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Cocoa Culture. (Written expressly for the TROPICAL PLANTER by an ex-West Indian Planter). [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 2 October 1884

Cocoa Culture. (Written .expressly for the TKOMCAL PLASTKK bv an ex-West Indian Planter), . ' riVKitir ons i» doubtless £anñliar with this article in its maijufai-tujvil state, lieing sold by every grocer, either piire in quarter and half-pound tins, as Van Houten's, Taylor Brothers, Epps* Ho^ nucpathic, Fry's, Cocoatina, &e., but there uru few who have-hud anv ex- perience of it in its natural state ; still fewer who are aware of the suitability of the soil and climate of Queensland to its production. Jt is pre-eminent] v thc so-called " cockatoo fanner's " plant, which will enable him, however distant from a sugar uvjll, .to make a handsome living out of ids land; and even those who .are sufficiently near a mill would ii lid it. advisable to groara few acres of it.-- Well does it deserve thc name of ïheobroma " which botanists have bestowed upon." it, it being derived from two Greek words, meaning Food of the Gods." lt is jargirly cultivated in Mexico, 'ßytyei*, aird "othe...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 2 October 1884

.UJL -, ..w ?? .? ' .J J.' . ? SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. September 25.-EkinàngV BJ., Capt Lake, from Sydney, Via Brisbane and ports'. 'Pa* rangers-Meturs.' ll'. O. Paton, A. G.'Asher, | ja. llopc, ííegns, aad tí tai»ie^r.,ge.* " ' 'SiipieAiber ¿5.-Archer, 'stA. Capt. Morris, from Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. September S/.-Elamang, s.s.. Capt. Lake, from* Cookstown. í'asseugers-r^McsBrs." OW ham. De Praimt, S, Daria, and C in «teerage. September'27.-Archerj s.sv~Capt. Morris, from Cooktown. *, September; 27. - Pippo, Government ' steamer. Captain Heatlf/ from Mouriljau Harbour and Johnstone 'River. -^Septèm^r'ï7:^(ÂW;-s.s.iCapt-.M'Grath: from Normanton, via porta.. . " September* ri'^'AiSjamim.'' ii,*- Capt. Thorpe, f.om Sydney; via Brlsbun-i and porto'.' * October'l -Sylvan. SJ., "Capt'llrosruifrom Maryborough. " October 1.-Warrego, si., Capt Phillips, from'Sydney, via 'Brisbane arid porfsl; ±"*s jûngers - Mrs. Hobson, "Miss Thompson, 'Messrs. Hobson and SionE.'tcd several iii "steerag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 2 October 1884

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION' COMPANY. The company's steamers leave thia port «very Thunda; for Northern Fort«, mad every Saturday evening for Southern Ports. For fares and rates of freight apply at the Company's own office at wharf. "URNS, PHILP and CO., Limited, Amenta. rilHE RS. " ZEUS,"-Captain Innes. Leave* the wharf every Thursday .morning to meet the incoming, and every Saturday evening to meet outgoing Mail Stearne»: and leaves every WV ? BCKNM.'IfHtCP aaa CO." Agent»; TUA. \mM hM Buk, Incorporated under " The Companies Act," ístía. PANKERS TO TUE GOVERNMENT OK QUEENSLAND. Subscribed Capital ... ... JE1.000/WO j Paid-up Capital ... ." A<U,Ui<U j Reserve Fund _ _ lST.,»<UO âutd boagnt or forwarded to the Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on fixed Deposits Mt Current Kates. Drafts issued on Head Office, Brauches and-Agents. Advances niadc against Tin and other Produce, and nil oj Uer usual bankin;; business transacted. WM. CUAS. SMITH, Ma...

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Cairns District J. C. Meeting. THE following are the weights for the handicap races at the forthcoming meeting:— HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

Cairns District - J:< ?.'Meeting. THE ftniowing are the weights for the handi- cap races at the forthcoming meeting : HURDLE EACE. st. lb. Mr. C. Bell's b g Starlight ' ... li 10 ''il. Palmer'* ,eg Speculation ... ll 8 A- Feez's b g .Commodore ... 10 7 hg Slanderer ... lu I) CAiKMs «isTçieT jocsjsr CL.JTB JIAXDICAT."* Mr. J. Palmer's br h Lord Loftus ... 9 7 AV. Collinson's b g Hippy ... 9 ~ 0. J. Tighe's b g Connu .,. 5> 2 be Nowbolt ". 8 10 C. Bell's b g Starlight... " \.. 8 5 -rDine's b g Kegnard ... 7 7 A. Munro's bk ti Maroon . 7 5 - A. Street's b g Vanguard .." 7 0 A. Feez's b g Commodore ... 7 O - Dine's br h Greenstone - C 12 M. Flanagan's br g Watemian... 6 7 W. D. Hobson's b g Viet .r ... 6 7 F. Gate's b g Waterni ut h ..." G 7 LADirS BRACÏI.ET. Mrs. Collinson's b g Hippy ll 10 Miss Munro's bk g Maroon -... 10 8 Parker's b g Commodore. .... IO 4 Mrs. Street's b g Vanguard " ... IO 4 Hobsons b g Viet r ... ... 10. 0 Flanagan's br g Waterman ... 10 0 Miss Horto...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HERBERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

Our Neighbours. I [reo« ODS:ow« coaakuosDCNTa/] 1 *^'i^TS.^i*>rV«^wii»1«â"iBi| iHrnyit 'm «Haar -f*V rn^""'-^'t1"! *~** ~ j Monday evening. ' at ' which Mr. ' Wimbia attended to expiais the view* ot the Cairn* 1 Aaaociation re the railway, which appears tô j hare been so far satisfactory, as to have in- duced the meeting, on the motion "of Mr. j Boyett, of the Wiu> Bivsa TIKIS, to elect h,iui an honorary member. - Dr. Bowketi was appointed to act with Mr. Wimble to inter yWw tibe Watsonville Progress Association. Qn Tuesday evsniag-there was a hall at the Herberton Hall, given by the School of Arts Committee to the lady stallholders at the receát'hauar aaa. their friends. It wis well attended!. **r>:M?fö Ou Wednesday evening the School of Arta Committee held theif ' ordinary monthly meeting, when the accounts showed that the groat result of tia; läie hwaar was £M Uk, meaning with the sabsidy 4007. The actual fnaaeial p0s$oa of the institution after ile dacting all expenses ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

' . Spacial Column. _ ».. . . j .*USTRAL*S.IAX STEAM NAVIGATION ... ; .. COMPANY.-, - * ;, *"** BEDUCTION IN FARES.J rOBOM 1st May j>roxinio, galoon and -MJ': 'Steerage '"Fid^s hy ' inc * Company's Weekly Mai}'{Steamers, leta cen Brisbane, BoeBinsiptdn,' 'Mackay, . Bowen, ; Towns- ville; Dungeness, Cardwell, Johnstone Bivcr, I Cairns, Port Douglas, and Cooktown, will bc reduced FIFTY PER CENT. r" r- 1 BURNS, PBStT'and CO.. ' "-*" . ¿Süntg. April 2Ç. im. _ AUSTBALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION | COMPANY. REDUCTION OF FARES BETWEEN | BKISBANE AND-SYDNEY. THE FARES by the above Company be- I twi-uV'lTri.Wtte ul S;dnin ~w BE- 1 pUCEl» ". TETENTY-ÏIVE CGK - CENT. | ^ *ir particulars, apply 'BURNS, vKIILB and CO., TO . INVESTORS; CAPITALISTS, AND - . - - SPECULATORS, TOHN SÏTN A M A RA. I ¡tl OoVertmiewt and General Auctioneer,'" [ ^ iVALÜ^TOR and LASD AGENT: ' 1 References-rO^ N-Bani ."Cairns. ' ghnrch of England. -DEF. G. B. F. NOBBS, will (H.T.) con M\l H\tei'Oltíne Service at ll a.m. and 7...

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, OCTOBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

" Cable 9 Meswgss. LONDON, OVroitE* 3. The . Government have received ad- vices -from £la¡x? .confirming the re- capture of Berber. The telegram states that General! Gordon, accompanied hy I by four steamers and a number of ruwjiig boats,... left Ktartoum aud. ar- ri veil in safety at Slieaay, whick place be found deserted by tha* i|ebe's. líe .then pr"c«e*ded <$ppii' Jtjhe Nile to Berber, and stationed two of his steamers in mid-stream, from which he bombarded the' town: ' Á' short boih ba^racnJt caused the inliabijtaiits to evacuate thc place, whereupon General ' Gonion landed bi* tfftups" and too«: possession of it. ' ?= . . :' '?' ?"' OCTOBER 7. News from Cairo states that 'Colonel Stewart and party have been treacher- ously' iiiurdered by thc Arabs, after being shipwrecked on the Nile whilst on their way tó Doñeóla. Tjie French have 'occupied Pori * "Tenders fmtVtit Ifcw'Soutii .Wale» Si ;per cent, loan .of : £5,5<M,qOOr tbt luinunuin for whick was fited a...

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M.) October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

roWCE CQITRT. (Before W. K. O. HOI. EM., P.M.) ' ? ? Octobers: *' "J ' J. Cil more, charged, on remand, on *Wh picton of haring stolen gooda in hut pmara ?ion. Discharged on application by the police. . . {Befcre WV B. 0. Hill,' Esq., P.M., B A. kingsford; and B. J. Gorton, Esqs., JJ.P.) .' \ October 3. . , ' Sidnej- 'Îiztâà,* brought up on warrant charged with obtaining' money by means of false pretences. Plea, not guirty. Remanded for 21 hours. ..»"J,.,. .1,^,^""..,', ÍÍ1T%¿¿. .^peÄjf'4^ J' C J; Sidney. lindo, charged *oo reniant} with obtaining ****^J2j&lîJhûj£jwpfjgg£;%g: tS^mfiíJSRmmi mrt^ toa- tba ea» to be ant for trial. Prisoner wrns tnen com- mitted to take his trial at the next District Court sittings on "iSth November, boil being ! allowed, himself in- 4100, and''two sureties in £50 each. ' Wm. Ford, drunkenness. Pleaded guilty, and was discharged. . . Bichard Smitii, brought up in custody i charged with attempted" larceny.. Prisoner I elected to be dealt with sum...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M., R. A. Kingsford, D. Patience, and R. J. Gorton, Esqs., J.J.P) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

SMALL DEBTS COURT;. - : ¿Before K. O. Hill, Esq., P.M., K. A. ^KuCgsfoid, D." Patience. and K. J. Uortôn, Eaa9.,XJ.P J " ' ' Gardiner v. Swallow, -j-Gbiin ?;|or .£30 damages alleged to haie been 'sustained by plaintiff through the use of certain defama- tory language towards him, by. defendant; trie language complained bf- being that de- fendant did call plaintiff * a common black '¡rtiard/and accused him of. neglecting his 'duty to the XHrisiônàT B«>ard. and also by say tog b^'wo^ld «Â-'aTl his influence against plaintiff. Mr. Milford appeared for the plaintiff. > C. Gardiner," deposed : I am clvií gugrneeti and surveyor to- the " Divi^onol ïlmunl ; on the 21th September'I wnw near defendant's tramway laying but the new racecourse ; I saw defendant near my camp';, he said it was no use laying out the course as he 'would take good care no races were held there ; he said he could point out a better course on the other side of the creek if I would ¿.o with him; I said I hail no ...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

;"r Í vj SYDNEY, ÖCTOBEH 7, _ Toé annrveraary celebra tiou of the 'Eight Hours' movement took place yes- terday, .but was. aome what marred by . ^wcithnr beuig^iiiipr^tioiis'i A 'Urrgft t^i^rnber of 'trade societies,"bow» ever, toolj. part in a procession which .aaatttu^VtnlMU'l' the city, and after- wards attende^ at thp sports held in honour of the oócjyuu a,f Parramatta Park, where a vast sqi^urse of people assembled to witness the ôiiajday. ' Mr. stuart, the Premier.,' waa seized with à paralytic stroke thu rn^ruing. He. ia prognessíng favourably. \r¿ i.-.-'. OCTQBKR 8. j.^Mt.,Stuart; is mulh b^ttçç.thi§ ;.- . .'. "V" - ' I " -' :

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IMPORTS. EX KATOOMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

* * - - > iMTiTÓTS. I PiÍ'tATÓbMB*. J Consigned td L. Severin.-^ cases, £ piece* machinery! 1 skeL oise. " '.""'. Consigned to J. Macnamara.-1 piano, 2 .' Consigned - to Burns, Philp and Co.-2 eases tobacco,' 1 boit"ex: l*cf,''3 cases cheese", ¡fit do1 wine", I do" Chutney, ?0 bigs maize,'.: tosses lanterns,' l'«iis" glass. ,: '. * ' Consigned to Jack and Newell, Herberton. -1 box askteidgrs, 1 case: merchandise, 1 coil anea, I ta'4st»'b«skeis. ' Consignedto H.y.'Freame.-1 sewing ma- chia*.' '*V*':^* r"l\ 4 riaangas il to W. D. Hobasav-1 ons» auk Miscellaneous.-^ esses fruit, léhhds com Cition, 10 empty tanka, f do drams, 4 ka nour, 10 bags rice. »' J-cWa tea, I 'hones, 1 spring cart. I boat, mast and sails, X casca sundries, 2 do oils, 1 do soy, 1 do garlic, ZO mats rice, 1 r-chest tea, 3 cases sundries, 1 bog, 2 iron bonds.-Burua, Philp and Co., agents. * Captain Arjnsiroiig"reporta leaving Bris-^ bane "on" the : JTtli' 'ulfc/* arid arriving . at .Cairns on the lind ¡net, havin...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

: r DEPARTURES. 1 .October 2.-Katoomba, s.s.; .Capt. Arm-1 strong, for Cooktown. Passeuge'rs^Tl&issr* 'Pavia; Noch, CuXUighan," C«rtoá;~"i>r 5 ia .Steerage. "="??" ''"f ' "'"' ' October 2.-Warrego, a a., Capt. Phillips, for Cooktown. " *. " v . " ' '" ' October 4.-Katoomba, s.a.. Capt. ; Arm- strong, for Sydney, V tit Brisbane and port«. Passengers-Sire. Innes.'Mral Page, and l in steerage! ' *' '.? 'October 4.-.Warrego, s.s., Capt Phillipe, tor Sydney, rta Brisbane and ports. " October 4.-Sylvan/V.s., Capt: Urown, for Maiyborongh. f - ''''. ' VP. " ' ""'

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MACKAY. September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

MACKAY. . September â6. HBiiiiiis in tu» Oistm-t does nv.t .appear to, be iuiproviag at all. Bvery oae .U cuumlaia-i iag about thc dullness ot tuc limes, and th.» cause is attributed to the manner in "which the. Hmmani' ???? » 11 . n" - th« lsa«t |«v>ual ¿J[ tbe reception be would re- ceive. '" . V"'' - ' The Alexandra Mill, one oe* the milla vf the Melbourne, Queensland^ and. Machay. . Sugar Co. , has ceased operat áuis , and f should not be surprised to see. others follow suit. " " There is not a plantation in the district with its full complement of hands. The   " May Queen," under charter to the Mackay Labour Company, arrived during the week with only five boys. She has been five     months out. A cricket ma^k was pliyed here on Satur- day last, betwetA représentai ire teams from tit* worth and snath sides "uf .the river re» peetively.^ .The fiawitw. won .by . 1« ruas, through the splendid bowling of Messrs. Willock "and K. Sturt. The. m...

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Cairns Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

Cairns Divisional Board. A. JTKETINO of tho above Board was held on the 11th instant. Present-Messrs.' Kenny. (chainnjn):,'I>oridiia, Mackey, Hook, Douglas, Severin, and liyan. Tho minutes of th.e previous ordinary and spacial-meetings were read and continued. . .. The outward correspondence was read and -adopted. The inward correspondence, 'consisting of the following communications, was read and dealt with as follows:-Letter from the Tinaroo Divisional Boai-d, stating they had addressed a letter to' 'hè Minister for Vforfcs, supporting' the application of the" Cairns Board "for a- graijt bf ¿5000- for "inproving the Cuiros-Herbertou-road. The clerk was instructed to .write to the Tinaroo^ .Board, thanking tlieuï" for the prompt action they had taken in the matter, litter; from, the Landa. Department stating t'luit Mr. A. Meston had applied for tho - purchase of a small piece of Jami adjoining his own. Pro- posed by Mr. Hook, seconded by.Mr. Douglas, and carried-"« That a reply ...

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WATSONVILLE. October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

I jPATSQX VILLE. I October 3. Toe mining industry af the district tu* greatly improved of lute, ami the f»v>{*KÎ ii much brighter than for a long time {¿if. Nearly ali the available mineral land in th» neighbourhood is occupied, which U a healthy sign, and the abandoned claiius have Iwn taken np afresh, and are now Iwing rc-worked with |p¿d fm$taJ Competent judges are of .¿?iia that thep»a»iïi. »ye rqdtfe «Mjj* portauee of thia locality are fatty assured, which leads niue** ikncoucagement toward« developing tile workings. -Another source of encouragement is the prospect of th'.' early commencement ot tile railway, from Cairns, thu importance and benefit of which to this district is keenly recognised, und bi s also inspiied a feeling of ç^ntidence by i s, promise of soon providpijf cheap freight iud easy coin um ni cation witii the coast. A proof that such is the general feeling is to bo found in the objection of the progress Asso- ciation to the renewal of exemption from work by ...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

Our Brisbane Letter. '. (FROM OTJK OWN CORRESPONDENT,) J.\vni.iJLMEXT has been occupied ¿uring thc" last" week with the Land Hill again, .and some progress has been made in passing it through ..eoiumi.ttcc in the J^egislative Assembly. Thc pre-emptire question has been settled by a .com . promise, thc'Government accepting an .umendm«.-u.t hy .which squatters will l>e allow« I under certain .'restrictions -to exercise this right in respect, of im- provements made on their runs prior to fhe pat's ng of'the Act. Tiny musí <aU; the land, however, "on. which the im pryvííiueiiís are actually situated, "the lmiwuvcmcii.ts uiusi be cipial in value to ten' shillings per jjejrju o;; ¿he jarea' ¿-elected, the land selected w v*,t ¿lo.t in- clude any permanent water, nor .except] . where the improvements .aj-e .dams or' fcïer.voirs must it include b¿\th bank« f)î any watercourse. : . , There has been Winothei squabble "in1 thc House abolit .the black labour ques- tion. When in .L...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. HERBERTON, OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWX CORBKSPOXDIST.] 1IEKIÍERTV)X, OcTOBEit 8. ? Ameeting of the Coojgni ra Progress Association w:js held last night. Pre- sent-Messrs. J. R. Wilson, F. Muir, J. Cross, C. Denford, S. J. Delaney, li. Beattie, and P. E. Magnacu. The cliairman introduced Mr. Wimble, win» explained thc view* of the Cairns as- sociation. The meeting passed a resolu- tion urging tin; Government to com- mence thc railway by a short section, u tUe savina,of timé tliii* uaiuéd would Siñ ««U.iI«ii,Sfcp -'to «ho>ili>»~ ."."?.» ~~« ents of the district, and facilitate set- tlement- Resolved;-" That the resolu ¡ tion; be; embodied Jiu a. letter to the 'Minister, for -Works." j. A vote of ; thanks was accorded Mr. Wimble for the trouble and interest he had taken in canvassing thc district. ;Ji ^.^^BAXJ^sPcTOBE»,?^ "MilU (Government agent), and Bur ; ton (first mate), of the labour schooner ' Ethel, waa brought up on remand at : the Police Court yesterday charged with kidnapping So...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

QUEEN'S HOTEL THIS. HOTEL has jnst been built, fitted : ¿ and furnished on the lines of a First d .¡a Metropolitan Hotel. It fc* situated in tile most central, coolest, and healthiest site I in-. Cooktown.... The Bedrooms are large, »eH vehtilatedi and fitted with a view to I 'comfort, the Dining-room and Parlours being , loftys cool, and. elegantly furnished. The '. Billiard Koota Rinks among the largest in ' tile ¡forth, and cunts ins one of Alcott's best tables.". The proprietor is determined to . sustain his reputation by keeping only the best brands of WINKS. SPIBITS. ALES, Ac.. . in the market, by paying particular atten- tion to the Cuitine, and by secu-ing the best attendance procurable. The Assembly Boom is next in sire to the Town Hall, and is available for private parties and public meetings. The spacious Balcony, which ia fanned by the cooling breeze from the Pacific, commands an excellent view of the town,' the harbour, and the nor, hern country, t'o-ronicnt Bath Kooms....

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

MELBOUBNE, OCTOBKB 7. j ^FóBt'Bundled enfloren hare joined 1 .&* Salratipn Amy nt Briton*, where I a separate corpa for juveniles has been formed under the title of "Little Ballarat Heroes.*' . I- < " j ¿ ,OCTÓBKH 8. Two ffesh case» of small-pox are K])orted. The Richmond Railway Construction Bill'wa* introduced in thu Assembly last night, aili- primde* - for-tlie-con- struction of 927 fniies of railways at ait estimated cost of four million?.' (r'rpiç ,s^r Exchanges.) BRISBANE, iy^BKa 2. PARLIAMENTARY. . Legislative Assembly. Yesterday.: Tlie winde of the sicing was occwïiicd with tïie Land Bill.'"."'"' Clause 10, consistr/jg of an amended motion by Mr. Dutton passed. Clauses 17 and Ï8 also passed without aljt.cra. tion, but a long discussion ensued on tho three following clauses, when fyu Minister for Lands proposed a new clause providing a re-hearing by the Board 'a* Knut on application ,yf the the aggrieved party. Several amendment* were moved by ( the Opposit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

APOLOGY. TO ME. WALTER GIBSON, CAIRNS. KINDLY excuse me from my engage- ment with you on Saturday morning next, as I have mada other arrangement», having to attend Land Sale at Mac's Beal -Property Sale Booms, Lake-street, . oaj ac, count of Southern investors.: ' . Tours obediente/; . ANOBEW FAWCETT, Cairns.October8.ISM. : » Race Ban. MES. LOUISA BURKE, of the Court Hotel, will give:"". ii: A GRAND BALL, Under the patronage of the Stewards of the - Jockey Club, IX MESSES. KEXIOX AND CO.'S " NEW STOBE, LAKE-STBEET' (by kind permission), ON WEDNESDAY EVENING. . 15TH INSTANT. Dancing to commence at 8.30 o'cloek. Double Ticket, £1 ls. Single Ticket. 10s 6d. BACE WEEK, OLD E0ND STOKE, CAIllNS. COLLINS mid VERNON'S PLEASURE PARTY, For a Short Season, COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBEK 13. F.or further particulars, .SEE BOAM: .. J. COLLINS, tanager. \£*1 REWARD.^LO.ST/W.ween Cairns 'Ä'JL and Pjryn> jiotel, a Meerschaum PIPE. Abov.e Reward on delivery to O. L. AMOS. BANK HOLIDAYS ACT OF 1877. T...

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