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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

IN MEMORIAM.   IN LOVING MEMORY OF ARTHUR SIMPSON, WHO DIED 13TH, OCT. 1896.       He is gone, the one we loved so dear, To his eternal rest;   He is gone; to Heaven, wc have no fear, To be for ever blessed.     Inserted by his sorrowing mother.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Licensing Court. WEDNSSDAY, 13TH OCTOBER. (Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs. Sturt and Severin, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Licensing Court. WEDNSSDAY, 13TH OCTOBER. (Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs. Sturt and Severin, J.P.'s) Applications dealt with were : James O'Neill, for a licensed Victualler's license for the Family Hotel, Nelson. . Mr Milford appeared for the applicant, and Mr Le Vaux for the objectors. Petitions both for and against the granting of the license were read.   The license was granted.       George Mihr for a provisional certificate for a house to be erected on the locality known as Fretwells. Mr Milford for the applicant, and Mr Le Vatu for the objectors. v ¿.' Petitions were received tor, and acainat thc granting ta«.certificate.??"--,<?:.'?*?'. ' ',', -, ArjoHcatkai was withdrawn on technical meads and will be' renewed at next titting of the Court. ' vU-'i/' '? - Wm. Piyn for permission to retail liquors in a refreshment room on the Cairns-Mnlgrave Tramway Une. The Magistrates decided that they had no jurisdicti...

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

NICHOLAS FYNN, Auctioneer & Commission AGENT. MACROSSAN STREET, Poi* DougUw. r Ladies Outfitter, -:- Dressmaker, -:-Milliner, -:- Ete, ABBOTT STREET, Cairni. BEGS TO INTIMATE to her CUSTOMERS and th¿ GENERAL ' PUBLIC that she has removed into those CENTRAL PREMISES,' situate two doora ,froin Messrs Burns,- Philp and Co'.V Blore in Abbott Street. SHE HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK V r;. r.y;1";, ' OF THE Latest and Most Fashionable Dress Materials, Hats; Trimmings. Etc., And Begs to Invite an Inspection of Her New Stock. tl R. tyayçrs & Co., - HAVE NOW IN STOCK A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF MENS TWEED TROUSERS, HATS, SHIRTS, and MERCERY The Latest Novelties in Ties. Collars, dc. 1 Now Opened np New Stock of Spriog af)d Sdri)n>t>r 6o ods, Including PRINTS, ZEPHYRS, Etc. Bring your .Cash to G. R. MAYERS & CO. if you want more than Value for your Money. -THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN. DRAPERY, BOOTS, AND SHOES, -CROCKERY, CUTLERY, ETC. Only Best Lines o...

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Coffee-growing in the Mackay District. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Coffee-growing in the Mackay District. [Br D. Bec* MW A; MUuM«a» mm Ova» VcsMtnr.1 . ' ? . The' following interesting paper wa alip from the October number of the "Qwwni Imnd Agricultural Journal ":-"It should be a matter of congratulation to all inter- ested in the progress of Queensland agriculture, to see and know the'! efforts that ore being made to establish, the coffee industry in thu district ; tho number of people that, have come here to ask' infor- mation and to see for -themselves afford proof thai; coffee-growing is to become an item in the farmers' programme, if it does not eventually, become a rival of cane growing. . I know that objections can be' urged against: entering into the industry : , The Hemelia may find its' way' here-the ' flying foxes may cat the cherri's»-the I drought may kill the crop-^the price may fall, <tc, &c. ; but all other branches, of 'both horticulture and agriculture are subject to tho same calamities and are likely to contin...

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

WHOLESALE CTO FFEE MERC HAN T. ¿L . GROWN . AW MANUFACTURED BY D. R. LlSWIS, ':' . : AT,' . ? ? MOUNT. GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RI VER, 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 Mb. TINS, ami No 2 IN 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residents of Cairns, Mareeba, Herberton; Montalbion, California Creek, The Tate, and settlors generally should ask for Lewis' Mouut Graham Coffee, and take no other. Try One Tin as an experiment. . Thc grower and manufacturer pledges his word that there is no better matured or purer Coffee-in the world than LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. THE .'. GRESHAM .". HOTEL .ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. MRS. BYRNE, PropvietveH. THE Gresham Hotel is situated in tire centre of tho main block in Abbott Street, .-uljoinintc Messrs Bums, Philp & Co. s business premises. - PRIVATE AIRY PARLORS. LARGE COMMERCIAL ROOMS. Finest Brands of Wel...

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

APLIN,. BROWN AND CO.. LTD., f MERCHANTS AND AGESTS. TOWNSVILLE,:. BRISBANE, . BURKETOWN, THURSDAY ISLAND, AND PORT DARWIN, THE above Company's steamers leave Messrs Walsh and Co.'a Wh arf aa under :-. f ?.\ V, ". ? "' For Port" Douglas the, s.s., Adelaide every Wednesday-Morning. - " Johnstone River \ -, . / Mouiilyan Harbour I :-V\,\ Clump Point - I S.S. ADELAIDE Cardwell . . j EVERY Dungeness . j WEDNESDAY NIGHT Townsville.'- J ??\ For ratosVf Freight and Passage Money apply to WALSH & CO., Agenta, Cairns " ? / '?' -THE- _~ Adelaide Steamship COMPANY, LIMITED. " Passenger and Cargo Senioe] ' ' BETWEEN CAIRNS} AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA (VIA PORTS). CAIRNS TO SYDNEY IN SIX DAYS. S S. " Franklin." Us OR »3 S.S. "Allinga." M OR I SH S.S. "Adelaide." )t TH ILL - bo despatched weekly fran , ' " Fearnley'sWharf - ' ^- -.,¡?-?' For TOWNSVILLE MACKAY BRISBANE SYDNEY NEWCASTLE ?MELBOURNE ?ADELAIDE »WEST AUSTRALIAN PORTS. ?Transhipping at Sydney. Steamers leave Sydney TUESDAYS. Steamers...

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

Wanted, U/ANTED-Young MAN, generally ." useful, attend to invalid. Must be Steady ;- JE1 and found. Apply at once, E. C. M. DKAPER, " Morning Post." WANTED-YARDMAN for Caima Hotel, apply Maa, HIDES. WANTED^-To PURCHASE." Cheap ; Four-wheel buggy. Apply "CASH,' thia 0«ce. ^ ;:r^n IOST. -A BLACK RETRIEVER DOG. , \ Anyone found in pcenassioii of thin 'dog after th»notice- will beiiproaecuteJ. ] 10s. reward will be paid to anyone re- turning dog to undersigned. - W. J. CAIACNDAB, Licensed Surveyor,' Hamble- don." ' ' . ? FUND-A PURSE, containing notes, gold, and silver. Owner can have same upon describing contents. Apply "MOBNISO Post." ;-'? ?-. 'V. ONE Swallow- doesn't make a Summer, but if you occasionally swallow one of Craig's Kolanut Pick-me-ups, tropical hast will not depress you. üd each. MRS. SAPSFORD, Midwife and Nurse, BEGS to Inform Ladies in Cairns that she is prepared to accept Accouche- ment Cases. MRS. SAPSrORJ) resided in Herberton for the past IC years, and holde three ...

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

M. BOÏL&]|» WHOLESALE & RETAIL Provision - Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS,, (Next door to A. Kceblc & Co.) MBOLAND buys his Goods for Spot Cash, in the Cheapest and . Best Markets of the World. He can; therefore, afford to sell at a fair Profit, Cheaper than any other House in Cairns. WHAT IS M. BOUND'S STOCK ? Sir <u W « H V^¿_^JHH, EH O Goods Delivered promptly to all parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE, PRODUCE. PRODUCE. Fresh Supplies Every Week. Fresh Dairy Produce twice a week. M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Provision Merchant, . ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. . I E B IMPORTER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION -- PRODUCE f'PRODUCE ! P . -AND- Tff Cheapest, Cheapest. Cheapest. Ä (FRESH) (FRESH) (FRESH) T I BUTTER i (BUTTER) (BUTTER) 1 gTBOTTOM PRICES. J) Sole Agent in Queensland for " KARA TEA." Kara Tea-THE CUP THAT CHEERS. Mli Kara Te»-THE ONLY; GENUINE TEA. _ Kara Tea-ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. If Xa*a Tea-THE* BEST IN THE WORLD. Xl» Kara Tea-Packed in...

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Hospital Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Hospital Committee Meeting. if Tho ordinary monthly meeting of the ^Cairns District Hospital was held in the « "Court House last Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. The following were present: : Massrv E. A. Milford (President), Neil, McLean, .T, Lyons, E. flcuriqucs, fi. K. Mayura, .T. F. Hollis, C. Walsh, Father Corcoran, Dr Koch and thc Secretary. !; ? ' Tho minutes nf the last mee$ug wore read aud confirmed 0:1 thc motion of Mr E. Bern iques, seconded by Mr C. Walsh. - - OUTWARD CORUESVOXDEXCE. The-outward correspondencetincluded the following :- . - To thc matron, nrfriting her of'tho visit * ": of tho Special Committee for requirements, : and asking lier to have cverythiug'iu reatU ness. '! Thc outward correspondence wnw , adopted on tho motion of Mr ,1. F. Hollis * ,* seconded by Raw Father Corcoran. * IXWAHD CORRESPONDENCE. Tho inward correspondence dealt with was as follows : From Under-secretary, Brisbane, rimwing attention that in future subsidy would bc paid only on jfriVsubseiip...

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The Anglo-Japanese War. THE TOWN OF CAIRNS ATTACKED. A SANGUINARY ENGAGEMENT. THE ENEMY DEFEATED WITH TERRIBLE LOSS. [FROM OUR OWN WAR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

The Anglo-Japanese War. THE TOWN OF CAIRNS AT- TACKED. A SANGUINARY ENGAGEMENT. THE ENEMY DEFEATED WITH TERRIBLE LOSS. [FROM OUR OWN WÀR CORRESPONDENT.] The town'of .'Cairns was thrown into a terrible state of alarm and ex- citement on the .night of Friday last, when, without tfie Slightest previous warning, an attempt was made to land m large body of blue jackets and mariners from the Japanese first-class line-of-battle ship "Lochingar" with a view to capturing the battery on the Esplanade, and subsequently the town. The first thing known by the towns- people of this desperate attempt on the part of the Japanese was the sound of heavy and continuous fiting on the Esplanade, and it was then discovered that Rear-Admiral T. F. Swallow, who had been, in receipt of a cipher wire from Brisbane stating that war had been declared - between Japan and England, had made all arrangements to give the enemy a warm reception. The battery on the Esplanade presented a busy scene dining the evening,...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Wednesnay. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

QUEENSLAND BRISBANE, Wednesnay. Whilst , some children were playing this ... morning with a quantity of damaged pow- der at Sherwood magazine, an explosion oe- . curred, shaking the keaper's house and verán- , v dah considerably. One side of the house fefl out. All windows were broken, but strange to say, no one was injured. Twenty-four names , were added to the HUGHENDEN. October II. ' Mr Craies, the manager of the Q.N. Bank here, has been a victim to the rc trenehruent now going on among the officials of the bank. He has received notice that his services will no "longer be required. Muck sympathy is expressed for him. He has been in tie bink for the last 22 yeats. Mr Jack- son of the Cloncurry, ' formerly accountant" at . the Hughenden branch, succeeds Mr . Craies. '". PORT DOUGLAS, October ti. At the Hospital Committee meeting it was resolved to write to the Home; Secretary protesting against his discontinuance of the subsidy of funds raised by entertainments in aid of the hospit...

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Cairns Drum and Fife Band. CHURCH LADS BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Cairns Drum and Fife Band. CHURCH LADS BRIGADE. It would ptove just as easy to reach the North Pole as to arrive at the limit or boundary of the Rev. Maitland Woods' energy. Whether wc all believe in the dogmas of the Church, parsons in general, or the Church of England in particular, doesn't matter just now one jot. Whatever may be the religious ideas of any Cairns person, that same person must credit the incumbent of St. Johns with an amount of go and energy not often met with in the torpid liver district of North Queensland, and quite at variance with all accepted-notions of Anglican movement.. Mr Woods is always up and doing, and usually in the direction of some project intimately associated with music. Either it is fhe choir orchestra, the choir itself, the CA. T.S. part songs and choruses, or conducting a concerted harmony for a charitable concert. Wrinkles are imparted privately at the Vicarage to the ist violinist, or the 'cello gets a wink at his own house, Billy Brown is g...

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Naval Sham Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

N*TfJ Shun n^it. A Naval aham-fight; between. an at- tacking force, eompriiing the starboard watch, and a defending forer-, c umist ¡rig of the Port watch of the Caima Naval Brigade, took place on Friday night Ult. The point of attack waathe RIX inch gua on the Eapluutde, and thé plan laid down had for its object the landing of « body of blue jackets on the Esplanade. It wan supposed that a foreign man-of-war lay outside and had sent two cutters to effect a landing and tike the gun. . As a matter offset only the Naval Brigade boat waa avail- able, «Rd both crows had to be accomo dated in this. The first cutter in charge of Lieut. Mudford waa supposed tc nave a bow gun, from which a steady Gre waa kept on the shore gun as the cutter approached. Lieut. Fearnley, in charge of the second cutter wag presumed to have, landed higher up the Esplanade and having thrown out Ms men in skirmishing order, he annoyed the land battery while No 1 cutter advanced. Lieut. Swallow (Officer Commanding)...

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BICYCLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

BICYCLE NOTES. [BY "HANDLE-BAR."]   The Cairns Cycle Club held its first Club run last Sunday, when, in accordance with prior arrangement, ten members turned up at the Post Office corner at 9 a.m. The fol-   lowing were present : C. McLean (Captain), L. Taylor (Vice-Captain), F. Northage, T. Miller, J. Nugent, A. [Dishm?], P. Hunter, H. Emmons, McCulloch, and Alf. Richards. The three latter only went as far as the   3-mile.   Double Island was reached at 20 minutes past twelve, being just three hours from the start. Lib. Taylor's cyclometer registered   the distance there and back as [33?] miles. The Barron Fall are no doubt interesting, but for down right sight-seeing the Fred. Northage falls, completely [?????] them.   Nugent and Miller both showed their ability to dismount quickly, and to crown every- thing just when the return party reached the Recreation Reserve where a cricket match was then being pl...

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Cairns Municipal Council. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

Cairns Municipal Council. SPECIAL MEETING. . A special meeting nf the Municipal Council was held on Monday, 12th Octo- ber. Present-His Worship thc Mayor, Aldermen' Hansford, Brown, Mayers, Lyons, Aumullerand Keeble. ' Business-to pass by-law re houses > of ill-fame, receive a sub committee's report re purchase of rails for a tramway to be used in procuring mud, to receive the sub- committee's report re erecting a pump in Sachs Street, also to receive the Over- seer's report on the best means for eradi- cating lantana from the streets. Moved by Aid. Lyons, and seconded by Aid. Aumuller, "That the . bye-law, as previously adopted be confirmed." Carried. 1 , Moved by Aid. Mayers, seconded by Aid Aumuller, and carried, " That this Council is of opinion that the tramway suggestion for procuring the mud is not feasible-" . Moved by Aid. Aumuller, seconded by Aid. Brown, '1 That the question, of man- grove mud supply bo held over till, next general meeting.!' Moved by Aid. Aumuller, se...

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

Cairns Divisional Board. The ordinary foitnightly meeting of the Caima Divisional Board was held j in the Board's offices, tramway ter- minus on-Friday last. Present : Messrs T. Mackey (in the chaii), W. D. Hob- 1 son, I. E. Fretwell, C. S. S. Ross and W. J. Munro. CoRHESrOXDENCE. Included in the correspondence dealt with were the following communica- tions : A. circular was received from the office of I the Home Secretary, together with regulations I dealing with the treatment, of persas» suffer' ! 'i»ir, from. Scawlet"Jew«*.: ? I A letter was received from the Secretary to the Railway Commissioners stating that the necessary instructions have been issued for siding accomodation at the wharves. Letter dom the Under-secretary for Lands, forwarding sketch showing proposed altera- tions of boundaries for a police paddock at thc Mulgrave, and asking that a survey be made of a road alongside the tramway. Moved by Mr Munro, seconded hy Mr Ross and carried, " That a 2-chain road be sc sur...

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From Our Point of View. THE Q.N. BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 14 October 1897

From Our Point of View. THE Q.N¿ BANK. : The Act governing the present workings of the Q.N. Bank provides "? i nat.so long as any monies payable to the Treasurer under the agreement, remain unpaid, the accounts of the bank shall be ; examined by the Auditor-General, or some person appointed by him, once at least in every half year," and also stipulates that the result of each half yearly inspection or audit shall be explained to the country in the shape of a report - to be presented to the Government by the Auditor-General. The first of these half yearly reports has just been, prepared by Mr Deyshon. The character of the Auditor-General is beyond suspicion, yea, in this respect he may be said to reside one flat I higher than Mrs Caesar, and we are ' told by the Auditor that the Banks j I balance sheet, was, in his opinion, a true and correct account of the affairs of the Institution as shown bv the books. The management of the Bank is said by Mr Deyshon to have shown unlimited desir...

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

Dri Whittle awl Moore, dentitts remind thor .many faca^^.CaarM that Dr Geo. A, Moore, dentins, will ; arrive on Tnoradav, I October aut, and may be. enaltad at hi» I KPomt, rm'* ItwtU. Cu^h illw'ftata' ;

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Mineral Return Herberton mining District. QUARTER ENDING 30TH SEPTEMBER, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

Mineral Return Herberton QUARTER ENDING 30TH SEPTEM- BER, 1S9;. Weare indebted to .thc kindness of .Mr Warden Haldane for thc following returns : Bisclioir Loudoun Herliertoii Star South Watsonville Irvinebank Herhei ton BakorvMe Tons I 120 1594 . 188 '43 Wi cwt I S 19 170 >3 |qrs| 3 STREAM TIN. Tate River Calitomia Creek Colcarra, &c. Herberton ; deep lead ; Sic, Tinaroo Watsonville Total yield tin 263 tons sewt oqr 25lbs. Silver ore. Silver lead bullion. Chillagoe said to contain 10250 oz Copper .,.,"...' Matte .. ' .... ., value at port'/ajso - 806 559 166 Si MINES. * Queen Con stance Queen Constance .Jubilee Gold Minc iubilce «old Minc balcooma p. e.' " Balcooma p.c. Mareeba Mareeba . Mareeba Mareeba Balcooma Balcooma. Tons] cwt mts Alluvial Russell Tate Total ALLOTMENT SEC. IPRICE. f £ : REMARKS. 5 9,10 16 '13 12 3,4 25 1» 5 1; (i 9 IO 9,10,11,12 6,15 lfi 20 1 ll - 8 19,20 9 IO 1,20 16 16 7,8,9,10,11 12,13,14 ? 5 1 20 - '"_ , 2 " i? 18 19 20 17 4 -7 IO 15 16 3 .6 1,2...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

DEPAUTUKFS. October 15th.-Adelaide, s.s., Captain Ussher, for Sydney, via Townsville. Pas- sengers : Mrs Kearn, Miss Cook and fi in the steerage. .1. G. Fearnley, agent. October 17th.-Wodonga, s.s., Captain J. E. Meaburn, for Southern ports. Pas- sengers : Mesdames McNally, Lamond, Byrnes, Messrs B. ll. Stafford, John Cairns, Hollway, Bromfield, Gordon, Mc- nally, Galway, W. J. McCarthy, In- spector Lamond and 3 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Cn., agents. October lGfcli.-Menmuir, s.s.. Captain Craig, for Sydney, via ports. Burns, Philp and Co., agents Ocotber 20th.-Lass O'Gowrle, s.s., Captain McKenzie, for Townsville, via ports. Passengers : Messrs T. Johns, and Descbaiups. Walsh and Co., agents. October 20th.-Naiad, s.s., Captain Leslie, for Port Douglas. Passengers: Älessrs Nuttali, Hirgo, White, and 4 in the steerage. Walsh and Co., agents. :' October: 20th.-Naiad, ;a.a;vyCastalia' Leslie, for Townsville, vi» pott«. .-. .Walah and Co., agents. ' '.' , Octobor 20th,-1Katoomba,...

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