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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

A.U.S.N._CO., Ltd. K.OYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE. flpHE Steamers of the ahove Company are L intended to sail as under: Townsville Bowen Mackay .Rockhampton .Gladstone .Bundaberg 'Maryborough Brisbane Sydney Melbourne I Adelaide ÎAlbany Freemantle ^Geraldton {Cossack, and other West Australian ports Geraldton Mourilyan Cardwell Dungeness Towri'sville ARAWATTA, 19th Port Douglas Cooktown ^Thursday Island ¿Normanton Í Burketown . PALMER, TO-MORJtOW AÏAWATTA, TO-MORROW I .Transhipping n Keppel Bay. {Transhipping at Cooktown. ^Transhipping at Melbourne. Vor further particulars apply to THE HOWARD-SMITH LINE WEEKLY SERVICE from TOWNS- VILLE as under : MACKAY ROCKHAMPTON MARYBOROUGH BRISBANE SYDNEY MELBOURNE ADELAIDE ALBANY FREMANTLE GERALDTON PEREGRINE LEURA TYRIAN BUR WA H BARRABOOL FROM TOWNSVILLE Every SATURDAY. Fortnightly service from Sydney fo Western Australian Ports by the fine powerful passenger steamers GABO BUNINYONG KOXOOWARRA. WEEKLY PASSENGER AXD CARGO SERVICE FKOJI CAIRNS TO ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

BRIEFS. I Our Naval Brigade comes out on i top every time. Worth while com ! manding a corps like this. The Acting Naval Commandant thinks there is nothing to touch,them íin^he,\?^onyf^kb^í*to-"only^'í^r*t,Js that the state of public finances will not allow him to do more for them. In Townsville they rather surprised the natives-in more ways than one. The Band-master of the Kennedy Regiment thought thc bugler of the Brigade wanted a few lessons. Being of the large-hearted and good-natured order of humanity, he proffered his services to Mr Instructor Mudford. He took Mudford on one side and said, " Now look here, you know, I'll give him a few lessons in bugling if you like." It is said that he gave a start which landed him six feet away when the outraged Instructor replied: "Why, 'hang' your eyes, the man can'give you lessons." National Anthem to be sung at io o'clock at Caledonian Jubilee Bali. One disloyal member of the Ba Committee objected to this item and said that the Caledonia...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

CBAIfi'S FEVER MIXTURE S1LVERSTREAM SCHNAPPS Diamond Jubilee. QUEEN'S RECORD REIGN The Cairns Celebration WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY, JUNE 22nd, 1897. A .-. GRAND Procession Will bo formed ¡vt ll o'clock .i.m. at the Council Chambers, to bc followed by a Day's Festivities. A Monster Children's Treat Will be held, to which all the Children are cordially invited The Naval Brigade Will Parade. DECORATIONS WILL BE MADE THROUGHOUT THE TOWN DAY AND NIGHT. Sports, Pastimes, Feasting, Merriment. For Young and Old during the day. To be followed at Night by a Brilliant Pyrotechnical Display ! ! Introducing ;i Most Excellent Assort- ment of Fireworks ! Just Received from thc South, comprising BRILLIANT SUNS, ROMAN CANDLES, EXHIBITION ROCKETS, ROCKETS, JACKS IN THE BOX, DEBBLE DEBBLES, BENGAL LIGHTS, Making a Fine Display of Fireworks. ? Also, during the Night, A FEAST TO THE ABORIGINALS, Who will give A Grand Corroboree, and will be regaled with À Bullock Roasted Whole, (PRESENTED BY W. J. MUNBO,...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Woothakata Divisional Board. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Woothakata Divisional Board. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Board was hold on Tuesday, June 1st, in the Divisional Hall. Methlers present: Messrs Evcnden, (Chair- man), Cummings, . .Richards, Gieli*, Grogan, Dully, Wuson, and Kil- patrick. The minutes of the-previous meet- ings were confirmed on the motion of Mr Cummings, seconded ,hy Mr Grogan, The conespondence 'being read, the Inward was received and the Outward adopted on the motion of Mr Richards, seconded by Mr Cummings. The following correspondence waa then denk with :-From tho Northern ?Local Authorities Conference, for- warding" a photographed copy of the address to be pie.-enteil to Her Majesty, and a lettnr s-kiting they were milking :i small charge of 10s io each Local Aitthoiity pailicipating, to cover expfin-es, and asking the Board to forward ih.it amount at their rai liest convenience. It was |iro|ioseii by Mr Evenden and seconded by Mr Duffy, " That in as nindi as this Bonni had declined to juin in the address,...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

WHOLESALE COFF EE MER CHANT. GROWN AND MANUFACTURED BY P. R. LEWIS, AT MÜÜNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE ! TRY A TIN OF MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE AND YOU WILL ALWAYS ASK FOR THAT BRAND. ABSOLUTELY PURE AND CAREFULLY MADE. SOLD IN Llb. TINS, and No 2 IN 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residents of Cairns, Mareeba, Herberton, Mnntalbinn, California Creek, Tbe Tate, and settlers generally should ask for Louis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other.; Try One Tin .as an experiment. Tho grower and manufacturer pledges Mi word thnt there is no better matured or purer Coffee in the world than LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. THE :. GRESHAM .'. HOTEL ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS' MRS. BYRNE, Proprietress. rPHE Gresham Hotel is situated in tho centre of the main block in Abbott J- Street, adjoining Messrs Burns, Philp & Co. s business premises. PRIVATE AIRY PARLORS. LARGE COMMERCIAL ROOMS. Finest Brands of Well-known AYincs and Spirits St...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Doncaster Park Races. (I. E. FRETWELL'S), MULGRAVE POAD MULGRAVE ROAD. JUBILEE DAY JUNE 22.Ni., 1897. President-A. J. Draper. Esq. vice-Presidents -Messis J. Hansford, E. A, Milford, J. G. Fearnley, W. D. Hobson, T. S. Hope, R. W. Bate». Committee-Messrs \V. H. Swall ... W. J. Munro, L. Severin, J. Grimes, J. W.* Gordon, G. W. Le Vaux, W. Hanna, Neil McLean, and I. Fretwell. Judge-W. H. Swallow, Esq. Starter-Mr W. J. Munro. Clerk of the Course-A. Mestrez. Clerk of tho Scales-G. R. Mayers. Handicapper -W. J. Munro. ? Tu Stat» at ll o'clock. MAIDEN RACE, of 2 Sovs.; second horse to receive 10s from tho prize. - Six furlongs. Entrance, 2s (VI. To start at 11.40. U*X>1K*V BR*.CKUCT. handicay. ty «jj ^^ceptanoeisbii:'^r~^~r^- *. ? To start at 12.50 HACK RACE, of Xl 10s.; second hoKo 10s from prize. For all approved horses. Eni rance, 2s Gd, -LUNCH To start at 2.45. JUBILEE GIFT, of X'10, with a sweep of 5s for second horse ; handicap ; f ir all horses ; 1 j mile. Entrance. 7s 6d ; acc...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Robt. Sturt & Co, AUCTIONEERS, Land, Horse and Cattle Salesmen, . Land and Estate Agents 'Agents for Absentees, Accident Life and Fire Insurance Agents. Customs House and Forwarding Agents. Sharcbroker »nd Financial Agent». Valuators, &e. Sun Insurance Office. Standard Fire & Marine Insurance Co. N.Z. Phoenix Fire Otfiee. Manchester Fire Assurance Co. Mutual Life Association of Australia Secretary to Cairns Chamber of Conmerce. Cairns Fire Brigade Ik ird. Valuator and Auditor to Cairns Municipal TCooTííorCairiisAT V. 4 Mining Association.. Auditor Mulgrave Central Mill Co. Prompt Account Sales and remittances. A large stock of new and Second Hand Furniture always on. stock. Fibre Mattresses and Kapor: pillows made on the premises. ' Furniture bought in any- quantity »nd highest prices given thus avoiding expense of Auction Sale. Sale Yards-Lake-street Cairns. Auction Rooms-AbboLt-street Cairns. Greatest attention given to collection of house rents. ROBT STURT...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cairns Naval Brigade. THE TOWNSVILLE ENCAMPMENT. CAPTAIN DRAKE'S OPINION. SURPRISED AND PLEASED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Cairn Mattü Brigade. THE TOWNSVILLE ENCAMP- MENT. CAPTAIN DRAKE'S OPINION. SURPRISED AND PLEASED. The members of the Cairns Naval Brigade returned to Cairns from the Townsville Encampment on Thurs day last after spending a good time in the Southern pori. The Brigade have earned the encomiums of staff-officers and the public of Townsville gener- ally which were so generously bestowed upon them. On the Monday morning Lieuts T. F. Swallow, J. G Fearnley, and P.O. Brookman each took squads before breakfast, under the super- vision of Mr Instructor Mudford. The Townsville Naval Corps drilled by itself. After prayers had been read by Revd. J. Pike (Cairns Brigade Chap- lain), the recruits from thc Townsville and Cairns Brigades were drilled together under P O. Brookman, and the remainder of the Companies did skirmishing drill under Lieuts T. Swallow and J. G. Fearnley. Battalion drill and cutlass exercise filled in the rest ot the forenoon. On the 9th the two Brigades were inspected by th...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hospital Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Hospital Committee Meeting. The adjourned meeting of the Committee of the Cairns Ho'spial was held at IO a m. on Tuesday last. Present-Messrs E. A. Mil- ford (President), J. F. Hollis, N. McLean, D. Shepherd, Rev. Father Corcoran, A. Taylor, E. Henriques, G. R. Mayers, T. S. Hope, and C. Walsh. CORRKSI'O.NDKNCE. : - Included in the correspondence dealt with were the following letters : From Mr J. Hanford, manager of the Cairns Branch of Burns, Philp & Co., stating that his finn were giving the sum of £100 to charities in celebration of the Record Reign ol thc Queen, and forwarding £10 to the Cairns Hospital. On the motion of Mr Henriques, seconded by Mr T. S. Hope, a hearty, vote of thanks was accorded Messrs Burris,' Philp & Co. tor their handsome donation. From Mrs McKay, stating that during the time she had been a patient at thc Cairns Hospital, she had invariably received thc kindest of treatment and the best attention from the Matron. From Mr Harris, Hon. Sec. o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cairns Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 16 June 1897

Cairns Municipal Council. The ordinär)' meeting of the Cairns Municipal Council was held on Tues- day evening la»t in the Council Chambers. The following alder meu were in attendance :-Aid. J. Lyons.(President), K.' Aumuller, J. Hansford, G. F». Mayers, A. Taylor, ( and Lyne Brown, with tuc Town Clerk (Mr J. A. Bunting). MINUTKS. Tbe minutes of the two previous meetings were read aud confirmed, on the motion of Aid. Handford, seconded by Aid. Mayers. . - CoURESIMNDENCE. Included in thc correspoudeuca dealt with were the following : From John Mitchell, asking permission to transfer the sanitary contract to Archie Locke. Alderman Brown *. 1 thoroughly under- stood that «'hen thc coutnet was let it was specially .stipulated that no Chinaman should be employai. Mr Hansfori ; Quite right. Aid. Aumuller : The contractor's tender was 10s a week over the next one, and we accepted it because he undertook to employ only white labor. Aid. Lyons : I may tell you at once that the Archie Locke' r...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Telegraphic. Monday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 June 1897

Telegraphic. Monday's Sews by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ¡ BRITISH ARD FORBIOIf. London, .Monday. I Tbe Queen will grant audiences to the I Premiers and their suites to-day. President Kruger's reply to Mr Chamber ¡ lain U of a very conciliatory nature. He expresses a desire for peace and asks jor arbitration. It is understood that the Kastern Exten- sion Telegraph Oy. contemplate th* connection of Perth with South Attica. Sir Hugh Nelson,, interviewed in London, said that when Australia w*> federated, it would be easy to divide Queensland into three province.«, but that the present Separation movement was premature. The Colonial procession escorting the Premiers, started early to-day and formed up at St. Paul's Cethedral. The Colouial and Dominion Premiers will leave their vehicles and join the high State Officers who will receive the Queen on the steps of the Cathedral. After the ceremony the procession will reform in thc rear. Special services were held in the Churches yesterda...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 June 1897

Coming Events. , Summary of Event« advertís»! m the "Tust" will appear ander tliU twwltng each issue. Jurie 22 Queen's Record Reign Celebrations. June 22 Doncaster I'atk Races. . June 22- * Mareeba Turf Club Races. June 22 Caledonian Ball. June 25 Benevolent Ball. June 29 Public Service Examination takes place. June 29th I Tenders close for supply of sleepers for Cairns Railway. June 30th " Milky White," Divisional Hall. July 7th Special meeting Kingsborough Homeward Bound O.M. Co., at Mareeba. August 14th-.... Tenders close for purchase of Prynville.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEEDLESS ALARM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 June 1897

NEEDLESS ALARM. Whatever thc suffering which people undergo is moro physical than mental is a point not easy to decide, lt depends largely on the.nature of the disease, and the make-up of the individual. Experi- ence seem to show, however, that in one prevailing disease-indigestion or dys- pepsia, the two kinds cf suffering are very evenly divided, and both very great, the mental distress being chiefly due to the illusions and deceptions which attend it. For example, though dys- pepsia is solely an affection of the diges- tive organs, it has power to set up dis- orders in others which always alarm the sufferer, and often perplex his medical advisers. Theso symptoms or sequences may relate to the head, the heart, thè sight, tho hearing, the lungs, or to other organs or functions. Take an illustration or two. "In tho spring of 1891," says Mr Edward Tatham, "I fell into a low, weak state of health. I had a foul taste in niy mouth, and waa constantly spit- ting up a thick phlegm, My app...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 June 1897

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. June 17-Baratta, s., Captain Anderson, from Towsville. Burn-, Philp ic Co., « ?gents. Jnne 17.-Arawatta, s., Captain F. G. Lae, from southern ports. Passengers : Mesdames Hides, Grant; Misses Draper, Dohm, Scott, Thomasa ; Messrs Heid, Grant, Harvey, Macklin, Kapier, Bishop, E. Byrnes, Thomas, Clarke, Severin, Irons ; Captain Draper, Dr. Routh, and six in the steerage. Burns, Philp Sc. Co., agents. Jane 17.-Amur, a., Captain Mears, from the south. Adelaide S.S. Company, agents.

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BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 June 1897

BRIEFS. Why can Hunter never become a rich man, no matter what happens to bim ? Because his fortunes will always be more or less associated with the Paw- paw. If anyone fails to see this joke, all he has to do ÍB tn call round at Hunter's Preserving factory, when it will become instantly apparent to him. 'A clever show round at the Divisional Hall last week. When an ordinary sized lady can balance our Police-Magistrate on the end of a billiard cue and raise him a foot in the air with her thumb and fioier aha cannot be too alow. Dr. Harley could not-, understand 'why his really good entertainment did not draw. Well, we ean inform him. He blamed the weather and other things fur the poor attendance, but we know better than that. When a Company wildly plunges into advertising extravagances by inserting a two-inch advertisement once in each of the papers, it generally only gets a two inch house. A big crowd at Doncaster Park races to-morrow. Big fields and good racing bound to be the ord...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 June 1897

DEPARTURES. June lö.-Adelaide, s-, Captain W. H. Stewart, for Fort Douglas. Passengers: Mr Nutall, and one in the steerage. Walsh ti Co., agents. June 16.-Ellen, s., Captain Broadfoot, for Townsville. Walsh & Co., agents. Jnne 16.-Adelaide, s., Captain Stewart, for Townsville, via porte. Walsh 4 Co., agents. June 17.-Amur, a.. Captain Mear-, for the south. Adelaide, S.S. Co., agent». . Jone J 7.-Baratta, s., Captain - Anderson, for Towai-iU«, via porto. Rana, Phil-, at Co., agenta. . . ni Jone 17.-Arawatta, «.,- Captain F. G. Lee, for Cooktown. Passengers : Miss Fynn ; Mr W. B. Clark, and five in the steerage. Burns, Philp Sc Co., agents. June 19.-Arawatta, «., Capt. F. G. Lee, for the south. Barns, Philp ft Co., agents.

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MOVEMENTS, [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 June 1897

MOVEMENTS, The Palmer has gone south to be docked, her place being meanwhile taken by the Baratta. The Duke of "WestmUter, Q.R.M.S., for London, via ports, leaves Brisbane on thc 6th July. The Wodonga from the south is due here on Thus-day next.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 June 1897

A Crockery and Ironmonger)' Department will be added to our Cairns branch at an early date. The various lines are already ordered .Walsh & Co.. Cairns. TRY HUNTER'S PAWPAW FRUIT SAUCE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 June 1897

\ Tea.. Tea. Tea. SOCIETY AND MÄTTAGALLA. For a Fiire Kefrealiini; Leverage unsurpisscd ; ÏRV ElTHKIl OF AllOVK. .... / WALSH & Co., AGENTS. PERKINS & CO-'S J " Célebrateaxxx Ale] Tlie Purest 'aril liest --Al«' in* the Culomès*. J" ' 'No Snellcd Heady.. Ask for .mri nw.Hint I '\ ' you'jct it. Try it ami ever after yon I ' will Drink No Other. I r l'.. , WALSH & Co., SOLE .AGENTS, j \

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Newtown Sensation. SUFFERED FOR NINETEEN YEARS. A SUPPOSED INCURABLE CURED IN TWO MONTHS. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS AGAIN VICTORIOUS — AFTER HOSPITALS PRONOUNCED A LADY INCURABLE — THE AWFUL EFFECTS OF RHEUMATIC FEVER — A HUNDRED AND FIFTY PEOPLE WATCHING HER— A BRIGHT AND CHEERY PERSONALITY — WHAT SHE SAYS ABOUT THE PINK PILLS. From the " Australian Star." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 June 1897

A Newtown Sensation. SUFFERED FOR NINETEEN TEARS. A SUPPOSED INCURABLE CURED IN TWO MONTHS. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS AGAIN VICTORIOUS - AFTER HOSPI- TALS PRONOUNCED A LADY INCURABLE - THE AWFUL EFFECTS OF RHEUMATIC FEVER - A HUNDRED AND FIFTY PEOPLE WATCHING HER- A BRIGHT AND CHEERY PERSONALITY - WHAT SHE SAYS ABOUT THE PINK PILLS. From thc " Australian Star." Tlie truest of axioms remarks that there is no smoke without fire, and whenever the public talk in warm and appreciative terms of the benefit they have derived from the use of some specific, 'there is always certain to bc clear and honest evidence behind to prove these words. Hearing in special of a local cure which lind, amongst numberless others, been effected by the use of Dr. Williams' 1'ink Pills for Pale People, a reporter was despatched to the residence of thc patient in question to personally investi- gate the case. Mrs Evans is the lady's name, and her house is situated at No. 105 Mary-street, Newtown, lic-ir St. Pete...

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