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CAIRNS MANGOES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

CAIRNS MANGOES. In' collecting statistics respecting fruit trees, it is lound that some kinds arc more frequently than oth- ers planted about tne holdings pro-: miscuously, instead of with! rcgularity likc an orchard, lt is foufrid in sucli cases that ¡when thc crop obtained is not a remunerative one, there is a strong tendency on the part of-the farmer to ignore its existence alto- gether. The niango is frequently planter! ns much for shade as far its fruit and is seldom grown by itself in j n. distinctive plantation. ' lt.therefore | Incomes practically impossible from I year ' to year to keep a satisfac- tory check on the returns of acreage. It is estimated that for Inst year in tho petty sessions district o( Cairns" there were seven acres of mangoe trees bearing which gate a resuit of 44,060 do?en. For tho pre- vious year, there were ten acres re- turning 49,334 dozen. The present, year should also bc well up to the average as some splendid crops are being obtained nt present. A...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATIVE REVOLT. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

NATIVE REVOLT. LONDON,-Tuesday. Five hundred natives employed, in thc Vorspoed minc in ' thc Orange' River Colony-revolted and destroyed much property. They then started for.Kronslad where the police haye been reinforced. '.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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POLISH BOYCOTT LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

POLISH BOYCOTT''* * : ¿.ONDÓX; Tuesday. ' : Owing .to the' hill to Germanise' Posen, many firms at Warsaw arc boycotting German goods." '

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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CATTLE DRIVING. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

CATTLE DRIVING. LONDON; Tuesday. I William ^O'Brien and /(Timothy Healy Have strongly^ denounced '- cat- tle . driving. Seventeen persons were charged in Leinster with unlawful as semtly and the ju)ry disagreed. A jury at "the Munster assizes declined to convict three, persons charged wi,th< manslaughter. Ono pf theíáccuscd was seen striking the deceased; and all wore'identified. '. ? ' -. ' . :; . .

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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FREE EVERY MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

FREE EVERY MONTH. I Every day in the month, until fur- ther notice I will give a numbered ! ticket with every purchase made at my Drug Store, which will entitle the holder to a chance of gaining a val- uable gift. December prizes are: 1st, Set carvers ; 2nd, Cruet ; 3rd, Jam Dish. Winning numbers in lo- , cul papers and in window first day of each month. Winning numbers, November competition :-1st, 5135 ; 2nd, 5054 ? 3rd, 11G9. (Drawn by W. Barnwell, Es:).). Lennon, Chem- ist (By 'examination), Abbott St. (next Draper's), Cairns.

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

Remain DEAF Havin; tre«n naturally cured from (tatata tad most «Ustresnnif head-noiscs, without »ny nMüdnt Of e)*ctrii:ity. »ill »nd to all unfortunate «af mn HUß, Information how to cure themtelret at tne'r own homes with pure natural aural kinetics, Ox NEXTIOII.NO THIS IUI-KR. ASDUSS: " KtOSCWE," 90 Ult Slrwt. Sy*ny, M.W

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Policeman Leaves £7,000. MANY FIANCEES MOURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

Policeman Leaves £7,000. MANY, FIANCEES MOURNING. A great, deal1 bf interest is being felt (says the Melbourne "Age") at Mary- borough, in the distribution of the estate of the late Peter Bain, for ma- lay years a well-Unown local police- man, without relations, who died worth about "¿7000. Bain had a gilt for making and saving money. In his day he had been regarded as an elig- ible party by a wide range of femin- inity. Although managing to elude marriage1 he \yas several times en- gaged, and the theory was that those who forebore to sue him for breach of promise hoped that when he died it would bo found ho had not forgot ton them in his will. . Some months ago the ex-constable passed away in- testate, to the general wonderment 'and individual mortification. An an- onymous letter sent to a solicitor of the town has now revived these feel- ings. Thc writer has enclosed what purports to bc the will of Peter Bain, ^xplaininp; that it was picked up .years ago on the road between Don- a...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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THE TEST TEAM. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

I . 'THE TEST TEAM. _ ' ., ..- ., ;; ? SYDNEY,- Tuesday. J The two Victorians Hazlett and ; Ransford have been invited ta conic tc Sydney with a view to playingJf. selected for. the test match. 't? ; Carter..is now. (.practically. ccrtairL to bc .widk'ot keeper." It is thought^ that Carkcek might IKS asked to come! oycr.but he has¿ notbeep ., dnviteii.i Carter evidently having boen decided' upon.

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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International Cricket. N.J. Wales v. South Australia. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

?jj^>' International-Cricket.^^y. nrarwaiêT'vrSouth Australia. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Tho match was continued to-day, the weather, being fine and the at- tendance fair. Th« .South Austra- lians resumed their second innings, ami. werc.ali out for 519. The Welsh men in their second innings had 3 wickets down for 214 when the Ànmiis^were. drawn. ¡ Following are. thc scores STH. AUSTRALIA, lat InpinBs. 349 N.,S. .WALES, 1st innings,. 276 SOUTH .AUSTRALIA, 2nd : Innings., Wright; ,'Ù. Hopkins ."5j5, Claxton,-l.b.w"b Kclîaway. 75 C. Hill,' st. Carter, b Kclîaway ... »4 Pellew',,b Whiddon;.- W Dolling,': c Ruft, cb Whiddon.113. Jennings, c Rlox,and, b Hopkins 52. Ll Hill, b Kclîaway ........i............ 28 O'Connor,"* b Whiddon .r..w.¿Y.. .6 Chamberlain, b Whiddcn,. ..r........ .36 Mayne, b Whiddon., .17. Qehrs. not out.:: 8 -Sundries ... 26 1 * ' ' Total' ; .*. 519 Bowling : Whiddon, t 4-fort. 140 ; Kellaways 3 for 114 ; Hopkins; 2 fer 70'[ 'Johnson, 1 for 62. ¡ , , . .. - ' ~' N:S. WALES,,...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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SEPARATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

SEPARATION DAY. Yesterday was thc 48th anniver- sary oí tho separation of Queensland from New South Wulcs, and although Che States ure now federated . as a whole the day was observed as . a semi-public holiday. {speaking to a '.'Post" representative yesterday an oki resident of Cairns expressed the wish that it might signify separation (or Queensland in the truest sens« Federation, he continued, had douc nothing for the North, and in addi- tion to having a costly Federal Par- liament to support, this portion of the Commonwealth was pcnulised whilst Sydney nnd Melbourne were reaping the benefits of such a con* binatiou of thc- States. If our motto were "one nation, one flag, one destiny,"- where lay the wisdom 'of contributing to the upkeep of two parliaments ? The sooner a seces- sion movement wa« commenced in Queensland the quicker this State would throw off tho unjust impedi- ments imposed upon her, and would shape her own course towards pros

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

5 * .S - . 3 )^ ; ?>-.? '.---.. Tho whole of-the .Christian world will shortly bo < f> ~r-;-1 extending the- handt oí íriendship, peace andgood- - ? . ? ?'.- !J^> ÎC -, . ? will and wishing all and sundry. ...... 1 A K ' Ä - THE COMPLIMENTS OP THE SEASON. -_-- ^ K "X ..;T ?.? --. The giving and receiving of appropriate and Sea- - ' : -, v yt X ...-._ . . : ---:-- sonable Gifts will be tho order of tho . day, and ? - ?S ^ * " ¿5 ?:. :---- to thoso seekers after thc new-tho beautifulJthO ". - ^ K ' V- -. '. - * ; * . . Ä ? inexpensive-and useful, 0ur present complète ( « . ? . - . - :.---- showing, of fChr stmas^ Gifts will "come ns a rove- .- * 2 5 ^ : - 2 ? - ..-....... rj ? . ?-.. lation of completeness.í.í ; . - ? ?' Ä : We say; truthfully, that « wo have norer before -. . opened, up sucb^exqtosit. .'.Jewellery Goods * " -, . Tho whole ¿f our Show Cases and. Windows'* simply'Jwintíllate.with. .. lirigatand New V' .Jc&STMAS GIFT IDEAS. ¿ Wo can fit,your ...

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Publisher's Notice. The Cairns "Post." [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

Publisher's Nötice. .'? An Independent Journal of North . Queensland. An impartial recorder of current events, mining developments in tho Far North, Agricultural, past- oral, social, shipping and general news. The "Post" has numerous and well-informed contributors in the various centres of population throu- ghout North Queensland, and Special Correspondents in the metropolitan cities of the Commonwealth. Local- ly, it advocates, in the first place and nil the time, the requirements of the district . in which it is establish ed, the, rich and extensive territory .known aa tho /Cairns Hinterland. Its aim, from a political point of view, is to advocate the cause of Sound Progress, Just Government, Constitutional Liberty, and the en- couragement of Private Enterprise and Individual Effort. Tho "Po9t" stands upon its merits ns a "news-" paper, special tare being ' taken to i;eep its readers well informed daily i with regard to matters of interest in tho rCommonwealth, Europe, and Great B...

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FANTOME'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

FANTOME*S CONCERT. Tho concert by thefFajatonie blun jackets takes place thia loyeniog' '« Iii the Shire Hali; *«*

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TRADE WITH THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

TRADE WITH THE EAST. In tho Now South Wales Lwriplntiyo Assembly recently, the Premier, in reply to Mr. Fitzpatrick,, said his attention had been drawn to tho tact that tho Victorian Government had recently entered into an arrangement to subsidise the,Currie lino bi steam-' era trading to Singapore and 'Java. 'Ho understood that tor som» time Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co., and Messrs. Archibald Gurrie and Co., had, unsubsidised, : conducted a regu- lar service between Sydney and S n gapore, and that a considerable trade was transacted. It had been repre- sented to him that tho subsidised service initiated by Victoria would\ place at a marked disadvantage tho unsubsidised service conducted by Messrs. Burns, Philp and Co. Ho had also ticen informed, however, that no Sydney cargo had over been refused by the Currie Company, thaH' company's vessels being largo enough to cope alone with the entire export '', trado' of both Now South «nd |«hlpvcra aid-not obtain lower freight rates than S...

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NEW LEGISLATION. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

NEW LEGISLATION. SYDNEY. Tuesday. In tho Legislativo Assembly last night lt was resolved that tho House on thc next sitting day resolves it- self into a icammittco of the wholo to consider ; the expediency of bringing; in a bill to provide for a minimum wage for certain persons, to mako better provision in certain cases for payment of overtime and tea ononey, to amend thc Factories & Shops Act of 1896 OTK! for purposes consequent thereon and incidental thereto.

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MAX SCHAFFERT'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

MAX SCHAFFERT'S ESTATE. At the Supreme Court, Townsville   on Saturday, probate in the will of Conrad Phillip George Maximillian Schaffert, late of Donnyville,   near Georgetown, mine and battery owner, was granted to Alice Margaret Schaffert and John Phillip Frederick Schaffert, the executors named in the will. The realty was   sworn at under £101 and the personalty at under £2802 1ls. Mr. A.   G. Doubleday was solicitor for the executors.

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

"Morning Post" Business, Trade, Professional. Index to Advertisers. ARCHITECTS^ Tunbridge, Tunbridge & Lynch Spence Street. A. B. Polin, Lake Street. AUCTIONEERS. " A. J. Draper, Abbott Street. Robert Sturt &, Co., Spence Street. It. T. ilcJIunusi Abbott Street. J. G.. Hoare,.Lake Str?et. ' Hollway,'-'J. M. Herberton. ' ' BlÁCKSMITHS^^Ív^É£r**«,if' .WEIGHTS. W. E. Gregory, Spence Street ' Golling Bros,, Sachs Street. ' BANKERS. The Queensland National Bank, Ltd., J. Alison, manager. BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS, E. Hooper, Spence Street.. BUTCHERS. The Cairns Butchering Co., Spence Street. Munro & Co., Lake Street. Jalland Bros., Kuranda. BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS. Bulcock Bros., Spence Street. . Hanson & Sons, Lake Street. BREWERS. McCracken's, Wright Heaton & Co., Ltd., agents. . BOARDING HOUSE KEEPERS* L. Mcinerney, i'Queenslaad,"- Spence , Street. . . , [Mis. Facey, "Prince of Wales,"- Lake Street. BOOT IMPORTERS. J. Jennings, Abbot...

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

Summer Season's Drapery & Clothing, 1907. OUR SECOND SHIPMENT ( Qi SEASONABLE SUMMER GOODS is now to hand, and comprises, ^ among many other choice goods, the following : i /j^Rrsets, Laces; Embroideries, Rushings, Ribbons, Flowers,,Veilings, Umbrellas, WhJHnd Dark Ground Cambrics, Pongees, Lawns, Zephyrs, French Muslins, Apron LawnP(Tucked Skirt Lawns),, Delaiñettes, Batistes, Cretonnes, Lace Curtains, Bengal Stripe Lace Hangings, Quilts, Sheetings, Table Linens, Mosquito Nets, Floor Cloths, Mattings, Mats, Towels, Table Linen, Dowlas, Glass Cloths, Canvas, Calicoes, Drills, Suitings, Galateás, American Leathers, Waterprooi Sheetings, Valance Nets, &c. BURNS, PHILP & CO., Limited. LEMON WHISKY AN IDEAL BEVERAGE.-ABSOLUTELY PURE. A DRINK THAT HAS LONG BEEN WANTED. A SCIENTIFICALLY PREPARED STIMULANT. FOR TEMPERATE PEOPLE, NOT TEETOTAL ERS.-A FOOD.-A LUXURY.-A MEDICINE. A SAFE STIMULANT.-A FASCINATING DRINK. RECOMMENDED BY HIGH MEDICAL AUTHOR mp.. ^ AGENTS.-H....

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

PERFECT FEATURES are spoiled by imperfect twth. The prettiest mouth loses its charm j' some teeth are missing and others are discolored or decayed. r ' . lit. is possible to have PERFECT TEETH They are daily made so at our " ; X/ H SURGERY. ,. . ' OUR .SYSTEM OF DENTISTRY is tba most successful and satisfac- tory. All patients aro highly pleased with the quality of our work. A. W. McM'ANIS,' (Late of' Sydney"), ABBOTT : STREET CAIRNS. ' DRESSMAKING _'' .MBS. E. 0. HACK (late of Towns- ville) begs , to advise the General Public that she has started busibess aa Dressmaker and guarantees . every satisfaction. For foll particulars apply to Mrs. Hack, Sachs-street, Cairns. Queensland Boarding House j ? and Restaurant., SPENCE STREET, CAIRNS, ' ' .Opposite J. L. Rheuben'«. LIZZIE MCINERNEY, Proprietress. Every Comfort and Convenience. A Trial Solicited. THOMAS GRIFFITHS ^ TIMBER MERCHANT» has also in ¿tock handles for all purposes, in c'uding miners and navvies' axe, adze, and broom, now,...

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AN INTERESTING CONSTITUTIONAL POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

AN INTERESTING CONSTITUTI- ONAL POINT. It is well-known to those who take any interest. in... constitutional mat- ters that the .Commonwealth M» well us tho S taja -.I'arliaments naive not sovercig^jP^wxirs." They have no right to legislate beyond thc powers conferred' on thent*by : their constitu- tions, which haye been granted to them by the British Parliament, If any of their acts arc repugnant .'.¡to legislation ot the. higher tribunal they are null - and void. Nor have they any treaty-making powers. In Australia no grave difficulty has over arisen, but in Canada there is at the present moment considerable dissatis- faction witn scvgial : treaties-, oí a more or less commercial - character, dint have been entered into by tbe British , Government in. ] connection with subjects that fringe on Cana itiaji^mterests. -Sir Wilfred Laurier, the other day made a notable com- plaint.! He said, v. We have suffered on the Atlantic ; wo have suffered on the Pacinc ; wc have suffered on the ...

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