.m. Sut. [Up.m Sim. 13 p.! KEPPEL BAT.

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before R. T. Hartley, and D. Patience, Esqs., J.J.P.) August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 September 1884

Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before E. T. Hartlev, and D. Patience, Eä<is" J.J.P.) August 30. P. Johnson y. T. Palmer.-Charge of as- ea, ult. Case adjourned until September 5th, to enable summons to be served. : Leave'granted to Maurice Fox to be ab- sent from, his licensed house for two weeks. September 1. i - Ü, Dowd, charged with using obsence lan- guage. Fined -I'Js, or 7 day3. Wm. Cable, charged with drunkenness. Fia«f.l t)s, or W boure. il. ' Phelan, "charged with drunkenness. Fined 10s, or 12 honra. Wa. Bees, charged with absconding from the hired service of the Pyramid Sugar Company. Pleaded not guilty. The charge, however, being proved, the Bench inflicted a Sue of £10, ar in default one month ia Townsville gaaL (Before B. T. Hartley and D. Patience, Esqs.. JXP.) September li. H. A. Hull-charged on summons with furious ridînsf.r-Fïncil as dd costs of Court. «T^W^oISnSow V W. P.' Hodden-charge of I tr jury. Case adjourned, until, the 5th inst.

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Revenue and Exports. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 September 1884

Revenue and Exports. THE following are the Customs; revenue col- lections and exports for the past month. The revenue receipts aro compared with vhoso collected during the same months of and 1SS2.' and provide undeniable evi- dence of the enormous strides in advance-' meut, made by Cairns since 188Ï ; CUSTOMS HtVESUX. Mouth of August, ISSI ... .£13i» 7 ll Ditto, 138a ... ... ta? 1 3 ? . ?:- Increase .... . . -.Jctaft «:9 Month uf August, 19!» ... J613Ï9 7 ll Ditto; îs*S..-.-î- ... . ' SUS t O Increase ... ... -61127 5.11 £X FORTS, Month of August, IHM, Tm,-71 tora: ; valu« ... . JgMfiS Su^nr, HO tons "' ..." " ' 1010 -irolagses; .'".» tons '' '"?"' "tjOO Hulea,;»;-. t,\ ... . .... ... 139 l" "Total"" ' ..." Atnong the passengers by the Maranoa List Thurwlay was Mr. W. C. Smith, of the '.Queensland N itional Bank, reluming from iii trip to Brisbane, . _:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 September 1884

AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIOATIOK COMPANY. REDUCTION IX FARES. FROM 1st May proximo, Saloon and Steerage-i Fares by tb« Company's Weekly Mail Steamers, between Brisbane, j Rockhampton, Mackay, Bowen, Towns I rille, Dungeness, Cardwell, Johnstone. Ri Ter, Caima, Port Douglas, and Cooktown, will be reduced FIFTY PER CENT. BURNS, PHILP and CO.. Agents. April 20,1HS4._ AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION «; ;> COMPANY. REDUCTIOX OF FARES BETWEEN BRISBANE AND SYDNEY. THE FARES by the above Company be- tween Brisbane and Svdney are RE- DUCED TWENTY-FIVE *PEK CENT. For particulars, apply BURNS, l-HILP and CO., Agents; ' TO INVESTORS; CAPITALISTS, AND SPECULATORS. JO H X M A C X A M A R A, * Government ¡ind General Auctioneer, I VALUATOR and LAND AGENT, «eererences-«J. Sf. Dank:, Cairns. Church of England. REV. G. R. F. NOBBS will (D.V.) con- duct Divine Service at ll a.m. and 7:.h) p.m., in the Church. Abbott-street. REV. E. T. LLOYD will (D.V.) conduct 1 - Divine Service in Primitive Methodist C...

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, AUGUST 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 September 1884

Cable Messages. (FBOM Otra OVN CORRESPONDENTS.) Europa»« ?.»?« LONDON, Ai;orsT29. Tlie B.T.S.N. Company's steamer Duke of Sutherland, from London, left Suez for Queensland to-day. HONG- KONG, Avocar 20. Admiral-Courbet, Commander «if the French fleet, having destroyed all the river defences at Foo-chow, left there to-day with the vessels under his com- mand. lt is expected that he will pro- ceed to the northern ports. A great panic has set in among thc Chinese population of Shanghai in anticipation of the arrival of thc French fleet, and the inhabitants are flying from the city in thousands. The Australian Eleven won the cricket match against the South of England by an innings and 107 runs. ' SEPTEMBER ]. General Lord "Wolseley and Earl Northbrook left yesterday for Egypt. It IR wnorted tliíit th« {"Siino^o < Int- ernment nave toruiully declared war against France. An official proclamation has been issued in Canton, setting a price on the heads of all Freuch subjects. SEP...

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 September 1884

;- .IIIMÜRT.«.-. ?. Consigned to S. IV. toeren.-I cases pro- vidions. Consigned to Jack and Xewell.-2 bales . canvas, 1 paper parcel. Consigned to Burns, Philp and Co.-1 bale drapery, I box instruments. Consigned to J. Macnamara. - 1 bale drapery. - Consigned tp H. Selig, Herberton.-I case merchandise, 1 box tobacco. . . * Consigned to L. Severin.-7 cases furni- ture. Miscellaneous.-2 cases, 30 lihds sundries. 1 ease stationery, 1 case, 1 bundle brackets, 1 box glassware, I case opium, 3 bugs salt Ssh, 1 chest drawers, 3 packages furniture, 1 case, 1 roll floorcloth, 1 bale drapery, 2 coils rope, 1 canvas package, 1 do parcel, 5 eases, 80 bags rice, 1 package opium, 1 case EUiidries. 4 do c ware, 3 do oil, -0 mats ric», 1 package opium, 5 bags fish, 7 cases furni . ture, 6 packages sundries, 1 rase clucks, 1 box opium, H) bags rice, 1 half-chests tea, 4 boxes soy, 1 do beans.-JJurns, Philp and Co., agents. Captain Hampton, of the Maranoa, reports having experienced light variable wi...

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