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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

DEPARTURES. September"!.-Archer, ».a.. Capt. Mom»; foç'Çoôktow». /i ¿y¡ - . i-'; -f ; Söptembe^^-EIainang; s.s., Capt. Lake, for Cooktown. Pajaengui» -Messrs. Duffitt, Delaney, and 2 inVteerago. : * ' < - - ?' . - --September C.-Archer, a.3.. Capt Morris, for Sjdney, via Brisbane and po; ts. ïSeptember.e.-Elaman*. «.B.. Capt Lake, for Sydney,; via Brisbane and porta. Fae f ^agors-yhw^Holmes. Mri MaeWharter, and

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LAND COURT. (Before Mr. Acting Commissioner Hartley.) September 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

(Before Hr. Actmg-Conimissioner Hartley.) September IO. Conditional« Approved. - A. A. Smith, 200a, Inlet ; Sarah K. Swallow, 900a, Wright's Creek; M Behan, sen., 300a, Mulgrave Bi ver; J. W. E. Stuart, 200a, do. - Hbaacsteads Approved.-Ernest Hoffmann. 160a, Mulgrave xÛver ; T. K. Treeton, 160s, do ; W. Gulliver, ' 160a, Inlet G. D. Beed, ' 160a, do; J. H. Swift. 130». do. . . Conditionals BejectedL-Applicants fined JO» for nonappearance.-J..Holmes, loo*/ Inlet ; W. T. Ingram, 300», Mulgrave River. Conditionals Adjourned.-M..A. Abribat, IOOa, Inlet. -i Homesteads Adjourned.-Thomas YaHe'vy 1*.%, Barron River,

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before R. T. Hartley, Esq., J.P.) September 4. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

Conris. POLICE COÜBT. (Before E. T. Hartley, Esq., J.P.) . September 4. - J. Reid was brought up in custody, charged with having no lawful visible means of sup- port. "After the evidence of the arrestin<r constable, had been taken, the- case was re- manded for tbc production of further evi- dence.' '" ' ' '-'" ' ? . . . (Before W. E. O. Hill, Esq.. P3Í.) September 5. .J. Reid charged, on .remand, with having no lawful visible ..means of support. The case was" "dismissed on this charge, and a fresh charge ..of being of unsound mind entered.. The medical testimony of Dr. Koch stated that prisoner waa sufferin-.; from chronic weakness of intellect. The Bench ordered prisoner to be confined in the Lunatic Reception House at Townsville for one month. : W. P. Redden charged with having com ¡ mitted wilful and corrupt perjury. This case was adjourned from the 2nd inst. Mr. È. A. Mitford appeared fur the-defence, j R-T. Hartley deposed: That in the case I of Redden "Vi Johnson; h...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. BRISBANE, SEPTEMBER 9. PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

LATEST BY WIRE. -: [FROM OTJK OWlî COBBEgPONDSST."] .. QkiMMlaML BRISBANE, SEPTEMBER 9. PARLI AMEXTAltY. Legislative A ssembly. Yesterday. Mr. H. Black, tlie member for Mackay, presented à petition signed by 15/1 residents of the Northern coast pray- ing that the Act for the introduction of Coolies be put in force in ordcr,to pre-' i vent tlie collapse of the sugarindustry, which will otherwise take place as the result of thc planters being unable to procure Polynesian labour. The Health Bil! " was read a third time and passed, when the House went into committee on the Immigration Bill. Replying to questions on the subject, Mr. Griffith said thc Agent General had received instructions to make enquiries as to the best-meaiis of conveying indented labourers -from" Germany, Norway, and Denmark, which were tlie only countries at pre- sent specially mentioned. An nimnatcd UÎMciissitoii then eiiKucd. on thc labour question generally: Sir Thoinaa 31*11 : wraith spoke "against tho Bill, and...

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Herberton-Coast Railway. MINISTERIAL DECISION. BRISBANE, SEPTEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

HERBERTON - COAST RAILWAY. MINISTERIAL DECISION. BRISBANE, September 10.   At a Cabinet council held this morn- ing the Ministry decided upon the construction of the Herberton railway from Cairns via the Barron Valley.    

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CAIRNS-HERBERTON RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

CAIRNS-HERBERTON RAILWAY The Minister for Works states there, will be no difficulty in getting the Par- liamentary plans for the first section of the railway ready to lay before the Assembly this session.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

A «oman purchasing some cups und saucers was as keil what colour she would have. " Why, I ain't particular ; any colour that won't show the dirt." The following bold bit of criticism appears in an American paper:-"The. Faust of Signor -was industriously stupid. Its fervour was clamlike in flabbiness, and its passion infantile in harmlessness. In its most thrilling moments it never rose above tho calm insipidity of a cold potito." John Atherton, "WHOLESALE, JiETA IL, FAMILr ASI) SHIPPING BUTCHER, ABBOTT-STREET, CAIRNS. FAMILIES WAITED UPON i ORDERS rv PBOMPTJLY SUPPLIED. T ; WILD «IVER TIN MINES. ST A S .»"».* X. » * J> OW o J. A » V ' 'iàwiriii'tr AàettMÎstfs? * . ? -£ s ri 5 3 S i :g»a*sP»^ltinnps»jli.3» Stock sad Station - Salesmen, Sharebrokers, Xiaïag sad General CommsssioB Agents, tdusl aad House Aguata ; Valuators, 4c - ,: AoKPra-TOR- ? ; | Gresley Lukin 4 Co. . The Iron Chid Tin Mining Company. The Caledonian Tin Mining Company. TheColonial Mutual Life Assurance Society Th...

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Post and Telegraph Notices. MAILS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

Tast au«! Telegraph ¿lotices: MAILS RECEIVED. VOOK-WTO , SATÜKDAY, 10 P.M. 1 ort Douglas ) Herberton V Goldsborough £ SATURDAY, 5 r.ir. Upper Csuip ) . Townsville "'" \ Bowen . Mackay I ^rf0a T"vEsoAT.SA.n, Brisbane j Sydney | - . Melbourne J Registered letters close one hour before, and lat* letters half-an-hour after time above specified (late fee M on each letter). English mails are made np to catch the outgoing Torres Straits steamer at Cooktown or Townsville, according to the time given in » Postal Guide." Mails are also made, up and received by every steamer entering or leaving tho port (cot under contract).

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Local items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

~ Local items. ; : All correspondence for transmission to -Q-**ft? Britain "and thc" continent of RIUJBM. TU Torrea straus,-mu« t^jSÄU^ S for the usual Southern mau on saturday next. ""?; .' We notice that some suburban land there was sold by Messrs.' Ackers, Wilson, Ayton, and Byan, in Townsville last week, at JtSO per acre ; and an allotment in section 19 waa at the same time disposed of for .£126. : ? Arnon? the Outward cargo. of the steamer Archer, on Saturday were consignments of twenty-two tons of tin and sixty-eix tons of sugar, fifty-five tons of the latter being from Hambledon plantation, and eleven tons from the Pioneer mill. - The Kev. Bobt. Hartley delivered a lecture j at the Old Bond Store on the 3rd inst,, in aid of the State School fond, entitled " Reminiscences of a trip to England." There was a fair attendance,' and the coUecr. tion at the close amounted to J22 2s 6d. We have to record a rather sudden death in the demise of Mr. H. M. D. Pearson, book- keeper at New...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

Eámcatímmml. AÇEETIFICATED TEACHER (twined at Highbury. London, and'21 years Head Teacher) hag vacancies for Two or ThreeBO ABDEBS. :. ; Home Work carefuUy superintended. ?For particulars apply ? ,.,»? . -Tn*\-E, ' CAIRNS QUARTZ CRUSHING COM-1 PANY (No-Liability). NOTICE TO .SHAREHOLDERS^ THE Directors, having declared Second Call of One Shilling per Share due, notice ia hereby given that sumo is payable at the Office of Messrs. Southerden, Hook and Co., within fourteen days from date. T. E. S. HOOK, Chairman. Cairns, September 3? For Sal«, THE Staunch and Well-knorrn Ketch' ENTERPRISE, 60 tons register, car- ries 120 tons on GTt draught; fitted with steam winch and boiler ; also screw piopeller worked from the winch. Well fouud und in capital order. Now employed by the Qucens land Government removing rocks at Mouril- yan Harbour. Steams three knots ia smooth water. Copy of Lloyd's.survev available. Apply WILLIAM COLLIN,- Master and Owner, on Board. : ... NOTICE. ', To Foncer*. TEND...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

SHIPPING: I ARRIVALS. September Archer. «.«., Ckjt P. H. Monia, from Sydney, ri» Brisbane and ports. September 4.-Elamang, s.s.. Capt. Lake, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Pas- sengers-Messrs. W. E. O. UiU. A. A. Wall, - J_ Callias,.C.~Cutbush, D_ MacBnan, P. Clark, J. O'Xeill, P. P. Stepbenaon, and IO ia steerage. ". September ! 0.-Archer, s.s., Capt. P. H. Morris, from Cooktown. ._.September C.-Elamang, SA, Capt lake. from Cooktown. Passengers-Mesara. H. S. Halston, J. Millar, J. Ingleton, P. Kee, and C in steerage. :< ,. :\ ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

THE AUSTEALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. - The company's steamers leave thia port every. Thursday for Northern Porta, and «v«ry Saturday evening for Southvrn Ports. For fares and rates of freight apply at the Company's own officeat wharf. VTONS; ¿nn,r ana .CO:, Limited, ?- Agents.; THE .S.S. " ZEUS,"-Captain Innes.-i . leaves the wharf ' every Thursday j morning to meet the incoming, and every Satñrday' evening to meet outdoing- Mail .m» i i. ir--i<h.m evety Wedneadbyahd <Sataiday'Mamuti,l(irBmttav>.àwiiitoi &rÇ» landing*. - s. i . . Open fer. charter and excursions. BUHNS. PHILP and CO. Agents. NiU hi Incorporated under " The Companies Act,' . 1SC3. BANKERS TO TUE GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital ... ... £1,000,000 Paid-up Capital -- - SOOJWO Reserve Fund ... "... IS.1,000 Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for j Assay. Interest jtllowed on Pixed Deposits ¡ At Current Kates. Drafts issued on Head Office, Branches an<l Ag...

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Cairns District Jockey Club. ANNUAL RACE MEETING, Tuesday, October 14, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

ANNUAL RACE MEETING, Tuesday, October 14, 1884. PBISIDEXT-Mr. T. Swallow. j YICE-PBESH>ESTS-Messrs. W. E. O. Hill and T. Collinson. I Hox. TREASURES-Mr. W. C. Smith. - JCDOE-Mr. W. B. O. Hill. J ; '?" -»r*i*na!-Mr. G. T°l»°t». ,. >' CLERK OJ SCALES-Mr. H. V. Frearae: . J" , , Ctiu Or CoOM»_Mr. J.. Kelly. STEWARDS^-Messrs. F. T. Wimble, H.' T. Frearce, G. M'Kay, W. C. Smith, "W. E. O. Hill, G. Tolson, and M. Foi. 1-To start at 11.30-MALDEN PLATE of -" .£20; for all horses that have not won ¡in advertised prize exceeding JS15 at time of entrance. 1J mile. Weight for age. Entrance, 1 sov. 2- ^-To 'start" at . 12.15-DISTRICT CUP, value .£20. Horses tb be owned hy resi- dents of Cairns district for one month previous to raccl Horses to be ridden by gentlemen amateur riders, members of C.D.J. Club." Welter weights for âgé. 1 mile. Entrance, 1 sov. ; ." 3- To start at 1 o'clock-HURDLE RACE, .. a Welter Handicap of JÊ30, with a sweep of JEÏ .each from starters for 2nd .'_-. horäe.. li...

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Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

Cairns Divisional Board. A MEETTSO bf the .above Boanl waa held on the Ur.l instant. Present-Messrs. Keuny (in th« chair), lXniglo». Rysa. Hrók. and Street , The urinâtes^ otVthe. bwt orljmary and .special nie^tín^ jrw^'icáM¡á áná*c^nr.ulé¿. ' ' The. mwárd .correspondence waa' read and " dealt with as folljw<¡:-'. '/ ,' . ' ' ' Telegram, froía A. Meston, dated August. 26th - " Very . satisfactory interview this' morning with Mil«s and Griffith about grant ' for Herbert-.-n-road, and Miles will confirm division between Eussrell and Johnstone as recommended by the board. Will write particuiars." Received. . ? , Letter from the Under-secretary to the Treasury in reply io an application for a" loan of £5000 for iuiprjvicg thc stree:s of Cairns and making a tramway, and remind- ing thc Board that its liability on loan ac-* count is already .£581, that this loan' would add a further sum of ¿518, and that the re- venue of the Board only amounts to about £700; also, asking. how t...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

Victoria. j MELBOURNE, SEI-TEMBEH 8. Tho Health Officer ' of lillydale re- ports several fresh" eases of small-pox at Kingwood. - (From our Exchanges.) BRISBANE, SEPTEMBER 5. The estimates were laid before tho Assembly yesterday, -. and thc Health Bill passed "through ~ committee. Tho Premier stated that the Land Bill will not be taken on nest Tuesday, but that the Immigration and Defence Bills will bc proceeded with. On "Wednesday the Treasurer will deliver his financial statement.' The estimates'for lSS-t-5 anticipate an increased revenue, from all sources, of £1S2,141, and au excess over ex- penditure of £ 1-5,1 H. The interest on the public debt is set down at £732,135. The" Land Revenue is' estimated to yield £2000 more than last year. The Commodore of thc Australian Stations has sent a long despatch" to the Colonial Secretary complaining of the frequent abuses in' thc South Sea labour trade. - SYDNEY", SEPTKMBEB 5. The Orange Institutions presented an address of welcome to.Sir...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

STDNEr, SEPTEMBEIÏ 9. Dr. Moran, ' thc new B.C. Arch- bishop, arrived here this morning, and was most enthusiastically, welcomed. Sixteen steamers went down, the.har ISouV to meet hirii,'rónveyiíifc-*J«o-»»cej> tioti committee.~ clcrjry,-delegates from all parts of the colony," members of Parliament, and the general publ"c. On landing at thc Circular Quay, he was greeted by cheers from some th< u sands'of persons assembled there,' after which ovation, he was driven in tho . Governor's carriage, escorted: by a j re- cession, to St¿ Mary's Cathedral., The whole linc ? of route was thronged' witli ?people. On arrival at the cathedral a, thanksgiving service was held, and ad- dresses of welcome were prescnlel. Messrs.- Macrossan and Perkins were present as delegates from Queensland. At a meeting of the Geographical Society of Australia, Baron -. Mackay said he was in receipt of a letter from the lier.' 3Ir. Chalmers, pf JSew Guinea, in which that gentleman said that, he ha...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. September 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

OUT Neighbours. [FÈOM OUK ÓWN C'OEBSSPOÎÎDEUTS.] HEBBEBTON. September 5. A F17BUC meeting WOE held on Mondar even- ing at the Herberton Hall, presided over by Hr. H. Selig, the chairman of the Divisional Boord, re urging upon Government the de sireableness - of commencing the coastal rail- way without delay J The meeting1 was icon vened_ upon the strength of telegrams received which, although unofficial, were d-emed sufficiently authentic Resolutions were passed ananiaiousiy, and as usual £ sh old have wired them through, but I found a host of POST'S correspondents that I thought it wise to spare yon the exp- use. Amongst those at the meeting, I noticed Dir. Hobson of your town. There has been a slight change in the weather and some slight showers have fallen. Cutarra is prevalent and chicken-pox ia abroad. Although no apparent change has taken place ia aiining matters, there ii a general improvemett throughout the district. At the ''lead"-the same feating prevails,*and it is genera...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

Qiír Bristoe Letter. {FRC SI OOB O Wa COEftESFOXDSIiT.) Ox ÁT¿Dilay evening last a banquet was given to Sir Thomas M'llwraith on his . return to the colony! It' had been postponed iii order that the use of the Exhibition building might be obtained, as that was the only room in the metro polis' that was thought large enough : to accommodate the crowd expected. As it turned out even that .was;too j «mall; about 950 sat' down to the «limier, and many- who applied to pur- ¡ chasc'tickets at the-door were turned away. ' It waa by far the largest affair of tho kind that bas "ever been seen in Queensland, and the gathering was fairly representative of the whole colony, strong" coRtingents of the er Premier's admirers having come down by rail from Ipswich, .Toowoomba; tndBoma tor-attend lt, .whilst Cook ? tbwn/Cairns, »nd other towns , of the : far North and, "rifest were also- well -??lin-mitil jr. AUhpu^h .it Va», not a political' i^mtKeriiiR. y«t it ..haA,.i political significance, and't...

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, SEPTEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

Cable Messages. CFHOM ork otts CORBEBPOSDESTS.) LONDON, SEPTEMBEB C. jue- -Australian .Eleven- won-'-the cricket match against the Zingari Club at Scarborough by eight wickets.- . ; SEPTEMBER 7. . Throe men, belonging to the. yacht Mignonette, abandoned on her voyage to Sydney; were 'landed here yester- day, having been picked up by a pas- sing ; vessel. :Thcy state..they were three weeks in an open boat, atid suffered the most extreme privations. . SEPTEMBER 1>. The three men saved from : the Mignonette were arrested tó-day on : the charge of murder, and - have con- j fessed to killing and eating a boy who was with them in thc' boat.They say thc" boy was" raving mad at tho time, fromrwant bf food and wate». , j ."ii'Ü'-Vtai^i nu* ei.în» Krna formally declared war against France," and that Shanghai has been declared-a neutral port. The Czar of Russia has arrived at Warsaw,'on a visit to bis Polish sub- jects. He waa warmly received on hi« arrival by the populace. /"The King of It...

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IMPORTS. EX ELAMANG. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 September 1884

IMTORTS. O ,';; : Ex ELAMANO. I Consigned to A. Taylor and Co.-t cases wíre"MUpl do hardware, 2 corn -hellers, 3 cases iron tôî!ers,"l"do" clocks, 4 '"do "axes, 1 1 -r-roll matting, 4 copper boilers, 1 handle sheet iron. Consigned ta L. Severin',-2 cases gnl "?"? vanised iron, 2 casks lubricsnd. Consigned to E. J. Gorton.-1 case boot*. Consigned to F. Gates.-2 parcels sad dlerv. ............ Consigned to W. P. Walker and Co.-I bundJe .matting, T- ¿ .. ... _ T. JKsceUBoeons.-^l cricket matting, X bag crickefgoods, 6 cases fruits, 20 bags libar, 1 case floorcloth, 1 case, 1 bundle iron, 1 drum, 2 "paper parcels, 1 truss samples," 1 case grape cuttings, 1 roll lithos, 2 packages furniture, 1 case parcel, 1 box, -1 parcel, 5 cases snudries, 1 box acid, 1 paper parcel, 1 cask plants, 200 mata rice,--l box iron mo lgery/l: Chubb" » safe, 27 she p, 1 case glass, 1 sofa", 1 parcel, 1 half-chest tea, I case sance, C do sundries, 2 boxes seeds. 1 do ? bean stick, 1 case suudriej.-Burns, Philp...

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