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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 February 1884

R. J. GORTON, i'oruierly of Townsville, Palmor, aad Hodg :;kin*->u Goldfields, - GENERAL DRAPER, &C, AB3QTT-STRE£?; CAI2&2ff£'. Ia;U!..^lkîng the residents of..Cairns siul district. for . their "liberjl $upport,; begs j to ..ií'snrc^íhei'o that his oor.stsint :uni will bo'to retain their patronage hy selling .lt thc LOWEST POSSIBLE BATES, i .. . . and .hy .keeping . * ONLY. FIliSTX'LASS GOODS, ùupj-n-tèd direct from houses that cannot be excelled fur style and óiiálity. ; * " ' ; -From au experience'of 18 years as a draper ito ; Queensland^ 'It.-. Jr - G.. is"" thoroughly ac- quainted with-tho remiireuients of;" the Xorth.' ' , ! '..', * EVEEYTUINiGr CONNECTED WI TU THE TK.VDIC IN ;STOCKAND ., . , TO. "AKÏIIYE. . ; ? A large'and ratiíd' Rtöcfc' of Stationery, Account and School Booka, Tobaccos, Cigars. Pipes*. Fancy Goods, ic. ia stock and to The QTTEEXSLAKDKIC imiV other" Colonial '.' ' Newspaper's always on sale. . Fl. J. GORTON, NEXT TO MIXING EXCHANGE HOTEL MI...

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A Great German City. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 February 1884

A Great Cfôruiau City. SOME «w xne UIHAI«-AIT»«T.-B THAT EXIST »UK».' A P£KHO>" KNOWS TOO MUCH. OF tlie nan}- obnoxious ppople in this world Í think it w.uihl be hard to find one moro deserving of being sat dowtà on than the person who has too much information, lt's in ha:can nature to dislike peovde who know more than we do, anyhow, and when Hie offensive UJi-s in insists on scattering his infor- mation promiscuously around he be- comes an object of reprobation to all within his range. Yet the verj best of us fall into the base habit of imparting superfluous information to our fellows. Toa wouMii't think that a man of my irreproachable character would bring down on himself the hatred of hin .com- rades by the an-jiiui;)tion of universal knowledge, yet such is the case. I think, tho worst time I ever was caught bv tho indulgunco in thin déplorable vi ¿o waa or»co who» filing from ftrunnelH to O..I..K..«. Tl... tr.ii. .«.»«. l>«;v»--»>' ab*ut midday, if I remember rightly au...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 February 1884

Loi al Items, Mr. "and Via. H. T. .Hartley and family °re expected to retara to. Cairns by "tte mail steamer to-day, af ter jfi "sojourn of nearly three months in tho South. it is çotiGçd irTtho" Gov mn MINT QA rETTE'^tKtt ÍTÍO special'leases 01 wharf ri'tiis on Trinity Inlet will be offered for sale," hy tho Government auctioneer, cn the 13ta Pfoiiin/y. " The upset "arnual rental is fixed fcfrJES eacfc- ~" "- ?? ' j ? It is reported that some pine logs have de-tended tho Barron Eivér, and passed 07or the falls without any serious damnge. Kow th.e cedar is faring it is JiBciîit to s-scerbtin, as pwig to thi state of the "creeks and roads reliable ^formation L~ unprocurable. A. f.roclomation appears in thc OOTEH» MXMT GAZETTE reserving cancelled s.-lection No.: 132, 'paton? district, on the Bussell Bj.verJ fora township.' The rjea if thc re- serve is 09-1 acres, and Í3 situated on the right hp-nc of the river, about eight mjles ir'cra jj? mooth. .Tho E.ov, G. E. F. ÏJohbs is cipccted...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 February 1884

. THE NEW HAVEN HOTEL, ABBOTT-STREET; CAIRNS MICHAEL FLANAGAN   Has the pleasure to announce that the above hotel is now open with every comfort and convenience.                         None but the best articles will be used in Ales, Wines and Spirits, and every   '^¿iti&vhiairvili to afford the comforts of a Home to Visitors. .BB Firstfjasá s¿a¿>lin«r and secanyárJs. " '* '1 : ? The Australasian Steam Navi-   gation company.   . i- Tko company's-steamers le«vc this port ,,. evWy .Thursday i for Northern Porte, and > .eyer j Saturday evening f«r Southern Torte, í .For fares and rates ot' freight apply at the *' 'pnmgÊ&y't o\ni office'at wharf. " " ' '.' i'';viftwsV'PHIli aid CO./Luiiitod. ''-.y ^..nVSBi'SA.- - Z£US,"^Captain Innes,^ ~ . JLf lasare* the wha...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 28 February 1884

DEPÄETORES. ..? : .. I February 21.-Kaj^riihe, C.B., Ckpt. Ar» ,Btronç,' for " Cooktown. Patóengt-rs-^S ii. Fubruary21.-Warrego, s.n.. Capt. Phillip«, for Cébfetown. P¿'c"¿a¿er-Slr": T. -V.' S. . Bnrneu.,-':.;.* "'" .'. February 23.-Katoomba, s.s., Capt. Arm- strong, for Sydney, via Brisbane and ports. Passengers-Mr. R. A. Kingsford, and 1 in steerage.         ' r-Fubf úarv JX-^Warrego,s.a..Capt.Phillipa. . -»Til ail.. 9,C^jor;4'yá-Í!'a&e.' yj ' £ in "ateerago. " ".*-*. ' February SC.-Victoria, BA. Capt. 3I«In .iosh, fer Port Douglas. Passenger-Rev. iír. Webber.

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M., and R. J. Gorton, Esq., J.P.) February 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

Courts.-' '?;'|ti »; rOLICE COURT.' (Before W. R.' O. Hill, ' Esq., T.Af.j and Tl. J. Gorton", E.iq., 3.V.) February 29. ; Christoper v. Fax-SuniuioiiB for neglect- ing to jiay wages claim J;i) lia Sri. Verdict for plaintiff for JEC Oa 2d. No costs allowed. Fox v. Freeman.-Plain tiff summoned de- fendant fur assaulting liiui m thc liillinrd room of the Koyal Hotel, of which he ia pro- prietor. Defendant pleaded not guilty.* Mr. Milford nppeared for.plaiutiff. After much evidence of a conflicting character had lwen taken, tho Bench inflicted a fine of ls, and costs amounting to £2 13s lOil. Schmidt v. 'Levin.-Plaintiff ' summoned defendant for illegal dotention of pro]iorty valued at ¿15 Mr. Milford appeared ou behalf of plaintiff. This case arose out of a gambling transaction, in which p'.'iintiff lost money to detehdiuit, and : then '. produced some watches upon which to raise money to gamble with. Defendant's defeneo wus that plaintiff sold him the watches and produced a reteilt f...

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OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

*¿~¿* OFFICE BOOBS.' A Telegraph office open from 9 a.m. tai 6 p.m. daily (Sundays excepted). : . -.; Post Office puen ftqnj 0 a,in, till 6 pjn.j Sundays 9 tfll lt) aan, - Money Order Qffiee open from IQ a.m. tül Ag^I-l^P^yB IQ a-m. till 12 poon,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

E O S P E , C T US. CM juait. Msg Co. (LrMITKD). ' ' ' ' I PROVISIONAL liOAltD- « D. PATIENCE {Burns, Philp and Co,) W. POPPLE (Popple and M'Coonib) ? S. L. LOEVEJff E> J- JGOETON. . E. H. SOUTHEEDEN (Southerdcn, Hook ' .and Co.) 1 ! JL A. WALL {Wimble and Wall) ; í Treasurer W. C. SMITH (Queensland National Bank) 4 Acting" Secretary- " : T. K. S. HOOK. ; Considering- that various reels aa th« Lower Mulgrave Goldfield are showing out well, it is time suitable- irachinery was placed on the ground in order that tho field may ba properly developed, and tho claimholdera (who are simply waiting, for machinery) reap benefit, und be encouraged to continua working. Besides the direct benefit to miners and others interested in the claims, Cairns will gain l>y tho traffic resultiug from the' open- ing lap of a piwAliks iix'Jd. When tito (nhulta I *.» ?n.-Ui.K. fruin «UUnit mow lu lumd «.»«. known tliuru will, without Utmut, AMS otliur reefs taken up, leading to iminediato sefctle ' ment...

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TIMES OF CLOSING, AND RECEIPT OF MAILS. DIRECT MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

DIRECT MAILS ïlerberton j ßoldsborough STi¡nBSDj|T» \ Townsville îl'î s ' - . - - Bo\yea - -".-..!." ? -,¡., ,. plaekây ?*v" " *"" ' '"'* Rockhampton ISATIÍWDÁT ri*' Pladstona > S>ATUSI>AT, 7 ?*. -Vm^mtùr^è . V . - h:--i ¿í k i i * ¿ l Syimcy " - Melbourne-? - - ? sj £ ji¿ r^3?ggt and Telegraph Master.

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] HERBERTON, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

i LATEST BY WIBE. . [FBOMtO"UE 0W3Ï COBBESPOXQSKT,! . HERBERTON. MARCH 4. A powerful and Influential Progress Association, was formed here last night. The principal object nf the Association is to - sce-uro "un ¡tod »<>erari~in this dis- trict ta support the Government in its decision ou thé route ' to be taken by tho railway,- ?' ' .' ' : LG VJIPiE, MARCH 5. .The Wilmot Extended and Ell.n Harkins claims continue to yield tre. mendous patches of splendid specimens.

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

Cable Messages. (FKOM OCK OWN COHUESrOXDEXTS.) . Europcàa Maws. . XONDON. MATCH 4. " A stnbbórrily contested engagement has Leen fought between ;the British force under General Graham and the Arab insurgents. --After a severe battle the Arabs were "routed" with1 great slaughter. The Arab cavalry fought with desperate bravery. The British loss numbered 140, whilst that of the insurgents amounted to 15,000. \ " General Graham followed up his suc- cess, marched on".to Tokar.. and relieved the garrison of that, place, -which hud succeeded in holding out against the besiegers until his 'arrival. ' . Among the casualties of the British in the first ' engagement are Baker Pasha and -Colonels Burnaby and Hur rawe, all of whom wereseveriy wounded, ' Another battle is daily expected to take place. " ' ' '" * : j;"No clue has yet been obtained to thc perpetrators of the recent explosion bv infernal machines at Victoria station.

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

SYDNEY, Muten 5. A great disturbance occurred at Newcastle on Sunday night at tho close of thc Salvation Army services. During tie fighting a policeman who was trying to restore order was nearly killed. ' A terrible occurrence has taken place at Chariiii's O'rcus'at Albury ; One of the tigers of the menagerie attacked » lad and ncarlv killed him,, tearing his i scalp in a frightful mam laav . _ . m -, i "William Silva, who attempted to ! murder Mary Powell by shooting her, has been sentenced to five years' un i.prisonment. ' , I The youth Deenan .has been found guilty of shooting constable Hodgkin son and sentenced to death. A recom- mendation to mercy w.ts added to the sentence on account of prisoners yonth, he being only IS yenni of age. Primrjse, clerk in t'.ie Federal Bank, has been sentenced to live yearns ¡ im- prisonment for embezzlement. At the East Sydney election Fur dekiii, the working man's candidate, ! defeated. Bcid, Minister for Public I Instruction, by 400 votes.

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Brisbane. BRISBANE, FEB. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

BRISBANE, FEB. 29 Ja answer to a question nut by" Mr, Hamilton in the House, the. Colonial Treasurer last night! stated' that ; no dredge would be available for either Cooktown or Cairns until two' new ones »re built. T.hat when thoy are built the Cool; ports may haye one whon it oan be spai^d' No . stops will bo taken for the construction of ' these fresh ( dredges until next session. y . MARCH 1, The Government refuse to make any gsanf towards" repairing the damage caused by flip recent hoary mm t<51"« CaiCTsJler.bortQo-^ad. ' . M^Boit 4. Tho .Election« ' and Qualifications Committee have unseated F. A. Cooper, and declared J. Hamilton andT. Camp bell the duly elected members for CooL No award *» to costs baa boen nade. MASCH 5. ' Mr. T. Campbell took the oath and ?his «at for Cook ia the Assembly last night . The decision in this case is considered fair, and uo sympathy is expressed for Cooper, Mr. James Campbell has boen re- turned unopposed for Aubigny. It is anticip...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1884. Our Members. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

_TirUESDAY, MA ECU G, I8S4: ' (^uf Members. j Tin: members to represent, the district of Cook in the Legislative Assembly secm"at"la3t to be definitely decided upon, and the mere fact of, knowing for certain who oiir ' representatives are carries a sort of consolation with it for being deprived of a member wltose política were after our own heart. Thc Cook has not boen "fortunate in jits recent attempts to elect legislators, and has pursued a course quite original ind different, to the rest of the colony. First of all the polling was postponed, until after all the'other elections, |be causc it was found there ? were too few votera "on * tho roll. "When this slight oversight .had been. rectified and two members . had been returned in the Conservative .ipterest, tho I/iboyals suddenly alleged there were too many voters who had polled. The Cook was thus again thrust into the dark as to who. were ultimately to be its members, 'f he Elections and Qualifications .Com- mittee have now come...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

R. J. GORTON, j Formerly of Townsville, Palmer, anti Hodg- kinson Goldfields, GENERAL DRAPER, &C" ABBOTT-BTSSET, CAIBBS. ' In thanking- tho residents of 'Cairns ond district for their liberal support, bega to unsure them that his constant aim will be to retain their patronage by selling at thc LOWEST POSSIBLE KATES, . and by keeping ONLY F1UST-CLASS GOODS. imported direct from houses that cannot be excelled for style and quality. From an exi>crienco of IS YCuroas a draper in Queensland, li. J. G. Li thoroughly ac- quainted with the requirements of the North. EVERYTHING CONNECTED WITH THE TRADE IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVE. A largo and vsried stick of Stationery, Account awl Sjhool l»rx>l:s. Tobaccos, Cigars, Pipes, Fancy Uoods, &c, in stock and to arrivo. The QT7r*KRT..«wi>Ktt rvti'l otner Colonial Newspapers slways on sah\ R. J. GORTON, NEXT TO MINING EXCHANGE nOTEL THE BEE HIVE MILLINERY, OUTFITTING, AN1> BOOT ANO SHOE WAREHOUSE. WV P. WALKER bega to announce...

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Little Lucy Perkins. The KIND OF STORY THAT FALLS INTO THE EDITOR'S [?] WHNE THE LEAVES TURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

Little Lucy Perkins. ?l j ini mut ow STOMT "THAT TAIM mo ù ..- th KpiTOB'a Bàjictvu wires THK HÜTTS nar, " I» tl«« the literary editor ?" , Tho horse re[>orter looked np »nd discovered a Touug lady standing in thc doorway. " íío, Madame," he replied, ."the literary editor in at present en 'gaged in thc construction ot an elabo trate critique ot the 'Trotting »nd Pacing Record.' I suppose you hure »» original story, written on white paper aud tied with a blue ribbon, con- cealed somewhere about j our person, j »nd want tlie literary editor to review ; - "Ten, sir," replied thc young lady. " I bare written ft story »nil mamma thinks it id very good." .*!? theiv anyth'ug in it about the leaves turning to golden and the velvety green of tho leaves now looked sore nnd brown ? Because- if there is it won't do. .-.The season for brown-mantle-of-Oe v»v(fc»r-re»<t.i>K-on-tho-liill«-and-leaves I hiawrmng golden storic* ii« nbout jit ait f end.' "Wo have got to carry over to ....

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

v ODDS AND ENHS. , "William: Edington Armit, of Cooktown,' journalist, lias boen adjudged insolvent. I Xlie F>0K3t>OO. lJUtî»110l£ ol uie UOUET^A.I lmvtj left Gibraltar for Alexandria to reinforce the British Harrison there. * j ,-Mr. Arhur Wellesley Peel, Liberal mcn: bcr for Warwick, has been elected to snccccd Sir" II. Brand as Speaker of tho House of Commons. . , During a heavy storm nt Tambo, on the 26th ult., the'brfdge of á pole tent belonging' to the telegraph contractors fell,upon and. killed a man named Kienan! Moore. \ , A forward movement by a British force of one thousand troops was made from Trin kitat on the 20th ult. . A fort previously held by the insurgents has been occupied. A great battle was reported to be imminent. Tho motion passed by the Legislative As- sembly, approving of the Annexation resolu- tions adopted by tho Sydney Convention, was moved by Mr. Griffith and seconded by Mr. B. D. Morehead. , The Chancellor of the Exchcquor has an- nounced the int...

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents.] DIVISIONAL BOARD ELECTION. (To the Editor of THE CAIRNS POST.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

Correspondence.. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for Jhe opinions of our correspondente.] PIVISIOXAI. BOABD BLEOTION. - (To the Editor of TUE CAnras Póar.) { | SIR,-In your issue of February 21st, I saw a ruragraph.ealling' attention .to it being the. day of polling and, warning, ratepayers to * have" their ballot papers posted by 4 o'clock' that eTenjng. I presume that every rate- payer is entitled £o ft ballot-paper. Well, I tim a ratenaver., but I got nu bal}otrpaper, heneo my"reasqn for encroaching an your space. ' I wrote'to the clerk- of the Cairns divisional Board stating thakl had received hone, and asking the reason why, hut no answer has been sent ma. - I haye always paid my rates,, nni| I consider ^enriying me pf my ffttg^epjíyesmeóf my right Being ¡leprived of m'y yc,te I think I hayp no right f î p:iy aujjj-ates^nordo I intend ta do go for 1Ü8-1.'! Iniñiy opinion"returning a member Jo thit pjyigionîp. P¡oafd is equally aa impor- tant for the'district as ek-ptiug a...

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Parliament. SPEECH OF MR. HAMILTON [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

j Parliament. SPEECH OP MK. HAMILTON DUKING a disc uss io ti in the L*-gwlative As- sembly, on thu 22nd Tilt., on the recent changes in the Commission of the Peuce, Mr. Hamilton took occasion to draw attention to the manner in which certain Justices of the Peace in'the Cook District had been treated and also to generally review the vindieitive policy of the Government since ita accession to power. The following extracts are from Mr. Hamilton's sjieech as reported in HAU- SA KD : Mr. Hamilton said that, although some 6: the charges made against the Minis'.ry had been answered, some hal not " been ' satis^ factorily rebuted. It wai the duty of the Opposition to criticise, and fearlessly' ex- pose anything wrong they saw in the conduct of the Ministry ; and if they failed in that duty they would be un .vorthy of their posi- tion. The charges they had: made were straightforward, tangible ones, and if untrue could be rebutted. They did not, as tlie pre- sent Government" did when in oppos...

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Revenue and Exports. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 6 March 1884

Kuvouueaud Exports. THE following are the Customs reyetjue col- j lections ant^ e^gorta fi,r .tija past month. ' The .revenge .recpip^ compared wi^h fhQse collected for the same period of 1883 BIIOWS the increase of ^outh3^paatrtO"b1îi'\çêlt ñjain tained,s-i *'.^''~JGB9l!<y!tS ÍBSVENU»; v-.- - J- ' Monfh of February, 1S8-1 ... £709 ll'8 I pitto,;iq93:- ... ... 379 13 - ^ajaaa^ ,., £»9-18 J.j .»n-** *"-.'* XXCOItTBV- jSÍ" r"" Month of February. 18&k T . . . (Tin ore, 87 tons, value ' '£ »75 0 o ,Sii(5ir.SS tons, ", '.' . ... 1850 0 0 ims^sai i RnsV ' » '"" ... " '?w> o o .Hides, 142 . ,. ..." ¿3. i) Û îTâirow^;** 7 . - . io o o . >-;" Total :.: - \:. - .,. ¿0733 0 0 On Sutnrdajf kat Moates. Gjray, Jackson, and C. Walsh left Port Dçq^las^as 4 denta- tion froth thal town, tc. interview the Govr prnment on'" this' subject of the Herberton poast midway, ant ti fi J and prove: that thi^t ja.the best.point pf J.eiprtur.g foc'ihepro riied line." So doubt Ü¡ei wiÜ be...

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