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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

'RING OUT THE OLD, RING IN THE NEW." Preliminary Announcement. LIMITED. Grocers, Wine & Spirit Merchants, Produce Dealers, & Importers. HAVING ACQUIRED THE OLD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS OF . .WALSH & CO., '.CAIRNS, STANNARY HILLS, FORT kV" BEffiEESS KND MOSSMAN THE NEW COMPANY HAVE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING . . ? '-\ ? THAT THE STOCKS TN THE .VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS ARE 1 " * ^BEINá BEELESnSHED BY BIREÇTjLnffORTATIONS/NOVT^^^i -" .fi"'* *jÍ?*^íl'§2^3te!*S^^ THE NEW GOODS INCLUDE ALL THE SEASONABLE REQUIREMENTS OF THE HOUSEHOLDER, THE HOTELKEEPER, THE MINER, AND THE MILLIONAIRE. Specially attractive displays will be made, and Customers of the Old Firm arc invited to inspect" thc Stocks and continue their Patronage to the New Company. ^ORDERS ; WILL BE PROMPTLY EXECUTED, SPECIAL ATTENTION BEING PAID TO COUNTRY CLIENTS. THE STOCKS INCLUDE GROCERIES, OD^MEN'S STORES, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, WINES &' SPIRITS OF THE LEADING BRANDS. Supplies for the Festive __...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TELEGRAMS. THE LITHGOW IRON WORKS. SANDFORD'S TROUBLE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

TE LEG FÍA M S. THE LITHGOW IRON .WORKS. i ... SANDFORDS TROUBLE. " *t " ?*"SYDSEY,,'Monday. -> Mr. Wade, Premier, stated on Sat- j lUrday that the Commercial Bank of j Sydney ¿md written him, intimating that they could not accept the terms ! of the resolution passed by Parlin- j ment in connection with thc- proposed ! pdvanco to Sandford,, Ltd. Mr. Sand- ; ford hod also written to thc effect that thc bank -had called upon him to pay up thc full amount of thc over- draft, and had further informed him that -an officer of the bank would take {possession, and that on Monday thu whole of the works, except the blast furnaces, woufd be closed down. In answer to "questions, Mr. Wade said thc bank made no suggestions, (but simply gave a definite refusal. In Cvicw of these definite assertions and fhe attitude of the House, he could pot say anything more at present. In tony case, Mr. Wade intimated, noth- ing would be dane before Monday.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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CABLEGRAMS OBITUARY. KING OSCAR DEAD. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

CABLEGRAMS OBITUARY. ; KING OSCAR. BEAD. . LONDON, Monday. Thc death is announced of King Oscar of 'Sweden. ^ (Oscar H.; King of Sweden) ao/l un- til 1903 j of Norway),..was born in 1829,;being a grandson.of the. Firsts Napoleon'« famous {general. Marshal Bernadette, ' who became King of Sweden in 1818. King Oscar ascend red the throne in 1872 in succession to Jiis brother Churles W. He was ' un excellent scholar and writer,, having translated Goethe's "Faust"' into' Swedish, and also issued a vjolume of poems. He married the, Princess Sophia of Nassau, of whom he had issue four sons. Thc Crown Prince is Prince Gustavus, who, married Prin- cess Victoria of Haden, and his eldest son, Prince Gustavus Adolphus, mar- ried in 1905 Princess Margaret of Connaught).

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DEFENCE OF THE EMPIRE. THE NEED OF A CITIZEN ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

DEFENCE OF . THE EMPIRE. "~, THE NEED OF A* CITIZEN ARMY. Tbc liorl of Onslow, presiding at a (recent meeting of the ? National Ser-' vice teague, said that Ute county of Surrey did not look with contempt on Mr. Haldane's Army scheme, and intended to give it a fair trial. He hoped that itc would arouse interest In national defence., Wt were accus: tomed-to regard our sea girt isle as removjed from the probability of de- feat, but to take our chances of war was most dangerous, und the Nation- al Service League could ' act fis a stand by to Mr. Haldane's scheme." " Mr. St. Loe Strachcy po'intcd out the advantages of military training, /morally, physically, and" intellectual- ly, to young men - as * shown by the "Spcctator's" army experiment, Mr. L. J. Maxse (editor ol the 'iNational Review") said that our military weakness was a very serious menace to an understanding with France, and but for our Navy our alliances would crumble away, for nations would bo forced to scch stronger allia...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Romance of Mining. THE VULCAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

Romance of Miningee "THE VULCAN." The striking of tin'] at 1200, feet ver- tical ..depth in.the.Vjulcan miñe ¿t Ir- vinebank." will.; have a. great. effect 'on thc probability o. the life pf. the mine and may haye a much, greater as re- gards'tho '[«'hóle* district, says* the Brisbane "Sun.", Tin~haï never been worked' in Australia j at this depth/ nor anjHvhere else in.. the -.world ' out- side Cornwall. -FoçtiSvtuiy years back the main, straight'shaft in which this discovery was anado ^last .week,,'- has not been - on; thc ore body, but - has been connected With "it at different" lewis 'from? about SOO feet to 900 feet by ' á ' scries! bf 'crosscuts of vari- ous lengths up "to close on ' 200 feel: The chances . are, ; therefore,! , that, des- pite the erratic occurrence of this (deposit, ; like all ¿. ÍN.Q.. tiru deposits,. this lind in..tho straight" shaft is a ,new ore..body altogether ,. and if it has only half the iife yf, the other, the outlook is particularly bright. ' . . «...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY. Is Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery, tho well-known remedy for all Chest and Lung troubles ls 6d and 3s per bot- tle. Obtainable at all Chemists and storftkeeperSj

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
General News. THE WIFE'S PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

General News. THE Wtt'E'S PBÖGBESS. . Before Mr. Justice Simpson in the Sydney Divorce Court recently, Cath- erine, Healey petitioned for a divorce from her" husband, James"Mealey, on ¡the ground for desertion. Petitioner said on the previous , day , that shortly after,, meeting her husband .they ''walked' out.*' That" was the first stage of courtship. Then they "kept tompany;*' That was the second stage. Then they got married. That was the third stage. "'And thc fourth stage is that you get divjorced," smil ingly inquired his Honour. 'Yes," the petitioner assented with a. bnuad smile.-. . Potitlonor-^ld itha^teStèi^gl hit of coming;home drunk every night bringing a.Lottie of 'beer ;with . him.: Upon her refusing to drink ¿ with . him lie used to pull her but ,of Ibcd. bv-the hair and throw! tho .beer .over her. He varied thc treatment on 'occasions by knockdngr.her head against, the! wall. One da.v he told her to : draw the rest ', of.her .money ¿ out ¡ of ithe bank .for, pim, br p...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MINING The Kirk Diggings. MINING REVIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

v MINING;,^; 4 _.. ? ? j The Kirk Diggings. I MDÏIÎÎG REVIVAL. A sporty .'of mining'men v,sited the Kirk Diggings on Saturday week witu thc object "of inspecting thc Sisters Extended mine, from which such fav- ourable developments were reported as to size, richness, and regularity of 'thc-lode; arid the rise iii marktet val1; uts in the last , few fdays of over 150 per cent, shows that there are strong buyers^ about* Samples of thc foot-: wall 'and hanging-wall portions', of the lode, 'taken right ¿cross the faces by,.Mrj."G.'.ïC Bray,' assayer, gaye the following ' returns:-Footwall, '? fiais.4 ládwts.; hanging-wall," 8035. lödwts; whilst picked pieces go up to lSoxs. per ton..-,. ; lt may be interesting to thc public to know that this miue was first worked by -Mr. Harold Archer, of. the Kirk Diggings, and die late Hr. Chas. iohUhe^aiternoon on which they peg- ged nut the ground). A; vertical shaft bad "been started, but had not been sunk far when (he proprty was floated jntp the N...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EUCHRE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

EUCHKE PARTY, A progressive euchre porty and "basket ^vening will bo held in thc Oddfellows' Hall on Thursday next, :at 8 p.m. in uid of the Hospital. Prizes have lieen donated for the euchre and coflce will be provided. Ladies are admitted free if they bring a basket containing supper for two, and they will also be given a num . bored entrance ticket which will gives them a chance in the Christmas ham. i The baskets will \» auctioned og at thc close bf the euchre and the pur- chaser shares the contents with thc lady, who provided it. A large num- ber^ tickets have been sold and everything points; to a successful evening. DRYDEN'S FAMOUS EMBROCA" XION tar BHKDMAXISlli

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A HEAVY STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

, A HEAVY STOBM, ï.'î A traveller from Chillagoe states 'that ihe storm experienced there on Saturday night was tho severest over felt in that township. Ia addition fo the exceptionally heavy downpour of rain, about three inches of hail fell, doing considerable damage. : Many houses were unroofed and' one .dwelling was lifted bodily from its ¿tümps. Reports from Dimbulah 1 also state that on Saturday night a ! heavy storm blew up and tho creeks are now all swollen ' and running j strongly.

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DEATH OF AN OLD IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

DEATH OF AN OLD IDEN1" T1TY» - Thc death occurred in the hospital ..'yesterday oí Mc. (J. Colley, senior fitter in the locomotive branch of the ... railway, and au old and trusted ser- vant of thc department. jKor some | time past hu had suHered indifferent health, and .thinking a chango liould do him good tooK a trip up the linc as far us Chillagoe, but did not gain much relief. He returned to Cairns and entered ,the hospital where he subsequently pussed away. ' Deceased's age was 67. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon and . wus largely attended. j

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THE BARRIER'S CARGO. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

THE BARRIER'S CARGO, Tho Adelaide Company's cargo steamer Harrier, which berthed along 'side the Chillagoe wharf ' yesterday atternoon, brought a cargo of 500 tons coal, 300. tons .coke, 210 pigs, . a^ number of sheep, and one locomo- tive. Captain Lang reports an un- eventful voyage right : up from Mel- bourne. ? ? -.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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PETFORD HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

I?J3T*X>KI> HOTEL.. - Messrs Brownlee, Donald & Co., Ltd., 'Irvinebank, invite tenders ior tho lease oí the Petford Hotel, Par- ticulars upon application to the firm aforementioned. .. ?. .

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ATHERTON LAND REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

ATHERTON LAND REVENUE. ? Tho amount oí revenue collect«*! ut the Atherton Land office for thc month of November amounted to £2445/3/", chiefly made up of appli- cation moneys in connection with the East Barron lands.

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THE WHARF EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

THE 'WHARF EXPLOSION^ In coiinectioa"<wiÍh\ thc explosion - oí|th« cylinder oí ânnnonia on the Adelaide . Company's wharf on Mon- day, "it was learnt on iuqjuiry yestor ; day .that .Mr. C, Stranks, who sus- tained injuries of a more serious na- ture than thc other two men, was progressing favorably, although it was expecuxl he would be under medical care for some time, JVC are informed that Mr. Stranks is an em- ployee of Mr, J. Boland and not en- gaged as an assistant on the wharf as previously stated, - .". »

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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FOOTPATH EXPECTORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

FOOTPATH EXPECTORATION A .correspondent writes :-4 'Kindly | . -.allow-me to draw attention to thc - pernicious habit of expectorating on ;~tho? footpath that is indulged In by ' so 'many of the pedestrians in Cairns. No surer "method of spreading con- sumption could be obtained, and if in southern cities such a practice is strictly forbidden, surely similar preventive measures could' bc adopted in this town if the citizens are to. be bafegoarded against a wasting and incurable disease."

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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NAVAL INSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

NAVAL INSTRUCTION. The following members of thc Cairns Naval Brigade and Cadets leave hy the Yongala to-day for Bris- bane where thçy will go through : a course, of instruction lor higher rat- ing :-Messrs J, Colbert, - S. jVáyéll, A. Bradshaw, Jt Birche J . Davis and .H. l'cderson. These naval volun- teers will see some practical work, on board the gunboat Gayundah and on land, and should, return well infor- med on all. matters connected with navul duty and discipline.

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MATTERS POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

MATTERS PÖLITICALr Capí; l<ang\ of thc Barrier which arrived here 'yesterday ir om ?Mel- bourne stated that thc one topic in, thc south was politics. The other. States had their - eyes eagerly fixed on Queensland tri note the result bf tho forthcoming elections, as such a crisis had been- unKnown before in Australian history. ? ; '

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ETHERIDGE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

ETHERIDGE VISITORS. intending visitors to the Etheridge can make arrangements for visiting the varions portions ol the field ? by wiring to William Cramb, Auctioneer Georgetown. Buggies can always be I arranged for if orders are wired in 'advance. This obviates annoying de- lays which often occur when visitors reach Georgetown and find a diffi- culty in obtaining suitable and prompt means of being conveyed to the outlying portions of the field; Mr. Cramb also supplies at. short notice all Information required re-' «arding minina investments, «tc.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

SPRING. The Spring months bring joy so far as climate is concerned : but the ' change affects mankind. COäRECTION.-Dr. Rumsey'* Com- pound Sarsaparilla. i SUMMER Aggravates the condition, and if you have not been wise in treating 1 yourself in Spring,- Pimples, Boils, and'Blood Dîsord^V appear.. «««» -'* j will take'two bottles to do what one bottle will do in Spring. AUTUMN; If the conditions of Spring and Summer have not been met-your j case neglected-it will fare badly with you when you reach WINTER- 1 when your blood will be poor, leaving ¡ you open to attacks of Pneumonía : ' and other Pulmonary Troubles ¡ IT IS WISE To take a few dos» of RUMSEY'S ! SARSAPARILLA everjf week through i out the year. There are otl the market, bi DR. lt is mad' Jamaica Sarj secret procei full medicen, purifying roo] AT ALL Sarsaparillas in inly one MSEY'S rom the best Red ÍWilla Root by a j which extracts the ! rtue of this blood-i STOREKEEPERS HEUISTS. AND TAYLOR & Cj DR| HYGEM THE WORLD T...

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