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A Narrow Escape. H.M.S. "HAWK" IN PERIL. A BRAVE COMMANDER. NEARLY LOST AT FITZROY ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

A Narrow Escape. H.M.S. "HAWK"IN PERIL. A BRAVE COMMANDER. NEARLY LOST AT FITZROY ISLAND. Th* new cnitaeT. H.M.S. Hawk, Captain ' '«a Vittaatt Etoyalrr, wnlcfc wa»proc*«Iiag; tm' her way to New Guinea, from Sydney last week, had a narrow escape while off Cairns. It appears that Captain Poynter, although badly in need of fresh provisions would not call in at this port owing to rumors which had reached him by means of other of H.M.S. vessels in Sydney which had experience of the place. On Friday night thc vessel was an- chored near Fitzroy Island and Captain Poyn- ter with First lieutenant Buff was pacing the quarter-deck when he noticed something within a few fathoms of the vessel which made him grow pale to the lips. ' His gaze was con- centred upon a slowly advancing object which he could clearly distinguish in the moonlight, and his face grew suddenly bloodless while he simply shook with terror. Controlling him- self with a mighty effort he turned to his exe- cutive officer with "...

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"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Morning, Sept. 23, 1897. THE SITUATION AT THE HODGKINSON GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

" MORNING POST." "Neither hy fear uer ky faur, tut fy Tntk edtner «tania?Ibaiat, Hit-«. 1N7 THE: < SITUATION \ AT- THE " HODiGKIN803u^GOLDFIE:LD. , It has been a recognised feet for some years past : that outside capital could never be introduced to develop the Hodgkinson or any other ot the semi-abandooed goldfields of North Qneensland until inch time as the Mining Regulations were made : as liberal in the nutter of leann awl labor conditions as thone of the other colonies and of Kew Zealand. It lus taken some years to convince the public that no money was procnneMe locally, orin the other cotoniet, for speculation in -goMieJds like the Hodgkinson, and that,the principal reason why the millioaa of English capital VCR diverted to other lent pranusing atmfcrons regiont , waatbe itiiiigency of the Qnrrtiilmd lambe Wptf coidSionÊg Trrff^nfiah fwitilist Üd moetr erai*atically fí dén't car^jjaaijgh atf^he got¿est stonsin a reef«orÍBfefs M» 50 or iW acre fectan¿alar bjbck SiTOn...

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

O. R. I.EWIS, WHOLESALE C*0 F F E E ME RC HAN T. GROWN AND MANUFACTURED BY D; R. LfcWIS, MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER¿ QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE ! TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS A8kí FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREEULLY MADE. 80LD IN Mb. TINS, ¡ind No 2 IN 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STORKKEEPERS. Residents of Cairns, Mareeba, Herbet toni Montalbion, California Creek, The Tate, and settlers generally should ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other. ? Try One Tin as an experiment. The grower and manufacturer pledces his word that there is no better matured or parer Coffee in the world than LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. THE .'. GRESHAM .: HOTEL ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. MRS. BYRNE, PropvietPMa. THE Gresham Hotel is situated in the centre of the main block in . Abbott Street, adjoining Messrs Burns, Philp & Co. s business premises. PRIVATE AIRY PARLORS. LARGE COMMERCIAL ROOM8. Finest Brands of Well-known Win...

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From Our Point of View. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

Prom Our Point of View.' L It is time that the Coa , CAIWTS OK f4 Ctitmt lUcuig MOLBBAVK., ^ab bqtH to! ^ àétive , ntanaarce tftaoyùitand to bxtt then next .jw««! uoeting on tho Caira* coota*. ' tt I M no nae woking nntil within a Mooth or two of moo day heft** inM»wen»*nt« aw ?tatted if they iarnodewoh imptovenrnnta »»Jota«tlieOa«M dab ahnt« mot* Oana, then by all nanto* lat aanaattang W «cn* wow, toawow that tna ooaajawttaw ara ia cannot over tho awttar. It vii aafcaWtwmww «BOand JMOto pa*th* ttaofc» lint Wain iwiwitv aaa pat wp a much-needed grand stand ania other bsftiingH reonamd on racecourses. If the people, of Owns are really in earneat'on th^ matter.?it' should not take very long t<vr»iw<ís^ requisito amount by tho issue <4%li»ispl'iii.-;lf they aro not iii,e*rne»t, itjifa tinnFthai some schemp was pro for tm merging of, the Cairns and Mulgrave Racing Clubs into one.- It te nu un» paying fut tho laihiniiy¿t-two Clubs whore.one will do. If th...

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

Mulgrave Joekey Club. Prioct of Wale* Birthday. ii897. Meeting. 1897. 9th November. PATRON-I. Lissner, Esq., M.L.A. UANDICAITKII-C!i-\liam Huyynrth, Esq. P II O fî II A M M E . To sturt at 11.30 a.m. 1HANDICAP BRUSH HURDLES Of 12 govs ; 2nd horse to receive 2 SOVH. from thu prize. Distance, lj miles, over six brush hurdles about oft. (iin. high. Post entry, 10¿. Tu start at 12.15 p.m. 2NELSON HANDICAP-Of 20sovs.; 3 govs, to second horse. Dis tanco milo*. For »ll horses. Nomination, 10a ; acceptanco,' 10a. To start nt 12.45 n.m. 3FARMERS RACE-Of fi govs. For hucks to be approved ' by tho Steward*, tho bona (ide property for six months prior to tho nico, of selectors in the Caima District. Distance, 1 mile. Post entry, Gs. LUNCH. 5 lo start at 2 p.m. MULGRAVE CUP-Of 30 sovs. ; 2nd horse 5 sovs. Distance, ll miles. Wiunor of Nelson Handi- cap to carry 101b. penalty. Nomi- nations, 15s; acceptance 15s. To start at 2.15 p.m. HANDICAP HACK RACE-Of 10 sovs. ; 2nd linrso 2 suva. Hacks to be...

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

M. BOLAND WHOLESALE & RETAIL ! Provision - Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS, I (Next door to A. Keeble&Co.) < MBOLAND buys his Goods for Spot Cash, in the Cheapest and . Best Markets of the World. He can, therefore, afford to sell at a fair Profit, Cheaper than any other House in,Cairns. .. WHAT IS M. BOUND'S STOCK ? 8 I 1 H" SST 1 Oe ^ M s mil »Tl» il?;I Goods Delivered promptly to all parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE. PRODUCE. PRODUCE, : Fresh Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twice.a week. , M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. ESTABLISBE» U JV I y £ R 8 A IMPORTER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION PRODFCE! PRODUCE! -AND Chmmpmt, OhmMptwt, Ghempmt, BEBT BEBT - BEBT Quality, Quality, Qaality, i FRESH V ( FRESH \ ( FRESH )? ( BOTTER i -( BUTTER i i BUTTER ! SB OTTO M P R ICES: Sole Agent in Queensland for ' KARA TEA." TM-THE CUP THAT CHEERS. »..-THE ONLY GENUINE TEA. TeMfc-A8K TOUR GROCER FOR IT. T«Mfc-THK BEST ...

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

A.U.S.N. CO., Ltd. ftÓYAL'. JIAIL ..COASTAL SERVICE N^HE Steamers of the nlioyc Company: are I v intended to sail as under : lownsvillc_^ . " -,---» Bowen . ,,. ? : . "_ Mackay _ t -if ;>'Rockhampton >VJU ,t " J j* 'Gladstone ? * j .Bundaberg.-<-^.-r-..-.-ir- . :. i .Maryborough . - . CINTRA'"» Bnsbanc . Sydney v . . ?> ( :.! . 25th Melbourne V». {Adelaiih JAlbanv {freemantle1 {Geraldton .. . .f i{Cossack;i-andi other?|Wcst t>* Australian ports , ' Geraldton \ Mourilyan. . - -- ? -. : -};?. Cardwell- ? ??. - \_ I'AI.MF.R, Dungeness I .Townsville'-? .? ? ? I . TO-DAY Port Douglas V ^'"! Cooktown s I ' CINTRA {Thursday Island- I {Normanton j TO-DAY {Burketown . ; 'Transhippingsn Keppel Bay. ? . {Transhipping at Cooktown. ~ ^TranshippingatMelbourne.t ir-.,.. . .. '.or further particulars apply to . . ;BURJÍS, PBIÍ J» SC CO., LIMITKI», "* *? ~~ Agents. S.S. "VICTORY," (90 Tons Reg.) . f£HlS Steamer > is now Employed ? for | Attendance on Oversea Steamers nt Fai...

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NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

NOTES AÄ NOTICES. Thai I^lice estimator were passed ia ,tl Moase, on the 14th hut. ~ i v" ' . 11 V Through the courtesy -of Sub-Inspectc Ferguson, we leam that AV. Watton, a véi oldiHerberton identity "was! found drowne ra tte Irvinebank dani yesterday morning. ??£ fe . ' '.' :>,;'.''/.. . v The, Mountaineer mine at Northcote has parcel of stone at grass which' it is intended t 'crush'within a week. The reef though larg jsn0t.very.nch.although.3ust .before .going t press we were .inform cd that news-had - bee received «fitbe¿stnlo>tziof a .new make « stone carrying good gold. Thc tmbutors of the Elsie Gold-Mia Goldsborough have about-50 - tons of stom from O'Leaw's shaft ready for thc mill. : Tbi looks for fully an os nee or over. : It is rumoured in town that-the Oncn Gold Mmes Ltd. at the Top Camp wil shortly recommence work ando that the ne« plan of operations will provide for the work ing of the Mowbray and Oneat reefs from thc surface. ,-. _ . ?-. - Messrs.Walsh and Co.'s...

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

i-.- Th« Curtía Oddfellow* played a cricket iaaääk wm MM «tarer O.O. <m the Recreation Reserve tm Sunday hat, when the Rovers boat their opponents by an innings and runs.- fellowing sre the ?cores : ROVERS-1st Innings. Barrett, bMcCncmbe . ( 14 > Anmnller, b McCoombe ... ... 7 Morns, b.Anderson. 5 Stevens, b McCoombe ... 5 Atkinson, c Kichsrda ... ... 7 W. Craig, b Anderson . 33 O>rs, b Andeison ... 0 . Blue, c Crouch, b McCoombe ... 1 ' Barr, c Cronch, b Chimes. 3 ?. Rhodes, b Anderson ? ? ... .-.. 0 Kogan, not out ,; /;...,.-. ... 2 Suadries... ... ... ... 7 Total ... - ... ... 84 ODCEILLOWS.-1st Ii nings. Anderson, c Cope, b Rhodes . 3 Crouch, b Aumuller... . 3 Chimes, b Aumuller ... ... 0 Mccoomb*; Ul. Anmnller, . :.. .3 Wilkinson, rm oat <\ < 1 V 0 _Sh»mbrook»cStevern, b Kbodea.... 0 . Richards, not out ... ... ... 4 : Wheeler, bAumuller ... . .. ... 1 ! Alleu, not out' > :U ... ... 0 Martin, b Rhoiles .. ... .. ' 2 ; Pesr«oa, c Rhodes,...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, September 21. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 23 September 1897

- OÜBBNSLAND J-"BRISBANE September 21. A deputation waited on ¡ the Minister for Works on Saturday morn; ing to make proposals in connection withrthe -estabibhroenr of r a : Central "Sugar Mill on , the'Johnstone River. Jlr A. S. Cowley introduced the depu- tation, which consisted of the Hon. W. G. G. Gray,... M.L.C. Méssrs Newell, M.L.A., Ryan, Smythe, and fames Fitzgerald, .of a the Johnstone River. The deputation said that they asked twelve'.months ago for; an ad- vance of ¿£3*0,000 from the Sugar Works Guarantee.^ .vote, and the Minister ..then \ told "them thats the money allotted ? by Parliament, £500,000 had been set; aside for various works, but'that* if any of these contingent proposals lapsed and there was) sufficient money in "a year from that date they could apply again. The deputation now.mentioned two cases where it was . supposed , that the vote had lapsed, and in' which extensions of time had- been granted. Mr Dalrymple said that in the two cases referred to he would...

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

Notice. The Queensland Woollen Co., Ltd., HEREBY NOTIFY that their only Authorised Representative for their Bespoke Tailoring in the Cairns Dis-   trict is MR. - J. - H. - VAN-COOTEN, Who visits periodically.   ADDRESS FOX'S IMPERIAL HOTEL, CAIRNS, AND WALTON'S FEDERAL HOTEL, MAREEBA. ÍAPLÍN, BROWN AND CO.¿ LTD., MERCHANTS AND AGENTS. TowNSVItLüV BRISBâHB,' BCRKEIOWK, THURSDAY ISLAHD, AKD POET DAKWIN, THE iibove Company's steamers leave Messrs Walsh and Co. V Wharf as jndrr -, _. _ F,pr Port Dunglas the s.?."", Adolaide .every Wednesday Morning, ?? : Johnstone River . -A ^ .* -. v v: 5 : ."Mourilyan Harbour J - * .:? m Chimp Point [ _S.S. ADELAIDE. . Càpilivi;ll,,".r. .,-I. - -^ KVKRY^ Dunsen«!.« _ j WEDNESDAY NIGHT Tt-W|lSVIllo~t' ''..> J ' - Ti's "."For ra>u¡»nf Friü^hfandPhs'ageMoney lippîy to : \\ ALSU A CO , Agents, Cairns H OWARQ-SMfTH tLiHE OF INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. WEEKLY PAKSENOBR A>I> CAKGO SKRVICE VROX C&IUKH wi - t , GERALDT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 September 1897

imCAS> 'ANDREW JACK'S Novel ** : Drayry Annooncement. : Mark well ttheMwajntoaa- . POA M AÏJba fairly gained in Cadi ky XiiW . Caah {tachasen at AKDMEW .¿ICX'S Lake Street. * .

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PICK-UP TRAINS. [To THE EDITOR "POST."] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 September 1897

"' PICK-UP TRAINS. [To THE EDITOR "POST."] Sir,-Thia being a new..country, sparsely populated, it ia quite natural that railway trains should not be mn at great speed as is done in thickly populated countries'. To make onr railways pay they should be ran . to - suit and anster most of the require- ments of our settlers and producers. 1 should think that a " pick-up "? train between Cairns and Mareeba, once a month on a fixed day of the week, would be of great convenience to sett- lers. Ttl is train should start early from Cairns, say at 7 a.m., and crawl up; «topping at every, place where good* are to he delivered or taken np, leaving Mareeba say at noon, and returning to Cairns at about 7 p.m. By running this train, no sidings would be required, no by-roads be necessary in order to take the farmer's produce and t iambs* to . - the market. Tam ailis** . w^sastf.ssfaav sent-a gros* awring? in psrMio wsifci Moreover, farmers on both aides of the railway would be able to grow profit : ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 September 1897

COßBESPONDMCE. The Editor is in no way responsible for the »pinion of correspondents. The ventilation of public matters will always be encouraged under this heading provided the letters sent , in are signed by the respective writers. We reserve to ourselves. the right to exclude all manuscript bearing a norn deplume, although we are prepared to admit that "Pro Bono Publico;' "Old Subscriber," "One mo JTnows," and the rest ofthat ancient frater- nity of anonymous scribes, may, under certain circumstances, be excused for veiling their signatures.]

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 September 1897

DErAitTtntrs. September 28.-Palmer, s, Captain A. J. Clarke, for Townsville, via ports. Passengers : Miss McMillan, Mr Firth, and 3 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. September 23.-Cintra, s, Captain J. E. Butctier, for Cooktown, via ports. Passengers : Mrs Henry, Miss Syr, Messrs Clunn, Henriques, Christensen, Lieutenant May, R.N., and 3 in the steerage. Bums, Philp and Co., agents. September 24.-Adelaide, s, Captain Ussher for southern ports. Passengers : Mesdames A. J. Draper and 3 children, Trundle and child, Miss Capriou, and 4 in the steerage. i. G. Fearnley, agent. September 25.-Waterwitch, H.M.S., for the îiorth. September £0.-Cintra, s, Ccptain J. E. Butcher, for the South. Passengars : Mesdames Mathea, Molloy, Misses Molloy (2), Bird, Messrs Perry, Davey, Robcotson, Mathea, and 5 in the steer ago. Bums, Philp and Co., agents. ~September27,-Dart, H.M.S., Captain Howard, for Cooktown. . :. . September 29.-Adelaide, s, Captain Keir, for Port Douglas. Passengers : ...

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Some Klondyke Facts. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 September 1897

Some Klondike FMto. It is .repot ted that a number of th Russel miners are letting their thought drift Kloudyk-«-.wards »nd if this he s< then the, sooner they turn them bael «sain tlie better for themselves. Tin Klondyke ia an utter impossibility except for the man. with an iron con. stilution and at least £400. Ho« many working .miners : in Northern Queensland could lay their ' banda on such a sum t Wo "venture to assert that there are not fifty and of that number 40 are elderly men hnd are therefore out of tho finest ion- lit look- ing through the San :Fr'anehto Chron- icle we marked the following facta which should l>e read with interest by those who are itching to get away to the new Ej Dorado :.-In all probabi- lity there will lie wóik for all that come in this spring. ' Bonanza is in an unprospected section of the country, though there may not be many new creeks found. No one should think of coming unless he can land with £\1!>, if he purchases his outfit st ...

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MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 September 1897

. .MOVEMENTS. Tho Orient liner Orient sails ,for Lon- don from Sydney on the 4th October, and .will be followed by the Cuzco on thc 18th October. The Palmer,'s, from Townsville, via ports, is due this morning.. The Adelaide and Lass o' Gowrie are due from Townsville on Wednesday. The Aramac, s^, with the weekly mails from the South is due this morning about nine o'clock. - The Earabool, a., is duo from Southern .portsnext week. / The Warrego, s., from Gulf Ports is duo hero to-day. r- ' ? ¡ The Franklin, s., is duo from Southern' ports ¡to-díiy, and will leave again on the return trip on Friday; Tho Airlie, a., from Sydney, for Hon ' kong, is due on or about the 14th pros. The~Victory, s'.', arrived oh "Tuesday with a rift of logs from Toohey's Creek.

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The Enemies of the Cane. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 September 1897

The Enemies of the Cane. To the A pril number of Science Pro grut, a quarterly review published in London, Mr C A. Barlier. late Super- intendent of Agriculture in tlie Lee ward Islands, contributes a paper on the diseases of the sugar-cane, which he pref «cs by stating that ' In a grunt many estates, whether poorly orwell equipped ns i égards machinery, the cane juice ia found to ixt of very in- ferior quality, and thia becoioe«; more marked a« the';, c^ quantity -of sugar produced from áreas of .the same; size 'rapidly diminishes ag the -season advances, and it becomes necessary for the machinery to1 be worked, night and day to prevent serious loss." The decrease is said to be due to the' fact that the cine is in- fested with animal and vegetable parasites, and it becomes a race he t ween the mill and the'pests as to which -shall appropriate the spoils of the field. In support of this rather startling statement Mr, Barber. pro- ceeds to quote in detail the:pests and diseases affli...

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The Japs and North Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 September 1897

The Japs and North Queens- land. -Me SIM, * ALL.A., . gave quite aa alarmist spesefa mellie RowW ««k dannie the diacwesioa o« DelewMB. liv .rid : " He had seen it stated reeently in . leading English paper that ot»e of the moat common subject! of discussion in military and naval circles in Japan, and one of the most common means of playing .the ' Kreigspiel.' . or War Game-which they played regularly under German instruction-was how best to invade North' Queensland. In view of that fact ? arni of the alarming increase of Japanese in Queensland, es- pecially at Thursday Island he wished to know if the men and guns at Thurs- day Island would ta increased to such an extent as to enable them to meet any Japanese invasion ? Unless some steps were taken, it was' extremely pio1»bje that Thursday Island waa likely to heeoQja an-appanage of the Mikado. Jt Was also sis^od there were, certain passages of entrance to »Queens*' land' through , the islands. adjacent to Thursday; Island, and he wo...

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Precept and Practice. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 30 September 1897

Precept and Practice. Jack Hamilton M.L. A. got a neat left bander home on the Labor Party in the house last week; during the discussion he . said :-" When a man paints himself he generally paints a very pretty portrait, and it occurred to me while listening to the speeches of members on' the other side that they painted themselves as : benevolent angels who are only too desirous to do whatever they can to benefit the poor man who is unemploped. According to their protestations they are boiling over with love and "kindness to those individuals. Ifonlyonewaycould.be pointed out by which they could .acrifice themselves for the benefit of . the unfortunate individuals who are ou»¡ of work, they-,would, be only, too ?Ud ta. j <^.;.tWt aMritw. >Í'-Ys*¿ lia roply >ttt«Wé -ráiüw* **-"'? Premier to point ont some method hy which the suffering of these people conld be relieved, they say they h »ve methods ; bot they prefer to keep them up their sleeve, and allow those person...

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