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Great Northern Company, Herberton. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

Great Xortkêru Cont nany, Her- berton. WE aro indebted to Mr. Eonar for tUc fol- lowing particulars ot. tixim .fia« property --- j car'ricu'on^kí tíü5*íóá¡?"at the prêtent timé are as follows t-r-The deepest level is 210ft, where the ' lode is an immense sile. Levels have been driven 80ft south and 50ft north, while the cross-cut is iii 40ft. The tin country is patchy, but good hunches have beeu p.'issed through. At present tho water is very heavy, and pending the erection of machinery the work ia carried oa with less hands than .cojjld be çn when machinery is available. "Fro.m'ih? 70ft" "and Ijpft 'lei-els" rich ore ls being "raised, while almost" ¡ill off the surface rcigains untouched. From this lode some thousands of tons of stuff hus been crashed, and has averaged 23 per cent, of black tin. No. 2 Lode.-This may be called the foundation of Herberton, as it was the first lode discovered by the prospectors. At the present time splendid ore equal to anything from the surface ia bei...

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LAND COURT. (Before Mr. Commissioner Hartley.) October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

('Before Ht- Cpmimiañoaer Hartley.) < ' ' I * Oclober 8. Conditionals Approved.-M. A. Abrrbat; lOOn; FaU's Crear,""inlet; Peter Connell. 160a, Bussell tiver"; Michael Walsh, 2 Ju», Homesteads Approved. - Qeo. Hobson, 160n, Babinda Ciwk,Mul^ve;.¿n>). Cham- berlain. IGOa, Mulgrave Ki vervJuo, Boche.' 100a. Inlet. ' \^ Conditionals Rejected.-A. A. Wall, áoOa, Mulgrave Kim,' fined' Jtl for-?oev*w>e«r ance; Peter Connell. »OB, Babinda Creek. MuhjraTe.-nnea Jtl for "non-appearance : "P. J. Hui', 100a, Mutgrave-road. Rejected on account of land applied for. being jwetioa of a proclaimed reserve. - * ' Homestead Adjourned.-T. Yallely, IGOa, Barron Biver'.'" [' The number of prisoners received ..into Townsville 6'oal"during tte year'Ï883,~wai' 3-13 males and/7S' females,' 'and thc number! discharged. was '°)OS male«, and 70 f emales. A nqjro ia Booth Carolina, who waa ocm r^rnîng of the naad ti^: declaré they were, the hardest "sw* known. ,» Why,1* said he, " I works all day...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

.. SIÍIPPIÍÍG. ARRIVALS. October z.-Katoomba, BA, Capt. Arm- strong, frota Sydney, Tia Briabane and porta. Taiaen-ew-Dr. 'i'hdniatis.'llMBrs. 'Ji Col í>pyí Jf Short,'D. W.'HóMerh, F. Berthoud". 18. F. "Berthoud, and 5 in steerage. - "» VlÇfctober 4.-Warrego, s.s.. Capt Phillips, from C<fektowri-" r' ~ * **"'. - " .^?Tjfctobeir*.-Katoomba; s.s.. Capt- Arm- strong frtmÍCóuBtóé*.'Passengere--Mesara. *W..M. Noch, C..Walsh, amt 3 in steerage.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

FUKTHEE Reduction fal Fares. OX ami after thu «lat« the Farr» by the MAIL BOATS of the above Company will he as follow* t-^- ? ~> Steerag». Saloon. . To Townsville ... JO) O Ml O O Bowen _ 1 O O lit O Mackay ... I 4 O ,8 0 O " gjnlwej .?>.» 14" o - * o o Poet Dou-laa ... u 7 0 _ 0 .10 .0 Cooktown ... O 7 0 0 10 O BURNS, PHILP and CO., Ltd.. ? Agemts. j . " October 1. 18S4. TUE AUSrKALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPAKÏ. .The «>tapanj°s steamers leave this fart ! .every Thvsdsy for Northern Ports, and every Satanlay evening for Souther* Ports' For fares and rates of freight apply at -the j '.Company's own office at wharf..i j '*UBNS, PHILP and CO.. Limited. - Asenta. ' THE S.S. " ZEUS,"-Captain Innes, ' Leaves the wharf . every Thursday morning to meet'the incoming, and every Saturday, evening to meet outgoing Mail ¡Steamers; and leave« every Wednesday aad Saturday Tnoniin^s for Swallow's and Stew-' art's landings. Open' fur charter and excursions. BOENS. PHILP ¡md CO. Asients....

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1884. Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 9 October 1884

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, ISSI. The right and interest of fhn bootha OB th*'râ exorné were aokl by "auction oa aeiirdsy last, the principal one being bought by Mrs. M'Coy, of the Club House Hotel, for JOS.4 " -/ '*-'. * '.".- * .»-._.« Among "the ezportiHuring the week hare keen 13 tons' sugar'(Hap Wah), for Cook- town, and SS toes eager. 65 casks molasses (Hambledon), 149 hags tin ore, and 10 cages bananas for fhe South. " ' n We would stfr autentico to thesarly de- parture of toe English . mail ria ' Torres Straits, all correspondence for transmission by which most be postpd in finie for the ordinary Sonth^'n^,^.S»*unm> nirht. Jiu isjatsnt j "* 4, " % ñr^f: " We notice as a wgnificanjt ttct thalba ^ie^nguiws "Inus^^uns^^Htoasv^a^^ M3M&: Bort Ijowghta, SS tons 13cwt, value 427T1. '"-"" *.... ,'7;/'* y ,-;¿ J Tba GoTswfn5»T-Ú42«-r^pj ¿at to. hand contain à 'notice ptoclainung the opening of # rood one chain wide,, through' Mr. J"" Jsni}^ ion's nelectioni No. 189. '.The new! ro...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

Victoria. . MELBOURNE, October 7. At the Y.A.T.C. meeting to-day, the Caulfield Guineas was *on by Sandal, Gratitude bemg second, aud Help third.

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The Races. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

The Kares. The first races under the auspices of the Cairns District Jockey Club took place at the new racecourse, about eight miles from town, on the road to the Mulgrave, on Tuesday last. The day having been pro- claimed a public holiday a large nuuil>er of people wended their way to the course, and an enjoyable, day's." sport was got through without mishap, aad to the satisfaction of all present. The steamer li'ee convoyed a great number of passengers who chose lo enjoy en route the beauties of the-.'inlet, and hmded her passengers within three quarters of a mile of the course. Numbers of horsemen availed themselves of the road, and for the first time the course. The ring waa wall represented. but backers of odds seemed to prefer the totalisator, which appeared to be well patronised all day, the odds on all occa- sions being better for the backers of horses than the bookmakers were inclined to lay. The clerk of the course might have exer çUed a little more strictness in keepin...

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H. V. FREAME, Cairns. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

H. V. Fkeame, Cairn?.' ' I -V fair demand has existed during the past Wi-k, especially for horse feed, in consequ » ixen of the numerous equine visitors to the ra:*.?, ilaizer uuiy be'quoted firm at tis 9d i.r Southern; local 4s Gd to 5s, Gd ; oats, stout .-et!, ts yd; bran, 2s 4d to 2s fid; oa£en 'i::^, 12» ; lucerne do, 10s ; prime oaten hay - r ale, 12s ¡"lucerne do, 10s ; ? potatoes are .-.^.ost a rum avis at present, and 'maybe 4-vted ia,short supply at 10s to, 12g for ..rr.ikirhcada'andNew Zpalfrnds, some local _ iywri of inferior quality offering at 8s to 9s ; _¿*.ous, srarce at 20s to 30s, according to ,;u,ility ; buster, best Wollongong .in tins, In 10d to 2s, second qualities. Is 3d to Is 9d ; .heese, lOd to Is -Jd; bacon, corn-fed and «.ligar cured. Is Id to Is Id ¡.English hams Carey's), la 3d to. 4s fid ; American Kowlcr's Kansas), l8 2d to Is 4d. - -^-»-»»w»-»g-«utan»»»»»

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M.) October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

Courts. PÓLICE COURT. (Before W. S. O. Hill, Esq., PJI.) October». .i-v.. î-\» mbourne; charged with disorderly .'.jiiüaei. Dismissed with a caution. H. ri. Dredge, charged with drunkenness -r 1 tli'-irderly conduct. Ploa, guilty. Seu ' :cttl n 4S hoiicb iujprisonuient for drunken _ -.3, and ¿nid IDs of -IS hqurs for disorderly "aluit. ~- " t » October 11. *7ohn Barratt, charged with drunkenness. L .ch.inj.~i with a caution.. it. T. il'Coy, -appUeatioir for lnnsij and .lancing lieente" for her licensed jire&iises. ""?Jaie li-eohe.. granted for three-months ; ?i tuetjg license to be applied for on speci.il <_ ssiona only. i Tefcre E. T. Hartlev, and E. J. Gorton, Esos.. J.J.P) October 13. Alfred iTjntgomery,' charged with making .i-e r.f obscene language on board the steam " mler Bee. Plea, guilty. Discharged with caution, the Bench, taking into considera ucm twt. v<'aw wa,»»« .» «a»*»»^» «_ju» --»vu ii«> «ia** '^»..--«s»" -** 7J.. O'Vanonuc, charged ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

Special ColuuL AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. REDUCTION .IS F4RES. EROM 1st May proiim.o, Saloon and Steerage Fares, by the Company's Weekly Mail Steamer», between ' Brisbane. Rockhampton, Mactniy, Bowen, Towns- ville, Dungeness, Cardwell, Johnstone Ri\er, Cairns, Port Douglas, and Cooktown, will be reduced FIFTY" PER CENT. 'BURNS, PHILP and CO., Agents, April 2G. 1SS4. AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAyiGATIOX COMPANT. REDUCTION OF FARES BETWEEN BRISBANE AND SYDNEY. THE FAKES by $he above Company be- tween Briab>tn»} and Sydney are SE- DUCED TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. (25).. For particulars, apply BURNS, PHILP and CO., " * -, Agents. TO INVESTORS, CAPITALISTS, AND SPECULATORS. K- A, ~mr <^**~j* ,ar":A%i'*' "**" w A~ T " ~ ' .J GovernnwnTOnd General Auctioneer, VALUATOR and LAND AGENT. References-Q. N. Bank, Cairns. Church of England. REV; G. R. F. NOBBS »Vii (n.v.) con- duct Divine Service at 11 a.m. and 7.¡i5 p.m., in the Church. Abbott-s{reet. "DEV. E. T. LLOYD »ill (d.v.) c...

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IMPORTS. EX QUIRAING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

- '* IMPORTS. El QuIB.SISl). ; _ 1 Consigned to A. TiMriaa-ai»4 O*--* "*»«» \ _ i i - -1T mi - .* y-,-»--"«?-- nar*r""-' *_3%»<Éfci«m,* «Phar *>, 1 cask unaware, 1 " .v-seilo, 1 parcel do, \ case plants. * " * i.unsigned to J.~3f aenamara.-2 pianos" * Cqisignel to Burns, Piiilp and Co.-1 c ve bu ter. Consigned te H. V. Freanio.-1 case merchandise, I do vestas. - . , . Consigned to K. Craig.-rl case nicrehan àis**, 1 do tobacco. Consigned to \V. I), Hobson.-1 jtcask --îhisky, 1 parcel. Miscellaneous.-11 hlids composition, 1 >x c.tnçlits, 12 bags potatoes, 1 keg butter, líc-íse paper,-1'cask lubnqind, 1" canves ; live!, 2 do packages, 2 boxes drapory, 2 cases, -1 crates bqttles, 3 cases, 1 "do a.-id, Î roll paper, 3 parcela, 1 do drapery, 1 cace liney goods,8 pots, 1 case dishes 1 dray, 1 ~Ask beef, 10 sheep, 1 totalisator, I box hiisdries, 4 cases, - do uves, 1 do cheese, Jt -ess butter, 1 bundle frying pant-, 3 do oiiovelä, 4 cases sundries, 1 bag do, 1 case . I ium...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

"- . -- DEPABTIJRB.S.. Doto1 er 9.-Airlie»-s,«,, Capt. ^ Ellis, for Adelaide via ports. . < Uetober 9.-Quiming. s.S., Capt. 31'Eean, : .r Cooktown. Passengers-Mrs. tïorton; >ír. and.Mrs. Hook, Sir. Collopy, and -1 in .-?orage. -. . - * '? 'JotoWr 9j-Maranoa, s.S., Capt. Hampton, i r Cooktown. October 11.-Quinting, s.S., Capt.M'Lean. for Sydney, via Brisbane and ports, l'asr a?n^ers-MrTJohnsioneyan«! C in'steerage. October, 11.;-Maranoa, b.s-, Capt. Hamp- ton, lor Sydney, via Brisbane and ports..

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

  Marriage.   HOOK-MONK.-October 9, at St, John's Church, Cairns, by the Rev, G. K. F. Nobbs, T. R. S.. Hook, of Cairos, son of John S. Hook, of London, to Eleanor Kate, eldest daughter of the late George W. Monk, of London, and sister of G. W. Monk, surveyor, Cairns.

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

Our Neigíibours. [kuoíi ooe own coreespoxdents.] HEKBEKTON. Oetobei 10. SisfcK the race week matters generally have lie-.'n dall comparatively speaking ; but the heat, however, maintains its fu 1 vigour, as shown by the thermouiet r, which registered JSStU-g in the shade on Wednesday. On Tues- day a small cloud passed over the town, emitting, as if by mistake, about a couple of score drop- <?f waiter, a quantify too insignifi- cant to call rain. We are, however, expect ing a thunder storm, and if it cowes with plenty of rain, the sooner the visit is made the better. The country is all dried up and lush fires are all round us. Tanks, generally, are empty, and a heiivy downpour of rain will be a boon. In the matter of the Meuib.-ra' Cup, the the 'Jockey Club decidel that it falls to I Maroon, Mr. W, JJunro's horse, and not to " Wirara." and a wary just decision tos, ac ¿sortîimu to the report jil t3>¿Jo¿ul newi¿p ipers. r *?*?. «*»iy uxplBiutiott I <mn. «co to...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

Our Brisbane Letter. <F OM 0CE OVTS CORRKSPOStlKNT,) \Yk are just suffering here from a strike amongst a class of workmen who have never struck before, that Í know of. ",\"e have heard of the strike of c.ibimn in London, and can imagine the iueouvenieuce it caused, but that was nothing io the evils that may re- sult from the strike of tlie Brisbane nightmen if it is persisted in. The weather has been \fcrv hot lately, and typhoid fever has made its appearance Again, and our scavengers seemed to ihink that their opportunity had come, for, the day before yesterday they de- manded from.their employees, the <-on tractors for the cleaning of the mum- j icipality. an increase of wages of live shillings a week all round, and on being refused at once knocked off work. This ia a nice state of affairs in a citv where the earth closet system has been made eompulsorv. Already, it is said. emirtyfn~^.WhS^^ Ihn "cannot last, of course the work must be done, and that is where...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

?aw South WatoaV SYDNEY, Octobeu 12. The health of the Premier, Hon. A. Stuart, continues to impiwe, the latest bulletin stating that hu is much butter. H.M.S. liaveu left here this niorniiig for New Guinea. Her departure is supposed to be in connection with the British Protectorate proclaimed" over that island. October 13. The Premier is still improving iii health, but his physicians strictly cn jum quietude and will not yet allow any person to see him. A fatal accident from burning i& re- ported from Maitland. A ma: ried woman named llutlaud was seized with a tit last night whils-t alone, and in falling knocked orer a kerosene Limp, which set fire to her clothing and burnt her so severely that »be died this roorn from the effects of the injuries sus- tained. . A strike has taken place among the slup-carpentera employed at the Gov- ernment dockyard, the reason given foy labour ia lieiuK perfomaed by ordinary labourers.. ' October 15. H.M.S. Nelson arrived from Hobart this m...

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LATEST BY WIRE, [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,] Queensland. THORNBOROUGH, OCTOBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

IGTEST BY WIRE, [rno>; pea own corbísponde^t,] QtMMnslaM. TlIOKXBOEQUti li, October 13. A petition is being numerously signed at Northcote, urging upon the -Minister for Works the parly construction of the Cairns-Herberton railway, and ad- vocating calling tenders for the short section to the foot of the range as soon as the permanent survey there eau bp completed, thus saving nearly two year» in the completion of the line. At a meeting of the Woothakata Divisional Board, lield here to-day, a resolution was passed that a letter he addressed to the Minister for Works, ur-rine the «wir..«-"»«»-»..»."»"! «.* *?'"?. Cairns railway, and advocating calling for tendera for a short section to the foot of the range a* soon as t]ic per- manent survey so far _ ia made. The Board also resolved to co-opcratp with other Divisional Boards and Progress Associations for the furtherance of this, object. BRISBANE, October 11: The Duke of Manchester has arrived here by the steamer Airlie, and is at ...

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South Australia. ADELAIDE, OCTOBER 13, [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

' Saatk AastraHa. I ADELAIDE, Octobeh 13, | A. public meeting has been called Uy-i the mayor of Port Adelaide to adopt means to remedy the luss and injury sustained by European, seamen by the introduction of Chinese Jabour to sup- plant Jtheui in -thie_inerea^le^mar]ne service, and also to consider- the action of the Government in employing Chinese on board the Government steamers in the Northeru Tcrritorr. î (From our Exchanges.) BRISBANE, October 9, PARLIAMENTARY. .The discussion on the Ltuid Bill wa» resumed in Committee, and clauses 2t) to 2J inclusiw parsed. Uuring the discussion Mr. Donald- son moved a new clause providing for the appointment of local Land Boards by the Governor-in-Council, and urged that local boards would be of vast as- sistance to the Central Board, and that the former would be much ln-ttcr quali- fied to deal with the matters laid be-, fore Commissioners than the latter w oujd be, ovv ing to their local know- ledge. The proposal was opposed by tho Governme...

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stock; Products and Land Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

stock," Producís añil Land Reports. * John Macxamaua, Auctioneer, Cairns. 1.Z in;-Mt this week has been purely of a z. j.a:nal character, and transactions in land z~i-\ü ttírcujh "tue "liave been v^ry few. though several inquiries have come from le South making offers, but the holders li re anticipate an increase ia the value of -inperlies, and so would rather not operate t ian «eil at prices now offered to them. Tho -.--¿.ort which gained publicity last week that . i.%.- permanent survey was to be started nt _ ice is, I believe,- quite true. My sale of _ abnrban, land last Saturday was one of the :3,0s* successful I have held in Cairns ; out "C35 lots offered, 23 found buyers at good ; . ices, for the corner lots Mr. How.irth ongiit tlie nearest te town at j£47. or at the . - te of XlGS per acre, whilst the sale realized ,1. er Ü1U0 per acre all round. It thus shows -1.- vh.it great encouragement is given to ci fide investaieuBVand I on no- occasion - .! conduct a sale of land whic...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1884. Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 16 October 1884

*£l|¿ <fmnis |Íost. THURSDAY, QCTODER IG, ISS*. Local Items. The cricket match between the Cairns eleven and a scratch eleven commenced on Saturday, the 4th inst., was continued and coueluded List Saturday, and resulted in an easy victoiy tor the Cairns eleven by an, in- nings and 17 runs. We ara glad to see, by the receipt of Xo. 2 new series, that the I'almke Chkoxxle has again Rprung into life, and we wish it success in its new start, a wish most likely to be realised, if «e may judge from the liberal support if is receiving from adver- tisers, In reply to a question in the Legislative Assembly by Mr.* Norton asking when sur- veyor Amos would return to the Gludato»,* Bunubng railway survey, the Minister for Works stated that *' The Chief Engineer has been instructed to send a surveyor to com- plete the survey at once." From this we may infer that Mr. Amos will not return to Gladstone, but be placed on the staff of the permanent survey party of the Cairns Herberton line...

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