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TERRIBLE MINE EXPLOSION. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

TERRIBLE MIXE EXPLOSIÓN.. LONDON, Saturday. Au explosion iii the' Baltimore ' Con- solidated Coal Company's / mine r at; Monagh, near Fairmont, California, shot a 'number ; of miners ' through thc ventilating, shafts, . shook a number of houses withina radius of 8 miles, and set. fire io two pits mutually connected but situated on opposite sides of toe wes¡t fork of the Monongahilli Kivc:> It is fçarçd | that 425 miners, have perished. The fumes were SQ dense ,that the explor- ers were unabfe to penetrate far. They discovered some bodies which j were unrecognisable. Tho passages of the minc are blocked by fallen rock, and it will be a miracle if any of the cmtombed men are saved*

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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SUGAR KING'S MONEY. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

SUGAR KING'S MONEY LONDON, Saturday. The cs] atc of Havcmeyer, better known ns the American Sugar King, ('las been valued for probate purpo- ses nt £15,000,000, He bequeathed £750,000 to charities. ^ (Henry Osborne Havcmeyer was aged CO at the time oí his death, having been born in New York in 1817. Elected to Congress in lSliti Became manager of Havemeyers and (Cider sugar refiners, 1S91, and had since then been President of the Ame- rican Sugar Relining Co. The decca sed sugar magnate, among his other good deeds, presented a public school house to thc tpwn of Greenwood, Connecticut, where he resided.)

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THE DRUCE PERJURY CASE. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

THE DRUCE PERJURY CASE. LONDON. Saturday. The hearing of tho charge of j>er jury preferred by George Hollam l>y Di'uce, thc Melbourne claimant to the title and estates ot' the Dulce of Portland, against his uncle, Herbert Dnice, was resumed yesterday before Mr. Plowden, metropolitan police k magistrate at the Cler kcmrcll Court. The defendant is ' charged with having falsely sworn that he saw thc dead body of his father, Thomas Charles Druce (alleged to be identical wUh the fith Duke o,f Portland) lying in his collin in 1801. Henry Marks gave evidence that, he saw Henry Yasser, a carpenter, milking, a collin in 18CÍ41, which had four rolls of lead beside it. The coffin was taken to the Ban- nar in Baker Street. Charles Batt identified a coat pro- duced by George Hollamby Druco a* one made by witness' father for the 5th Duke of Porilaadj

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SPORTING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

SPORTING FIXTURES. I Doc. 9 : O.K. Jockey fjíub. I December 13.-Fossilbrook Jockey Club. , ? December 23.-Stannary -Hills J.C. Dec: 20-Irvinebank J.e. December 20.-Georgetown J.C. December 26.-Cairns Mulgrave J.C Entries, December 2; weights, Decem- ber 13; Acceptances, Dec. 20.

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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

THE TURF Thc three' placed horses . in tho Queensland Derby on Saturday occu- pied thc samó plncos in tho Guineas at thc Q.T.C. meeting last month. At; a meeting of the' committee ot the Irvinebank J.C. on Wedncsdny Inst there - were present 3Ir. R. E. Moss (President) in the'.;chair, Messrs i\ Robinson, H. Lambert, W. . Lar- kin, A. Hartley, G. Best, S. L. Ram- age, T. Dumphy, F. Murphy, G. Gray, ,J¿McAllister. and \V. H. Trem bath. After' formal,, business had. l:ocn disposed of, the following office, bearers . foti the i forlhcoiñing: race mooting; were appointed : Judge, Mr. ?Ni^jBarnet« . , ste wards ..*..% ^McaïirsJXk^C^ Murphy^' ter, ¡Mr. T. Dumphy; total isa tor Clerks, Messrs F. Robinson, and G. Best; Clerk of v Scales, Mr. C. Speer;, totalisa tor stewards, (Messrs W. H. Trembath and W. Larbin; timekeeper. Mr. H. Lambert; clerk of course. Mr. A. Hartley.

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CRICKET. INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. N.S. WALES V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

CRICKET. INTERCOLONIAL MATCH. WALES V. SOUTH AUSTRA- LIA. SYDNEY, Saturday. Tho match was resumed to-day. tho weather being fine and the atten- dance good. The South Australians having mado 349 in their first at- tempt, the home team commenced their first innings and were all out for 27o. The visitors had one wicket down for 26 in their second in- nings when thc stumps were dyawn. Following arc the scores:« N.S. WALES, 1st Innings, Trumper, b Claxton ,. 44 Diamond,, b Wright ".,. 22 Blnxland, b. L. Hill . fi Keble, c Jonnings, b L. Hill . 93 Waddy, c L. Hill, h. O'Connor ... ,39 Hopkins, c Jennings, b L. Hill... 5 Carter, st. Jennings, b Wright ... ? 46 Killnwny, b L. Hill. 1 Duff, b L. Hill .7 Whiddon, t Wright .,v. \& Johnson, not out .1 Sundries .wn-.v.w. 2 'M<\\ \.;. 276 Dowling : O'Connor* 1 for 80; L. Hill, 5 for 82; .Wright, 3 for 54; maxland, 1 for Mi SOUTH AUSTRALIA, 2nd Innings. Mojnerb Whiddon J 17 Claxton, not out.7 Wright, not out.2 iTotoi.'l'wkt/for ...

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WRITING BY WIRE. ELECTRICAL MACHINE THAT SKETCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

SKETCHES. An electrical (instrument ' whicli makes it possible to write a message ¡which' Is reproduced simultaneously miles away in facsimile - writing, ? is 'already to bo seen at work in vari- ous Londoni (bflices. Although not generally known, ithqf "telewriter," ns this machine is called, has been brought to a state of simplicity and ïHsrfcction which will probably ensure its general usc In tho future ¡just ns the telephone is used now. ' Thc instrument is'worked on tho principle of varying resistances/ and, without being too technical, it may bc said tb ' embody:~thc idea bf the ammeter. ' This ordinary J standard instrument consists of - a sonder and receiver, with telephone attached, and it is connected to' tho ~<ordinnry. telephone line "without 'interfering ' in' any " way with :its service. -Thc sending pprtion of the telewriter is a: little table, with a roll of Jpaper, on' which the; message is . written with a pencil ; connected ¡to two arm-like leviers whic...

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ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

ARRIVALS. December 7, Wodonga, Captain Meaburn, from Cooktown. Passen- gers:-Mesdames Allom and 3 child- ren, Wykcsmith, Youngson, H. Oont, À. Bellt .Misses A. Gilmore. E. Smith, Edgar, J. McGuire, Messrs H. E. Fpord, Wykcsmith, J. Jones, A. Bell,' W. W. Knight,'Armstrong, H. Heron, A. R. Bennett, H. A. Els- worth, T. Scott, Bunting, Woodford. X. Tietin, W. Stevenson, and 27 in .thc steerage. Burns Philp Co. Ltd., Agents. December 6, Carroo, Captain Good- all, from . Geraldton. Adelaide Co Ltd., Agents. December S, Yongala, Captain Knight, from Sydney. Passengers: Mesdames Hamilton and 2 children, Danwoodic, MeLatchley, and 2 child- ren. Henderson, Morgan, Connolly and 3-children, Rogers, and Williams Misses Wall,. Collins, Parr, Truce. Henderson, Messrs H. Ruschin, R. A. Wojcford, M. Roonty, A. J. C. Cham' bers, R. Hamilton, Dunwoodie, Dob- bie, ? «Strattman, Mooney, O'Brien. Cannon,. A. H. Bolsón, Drew, Geo. Young, II. Henderson, H. .Murdock, ,. H. .\»ar»\,:o.~ Henderson;-: McKAcr...

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

M^'PHONIV L,4^yi*íoiST.|j LONDON Here is a Vast Difference In Goods at the Same Price ! Two pieces may look alike, and be lb fi samo price; yet one may bo worth more than the other. THE REPUTATION OF THE MAKER DECIDES THE DIFFERENCE Wc Buy only from the Best Makers. Men who have won a reputation by carefully watching every detail of manufacture and producing FABRICS WHICH GUARANTEE SATISFACTION TO THE WEARER. SPECIAL, VALUES IN O LR MANTLE SECTION. flo Rrl I LADIES' CAMBRIC COSTUMES, Good Designs ; Kimona Oo UUl Blouse> Smartly Cut Shaped Skirt, well finished, equal to I bespoke garments. SLAYERS LTD. PRICE-8/6. ' T OJ f LADIES" WHITE LMVN .COSTUMES, correct designs ; wall I + : k\A( SPECIAL1 VALUE'S IN JAPANESE SILKS.-57 Pieces' extra IS T9ul nmlity. Japanese Silks, 2;i indies wide; any shade you like ^ I beatitiXul nennanent dye, easily worth 1/1Í. T MAYERS LTD. PRICE, 1/4J yd. 1n fifi f20 picC('s Superior Quality Jap Silks in leading sliadcs; 27in. IS UUl wide» beautiful textu...

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Cook District Mining (From the "Independent.") [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

Cook District Mining T, (From the "Independent.'') Starcke United: The meeting o thc shareholders of the Starck« United Gold Mines Co., in Brisbane fixed for 28th ult., lapsed for lad of a quorum. Another meeting ii appointed for to-day. Thc adjourn- ment of business will enable local shareholders to be "represented ty capable proxies. Oro to thc amount of 25 tons, a trial crushing, is now raised and awaits shipment to i Charters .Towers^ . Latest .reports íatS^^nm^mtBmi, statu .tho pro management must be economical am practical. . Phoenician: At the adjóúrnci meeting at Brisbane on 27th ult. the shareholders of this minc in strutted thc shareholders to call t special meeting to alter contributors liability from £1 per share to 7/6 |lt is generally believed the mint will be in full swing shortly. Th( trial crashing proves the mino ha! every prospect - of being a payabb tin lode propcrey. ; . " ? - Maytown Properties*: We lean on reliable authority that our mem- ber, Mr. Douglas, spe...

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SHOPPER'S HEADACHE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

SHOPPER'S HEADACHE. With most women a day's shopping means a splitting headache in the evening..... Others, curiously enough, shop for-hours at a time, yet they rarely get n headache from it. iiothvthese varieties of shoppers ar j in the^samc hot and stuiTy atmos- phere comctimes found in the grea .storcsl' ;-Thcy walk the same number ,of «niles and meet the same glnr-: from the artificial lights. Yet one is n wreck nt the end of a long day at tho stores, and thc other is compara- tively fresh. Thc remembering or ^forgetting to take thc usual amount of food at thc usual time is what makes thc differ- ence. .Many women look, on eating as ia rather disagreeable habit, and arc apt to [cut down the time, that should .be devoted to meals. Jf left alone for .a meal, a cup of tea and something soft and easy to cat is frequently all they will trou- ble themselves with. This v.-Jinan naturally when abe gocfi RhopinnR KCtH interested in'hcr ïmrclmMO». Nforfçutti lundi.*'-i-orÍÍVITOI":. "vnro^...

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

PERFECT FEATURES nre spoiled by imperfect sú-etli The prettiest mouth loses its charo i! some teeth are missing and other: aro-discolored or decayed. ? - It is possible to have PERFECT TEETH . They, are daily mada so at oui SURGERY. '-'OUR SYSTEM OF DENTISTRY is tb^jnost. successful and satisfac - tory. A*& patients are highly picas« with the quality of our' work. . » A. W. McMANIS, (I-ate of Sydney), ABBOTT STREET CAIRNS. \. . -. DRESSMAKING MRS. E. C. HACK (late of Towna ville) begs to advise the Genera Public that she has started busibes , as Dressmaker and guarantees ever. satisfaction. For full particulars apply to Mrs Hack, Sachs-street, Cairns. Queensland Boarding UOQEI and Restaurant. SPENCE STREET, CAIRNS, Opposite J. Ii. Rheuben's. LIZZIE MCINERNEY, proprietress. Erary Comfort and CooTenienc«. > THOMAS GRIFFITHS TIMBER MERCHANT, has also in stock handles for all purposes, in- cluding miners and navvies' axe, adze, and broom, now made -on the premises, and which ...

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

Coolgarra Athletic Club Sports to be held at Coolgarra MONDAY, DECEMBER 23rd, 1907. j £50 PROGRAMME £50 OPEN HANDICAP, of £13. First :*. £10 ; second £2 ; third £1. Dis- tance 100 yards. Norn. 6/-, ac- ceptance 3/-. . SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, of £25. First £20 .; second £3 i third £2. Distance 130 yards. Norn. 10/-, accep. 5/-.. - CONDITIONS. ; Nominations for Opon1 IUMI' Sneffléld -Handicaps ."to^be" irr the"hands'"oI ' the Secretary on Monday, December 9th, together with last two years' per- formances, if none the last six starts. ! Runners can -nominate and accept for Open and Sheffield Handicaps for . £1. Acceptances close SATURDAY, 1 December 21st, 1907. I ROBT. ANDERSON, ' Hon. Sec. Norwich & London Acci- dent Insurance Association MR. . J. GRANT PATTISON, ol Lake Street, has been appointed Lo- cal Agent for Cairns, for the Nor- wich & London . Accident Insurance Association and is now prepared to, recéis proposals for all. classes of Accident ' Business including W...

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BATHING A. BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

'BATHING A. BABY. .(By Tom .Mason). . Many fathers stand "aloof'from the commun üome&tic duiigjä,-, not because they are so busy or because they are »ot willing, but because ofrigaorancq. How many inen are ijLhere whö would not gladly drop their business at any tim« and stay homo and give the baby his baili of they'only-,knew how! ~" ... Yet in reality it is much simpler than it seems, ¿"ill the bath-tub full of any good water,? ûrst-icàrefully re- moving all germs. Put your elbow io ocrasionaUy, to see if it is tho rfght temperature]. If ice foras on four elbow you may know the water, ^ too cold.. l| .there aro blisters then 9 is too wai'ju. Bc moderate in all #iugs. Take the baby firmly by both íoét, and shake him loose from his flannel moorings putil you begin to see sa- fety-pins with gas nippers, and un- roll until the -baby looms into sight. Now, having put on your rubber coat, put one hand firmly under the baby's chest and the other on his back, and launch him on the ...

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

CURES 'MEN & WOMEN BIG G is a non-poisonous (/remedy for any unnatural rdlscbnrgffand Inflammation. Irritation or ulceration of. mucous membranes. Painless Guaranteed not to stricture. Prevents contagion. SOLD BY CHEMISTS. ^Cl.eular mailed on requ<!st^ MANUFACTURED DT ^Tbe Evans Chemical Gd,' CINCIMfe' i.o. .A u.c. SPRING. The Spring months bring joy so far as climate ¡6 concerned: but the change affects mankind. CORRECTION.-Dr. Rumsey's Com- pound Sarsaparilla. ' SUMMER . Aggravates the condition, and if you have not been wise in treating yourself in Spring,- Pimples, Boils, and Blood Disorders appear, and it will take two bottles to do what one bottle will do in Spring. . ÄÜTMMNVo-..;. If the conditions of Spring and Summer have not been met-your case neglected-it will fare badly with you when you reach WINTER <yhen your blood will be poor, leaving fou open to attacks of Pneumonia ind other Pulmonary Troubles IT IS WISE To take a few doses of RUMSEY'S...

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Aboriginal Outlaws. Good Police Work. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

Aboriginal Outlaws. Good Police, Work. On November Í9th lust1 Toby;'.the. aboriginal, (one of .those' charged with the wilful murder of "Jacsy Roberts in January last) .was secured ;>y Acting-Sergeant . libelan, Con- stable Crcedy, and thc party of trac Kurs, says the .'Wild Hiver Times." l'ho same party .taft Herberton again ou the 21st November to pickup, the HUCKS of thc other wanted aborigin- al, Charlie (or Chili) who hud taw;h to the dense scrub, in ' company with u party of scini-savagc natives of the Tully River country. Camp was lixuü oh the edge ot the big scrub ixjlt, Distant - áuout 50 miles frémi Herberton and on thc headwaters of the Tully River near the lvcrrima runfre. '¿'he horses and baeeace were loft in charge of a couple oí troopers und after provisioning .themselves for ii niue days, journey, the two- con- stables and two ..trackers (Alurt. and J immy) entered the scrub tully, "deter- mined ut ali huzarus W'sécúiii 'ittie hiding ..? aboriginal^ *i) Wo would. ...

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MESSAGE TO THE GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

MESSAGE TO THE GIRLS. A bottlö containing., a message from the sea was picked Tip on tho reach near Cape Cleveland a "?lbw dnys agol (states . the Townsville "Star") by a party of Townsville youths.who have a week-end camp i "Crow's Nest" in the -vicinity. . lt rims as follows :-"23/11/07, 6 pm. s.s.- Hornby Grange, . at anchor five miles off Towrisv lie. To the Towns- ville girls,-Waiting fo the* drunks (IMack Watch) to be sent on board. All on board well. .' Weather warm." Most. of tho Australian ' beer- come out to-day in %weat. Love to any- one who finds this." The unoccu- pied portions jof a.. sheet of note- paper on which thc message is writ? ten is adorned with ¿pictorial reprb-. sentations ? bf "kisses': while , on the backt is tho enthusiastic inscription :? "P.S.-Love to All the barmaids." Though tho|'bottle may bave no pas (ticular-value:as indicating tho set of the, currents, , its contents still may jhave a certain value, for some of our fair readers.

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

, Bennetts' Dental Parlours For Painless Dentistry. AVhy liave your teeth hacked and smashed about by unskillful workmen when we can'extract or fill your aching tooth scientifically, without the slightest pain or after effects. We can also round out your cheeks and make you look beautiful with our first prize gold medal artificial teeth. Gold fillings, Crowns arid Pivots a speciality. BENNETT & BENNETTS' R.B.S. (Late Queen St., Brisbane). DENTAL SURGEONS, Spence St., Cairns. Telephone 76. Try Us for Furniture. ll We are the Right House. FOR UP-TO-DATE LINES OF FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD RE . QUISITES. , Our bhow Rooms contain the best selection in tho Trade, and our prices are the lowest. Direct Importers of English, American, Austrian and Oriental Furni- ture, Bamboo and Rattan Ware. v SECOND-HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT IN LARGE OR SMALL î QUANTITIES. _ _ 4 A Special Sale of 100 Packages Japanese Goods . ,£d9)>*lU»4kelected by-our1 XT'. Sturt during his recent "visit"-to* Japan, ...

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BEST DAIRY BULL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

BEST DAIRY Bûïîl|J At. present there is on jview in Mackay and Co.'s window thc fine 15 carat gold mcdat presented j by tho firm for the champion bull afc the re- cent Show of the Cairns A.p. and M. Association. This as already sta- ted was won by Mr. M. B. Coch i-nne, with his fine animal that was the subject of so much admiration at tho exhibition last September. The medal, which is suitably inscrib- ed and also bears tho figure of a dairy ¡bull on the reverse side, is quite a triumph of the jewelle's art.

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"NOT UNDERSTOOD!" [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907

"NOT UNDERSTOOD:''-' That pathetic little poem of T. H. Urackers we all know well, anil our' life's experience testifies to ¡rthe truth of every word. There is anoth- er! poem "not understood" and that is the "Great .Yoghee Nitibur"-a poem of comfort and relief. This is unknown to "many poor sufferers and not understood by those,f,who don't suffer'any more than is the discov- erer. But they had better take time by the forelock, and understand that it is thc name of the Crowning Point in Liniments, rarely failing to give ease even where it does not effect a perfect cure^ If it does not, nothing will. . So, when you get Rheumat- ism, Sprains, Stiff Joints, or any sort of pain try Great Yoghee Niti- bur Liniment, and you will under- stand its value. It is only 2/6, but is worth it« weight in silver. The .Great ^ Yoghoo Ointment.?- too. must, foe understood te toe tba best yet pre- pared, and only 1/6; and tho Great I Yoghee Cachets aro tim best thing for bronchial troubles-price, 1/6 p...

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