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

. Jubilee and Queen Constance are one and the same minci E & FEN W I CK, JETS TAL -:- "WORKS, WN1Y ILL E . ...: r MONUMENTS, CROÉES, HEADSTONES, AND IRON RAILINGS. ME LR MONI LARGEST STOtf IN THE NORTH TO SELECT PROM. PUn« .m itimates Posted Free on Application. John Cairns, AGENT, CAIRNS. NICHOLAS FYNN, Auctioneer & Commission AGEMT. MACROSSAN STREET, 9ort DontflM. ANE Swallow; doesn't make a Summer, bur. if yin .KxnHÍ'»inIly »wtJI'>w one .>f Craix'a Kolanut Fwk*me-«u, tropical nwt will uot d«prew y<M. (kl each. HUGH FRASER, LICENSED SURVEYOR CIVIL ENGINEER. OFFICE: DIVISIONAL HALL, CAIRSS. ; ! H. M; SîSPSfiH, CABINET MAKES, -UPHOLSTERER .': : AND UNDERTAKER!" HM. SVENDSEN has; iii * "Stock; ;?»* .> Selection of- ' ^FURNITURE .BEDDING COUNICE-POLES "- ' . PICTURE MOULDINGS. Coffin Trimmings, Shrouds, ftc, always in stock. Funerals conducted in fiist cliss htyle nt shortest.notice. .'. H. M. Svendsen, LAKE-ST., CAIRNS. DIGESTIVE, Palatable and Ref...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

BOOT & SHOE M AKEB, ABBOTT BTV CAIRNS. BOOTS &~SHOES To MEASURE on the ? Shortest Notice FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED. REPAIRS NEATLY & PROMPTLY. EXECUTED. Boots and Shoes Kept in Stock. M.W. is also Unding Boots and Shoes from the best English and American ? Makers, which he will sell Cheap : for Cash Only. Ho also keeps Half-Soles, Rivets, Etc. . : for Outside Customers. Mark Winstone, ABBOTT .;- Streut, CAIRNS. FOR LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUR STOMACH. INDIGESTION. HEADACHE BACK AC ¡E. .fee.. . " . Take a couple of Fletcher's Pills every second night; trey are a prompt1 and sure cure ond »five certain relief. V FLETCHERS PILLS are a quick, sure and reliable remedy for nil cm plaints arising from tni;.¡.) liver, indigestion, weak st-'wimcli;»>nl impiiii. ties of the bl .nd. Tfu-y are prep'ired on rational ¡ind sensible lines and' do not continua particle of calomel, gam- boge,- or any. drastic purgative, but operate by perfec'ly' iiati<Wil nicaiix, ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE MAN WHO KNOWS THE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

THE MAN WHO KNOWS THE ¡ ROAD. He drives directly home, even i . dark night«, does, the roan: who know the road. The over-hanging gloom the deceptive Glindows, the nncertnii sounds, don't, bother him. He cai feel the ground under his. waggoi wheels, uiid the '* lay of the Itnil " i: open to bini as at clear noontide. Ii is the stranger in those p u ti who ii confused ¡md befuddled, who knockt people up to :>*fc questions,- wh.) finally Indues in the ditch. .Where, to go, and how to get them \ what tn do, and how to do it-why, tho nutt who kuov&lhat comes to the I fi ont everywhere and always. Bul the 'opposite; the wasts-of time,- money, power, health, Ac., in blind experi- ments, how disheartening and disas- trous it is ! Take ¡rn' il nitration of this sort and you will see how it fits in à minute. ' "Tn ilie spiing of 1 S!)2," s*y's> lady who lives i down nenr.'tlie^ E«M coast, "I liéjiin 'to "feVT'iH.- T-1*'á?«-yio0i appétit1, and «ft:r everything late, no matter how...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

MOVEMENTS.. The s.a.. Allinga from the South' is due hereto-day. The s.s. Palmor is expected early tins morning. ' . The s.s. Tainan will leave this port for Hong-Kong on 10th November. The s.s Changsha left Hong-Kong on 12th inst, for this port. The s.s. Naid has replaced s.s. Adelaide (running between Townsville and Cairns via Geraldton) during overhaul of latter stornier. The Adelaida Co.'s steamer Adelaide took 303 tons silgar from hero last trip.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mcllwraith McEachern & Co. NEW LINE OF STEAMER TO CAIRNS. ARRIVAL OF S.S. "BOTHWELL CASTLE." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

Mcilwraith McEachern ft C!o. NEW LINE OF STEAMER TO CAIRNS. ARRIVAL OF S.S. "BOTHWELL CASTLE." A bani uf excitement was apparent throughout Cairns last Sunday morn- ing when the s.s. Bothwell Castle, Cap. . Nightiugall, the first of Mcilwraith, McEnchem & Co's fleet to visit Cairns, came steaming into port,1 For some time past it was known that Messrs. Jack and Newell had been appointed Cairns agents for the latest bidders for Cairns trade, and it waa generally recognised that the Shipping Company had spcured in Mesara. Jack and Newell, the .best possible represent ttives and I that the new agency, under Mr Hen- rique's management, would he'quit « eqnal to : holding its own with other local rivals. When the Bothwell Castle, which is n splendid steamer of 3500 tons burden and 800 feet long first arrived, Captain Nightingall did not quite know win-re to «leer for, but seeing the A.TT.S.N. Coy's wharf occupied by the " Kutoom ba" he straightway made for. Wn'sli and Co's (Howard...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

HOWARD-SMITH LIKE OF INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. WEEKLY PASSENGER AND CARGO SERVICE WHIM CAIRNS TO . GERALDTON YS.S. LASS O'GOWRIE * (135Tons), LUCINDA V WEDNESDAY . I 18th August, TOWNSVILLE J at 8 ».in. Transhipping lv^s-ngers ami Carno into th.-S.S.?'" PEREGRINE," "TYRIAN," und ''LEURA;" leaving Townsville for all Southmi Pin ts evorj'Saturday. Passengeis Bonked through to all ?Southern Ports. ?'? CAIRNS TO SYDNEY VIA TOWNS- VILLE (ONLY) S.S. "BARRA BOOL," Tuesday, August 17th. MACKAY ROOKH A MITON MARYBOROUGH BRISBANE SYDNEY MELBOURNE ADELAIDE ALBANY FREMANTLE GERALDTON PEREGRINE LEURA TYRIAN FROM TOWNSVILLE Every SATURDAY. Reduced Steerage Fares. A LIBERAL REDUCTION is allowed off STEERAGE Passage Rates. For further particulars apply to WALSH & CO., -THE Adelaide Steamship .COMPANY, LIMITED. Passenger and Cargo Service BETWEEN CAIRNS AND WESTERN AUSTRALIA (VIA PORTS). CAIRNS TO SYDNEY IN SIX DAYS. S S. " Franklin." \^ OK I «S S.S. Allinga. >U< OR IMS S.S. "Ade...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. (Before B. R. Stafford Esq., P.M.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

Police Court. (Bufore Ii. R. Stafford Esq., P.M.) FHIDAV, OcTOIiKIl lÖTlI. Ah Siiei/ v. Lum Ker,. Larceny of fruit of I he value of £\, Mr Milford for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Mary Ah Young was sw, ni in as interpreter. Ah Suey being sworn hy blowing ont a mutch, said : "I mu ii gurdenei' living nt lit« Dui ron Uiver. 1 rent «round from Mr Thomatis-MrThom tis pegged ont the ground, which is next to defendant's garden. Dr-frtnduiit took the bananas off my ground," At this stage of the proceedings tho court found that they hud no jurisdic- tion. Case dismissed. Plaintiff to pay 10s Gd for interpreter. Police v. Saut Hoi/, Selling poison (opium) without a license. Mr Milford appeared for defendant who pleaded " not guilty." Constable Maher deposed : " I am police constable at Nelson. On Satur- day, the 9th October, about 8.20 p.m. I met ii boy named Thoinns Leigh mid gave him 2«. lie had no other money on his person nor any opium ; ho went into defendant's shop and I saw hint...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

M. BOLAND, WHOLESALE & RE^C^¡ ¿JV i Provision ? ^r^lSipí ABBOTT STREET, CÁlRNé; (Next door .to A: Keeble & Co.) MBOLAND buys his Goods for Spot . Cash, in thc 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 if. BOUND'S STOCK ? My Si Everything tl Everything^ Everythil Everything ta Everything! [Comprises ewife requires. Itniner requires, lugar farmer requires, jfcr-gctter wants. Iway employee needs, My Beti For Cai| Less than WI Charged by ma TRY if ASK FOR m fncea k ie Prices firms. ¡AND ÍRICES 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. Hùpter's PROFESSOR FINKLER, in an article published in the British Pharma- ceutical Journal, says:-Papain ns a ferment which is manufactured accord...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. October 16.-Katoomba, s.s.. Captain I ? : Manh&U (ram Melbu»nw, vi». putta. A ü..%r~ Octolicr'lutKT-TToairag», »".»., Cnptaïri Meaburn, from Cooktown. Passengers : Roberts, Miss Miller and Mr Neil Mc 'Lcitn-1(5 in the steerage. Bums, Philp and Co., agente. October 17th.-Bothwell Castle, s.s., Captain C. J. Nightiugall, from Southern ports. Jack and Newell, agents. October 111th.-Duke of Sutherland, Q.R.M.S., Captain Coultar, from Bris- bane, via ports. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. October 15th.-Menmuir, s.s., Captain Craig, from China ports. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. October 17th.-Adelaide, s.s., Captain Ussher, from Sydney. Passengers: Mes- dames Rowiiton, Comerford, iîorthage and family, Misses Barett and Smith, and Messrs Rownton, O'Brien, White, Cross, Cavey, McLeod, Buchanan, Cun- ningham, Malcolm, Baker, and Cole. J. J. Feaariley, agent. October 20tli.- Lass O'Gowric, s.s., Captaiu McKenzie. Passengers : Messrs Martin, Joyce, Rosendale, Sea-Poy...

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

33. R. X.S'W^XS, '? WHOLESALE . COFFEE MERCHANT. GROWN AND MANUFACTURED BY P. R; LtiWIS, .. .? , . ,. :. . ... . AT ?'^-;'.: ?? ??.??>. MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, 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, and No 2 IN 2-lb. TINS, BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Residents of Cairns, Mareeba, Herberton, Montalbion, California Creek, Thc Tate, and settlers generally should ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other. Try One Tin as an experiment. The grower and manufacturer plcdaes his word that there is no bettor matured or purer Coffee in the world than LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. THE :. GRESHAM HOTEL ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. MRS. BYRNE, Proprietress. THE Gresham Hótol is situated in the centre of the main block in Abbott Street, adjoining Messrs Burns, Philp & Co. s business premises. PRIVATE AIRY PARLORS. LARGE COMM...

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

Wanted, WANTED-TV PURCHASE. Cheap Four-wheel buggy, v Apply "CASH,': this Office. virfs ? T OST. -A BLACK RETRIEVER DOG. Ai Anyone found in possession of this dog after this notice, will be prosecuted. 10s. reward will bo paid to anyone re- turning dog' to undersigned. - W. J. CAIIESDAR, Licensed Survenir, Hamble- don. . '.. .. -. LOSÍF on Esplanade or Beach, Cairns, a Bunch of Keys, Finder will be re- warded on delivering them to . MESSRS CLAYTON & Hui/;' or Mr Hansford of Burns, Philp & Co. Comfortable Accomodation for Accouchement Casesr MRS. F. RÈAY, WATER -:- STREET. CAIRNS. (Opposite top crossing on-Railway Line .? leading to Paramatta.) LADIES requiring Accomodation, and Services of skilled Nurse, will lind every Convenience at above address. 'Comfortable Roo JIN and special atten fcwau. t«Ai«« T.-^1: . t ' >3 '-* - ~r? i Letters or Telegrams addressed as above will receive prompt attention. . TEHMS-MODERATE.. ., MRS. SAPSFORD, Midwife and Nurse, BEGS to In...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

Commercial. Messrs Goldsborough, Mort & Co., Sydney specially report on the produce market under díte 6th October as follows : Sheepskin!:,-FuH-woolled 4¡d to 5fd per medium, 3M to 4jd per lb; shortg, 2d to 3jdperlb." Hides_Heavies, 3j-d to ajd ; special substance, jd ; mediums, jld to !}[cl ; lights, 3d to 4d per lb. Talloto.-Prime Mutton, ¿lb to ¿J6 15s; beef, ¿15 to £\d ; mixed, £\¡ 5s lo ¿16 ¡s per ton. Sheepskins-The demand still continues animated at prices quite equal to thc impro- vements of last, auction. For superior lines showing good condition, ¡ki and 5JU was obtainable. Hides-There was only a small supply to hand, but thc enquiry was not so strong as previously, although last week's rates were obtainabls with difficulty, and wc fear that present prices will not be maintained. Tallow-The very gloomy report from London has caused this market to decline 5s per ton on the best qualities, but for medium and inferior a larger reduction had lo bc accepted.

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From Our Point of View. SCHOOL OF ARTS AND MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

From Our Point of View. SCHOOL OF AKTS AND MUSEUM. There are now 9C0 volumes in the Cairn School of Arts, and a new supply of books has been ordered from England und may be expected at an early date. Two or three good reference books are badly wanted in the library, and the Committee might advisedly en- deavor to abtain same-" Irving's Annals of the Times" for »ne. Thc members roll is now between 80 and 90, a state of affairs not over encouraging. In a district like Cairns one would expect at-least a couple of hundred subscribers to the School of Arts. With the Committee's permission wc would throw out the sug- gestion that it would be a good idea to endeavour to cater for country customers. If arrangements were made with some re- sponsible person at the Mulgrave-Mr. O'Neill or Mr. Mighell for instance-to receive and return each week a box of books, a good many farmess, mill-hands, etc., might be induced to join. This would, of course, entail the publishing of a catalogue, but no li...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

NOTÉS AND NOT10ÊS. The Mareeba 'Express flickered out of existence two or three,weeks ago. but some- ,. ,, how or other'nobody seémsylo; Dave "noticed * f' ,:" the fact until now. The Express was always »icely printed and there- ¡ti merit ceased.'. As " a result, it now ranks amongst the deceased. Mr 0. Lannoy. the late editor and proprietor of the Mareeba paper, is now the proprietor of the Cairns Argus, one of our evening con- temporaries, and doubtless finds that his new acquisition requires all his time and attention. The s.s. Katoomba, of the A.U.S.N. linc, arrived last Sunday, having towed from Melbourne to Townsville the dredge Croco- dile, lucently purchased by the Townsville Harbour Boord. The steamei then came on here and loaded about 50 logs, some of which are for Melbourne and Adelaide. It was hoped that all the logs awaiting ship- ment, (about 100) would bc loaded by the Katoomba, but cargo arrangements along the coast compelled the agents to leave a certaiu amount of r...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic. Wednesday's News by Wire. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. London, Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

Telegraphic. Wednesday's N>\vs by Wire. I . ?'? : ? '-. ? ? . - --5. LATEST ISTELLlspCK. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. Ladon. Tuc». Silver is minted - at.rês'2 jd per oz. Copper spot, JÊ-18 los.. Tu ¡£«3 17s per tim. : ' 'i(ÚÍ( ;*'., Sm ious statements Iiiivo'' leen made hy the passengers rescued fmti tho Triton, which was lust on-thc- Spanish coast. They state that the Captaiiiiexprcssed his intention of losing the ste-quei' as an act t>f revenge. :.. An employee of. the i^nii in .Telegraph Department has been 'arrgatcd/ f .r at temping t<i disposo bi'the French Govern- ment curtain secrets in connection with tho recently discovered-method of tele- graphing without wires. News hus licen received of the death of thirteen, members of ;i party of fifteen strong who were killed bj-''exposure when attempting to roach the Klondyke. They reached a point within 90 miles of the field.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MulgraYe Mill Meeting. EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL. TO DEBATE THE COMPANY'S POSITION. MR MACKEY TRIES HIS HAND AT FINANCE. AND AS USUAL GETS BADLY BOGGED. RETREATS FROM HIS POSITION AND HAS TO ADMIT THAT HE "DON'T KNOW WHERE HE ARE." THE DIRECTORS MORE THAN. FULLY VINDICATED. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 21 October 1897

MulgraYe Mill Meeting. .EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL. TO DEBATE THE COMPANY'S POSITION. , MR MACKEY TRIES HIS HAND AT ; FINANCE. ; AND AS USUAL GETS BADLY ': BOGGED. ' RETREATS FROM HIS POSITION AND HAS TO ADMIT THAT HE " DON'T JOJO W WHERE HE ARE." THE DIRECTORS MORE THAN . FULLY VINDICATED. An. extraordinary, general meeting of the shareholders in thc Mulgrave Central'Mill Company Limited was held m the secretary s office, Mulgrave, on Friday last at 2 p.m., to consider the results of this season's crashing, also the future working and management of the Company. There were present : Messrs A..J. Draper (Chairman of Directors) in the Chair: J. Gordon, W. Cannon, J. Grimes, R. Blackwell, H. Simmonds, and 1. Matkey, directors; H. Mere, J. Lehman, W. Jones, S. McKccman, T. Maree, H. Erickson, C. S. S. Ross, C Mollei, H. King, J. King, W. Griffin, J. Sorrenson, J. Clarke, W. Irvine, J. Warren, T. Shepherd, J. Steiger, W. J. Munro, C. Petersen and J. Bock. PROXIES. The following Proxies were h...

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Croydon. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

Croydon. Cairns has a direct interest in tho wel- fare of Croydon, for if the railway admin- istration is carried out on commercial lines, Croydon and the Etheridge will, in the near future, bo connected with this port This mm must ncv or be lost sight of, although the Hughenden Cloncurry, cuvr Townsville interest appears deter- mined that Georgetown mid Croydon shall find a port nt To« nsv die Tho foi lowing liFsuuh of tho past nine months' work nt thu Croydon goldfield wo extract from the last "MiningNews " to hand " The returns for the past time months should be read with interest by residents of this goldfield ami more putticularly by those direet'y interested in nuning They show clearly that, notw ttlist aiding the hen vy draw bick, occasioned by n cuutin uii drought, the actual output from tho mines for the nine months gives a sur plus of l,12Go/s when compared with tho pieviouB corresponding period, whilst dividend» shows a surplus of over¿£13,(KM) ov er calls For tho month o...

Publication Title: Morning Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

Cairns Caledonian Associa- tion and Burns' Club. -THE Annual Reunion '-OS THE CA/JiNS CALEDONIAN ASSOCIATION AND BURNS' CLUJ!, -WILL BE 11ELU IK THK CAINS - DIVISIONAL - HALL -ON' FßlDAY EVENING, 03TOBKH 29TJI 189". . TEA OK THEIÂBLÎ AT 8 P.M. SONGS AW HCITATIONS ii LOCAL TAUNT. DAHCIMC TO FOLLOW. TICKETS-Gonts, 3s Od ; Ladies, Is Od ; Children, Is. JOHN BANNATYNE, Secrotary. Coffee Plants. flOFFEE PLANTS for Salo in any v quantity, Strong, Healthy and Cheap. Appl* B, MARSHALL, Hambledon.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

Have you read it ? No, Kindly da so at once, and then profit by Andrew Jack's new system.* , Andrew Jack's new bonus system is catch- ing on splendidly. Read the advertisement. Cash buyers may start at any lime within the I meath»,* Delicious 'Kara" ! 'fioWW For a cup O^TD "lUnn" I t| -El LO] IE W LFIIÔÎ'ÏCO,!' Al R N 8. ¡¡¡li (PURE CEVLONS) BEATS THE WORLD. ?oie wm i mvnti i m m Froprietorf»'"' C is*ñ&-ie*mi

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Mareeba Amateur Dramatic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

Mareeba Amateur Dramatic Club. The above Club gave a public entertain- ment at the School of Arts here on Wednes- day last, the -20th inst., in aid of the Pro- visional School, The audience was fairly numerous, indulgent and appreciative. The first piece staged was entitled " A Cup of Tea " in which Scioggins, beset with duns, finds his way accidentally at midnight to the residence of Sir Charles Seymour, where he encounters Lady Seymour in her boudoir. After vehemently protesting that he is neither an assasin nor a burglar, ho enters into a conspiracy with Lady Seymour to ex- cite a red hot fit of jealousy in Sir Charles, whose favorite boast has always been that he is jealousy proof. Having succeeded, Sir Charles turns the tables on Lady Sey- mour by arraugiug with Scroggins a sham duel, which results in terrify mc her into iita. A mysterious liason of Sir Charles with a haUat cul, la explained to the satlsf autlou ot all concerned and all terminates in a. friendly cup of tea. Mr ...

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