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Municipal Council Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Municipal Council Notes. « Afc the last meeting of the Cairns Muni- cipal Council on Tuesday, 5th inst., the following discussion took place over Clause 3 of the Overseer's report which recommended that three bridges be lifted on the flop Wah road. V HOP WAH BRIDGES. . The Mayor (Aid. Draper) : This work has been already authorised by the Works Committee. Aid. Mayers : What for. The report states they are in good repair and that they will last for years. . Aid. Keeble : That's all right, but some of them arc lopsided and are sunk a foot below the level of the road. Some ? of them are eighteen inches lower at one'side, than they are at the other. Aid. Mayers : I haven't seen them them. The bridges are, all right for ¡ traffic. Aid. Hansford : It's no use saying that all the bridges are in good repair, Sev- eral of them have planks loose, and are in a disgraceful state. ; Aid. Keeble : I don't call bridges in good order when they are all lop-sided. ; , Aid. Mayers .-. The whole matter...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Coming Events. Summary of Events advertised ia thc " Post" wil apppar under this heading each issue. October 29 ' Tenders close for additions, and painting the. Court House and Post Office, May- town. , November I Municipal rates must be paid by this date I to qualify for votes. November 2 Court for revising Cairns Division of Elec- toral Roll. . November 9- . Mulgrave Race Meeting.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mulgrave Jockey Club. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

. MnlgL*aY6 Jockey Cltib. ANNUAL GFNERAL MEETING. The first annual general meeting o the Mulgrave Jockey CInb was held a u . Pryn's Hotel on 3rd. October. .Present ; Messrs W. Collinson (in ta« cbair).aoc a numerous attendance of members. , BALANCE'SHEET., The balance sheet for the'part- yeal was submitted as follows : Receipts: To subscriptions, £89 lu; entries, etc, £49 2s.; privileges, £114 Os 7d ; balance'Bank of - Austra- lasia,, £39 6s 2d; total, £21)1 18s 9d. Expenditure :-By ' prizes .£150; . im- provements, £63 . 13s 6dj . general expenses, £40 Os 3d ; printing, etc, £19 5s ; grand stand account,..£\9,y- total, £291 18s 9d. Gr^nd.stan^.account: To debentures, 36 of;^5:.ea«*,¿ £180y transfer,! from club, account, £19 ; total £199. By payment«, ^182 19a ; i balance Bank of.Australasia, £16 ls: total, £199. . Tho balance sheet was adopted on the motion of Mr F Fyne, seconded j by Mr; Robert." The chairman congratulated the members upon the financial position of the Club after ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Comfortable Accomodation for Accouchement, C^ses. MRS. F. Pe AY, WATER .:- STREET, .:. CAIRNS. 1 (Opposite top crossing un Railway Lino leading tu!»-ram"tw.) LADIES requiru»»^ Accomodation, and Services of shilled Kurse, will lind every Couveniep c0 ftt above address. Comfov'k»V',\B Rooms and special atten- tion to die*, I***«'.« or Telegrams addressed as above w,li receive prompt attention. » TEUMS-MOOKUATK. YOUNG liff -Writs to m» for ValaaWe luunu IflLHl FREE BOOK concerning your ??'V,?8' J>BorE»soR HERMAN, Specialist, 41 Collu» Place, Melbourne. «llEOUDIESrïf>o: corning yourselves. PROFESSOR HERMAN touro« 8I,C0l*list' I41 Collins Place, Mol'

Publication Title: Morning Post
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" MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Morning, Oct. 14 1897. ADAMS' CONSULTATIONS AND CHINESE LOTTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

" MORNING POST." "thither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone?' nutter Unala*. Oct. H. 1M7 ADAMS' CONSULTATIONS AND CHINESE LOTTERIES. What an oaftvand oat taree; ¡a beana; I ytayed « ey tho.7, Qavemnaanr in cop--1 nection with the gambling laws. Tattersalls Sweeps, Honestly con- ducted, were deported to Tasmanian j shores with a 250 horse-power posh, and thousands of pounds were flung to the winds with: an utter disregard ! of the benefit to. the public revenue derivéd through Mr Adams, or recogni- tion of the fact that the purification of public morals by Act, bf Parliament is likely to be as successful as cucumber growing at the North Pole. A big majority, in; fact, nearly all, of those who previously regularly remitted five shillings, half sovereign, or pound note to Tattersall's, Brisbane, now send their favors to Hobart, Tasmania, and AdE.ms " gets there just the same." If . a man elects to spend twenty shilUngs in a legitimate gamble . why : should the law say him nay. ?...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

OH MLE »I »«D10CE MI«» ! Ulbert Special Reserve Whisky. * Glendee 15 yeari old Special Bcsero Whisky , AÍBdleá « ycars'oW Glen Won ,Whisky Biiouit De BouchM Pale Brandy Perkin's XXX Sparkling Ale in Octaves, quarters and cases. ¡ WALSH Co., Cairns1 ind Port Douglas, ?' Mareeba and -Mossman. - «MYOLA" O O Xa Xa 3B B. . Crown? at Myola", near Barron Falls, r' . ' ? Cairns, N.Q. , V" The Registered Brand is an Alligator. : WALSH & Co., SOLE AGENTS.

Publication Title: Morning Post
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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. October 0. Arawatta, s.s. Captain F. G. Lee, from Cooktown"via ports. Passengers: Mrs Benson, Messrs Millar. Shirley*, Benson, Lamond, and 4 in tile steerage. Burns, Philp, and Co., agents. October S. Amur, s.s. Captain Mars, from Sydney via ports. Passenger : 1 in the steerage. J. G- Fearnley, agent. October 13. Lass O'Gowrie, Captain McKenzie from Townsville. Passengers : Messrs Irvine, Maunder, Hath, Smith, and 12 in the steerage, Walsh &? Co., agents October 13. Adelaide, s.s. Captain Keir from Townsville, with 6 in steerage. Walsh & Co. agents. DEPARTURES. October S. Amur, s.s., Captaiu Mears, for Sonthern ports. Passengers : Mr Robert- son, auil3 inthe steerage. J. G. Fearnley, -agent. . . : October 10. Arawatta, s.s., Captain F. G. Lee, for Southern ports. Passengers : Mrs Bowden, Miss Williams, Messrs Hughes, Thomas, Dr Salter, and i in thc steerage. Barns, Philp & Co., agents. October 13. Adelaide, s.s., for Port Douglas, 25 in th...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

A.Ü.S.N. CO., Ltd. ROYAL'-MAIL COASTAL SERVICE. rpHE Steamers of t!.e above Company are J. intended to sail as under:- / . Townsville ' . . .'. ; . . . Bönen ;'. Mackay .Rockhampton -' . .Gladstone .Btúiclabcrjí .Maryborough " 'WODONGA Brisbane I iï Sydney I v lüth Melbourne ? jAdehids' . : S. : . : {Freemantle . . ' " {Geraldton {Cossack, and oilier West i Australian ports J Geraldtoa "\ Moarilyan I Cardwell :. > I PALMER, Dungeness ' 1 j Townsville I TO-DAY Port Douglas Cooktown ? ^Thursday Island ^Normanton JBurketown WuDONOA ..To-DAY .Transhippin;; n Keppel Bay. {Transhipping at Cooktown. {Transhipping at Melbourne. Vor further particulars apply to BURNS, PHILP à CO., LIMITED, v Agents. S.S. "VICTORY," . Vi ?'. (90 Tons Reg.) ^HIS Steamer is now Employed for Attendance on Oversea Steamers at Fairway Beacon, and is also available for »ll lighterage and towing purposes. Special Terms to Picnic Parties and Friendly Societies, When in Attendance on Oversea Vessels a limited numbe...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Islanders' Return Passages. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Islander*' Return Passage*. The following letter to the Mackay Mercury is well worthy of Government attention. We recommend it to Ministerial attention : ;. " I notice that at the last meeting of the Council of P.F.R.A., the matter of the return passages of the Islanders was mentioned and it was suggested that the method of the last employer paying , the same, be returned to. This would cause a lot of extra work to the Pacific Islanders' Department, and to the employers also, and probably loss to the latter, as for instance : an Islander finishes his time and then makes tracks South and warks for a while for a Mr Dickson, or a Mr Jones in Brisbane, and then goes on tp N. S. Wales, and in the meantime the unfortunate last em- ployer is hunting round for thc £5, and the Department is trying to lind out where the boy has gone to. It might also happen to be some last employer's luck to pay off io boys, and have ¿50 wandering round the country without security and so on ad. inf. A return...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hodgkinson District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Hodgkinson District Hospital. The ordinary monthly meeting ol the Committee of Management of the Hodgkinson District Hospital was held in the Board's Hall on Tuesday.. 5th October. Members present-Messrt Grainer, Grogan, Nicholls, Ogg, and McPherson. . In the absence of the President and Vice President Mr Grogan »as roted to the Chair. ; 4 The minutes of the previous meeting «ere oonfirmed on the notion of Mr Grainer,- recooded by Mr Ogs. The correspondence being read, the.Inward waa received and the Outward adopted on the motion of Mr Nicholls seconded by Mr Grainer. The accounts amounting to £25 10s Id were passed for payment on the motion of Mr McPherson seconded by Mr Ogg. Mr McPherson moved and Mr Ogg seconded that the Doctor take charge of the water tanks at the Horspital. Carried. ' ' The Doctors report was received on the motion of Mr McPherson seconded by Mr Grainer. . Mr Nicholls moved and Mr Mc- Pherson seconded that the secretary be instructed to foi waid copies of the m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Establi5bed|A|-_ I rtVltJAU O fÄ UNIVERSAL ... 1890 ...Wnj.LLnnUntS: VO. PRO vi P?RS XJ^ TO SA.TB I AND 5 \ fofoOtorS. j ^tptral MfcbaQtS j Forv/ rd 17 g Adepts Cheap Family Drapers, Outfitters, Mercery, Boots and Shoes. &P£CllLTirc ^ Haips, Baçoo, Frcsb Bfttttr, Cbtcst, Rolled Oats,| By Ctftry *KWÄI"T,t* j Potatots, Ooioos Hay, Cero, Cbalf, Brat), Pollard $ SttaiQtr. ^«^S^^'J^'KARA" AND "GOLDEN" PURE CEYLON TEAS PRICES AND PATTERNS FREE ON APPLICATION. ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. 0ürÄ« Wn). LENNON & CO. AdjoioiOC Baok of Rústrala Si a, Cairos

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Commercial. Messrs Goldsborough, Mort & Co., Sydney specially report on the produce market under date ist October as follows :- ' Sheepskins,-Full-wooUed 4|d to 5¡d per medium, 3W to 4jd per lb; shorts, sd to 3fdperlb." , I/ides.-Heavies, 3}d.to-4|d; mediums, 3§d to 4 Jd ; lights, 3 Jd to 4<1 per lb. Tallow.-Prime Mutton, ¿16 to ¿16 15s ; mixed and beef, ¿ 15 to ¿16 5s per ton. Sheepskins-A farther improvement in the demand took place at' sales . to-day, although quotations are -unaltered, except for Brat class skins, which, realised as high as 5JJ par lb. : Hides-Owing to the improved supply to hand the market declined Jd to Jd per lb. all round, the euquiry being firm at this reduction. : Tallow-The unfavorable tone of London cables caused this market to decline 5s per ton for all descriptions.

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VITALITY RESTORED. CLEMENTS TONIC TO THE RESCUE. "TIRED NATURES KIND RESTORER." BRINGS BACK THE HUE OF HEALTH TO THE WEARY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

VITALITY RESTORED. CLEMENTS TONIC TO THE RESCUE. "TIRED NATURES KIND RE- STORER." BRINGS BACK THE HUE OF HEALTH TO THE WEARY SYSTEM. , A positive cure for General Debility, Weakness, Lassitude, Headache, Diseased Liver and all Diseases arising from an impoverished nervous system. Mr G. Aldershot, O'Keefe-st., Coopa- roo, who writes on Jan. 18th, 1893 : Just these few lines in gratitude to you for tho benefits I have received by using Clements Tonic. Fdr the 'last three years I was a great sufferer from kidney and liver complaint, and I was also troubled with indigestión. I had terrible pains in my back and shoulders, and my water was of a dark murkey colour, and it used to burn nie something terrible. I consulted thrèe doctors in Brisbane about it, but I only got temporary relief. I tried all sorts of remedies without avail. One day I was given one of your , pamph- lets, and I was reading it, and » testi- monial from a man struck, me very forcibly-his case lieing exactly like mine -...

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Woothakata Divisional Board [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Woothakata Divisional Board The ordinary monthly meeting of the Board was held on Tuesday, October 5th. Members preaent-Messrs Brenden (Chairman) Gielis. Cummings, Grogan, and O'Neill. The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed on the motion of Mr Cummings, seconded by Mr Gielis. The correspondence being read, the inward was received and ' the outward adopted on the motion of Mr Cummings, seconded by Mr O'Neill. ! Tl»e following correspondence wa» ¡ then dealt with : , From Mr W. J. W. Richards, tender- ing his resignation as a member of the Board, owing to his being located so far from the Board room. Mr Grogan moved, and Mr Gielis seconded, that Mr Richards resignation be accepted with regret. Carried. From the Secretary Northern Local Authorities Conference, asking the Board to forward ¿£2 2s towards the ex- penses incurred in carrying on the work of the Annual Conference. Mr Cummings moved that the £2 2s bo forwarded, Mr Gielis seconded. Carried. From Mr Newell, M.L.A., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

EANDY KOOLA CEYLON TEA , has been .tried and,aeqwitodof con taiaiag í*aaw.v pnmmtímv^mjmñioim^Ut^ difcatKja. BCRÍ8, PHILP * COT., IA., Agento. _ ? ' TOR tra«: iav^ " KOOLA OKYON TVAaaatot ba aatnaatad. - BURNS, PHILP A Cor., Ltd., at^ata._, _ FRIMBSf FRB8H BUtMR/TÎlà par lb, at P. Lcawm'?

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NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

NOTES AND NOTICES. 'Taddy the'Flat" called too late thiB week to permit of his chat being recorded. The contract price for cutting and loading cane in connection with the Mulgrave Cen- tral Mill ii 2« 9d per ton. Messrs Sam Allen and Sons have been appointed Townsville agents for Messrs Mcilwraith, McEachera and Co, who are now running a line of steamers between Melbourne and thc. North. , " .. A telegram dated 27th ult from Sydney says :-Beet' sugar -for the present al all events is shat oat of this market. The last quotation^waa J04 t.i.f., to which has to be added^jíí per ton doty, and discount, landing and'other charges.' ? Only 750 bags were to hand this mooth, , against none in Aogust, 3000 in July, and 5000 in June. Oh Ttiesday afternoon" last, an did resident of Herberton, in thc person of Mr W. J Summister. died after a short illness from an affection of the lungs. Deceased (as we note from the W.R. Times of OA 5th) was about 51 years of age, and atone time held theposi. ti...

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A LARGE HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

A LARGE HAT. For norn imf wear it Bot necessary when ?Wolfe'* Sdnapps intake* ai . ?ghtcap. j

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Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONLON, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONLON*. October 8. At a meeting of shareholders of the Bank of Australasia, Lord Lichfield stated that investors recognised that the colouies would have a great future when federated, and their stocks would then bc as high as Canada's. He also remarked that the visits of the Colonial Premiers and trsops would help to. strengthen and develope the volume of trade. He !>elieved that Australia'* wonderful vitality would soon secure her complete recovery from the effects of the past financial crisis, The niece of Ciseneros, the Cuban President, who was sentenced by the Spanish authori- ? «e. to; transportation tarim, na* aacaped Ana ncr prison. " -?r^w^ ->^. «-^-.;-;r^!i'.^..,v*..:. :..+>,".A.,.;..., " Senor Sagasta, the new Spanish Premier, offers Cuba autonomy under Spanish suzer anity, but the Cuban leaders refuse the ofter, and insist on absolute independence. General Weyler, in command of the ...

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BREIFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

BREIFS. The orchestra. Male and female. fife and Dram Band. <: Well done, Rev. Maitland. : They did yon credit on Monday night. Mr Stafford, P.M. leaves for South on Saturday. - Mr W. H.'Monro's move re Marsa pials is a toad one. Bon a barbed wire, wallaby proof, fence round the.oajtaide boaadary of block of Mulgrave angar. fart**, and borrow tht'moàèy'n lKi^ mon **That is one e«ggcstran aaaJc to the " Pott " by a correspondent. Bot although a good idea it diaacult to a/rive at

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