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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

\ Bennetts' Dental Parlours For Painless Dentistry. Why have 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 and .Pivots a speciality. v BENNETT & BENNETTS' R.D.S. (Late Queen St., Brisbane). DENTAL SURGEONS, Spence St., Cairns. Telephone 76. Try Us for Furniture. We are the Right House. . ' - ?FOR UP-TO-DATE LINES OF FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD RE -. ; QUISITES. ' . V Our Show Rooms contain the best selection in the. . Trade, and-our prices-are. the lowest. ' « « . - Direct" Importers of English, American, Austrian and Oriental Furni- . ture, Bamboo and Rattan Ware. **' ; .SECOND HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES. m" .A Special Sale of 100 Packages Japanese Goods j.- ?j.-iwij.w.jii^frf-i^ o«r<Mr.. Sturt ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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WATCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

WATCHING. The responsible part of the busi- ness. If the bullocks are good campers, a two-hours' watch is mon- otonous, if restless and likely to make a splash a businesslike air per- vades the camp. Round the camp at meal times endless tales are   recounted by the old hands for the benefit of the new, of hairbreadths escapes and deeds of daring. How Ginger Mick was bowled over, horse und all, and a thousand head danced the wild Kentucky on his   breastplateio8injr,-oi the mouthpiece -of nts cherry"rlpoc ($p°) ut which he was wralhy, carno oil wiUioUt- a í«mtch.'_.:^TJus - was on thc Adelaide tracie.-.. Mick was. a. Goio, ! su he yeas. Host mao in tli« lead of ! a rusk, or that ever threw leg across a horse. This was Carbine's year. Thc man from, the Cooper knew . ol a rush, when- two thousand head tame clean over thc camp.. 'Strewth, you should have seen tnc kit next lnom.ng. Never seen anything in my nie lise.it, : -Blankets und rugs hung out distress sig...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

r BIG G ls a non-poisonous J remedy for any unnatural ? discharge and inflammation, /irritation or ulceration of I mucous membranes. Painless* (Guaranteed not to stricture. I Prevents contagion. SOLD BY CHEMISTS. ^Cl.cular malled on rcqugst. HANUFACTÜBF.D BT*!| ^TbiSrau Chemical fk1 CINCIllîv \o. U.C. Cheap Cairns Allotments A, J DRAPER'S Subs.' 4, S, Allot, 7 of Section 28, off Canton St., with cottage ceil- ed throughout, detached kitchen. Only £120' Allot. 30, Sec. 4, corner Lake and Shields Ste., 66ft. by 165ft. acre, £1200. Allot. 29, Sec. 4, Lake St., i-acre, C6ft. frontage. £800. Allot. ,28, Sec. 4, Lake St., with store, J-acre, 66ft. frontage. £1000. Allot. 3 and lcV Sec. 31, i-acre, Double frontage to Esplanade and Lake-street. £350.: Por. 115, Cty Nares, Parish of Wyan toul, 150 acres on Daintree River. Price only £225. Allot. 19, Sec. 24, i-acre, Sachs St. £80. Allot. 18, 19, 20, Sec. 6, corner Ab- bott and Shields Street, good term«. £1000. Allot. 15, Sec. 6, 20 perches,...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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WOMAN IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

WOMAN IN POLITICS. The announcement that a dissolu- tion of Parliament has been granted by the Governor brings before women the necessity of taking a part in the control of our political representa- tion, writes "Vesta" in the "Cour-   ier." Thc need for organisation can- not bc better urged than by the reply that the late Premier (Mr. Kidston) gave recently to a deputation of wo- men,-"When you have seventy-two women sitting in the House instead of seventy-two men then your re- quests may be granted." That ans- wer means that women should organ- ise. Irrespective of the merits or de- merits of the deputation, that was not a statesmanlike answer. We can- not fill the House with seventy-two women, nor would if we had the   power, but we are going to use our vote so that we shall at least have a share of representation. A woman's vote is of equal value to a man's and every vote unrecorded is a vote counted on the opposite side. Who does not remember the wall ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

POLICE COURT. At the Police Court on Saturday,   before Mr. P. G. Grant P.M. an eld- erly man named William Jones plea- ded guilty to creating a disturbance and was fined 5/- and ordered to pay 2s cab fare in default 24 hours im- prisonment. Walter Pelling, charged with desertion from H.M.S. Power- ful, was ordered to be discharged on     board the Fantome. The case Satara   v. Daniel White, wilful destruction of property was further adjourned till the 24th December.  

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Mine Manager's Report. SHEPHERD [?]q.. GENERAL MANAGER O.K. COPPER MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

Mine Manager's , Report. GENERAL.MAHAGEH O.K. COPPER MINES. ¿; sm,- .' . , - -..-r I have the honour::to;>furnish the following report on tho work done in tho Mino for the half year ending-30th September, 1907.' A summary of the half year's work-is" shown in the following tablet Ore mined and delivered to smelters ..., 10,138 tons. - Seconds sent to seconds dump 1250 tons. Waste rejected and sent to old stopcs ... 9000 tons. Diamond drilling " ... 1689 feet Driving . 200 feet., . Rising'and Sinking- ... 100 feet. The ore delivered to thu Smelters was mined from thc various levels as under: l<Yom above thc'80 foot level ... 3427. tons. _ .Between 80 foot lovel and 115 foot levels _ . 3895 tons. " Between 115 fo'otlevcl and 150 footlovcls ? 2816 tons The average .grade, of the ore mined was 8.75 "i>er cent." copper, a -decrease of 2.6 per cent. ! to that'maintained during last half year. The lower grade is accounted for by the; necessity for sending in ore rich ' in i...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Directors' Report. Submitted at the Meeting of Shareholders held on 27th November, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

Directors' Report. Submitted at trje Meeting of Shareholder*; beld V on 2Ttb November, Idor. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Herewith your Directors have pleasure in submitting for your information, the Eleventh Haif-Yearly Report and Balance Sheet, for the period ending! 30th September 1907. Reports by the General Manager, Mr. Richard Shepherd, and the Mine Manager, Mr. H. - Twynam, are also presented to you. Reference lo the Balance Sheet shows that Blister Cop- per to the taine of £88,037, was sold during thc six months. The profits of the Company's operations amoun- ted to £4-1,228/1/1. From this tito sum .of £G024/l.ty8 ...* was written ofTMine Development Account, and £4827/ 15/6 from Plant Account, leaving a net profit of '£33,375/10/11. The balance carried forward from the previous half-year was £32,424/7/4, making a total of £65,799/18/3 at the credit of Profit aild Loss Account on tho 30th September, 19074 The case ta band, -together, gita the Blister Copper. ' awaiting shipment, (v...

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MORNING POST MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1907. A Sign of Prosperity. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

MORNING POST, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 190 A Sign of Prosperity lt has oí tell boen said, and truly, ,'Lmit me progress and prosperity 01 a, coniniumty can bc wea judjjed by me status and development ,)I ns Press. Uiveu good, reliable, reli- able "newsy''' newspapers and it is a necessary corollary that thc' people ol Ole towns in whien they are j. u tr- ashed, ure energetic, enterprising ano prosperous, ? ^"d as the people pro- gress so should thc newspaper. The appreciation'oiaiiu piioiic iii the cu orts of those wno cater lor them is oest illustrated in the columns of thc pai>ers, and ii the proprietors of thc mtier are compelled to increase their spaco in order to be in a better po siticn to cope with thc-growing de- mand upon their resources, it is au undeniable sign, of progress all round. Cairas in tho past has had no reason to complain ton the score of its news- paper enterprise £ nor has there been any causó- why thc owners-of tho pa- pers-should'not feel gratified *at tho lu...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Publisher's Notice. The Cairns "Post." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

Publisher's Notice. The Cairns "Post." An Independent Journal of North Queensland. An impartial recorder ol current events, mining developments in the Far North, Agricultural, past- oral, social, ' shipping and geueral news. The "Post" has numerous and well-informed contributors in the various centres of -population throu- ghout North Queensland, and .'Special Correspondents' ' . iii the metroiwlitan cities,,of .the Commonwealth. Local- ly,- it ad\'ocates, in. the first place and all the time, , tho requirements of tíie district in which it is establish ed, the rich and . extensive territory known aa - tho fCairris Hinterland. Its'.'aim, from a political point of view, is to advocate the cause pf Sound .Progress, Just Government, Constitutional Liberty, and thc en- couragement of* Private Enterprise and Individual Effort. The ."Post" stands upon its merits as a "news-" paper, special care being taken to keep ; its readers well informed daily with regard to matters of interest in _th...

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MR. KIDSTON'S HOSPITAL "SCHEME." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

Mi{, KJDSTON'S HOSPITAL "" It is probable that if Mr.'Kidston MICW that tho recent parliamentary contrelcinpts*was about to come to luxas, he. would have delayed pro- pounding that '.'scheme" referred to uy the member for Cairns in his let- ter tu Mr. li. J. Overland, President oi the Cairns Hospital, which was read at the ru-'ent meeting of the Committee of that institution. That scheme, which was to be placed be- fore the Committee in order to see what they thought of it, was briefly outlined in the letter referred to, lt was not exactly what sumo people would call a# "sporting cller'- which was contained in Mi\ Kidston's sch- eme, but it was unquestionably such an offer as might be expected from the lalo Premier. First of all, the Conunittee were to "go/slowi" They were not to "gang forward" by leaps and bounds. Neither were tiley to do things all at once, They were to do them by halves t they were to erect their muoji-roquired new hos- pital on the instalment system, That may be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

Professional & Business Cards. MacDonnell, Henchman <V Hannam, Townsville, Cairns, and Herberton, SOLICITORS . AND NOTARIÉS PUBLIC. Commissioners for Affidavits, for the High Court of Australia and fop the Supreme Court of the whole of tho Commonwealth and Now Zea- land. i A. J. P. MacDonnell, Hi J. H. Henchman, H. V. Hannam,- E, I. Havard, H. K. N. MacDonnell. . ? Mr, L. W. Marsland, The founder of the firn of Marsland & Marsland, Charters Towers, Begs to announce that he has re- sumed the practice of his profes- sion, and has opened offices at IMPERIAL BUILDING?, Abbott and Shields Streets. Cairns. I Ede & Cogdon, ¡ SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTIST*. Permanent address : > Near Church of England, ABBOTT-ST., CAIRNS. Tunbridge, Tunbridge & Lynch ARCHITECTS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS, Townsville, Melbourne, and Spenee Street, Cairns. Arthur B. Polin, ARCHITECT. (Eaton, Bates and Polin) Architects, Municipal Buildings, Flinders Street, Towns...

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Political Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

Political Pars; I ,Our Charters Towers correspond- ent wired yesterday that the two Labor candidates . must: sign the 1907 platform. No Kidstonito need apply. Mr. George Jackson will be oppos- ed nt Ravenswood by a Labor can- didate, wires our correspondent. John May, the sitting Labor mem- ber for the Flinders is likely to have a walk-over. . .»». Mr. G. H. Pritchard or Sir' Ar- thur Cowley will oppose Mr; - Wil- liam Lennon- for thc Herbert. » * * . I . The. following Warwick telegram i was published recently in the "Cour jier*'-MT. Gunn, member for' Carnar- von, has published a'statement tp I his constituents that if he is in tho House on Tuesday he will vote aga- inst Kidston as a protest against" what he considers a grave blunder. He says the crisis has put him iii a very uncomfortable " position. He disagrees with Mr. Kidston's over- tures to the Labor party, and thinks that no i>nrty should swamp the Legislativo Council, asl Labor, fl in power, will have the same pri- ...

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TELEGRAMS. THE STATE ELECTIONS. BRISBANE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

TELEGRAMS. THE STATE ELECTIONS. BRISBANE, Sunday. I Mr. li. Philp,-on being seen to- night stated that the preliminary I work in' connection ; with the ' elec- : üions is proceeding apace. ..He would be unable to leave for his oon: slituoncy. for some days as it was necessary, that he should haye elec- tion- pnalters well forward in the Southern portion of the State before he leaves to contest his own seat. lt is rumored that Sir Alfred Cow- ley may contest the Burrum against Colonel Bankin, the Kidstonite sit- ting meinter. ; - . lt is staled that Mr. Cottell, of Nambour, will - be a candidate for Moreton in the Kidston interest.1 Information ..received in. Brisbane shows that Mr. M. Duffy, of Biuida berg, is likely to oppose Mr. . White for Musgrave.,-* Mr. G. Lindley is mentioned as . a probable candidate for Nundah.

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THE CLAVIOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

THE CIAVIOLA. ..... - There is. at present on view at thi Show-rooms ot.Mr. A. J. Draper agent for Palings, thc "Claviola' ? which is the latest and most artistic piano player on tho market, produc ing, in the opinion of the best musi . tians-, tlie nearest .approach to human íouch yet attained. The .name of this "wonderful invention is. derived from ."Clavier," the key-board of a piano. The instrument possesses 72 notes, tho full scale of six octaves, and is suited exactly to the perfect rendi- tion of classical music, thc additional notes being also very valuable in . tho reproduction of thc more modern compositions. The progress of the .ipiaho-plnying industry during the last few .voars has been something .wonderful, but it is claimed that in tho. Claviola has been attained thc acme of perfection. A striking im- provement is the pedalling apimratus By the gentlest pressure the pianis- simo effects are instantly obtained, and a delicate, dainty, human-like re- sult is possible to ...

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CAIRNS TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

CAIRNS TOWN COUNCIL. *Ä special meeting of the Cairns .Tower Council takes place to-mor- row night for the purpose of consid tering what instructions shall he given regarding thc raising of Abbott Street to conform with thc town plans in. reference to kprbing ano channelling in Abbott Street, from Spence 'Street to Wharf Street, also jthe concreting or asphalting bf thc footpath. The matter of kerbing and channelling *of Abbott Street front nge to the new -Post Office will also be discussed, and in connection - with this it is understood that thc Govern ment have agreed to pay half the to- tal cost of such .work.. > .

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A Terrible Fire. Town Nearly Demolished. BRISBANE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

A Terrible Fire. Town Nearly Demolished. BRISBANE, Sunday. I Tho Acting Deputy Postmaster-Gen- eral received the following telegram Ito-day from / the Postmaster at Longreach:-"A, disastrous- fire occur- red at 1 o'clock this morning. '[The whole of the promises from ¡Wtiitc's Hotel to Ellis' saddler's'shop have been demolished, including ..the p|rinci-. pal business places of ' thc town. 1 hud the post office bool«, letters, etc, ready for removal. The office had a miraculous escape. Twenty-two buil- dings wore destroyed. . , LONGREACH, Sunday. A disastrous lire broke out at mid- j night last night, and resulted in aearly tho whole of tho Northern sec- tion of Eagle Street being destroy od, only one hotel and. four business places being left standing. Thc fire originated in a workshop at the back of Mencham and Ley- land's establishment, and ,must have 'neon buming a considerable time be- fore, it was ."? discovered. ,On tho: arri-'.: ..ul, of itho. nrt^lighters, , Meachám jiñd ; t...

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NEW SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

NEW SCHOOL OF ARTS. ..'Thursday evening will mark thc Opáiing cereihony in connection with, tho - new School ol Arts, and a good musical programme is being arranged for, which' will include selections from thc Bennett Orchestra, Cairns Quartette Party, a viol if solo bj- Vic- tor Massey, lt is understood the ser- vices of Mr G. 15. McLauchlin, the well-known tenor, and. the Misses Stuart and Warien have also been ob- tained, and should the evening prove fine an enjoyable two and a hali hours should be spent at the Schoo! of Arts on Thursday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

Readers Please Note. . XMAS IS COMING. Just' cast your eye on the PANTECHNICON WINDOW.-. The latest continental post cards havo just arrived. COME EAKLY. ror Stationery, Fancy Goods, Tcys, etc., etc-, -The Pantechnicon" leads. Note the address and watch this space for developments. . : THE PANTECHNICON; j Abbott Street, .Cairns.! I Here is a Vast Difference In Goods at the Same Price ! Two pieces may look alike, and be th« same price; yet one may be worth more than the other. THE DEPUTATION OF THE MAKER" DECIDES THE DIFFERENCE . .' We Buy only from the Best Makers, Mon who have won a reputation, by carefully watchingevery detail of manufacture "and producing FABRICS WHICH» GUARANTEE SATISFACTION TO THE WEARER. ' . . SPECIAL VALUES IN OUR MANTLE SECTION.- : ' Qo Dr|/ I'AI)IES' CAMBRIC COSTUMES, Good Designs ; Kimona Qu Ulli B,ousß.'Smartly Cat Shaped Skirt, well finished, equal to I bespoke' garments. MAYERS LTD. PRICE-8/6. C_ OJ ( LADIES' WHITE LAWN COSTUMES, correct designs; well U...

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The Ocean of Life [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

The : Ocean of Life Very many considerations lead tu tho conclusion that life began in the sea, first as »Single cells, then as groups of cells held together by a se- cretion of mucilage, then asr filaments and tissues. For a very long time and until considerable complexity of tissue structure had developed, lowr grade marine organisms arc simply a hollow cylinder, ithrough which the sea water, carrying «mtriinent, stre- ams. But eventually thc body cavity becomes closed, as it is in all thc [higher types of lifo to-day.. Funda- mentally, however, the living cell is [something evolved to live in_ sea tva-, ker, and it is therefore not ,tso re- markable as it looks that the body fluid which bathes our .cells, in com- mon with those of all other animals. .^^"Lf.í^r il?;ts!r's,ti-- wtttciv thouuh not quite or tho aamo coDipobltioivma the ocean water,. ..of.to-dpy. Animal life appeared in the primitive celi ;ua 'dcr definite physical and - .'(Chemical conditions, and we can readily tutd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 2 December 1907

BRAND & DEYBROUGH, CLEVELAND FOUNDRY, TOWNSVILLE, Engineers, Iron and Brass Founders, Iron Shipbuilders and ^ Boatbuilders, Boilermakers, Coppersmiths. Y PATENT SLIP. ^ ' PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS' and ESTIMATES Boats Slipped up to 500 Tons. \ for every class of work. MINING. MACHINERY.-Stamper Batteries, Berdan Pans, Shoes,-Dies, Cams, &c *? t ». ' '. . S UGAR MACHINERY.-r-Vacuum Pans, Triple . E fleets, - Coolers, .Tanks, etc. ; *' ? ' i" " WELL-BORING PLANTS.-Digitstcrs.' Cleaners, Coolers, Scolders, etc' -Meat Preserving Plants. ' FOUNDRY WQRK.-Castings in Trod cr Brass ofall descriptions. - f STATION REQUISITES.-Sheep and Cattle Troughing. Sluice Valves for-Dams, "etc. REFRIGERATING PLANT.- - AGENTS-Stewart & Lloyd's, Ltd., Artesian Well-boring Tubes; large stock on hand. Also Piping and Boiler Tubes, etc. ~* ' - Stewart & Lloyd's Iron and Steel Plates-all sizes. Cundall, Sons, & Coy., Ltd., Gas Engines and Suction Gos Generating Plant, Oil E...

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