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MINING Cairns Stock Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
; MINING Cairns Stock Exchange. Chillagoe, b 4/4, s 4/8,; paid b 5/4 s 5/3 Mungana Co., b 7/5, s 7/7 . O.K., b 5/1, s 5/4 Mount Molloy, t .9/10, s 10/3 Chil. Ruddygore, b £6/10, s £7/10 Endeavor Leslie, b 15/-, s 80/ Vulcon, b 6/1, s 6/6 . Stannary Hills, b 2/3, s 2/6 Smith's Creek- b 4/5, s 4/8 . Dalziell's, b 2/-, s 2/3 ' Gilmore's, b 6/8, s 0/10 Mitchciriliver, b 3/-, s 3/3 Bonnie Bundee, s Gd Brilliant Central, b 4/ Bril. Extendctl, b 4/10, s 5/2 Carrington United, b 3/-, s 3/6 Carrington 1 &lt;fc' 2 East, b 1/7, s 1/10 Durham Consols, b 2/9, s 3/1 Golden Alexandra, b 2/ Grant 'and Sunset, b 1/3 Kelly's Queen Block, b 1/2, s 1/4 Kulamadau, L' 10d, s 1/1; paid b 1/8 Mills' United, b 16/-, s 16/10 New Bril. Freeholds, b 3/1, s 8/5 Phoebo",'s.'6d- j ;' -*.-""",. Pfeiuer's, b 3/-"s 5/drV&lt;- -?:'s".¡' Queen Cross Beef" b 1/8, s 1 Al . Queen Central, paid ;b 1/2, s 1/5 ; Ruby, b 1/2 - Wallis' Day Dawn, b 5id, s 6d; paid b 1/1, s 1/3 Wcinert's Silver Lead, .b 7/6," s ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
Can You Spare a Penny? Then send us a Post Card asking, for our CATALOGUE, a .completo Guide to ECONOMICAL FURNISH! KO. . Our large connection enables us to offer, you '.* THE THINGS YÖUi'VE BEEN WANTING,'' at Prices which aro not. obstado to your securing them. - ' . . ' -j , When you've got them, you've got the BEST. You can purchase as easily from us as you can from the -5torekeeper..in .your,:,.pwn. town-but.. you'll got tho benefit of a larger and more- varied stock,- which' country Houses cannot possibly olTcr. ' ? . *' * DUCHESS CHESTS-25/-. 3?/, 10/;- and upwards. DOUBLE BEDSTEADS-35/-, 40/-, 45/-, 50/-, 60/-, 80/-, and upwards. , - CHAIRS-4/-, 6, 5/6, 6/-. 7/6. 1 ' - : TRITTON'S, .. Brisbane GEORGE STREET COMP JQETJE - ^UKIsrZSELEK GEO. WILCOX & CO., Townsville Cash Buyers Marsupial Skim, Hides, Sheepski ns. Tallow, Wool, ' Hair, Horns, Bones, and aU Meatworks and St at ion ? Produce. COUNTRY BOTCHERS consigning t0 our Agent, Cairns. Will receive cheque by return ma...
THE EDITOR'S SCRAP BOOK. Interesting Gleanings from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
. THE EDITOR'S SCRAP BOOK. .Interesting Gleanings from Various , .A Sources. When the Y.M.C.A. was started on Jone 6th, 1844, it had twelve members, and its weekly expenditure amounted to hali-a crown. Now it owns buildings valued' at; over six millions sterling, and has a "member- ship well over 500,000 . , . . Coal that is kept in a dry and airy, place wilh burn much longer than that which is kept in a close cellar with no ventilation. When coal is kept in an airless place, it gets' rid of its gas, and the absence ot this ren- ders it less powerful and more wasteful when barned. . ." ? -.> There will be no more stupid people in the world in future, so declares an Ameri- can scientist. He has invented a mysteri I ons machine, called the electrostat, which directs a stream of electricity upon the brain i with such nn effect that the veriest dance I becomes quick-witted and intelligent. . . . I In times of pence Korea must be a real haven of rest for sufferers from nervous prostra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
Professional 4 Business Cards. MacDonnell, Henchman 4 Hannam, Townsville, Cairns, "and Herberton, SOLICITOUS AND NOTARIES PDBLIO. Commissioners for Affidavits, for tho High Court of Australia and for the Supreme Court of tho wholo of the Commonwealth, and -New Zea- land. '\ A. J. P. MacDonnell, H J. H. Henchman, H. V. Hannam, E. I. Havard, H. K. N. MacDonnell. Mr. Lr W. Marslànd, The founder bf the firn of Marsland & Marsland, Charters Towers, Begs to announce that ho has re- sumed the practice of his profes- sion, and has opened offices at IMPERIAL BUILDINGS, Abbott and Shields Streets^ Cairns.: \ Ede & Cogdon, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTS. Permanent address : . . ~ Near Church of England, ABBOTT-ST. , CAIRNS. Tunbridge, Tunbridge & Lynch ARCHITECTS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS, Townsville, Melbourne, and Spence - Street, Cairns. . Arthur B. Polin, ARCHITECT. (Eaton, Bates and Polin) Architects, . Municipal Buildings, Flinders Street, Townsville, Cairns and...
Howard Smith Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
Howard Smith;Co., Ltd. Peregrine (.leaves Townsville lor Southern ports io-day. Lass o' Gowrie, from Townsville fo Port Douglas .via ports, arrivied here yesterday, anti ' continujed - heräourney this morning. She is^ duo /rack to- night, and leaves later on 'for Towns- ? Tilla:. - ^ " "?? :-v '-?T::' .- Street music has been prohibited in Leipzig by an order of the munici- pality. This order applies "net alone to barrel organs and street musicians in general, but to gramophones, pi- anos, and other instruments played indoors with open windows. The "Tageblatt" remarks that by tho en- forcement of th s mensura 'the auth- orities hope to lessen thc number of suicides and murders which occur I 'Ml- ; - i'Lli^ii!)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
"Morning Post" DIRECTORY. Business, Trade, Professional. Index to Advertisers. ARCHITECTS. Tunbridge, Tunbridge & Lynch, Spence Street. A. B. Polin, Lake Street. AUCTIONEERS. A. J. Draper, Abbott Street. .Robert Sturt & Co., Spence Street. Ii. T. McManus, Abbott Street. - J. G. Hoare, Lake Strïet.. Hollway; J.i M. Herberton. : BLACKSMITHS. & WHEEL . WRIGHTS. Iw. E. Gregory, Spence'Street, j Gelling Bros,, Sachs Street. BANKERS. Thc Queensland1 National Bank, Ltd., J. Alison, manager. .? ... BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS. E. .Hooper, Spence Street. BUTCHERS. The Cairns Butchering Co., Spenco Street." ilunro & Co., Lake Street. .. Jalland Bros., Kuranda. ; BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS, Bulcock Bros., Spence Street. Hanson & Sons, Lake Street. ' BREWERS. ' . ' r.~ . McCracken's, Wright Heaton & Co., Ltd., agents. BOARDING HOUSE KEEPERS. L. Mcinerney, -"Queensland," Spence Street. . . Mrs. Facey, "Princo of Wales,". Lake Street. BOOT IM...
NAVAL TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
NAVAL TRAINING. As ti result bf thc v sit of Captain Richardson, the Naval Commandant to Cairns, about half-a-dozen cadets will leave bv'the Yongala on Wearies day for Brisbane,- for the purpose of undergoing a course of Naval train- ing. The boys . will graduate accord- ing to their ability and attention to drill, and -when vacancies :occur in the Naval Militia an opportunity will be thus .afforded thc cadets to fill thc positions. The Commandant is also visiting .Townsville and other Northern centres to select a like Jium ber of youths .for training in Bris- bane. .
CAIRNS RIFLE RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
CAIRNS RIFLE BANGE. That the present rifle range on the other side of, the inlet is , totally un- suited for its "purpose owing to the 'difficulty of;? approach and unpleasant condition) in the wet season is ackjiow lodged-unanimously by Cairns rifie men..;'Tt.wili-be remembered that the Cairas .Shire Council at a Crecent meeting; were, unanimous in their ap. proval oí' '? granting a ^portion of their territory to bc devoted to thc purpose of a rifle range and it only remains - for the military authori: ties-to'close down the old site an.i open Up . ohe on an area ; that will pToke suitable to riflemen in every .woy.'On Saturday afternoon thc Xa val. Commandant Captain Richnrd sont visited the range across the inlet and although it does not come with- in his jurisdiction to condemn thc fclnce, a ? word 'from the commandant should have considerable weight in whatever., decision is arrived at by the military authorities. .
Told By Telegraph. State Elections. COMING CANDIDATES. BRISBANE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
Told By Telegraph. State Elections. COMING CANDIDATES. BRISBANE, Sunday. ? Symtho hns been endorsed by the | Premier to contest the Kennedy seat against' Mr. G. Jackson arid Mr. Ster- ling has been endorsed for Camboyn. A telegram, has been received'.from Charleville to the effect that'at a meeting of the A.W.U. on Saturday night, two nominations-; .were sub- mitted to contest the Warrego seat in tho Labor interest, W. Breen-(.Sec- retary, of tile local , branch of thc A. W. U.) and J. Greddery '' an engine driver. Tiie lntter was selected by a majority of one vote.
English Team Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
English Team Fixtures. I Thc following is a complete list ol I the fixtures in which, thc English team willi take part : December G, 7 and 9.-Eleven of Australia, at Brisbane. December ll, 16, 17 and 18. AUSTRALIA (FIRST TEST), at Sydney. December 20, 21, 23, and 24. Victorian Team, at South Melbourne. December 20, 27 and-28.-Eighteen .of Bendigo, at Bendigo. January 1, 2, 3, and 4.-AUSTRA- LIA (SECOND TEST)., «nfc .Mol AUSTRALIA (THIRD TEST) a Adelaide. January 18, 20, and 21.-Tasmania at Launceston. January 24, 25 and 27.-Tasmania nt Hobart. January 31, February 1, 8, anil 4.-Victoria, at Melbourne. February 7. 8, 10, and ll.-AUS- TRALIA (FOURTH TEST), at Mel- bourne. February l-l, 15, 17, and 18.-Kew 'South Wales, at Sydney. February 21, 22, 24, and 25. AU SIR ALIA (FIFTH TEST), at Sydney. February 29, March 2, 3, and 4. South Australia, at Adelaide. March 12, 13, 14, and 16.-Western Australia, at Perth. March 16.-Leave Freemantle foi England.
CRICKETERS ENTERTAINED. BRISBANw, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
CRT CKETER S ENTERTAINED. KRTSBANw, Sunday. Tho English and Australian eric- 1 toting teams now visiting Brisbane .and thc Executive ot the Queensland Association were entertained at din- ner nt Rose's Cafe on Saturday evening by Mr. Vt. II. Slade, thc well known ' pastoralist of Glongallen sta- tion, in the Warwick district. Among those present -were Messrs lt. jPliilp.t Premier, and ' Thompson, May ¡or of Brisbane. Mr. Jones, thc Eng- lish captain; .was absent through ill- ness. ; I. The toasts of the King, tho Govci 'por, and the English cricketers were honored. Tho latter toast was pro- posed by Mr. Phil]), and Major Tro yor responded for the Englishmen. Alderman Thompson presented Mr. K. L. Hutchings with a silver-moun- ted walking-sticki, in honor of bis birthday.
Southern Racing. QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB SUMMER MEETING. BRISBANE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
Southern Racing. QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB SUMMER MEETING. ' BRISBANE, Saturday. ? The-summer, meeting of the Q.T.C. commenced at Ascot this .> (afternoon. The weather was fine and (hot, hut tho attendance was good. Following are the results .3 TRTAL HANDICAP. Of 100 Sovs, G furlongs. C. A. Welsby's ch.h. by Moslem Mussulman-Claro, 9st 91b, ... 1 Satisfuir, Sst. Slbs. . 2 Clarence,' Sst Tibs.i............ '8 Nineteen others started. Won by half a length. Time 1.16. Dividends £1/16 and 9/- - SPRING STAKES. Of 150 sovs, w.f.a., 1| mile. J. Taylor's blk. c. Togo, by An tares-Phyllis ..,. 1 H. Christian's b.g. Nyphunia. 2 W. J. Tucker's br.h. St.. Quentin... 3 Royal Blue was tho only; ; i, other starter. Won by. a length. Time 2.9J. ¡Dividend £1/10 BRISBANE HANDICAP. . . . ? Of 200 sovs; 1 mile. J. Cross's b.nu Thalia, by S' B'aizc-Thelma, 6at 131b. 1 ¡W. J. Tuckers blk. h., Tetupha, 7st. 121bs. 2 J. Stone's b.m. Dixie, 9st 4tbs... 3 Sewn others sturtcd. Won by three lengths. Time 1.41. D...
MOOREFIELD RACES. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
MOOREFIELD RACES* SYDNEY, Saturday, At thc Moorefield Race« to-day thç weather'was fine and the attendance good, "' Following are the results :- ? Kogarah ? Stakest Outbreak 1 ;. Kompscy 2; Flowine 3, Won by a head. Time, 1,45, ' ' Flying; Handicap: High Lady li Smirt 2 ; Far North 3. Won by a length; Time, 1.17}« Steward's Mile : Mary Fir, Mus quet) 2 ;Fharos ii. Won by a length and a half, Time, 1,44}. Two-Year-Old Handicap : Match- maker 1, Flavour 2, Trenchmoro 3. Won by half a length.. Time, 1,6. Moorefield Handicap.-True Light 1 Bolfry 2, Lady Wilde 3. Won in a canter. Time 2.1. Shcrts Handicap : Mountain Daisy and Nowra (head heat) 1, Bride's Veil 3. Time 1.17Í. Thc run olT was won by Mountain Daisy by a head. Time, 1.20t
THE ENGLISH CRICffiETERS. MATCH V. ELEVEN OF AUSTRALIA. BRISBANE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
IHK ENGLISH CRICfflETERS, MATCH V." ELEVEN OF ATJSTRA .'? ?'? ; ? ."LIA. , BRISBANE, Saturday. The match between England and an I eleven of Australia was resumed to- day.: The weather at the opening of play was fine but very hot. There.was I a largo attendance. Thc wicket was in good order. With one wicket down for.'Cl runs, the Englishmen continued their first innings and at the luncheon ad- journment had lost 5 wickets for 160 runs. On resuming runs came slowly and when three more wickets had fal- len and the score stood at 193, rain began to fall heavily and play was : stopped. After, an hour's delay play was rc iuTi(Kl,.tho attendance having now increased to 11,000. Thc score was taken to 232 , when the last wicket feM. WiOTCrrto . thor good ~on " tho! first ?Tnfeirrsc?0«jd-lnnlngs: Gregory s wic- ket went för(-a!''('duclt,"..-- and -.Tarrant soon succuml)cd for 3. Then Hartigan and -McAlister got together and each passed- the hali century amidst cheers. When thc "stumps were dr...
A NAVAL FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 9 December 1907
A NAVAL FUNERAL, Tho impressive spectacle of a naval funeral was witnessed in Cairns yes- terday. A young petty officer named John Trebilcock, who had been ailing for some time, died and the officers and men of H.M.S. Fantome followed his remains to their last resting place in the Cairns cemetery. The coffin, covered with the British en- sign, was conveyed on an Improvised gun carriage, preceded by a firing party, and was followed by tho offi- cers, wearing crape on their arms, and men of the Fantome. At the graveside the beautiful Anglican ser vice for the dead was read by the &nbsp; Ven. Archdeacon Campbell and the &nbsp; firing party fired three volleys over &nbsp; the grave of their deceased shipmate. &nbsp;
COPPER CONVERTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907
, COPPER; CONVERTER. Thc converter equipment installed at the Mammoth Copper . Co., Kennet, California, consists - of two hydrauli- cally operated ? stands, and eight shells, 06in. in diameter, and loOin; long. Each stand is provided with a pressure cylinder 18in. in diameter, (having a stroke of seven feet, suffi- cient to rotate the shell through 180 deg. The piston is fitted with four metallic packing rings. Thc upper iend_ of the cylinder is secured; to a flange at the bottom of an A frame, and at each end are bolted independ ent_heads.... The upper head is fitted with a brass neck brushing and a stuffing box. With this arrangement :it. is possible to take the piston and rod Tout through the top. ' The driv- ing stand is a cast-iron box-section. A frame with bearing surface. at base jarronged for securing to foundation with four, 1.J inch bolts. . The upper portion of the driving frame -ll de- signed to receive the turning mecha-" nism, which consists of a cast-steel rack and sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907
- CUSTOMS, . ? r FORWARDING.' SHIPPING. INSURANCE. Work of all kinds. Agents for OCEAN Passenger and Freight Steamship lines to and from Europe, America, and the East. Shippers of ores, matte, metals, timber, or other products for State. Interstate, English, or other ports " will find it to their advantage to communicate with us. FEARNLEY &. CO., LTD., J. G. FEARNLEY Telephone No. 59. Telegrams.-Fearnley, Cairns. BURNS PHILP & CO. LTD. ISLAND LINE OF STEAMERS. To New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Sydney and -vice versa, - Moresby, Captain F. J. Bayldon, from Cooktown, December 7th. Mokambo, Captain H. Weatberalt, . from Cooktown, January 11th. Round tripa can be made, return- ing coastwise by the steamers of the 1A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd. . For particulars as to fares apply " BURNS PHILP Jb CO LTD. Cairns. 1
PIRACY ON THE KILLBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907
PIRACY OX THE KILLBURNi ' A somewhat startling tale of tho sea was given by-the captain of the British steamer Killoura, which arri- ved at Yokohama; à short whihiagOK lt appears that the ship, laden with coal, was passing, down .tho Bod Sea,: and . went ashore on -tho Arabian coast, whero.sho was ransacked: by about 300 Arabian pirates. ; Thej&lt; made away with; personal belongings of *,the ? crew; > .the ship's furniture, even- some of the port holes, riggings tackles etc., in fact everything that was moveable, after which they took the crow captive, except the captain, of whom they demanded. :, a heavy ransom. ^ Tho captain, to save his head, parted, with; about. £100 sterlr ing. !, Later;a few of, -the British sailors escaped from tho pirates, and applied for protection to the Turkish' Government; who eventually conduct-: ed them to a place of safety..^.Sub- sequently the Turkish Government despatched a warship to the wfbek, but thc pirates had long sinco deser- ted ...
C[?]lgarra Festivities. (From a Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907
CY jlgarra Festivities. I',- 'i (From a Correspondent). On the night of Nov. 30 the mat- rons and spinsters of Coolgarra gave a return ball to thc bachelors, and the reunion was a brilliant success. The Ijflll was beautifully decorated by Mrs. J. Ci'ook, assisted by Miss A. McAuley, Hrs. /Jreedy, and Miss Rob- erts. The floor was jn excellent ord- er, and the same renjurk applies to the music which was provided; by Miss Madden. Tim supper was all' ."that could te desired. Following are somo of tho. dresses worn:-Mrs. R. Andereon, palo bluo with black streamers; Mrs. Bowe, :ream and'pink flowered muslin; Mrs. J. Crook, lovely white silk evening dress; Mrs. Creedy, handsome butter-. ; Mrs. Callagh wñ; Mrs. Drys- dale, pretty muslin frock; Mrs." R. I Fraser, wÄftc silk blouse, black skirt; Mrs. Lynagh, white silk "blouse and | black skirt; Mrs. Roberts, black silki; Mrs. Reynolds, pretty floral evjening . blouse and black skirt; Mrs. Robins, lowly white silk; Mrs. Savory, very pretty w...