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Fashions for the Mere Man. [?]ATS, COLLARS, AND BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

Fashions for the Were Man. HATS, (JUJLL.AKS, AND BOOTS. 'ine grey felt bowler, hat is one ot thu most iasmonablc hats! to wvur.ab «..to pui-Mut munumi, writos u iiris uuuu contributor. This hal, unlike Lue grey, .topper'¿ and. me grey suit felt hat, has not a bjaes. oauü i um buna snoulu pc ol' a trine lighter î ¿tay 'than tho bat itself. (rue gieen xiiVL Homburg hat is much in vogué. . jiany men in town arc .wearing, the uuublc collars cut in such a .way mut thc outside luid of tue coliur uoes not come right down lo thc euge. A collar, of this Kind, shows as much ot' the ties as would bo seen Í¿ the collar were a *' wing or a plain sticKrup, These quaint double collars are supposed -to be a, trille smarter, than tho ordinary double collars. The idea is a Continental tuc. Thc ordinary douhlc collar, 'with.points meeting .close .together, is n much smarter collar. I It «s impossible that there should [bo^ many changes in the styles o I boots and shoes, but there is a dis- tinct* fash...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

Here is a Vast Difference In Goods at the Samé Price ! Two pieces mav look alike, and be the same price; yet ono moy be worth more than the other. THE REPUTATION OF THE MAKER DECIDES THE DIFFERENCE ~ ?We Buy only from the Best Makers. Men who have won a reputation by carefully watching every detail of manufacture and producing FABRICS WHIÇH GUARANTEE SATISFACTION TO THE WEARER. . SPECIAL VALUES IN OUR MANTLE SECTION. . flo fifi I SADIES'? CAMBRIC COSTUMES, Good Designs; Kimona Oo OU 1 Blouse' Smartly Cut* Shaped Skirt, well finished, equal to I bespoke garments. MAYERS LTD. PRICE-8/6. JV OJ [LADIES' WIHTE LAWN COSTUMES, correct' designs; well ÖS UU 1 ^d0.. smart Goods, worth 8/6 anywhere, but at MAYERS , I LTD where you can buy at 5/3, 1o ü lri f SPECIAL VALÜES HT JAPANESE , SILKS.-57 Pieces extra IQ-^oQ-l quaUty Japaneso; Silks, 23 inches «ide; any Ehade you like « V beautiful. i*rmanoñt dye, easily worth 1/11. .Í. - i " - MAHERS LTD. PRICE, 1/4J yd. -12/6. V ^MAYERS LTD. PRICE; x/...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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THE MARCH OF PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

vi - THE MARCH OF PROGRESS. ; , Thero was a time not very long ago cither when gentlemen desirous of heilig dressed in thc latest and most fashionable garments thought it ne- cessary that their clothes should bear the imprint ot a Southern Tailor in or der to be good, well-cut, ami up-to date in every particular. Of course they had to pay dearly for thu priv- ilege bf getting.their clothes cut by the Southern man, because the ex- penses of a traveller lind to be paid for out of the profits which the Sou- thern firm made, and travellers can- not go flying through the country more especially in North Queensland, tho country of magnificent distances upon nothing a tiny. ^Messrs. Majors Limited intend to alter all this. If gents want n decent, good-fitting, ?well-finished Tailor-made Suit of Serge or Tweed they can now he sup- plied at this i up:to-date progressive establishment. Tho Snits ore well cut, first-class finish, padded and nuilted shoulders, vests cut high in the prevailing m...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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EIGHT HIGHEST OFF RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

; EIGHT HIGHEST OFF RIFLE. | I i Lean .97 Barrell.............¡.. 94 I - , Wolf!. 94 noare. 92 i MacDonnell . 90 ??.Cir. Aumuller. 89 ?>i "rhillips.. 87 - - O'Brien. 87 Total 700. average 91.25. ........ Dean's score- - 200yds-5554545-33. -. 500yds-5354555-32. 600yds-5555255-32-97.

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About Gurrumbah. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

About Gurrumbah. "Prospector," writing to the 'Post' from Gurrumbah on the 6th, sends some information on mining in that district. He writes: The Adelaide, with her poor large surface lode, has five men' employed. The Boulder has thirteen men- pros- pecting. They are sinking on a large formation, with good prospects of striking something good. The Village i Blacksmith is raising very good ore. ' The Globe hos closed down; she has got very hard, poor, and small. The 'Frisco has .been closed down for some time. The Marjorie has a couple ol men_pr.ospectinK,»her. There are »um-: .lM>r».-áÍia<HÜKn > too ?nuínbtóu^t»3teu>is£ ignored; If >thc holders of these leases were made to work them, or their leases cancelled, and allow others to work them, there 'might be a future for Gurrumbnh. The eyes of most, of thom arc picked out, and no more prospecting done, and no ono is al- lowed to touch tgem. A word about our school: I must say all credit is due to the school- mas...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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CASUALS.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

J' CASUAXS;-ist-Innings. .Irving, c Leary, b Lewis ............ 2 Draper, l.b.w., b McManis 10 James, c Lewis, b McMnnis .¿.- 1 Atkinson, run out .,:.......;......;....r. 22 Aumuller, c and b Lewis . 16 Oxley/-c Archibald, b Lewis ......5 12 Crouch, c. LcarjV b =Lewis 12 Whinham,. c Fcaso, ; b Lewis .........., 13 Kemp, I) Lewis 0 Handley, not out .? ll. Hanno.vsec, c Lewis,-b-Forbes . 4 Sundries. 6 Total.¿."...............,..; 123 Howling.-Lewis six ipr,.61, McMa- nis two for 31,-Forbe3 ono for 85.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

PERFECT EEATTO . / aro spoiled by imper/ect teeth. The prettiest mouth loses ita chaim ii some teeth are missing and others are discolored or decayed. It is possible to have PERFECT TEETH They are daily made so at our S UROËRY OTJB SYSTEM.OF DENTISTRY , is the most successful and satisfac- tory.- All patients are highly pleased with the quality of our work. Y ; " " A. W. McMANiS,!-. (tAte of Sydney), ABBOTT STREET CAIRNS. , DRESSMAKING MRS. E.' C. HACK (late of Towns- ville) begs to - advise the General Publie that she has started busibess as Dressmaker and guarantees every satisfaction. . - For foll particulars apply to Mrs. Hack, Sachs-street, Cairns." Queensland Boarding House and Restaurant. SPENCE STREET, CAIRNS j F Opposite J. L. -Rheuben's. H, I.TZCTE MCINERNEY, .Proprietress. Every Comfort and Convenience, A Trial Solicited. ^ THOMAS GRIFFITHS TIMBER MERCHANT, has also . in .stock handles for all purposes, in c'uding miners and navvies' axe, adze, and broom, now made on thc ...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Mt. Garnet Notes. (From Our Correspondent). MT. GARNET, 6th Dec. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

Mt. Garnet Notes. (From Our Correspondent). MT. GARNET, 6th Dec. During thc week Messrs. A. Over end and J. Beid, directors pf the Mt. Garnet Tin Sluicing Cp., visited the property of tho company at'Glut- ton's Gully. It was decided to. make several alterations in the plantat an carly date, and move to the ground further up the gully. Mr. West, the manager, leaves for the South short- ly to procure additional plant, and sluring his absence sluicing will be suspended.; The School Committee haw decided to give the children a dance and Xmps tree on the occasion of their breaking - up for the holidays on the 13th inst. Mesdames Fenwick and Exelby can- vassed the town for subscriptions and were very succepsfu). Amplp funds were collected ipr thP ' pur-chase of toys to deck out tho Xmas trep. Lately this town has been a mass, of subscription collectors; and' so per-. sistent aro they that therqi are not enough corners in the town to dodge round and avoid a / disbursement. However, Xmas on...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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News from the Country. Notes from Nelson. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

News from the Country. Notes from Nelson. (From. Our Correspondent). Before proceeding with my tit-bits of correspondence this week I wish to oiler my congratulations to your val- uable journal on ils enlargement, and wish it every possible success. A1.meeting was held on Friday even- ing- as Cannon's Hall for the purpose of holding sports on New Year's Day. Mr. H.. Draper presided. A strong committee was formed to carry out all arrangements, with Mr. J. H. Smith as secretary, and it is little doubted tho affairs will bc a success. Tho Mulgrave Variety Entertainers met on Saturday night last with the object of submitting a financial state- ment as the result of their entertain- ment in aid of thc Ambulance. «There was a certain amount of expense in the inauguration, and subscriptions amounting to £5 2s were collected from the various cane gangs; also £4 10s was donated l.'y the Mulgrave bachelors as the result of a surplus from their ball. All accounts were TÛfewë. srçretarj^-w&...

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Our Miscellany. Jules Vernes Last Scientific Dream. [FROM THE SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER.] [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

Our Miscellany. Jiües.Vernes Last Scientific , . Dream. . [r¿oji.niE SAN FRANCISCO EIAMDJIB.] Jules-Verne was a novelist and to some extent a prophet. His final prophecy is em- bodied in a séries ot noUs, a kind ot skele- ton novel.. This was found among his effects after death and has found iU way to the press for publication. " BOSTON-LIYEBPOOIi PNEUMATIC TUBES COMPANY." This was the Bign that I read with incredu- lity as I stood before the pretentious marble entrance to what appeared to be a subterra- nean hall.' I knew it was subterranean be- cause an elevator within the entrance rose periodically to the level on which I stood the street level-and then decended with tha load of passengers, to rise thus far again an'd no further. Colonel Fierce, of Boston, U.S.A., was my .compauion. He took me hy the arm and said, pointing to two enor- mous cylinders one on either side of the ele- vator Bbaft : " This is the elevator to the station." The American inventor conducted me into the ca...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

CanrYöu Spare a ï?èimy$ .Then send us a Post'Card asking for our CATALOGUE, a completo " Guide to ECONOMICAL FURNISHING. ...r( Our largo connection enables us to ofTer you " THE' THINGS, YOU'VE BEEN WANTING," at Prices which are not obstado to' your securing them., ."? .? " . ' 1 When you've got them, you've got th e BEST. You can purchase as easily from us as you can from tho Storekeeper in your own town-but you'll get tho benefit of a larger and more varied stock, which country Houses cannot*possibly offer. ............... .., , .. DUCHESS CHESTS--25/-, * 30/;- 40/, and upwards.^ DOUBLE BEDSTEADS-35/-, 40/-,-45/-. 50/-,- 60/-, 80/-, and upwards. - CHAIRS-*/-, 6. 5/6, 6/-, 7/6. TRITTON'S, .. Brisbane GEORGS STREET COMPLETE FURNISHEE GEO. WILCOX & CO., Townsville. ""'''"CasK Buyers" Marsupial Skins, Hides, Sheepskins, Tallow,, Wool, Heir, Horns, Donee, and all, Meatworks and St ation Produce. COUNTRY BUTCHERS consigning to our Agent, Cairne, .Will receive cheque by return ma...

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MINING [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

MINING ?'- .? . ,'? ? . ... ? Mr. J; R, Raleigh, general manager Mount Molloy, Ltd., reports-for the fortnight ' ended 25th Nov.; us; fol- lows:-No. 6 shaft, 'south - drive, at 120ft. level, extended 3ft; total 74ft. The face is still showing a; little cop- ier.; work hos been stopped tempor- arily.: Main No. 5 shnft has been sunk 28ft., making'a total of 467ft. from the surface. It has also : been timbered for 50ft. below 370ft level, find a considerable portion bored but read.v for making the plat at next level. 370ft. level, north drive exten- ded ll ft.; total 2G3ft. No change. No.' 1 winze has been sunk 9ft; total 87ft-in low-grade lode. The bottom of the winze ? which has improved in value :somcwhat, is now, very' hard, and machines are being used. No. 2 winze, sunk 16ft; total 48ft. The lode is now smalt and lower grade. A west crosscut is being put in to prospect through the} footwall dyke. 320ft.. lovel, south drive, extended IO terialí 320ft. .level, nprfh~XU^;p^; tendedx3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

Bennetts Dental Parlours For Painless Dentistry. Why have your teeth hacked and smashedabout 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. BENNETT & BENNETTS' R.D.S. (Late Queen St., Brisbane). DENTAL SURGEONS, Spence St., Cairns. Telephone 76. fry Us for Furniture. J We are the Right House. . IU|DT-TO-BATE-LINES OF FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD RE rê<zù T, . QUIS1TES. !g¿ anow Rooms contain the best selection in tho Trade, and. our p^s. aro the lowest. íy-eot Importers of English, American, Austrian and Oriental . Furni- sh Bambo° and Rattan Ware. &COND HiVND FURNITURE BOUGHT IN LARGE ' OR SMALL .QUANTITIES. A Special Sale of 100 Packages Japanese Goods Jirsonally selected by our Mr. Sturt during his recent visit to Japan, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

Ladies, Buy at Sydney Prices. THE NEW SOUTH WALES SHOP- PING AGENT will oct as agent 1er you and purchase-any goods you need exactly us you would do your- self. Wo purchase goods at the lowest Sydney prices and employ an expert staff of ladies to do our buying. There is no charge whatever for do- ing your shopping and wo furnish you with the original receipt for each article. In many cases there will bo no charge for postage or freight on the purchases. Of course, wc do shopping for gen- tlemen ns well, and will buy any- thing for them from a tie to a inow I ing machine. [ For references you maj- refer to the following :-Messrs Beard Watson, Ltd., 361 George Street, Sydney'; Queensland National Bank. For further information please write to the Manager, New South Wales Shopping Agency, Government Savings' Bank Chambers, Moore St., Sydney, DRYDEN'S Famous Horse & Cattle Medicines. DRYDEN'S Gripe Drench for Water Gripes, Dry Gripes, and Inflammation. Directions : Shake the bott...

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THE "POST.' TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1[?]07. Electioneering Clap[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

THE "POST.' TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 11)7. Electioneering Ulapula. As might have been expected, ^ho quintessence ol claptrap is to ii m ih« principal feature in tao tat cs of tüe lüusion-öociuläst combina xa curing tne coming general elec m campaign which ' may now be re r ueu as naving practically-, conajn ced. 'ihc tenor of the remarKsfi las-t night's meeting proves our íñ Ücipauons in Uns connection to. Kye been correct. Abuse oí the Uo«f nor, derision of UK. Legislative Ctó cii, condemnation of thc Jt'hilp páy ior during to drive members ». maturely Lo tue country, uro .to ligi inc-, stocK-jn-trade of' the party v| have formed an uuderhana agreeiw ; ior electioneering purposes, u{ whoso sole him now is to secure tfc r parliamentary scats at any cost, o\ i" by sacriliciug thc ixrinciples of is respective-sections, -ftc are t< ^ that)' the Kidston-Socialist merni* ¡ are not afraid to face the elector but if that is so, what is all tl claptrap used for, unless, as is vj app...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Publisher's Notice. The Cairns "Post." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

Publisher's Notice. The Cairns "Post." An Independent Journal oí North Queensland. An impartial recorder of current events, mming developments in the Far North, Agricultural,' past- oral, social, shipping and general news. The "Post" has numerous and well-informed contributors in the various centres of population throu- ghout North Queensland, and Special Correspondents in the metropolitan cities of the Commonwealth. Local-, ly, it advocates, in tho first place and all the time, the requirements of the district ..- in'which it is establish ed, the rich and oxtensive territory .known as tlw \ ' Cairns Hinterland. Its 'aim, from a political point of view, is to advocate the ' cause of 01 otind Pi" íjress, '" Just ' G ovcrnment. Constitutional- Liberty, arid the en- couragement of -Private Enterprise and Individual Effort. The "Post" stands ¡uponí its,"merits as, a;,"ncws-" paper, special care, being,, -.'taken to keep its readers well informed daily with regard to - matters: of .inter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

Professional 4 Business Cards. MacDonnell, Henchman ft Hannam, Townsville, Cairns, and Herberton, SOLICITORS ANO NOTARIES PUBLIC. Commissioners for Affidavits, for the High Court of Australia and {or the Supremo Court of the whole of the Commonwealth »nd New Zea- land. A.'J. P.'MacDonnell, H J. H. Henchman; H. V. Hannam, E. I. Havard, H. E. N. MacDonnell. * Mr. L. W. Marsland, The founder of the firn of Marsland & Moralana, Charters Towers; Begs to nnnounco that ho has re . snmcd the practice of his profes- sion, and has opened..!-, offices at IMPERIAL BUILDINGS, Abbott and Shields Streets, Cairns. Ede & Cogdon, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL J, 1 .DENTISTS. 'j:.,*-'*. Permanent addressr> »* P Near Church of England, ABBOTT-ST., CAIRXS. Tunbridge, Tunbridge A Lynch] ARCHITECTS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS, . Townsville, Melbourne, and Spence Street, Cairns. Arthur B. Polin, ARCHITECT. * = (Eaton, Bates and Polin) > Architects, - Municipal Buildings, Flinders Street, Town...

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Political Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

Political Pars. If, says thc . Adelaide 'Register;" thc Queensland electors win risc to the occasion, and put an end to thu three-party system, they will give to the Common wealla an object .lesson, of inestimable value. '#..». Mr. Kidston having once . more .joined forces with the Sccialists .the light, at thc forthcoming election will be on the lines of Anti-Social- ism v. Socialism. Disguise it how thc both sections of the Opposition may, that will be thc clear, cut issue. « » » # A correspondent signing himself "Disguseea Jvidslonite " writes, from Atherton os follows :-Tho articles in thc "'Post" on the political situ- ation are fully cuuorsed by all thou- ghtful men ia this district.; Many like myself are thoroughly disgusted w th the -'balking and Idling" oi Kidston, and honest James Lyons can depend upon a block vote from thc men on thc land.. . . . . Points for. women voters :-In sel- ecting the candidate for whom you will vote at thc coming elections, consider what things ...

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KURANDA DELAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

KURANDA DELAYED! Word.was received last night stat- I lng' that, the .Kuranda had. not left Townsville till 8 p.m. This means that che vessel will not reach .Cairns till late to-night or early to-morrow morning, which; will : be a source of inconvenience to-mcrchants and-busi - ness residents of this port, as little time will IKS afforded to reply to cor- respondence received^ ?'. owing to thc carly departure of 'thc Yongala ior Southern ports to-morrow afternoon/

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A PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 10 December 1907

A PRESENTATION. A very pleasant function took place at "Invicta" the residence of Mrs. Bunting on Saturday evening last,   when those who took part in the con   cert on the 28th ultimo, made it the occasion of presenting Miss Cannan with a roll of bank notes amounting in all to £13, being the proceeds of the recent concert held in the Shire Hall on her account. Mr. J. Coxall, who made the presentation,   in well chosen words, expressed brief- ly the sentiments of the organisers and supporters of the entertainment, and testified to the keen appreciation of everyone who had the pleasure of   being present. Mr. P. E. Potts re- plied on behalf of Miss Cannan and in feeling terms expressed her grati- tude and thanks. During the even- ing Mrs. Atkin was also presented with a cheque out of the proceeds of the concert, in slight recognition of her services as accompanist which she so willingly offered. As Miss Can- nan was on the eve of he...

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