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THE INDISPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

THE INDISPOSITION. Experienced b) delicate traveller1!, disorders of the stomach, loss of appetite and sleep, are all relieved b) Wolfe's Schnapps

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"MORNING POST." "Neither by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone." Thursday Morning, Oct 28, 1[?]. BELLENDEN KER CENTRAL MILL COY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

"MORNING POST." "Netther by fear nor by favor, but by Truth alone. TbwstUrXor&imr Ort. 38, 1887 BELLENDEN-KER CENTRAL MLL COY. In response to a cleverly written and diplomatic letter asking the Govern- ment for a revaluation of the lands comprised in the Bellenden-Ker Cen- tral Mill scheme; and detailing the strong grounds on "which such appli- cation was based, a reply has been received from the Government by the Directors of the Company. That re- ply is by no means of a tenor which might with reason have been antici- pated. Among other things the Minister for Works adheres to his previously announced decision not to issue debentures until the full valua- tion (;£+o,ooo) is completed and the deeds handed over. Mr. Dalrymple qualifies this, however, by intimating that if the full valuation is made up before the 15th December, he would extend the stipulated time for putting a given area under cane. In the light of facts which will be found ' de- tailed below,, this decision o...

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

Cooktown Items. (FROM THE Independent.) It is reported, that the Dredge is preparing to leave Cairns for Cook- town, but in the absence of any official advice there U still a lingering suspicion that Ministers are hurabuging ns about the date of her arrival here. Mr Hamilton will have to again waken up the acting-Treasurer. The Townsville lhdlelin predicts that the ».«..Victory will be put on to run from Cairns' to Cooktown with mails, ate, the cargo lor the'latta* jriaea being too small to pay 'large steamers. This cannot be altogether due to the decay of trade in the town, but partly to increased imports from England direct, and the Government in carry- ing out the mail contracts should remember that the revenue from the Palmer and Cooktown saved the credit and recovered the progress of the colony 24 years ago, and probably many of those miners who made their piles on the Palmer woi.ld have settled down in the neighbourhood instead of spending them in the South had the railway to ...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

NOTES AND NOTICES.! -* ' At a cattle sale held in Ingham last week, cou s, not by any means forward, brought as high as ¿4,. and steers averaging about 450 lbs brought £2. Air Lambert of Townsville was the purchaser. In the year 1894-95 upwards of a million and a half bunches of bananas were imported from Costa Rica, worth £240,000 or an average price of about three shillings per bunch. The value of the bananas imported into the Uuited States from Nicaragua in a single year has exceeded 600,000 dois. A beet sugar lactory is being erected at Maffra (Victoria). The machiner}' is due from Germany next month and will be fitted up at once. The sugar beet crop is being got ready, and the plant is to be ready for sugar making by the end of March, 1898. 1800 acres have been already .jMSwn and the crops are 'coming on well.* The sugar beet seed has obtained from France and Germany, and was sold to the growers at less than 8d a lb. A vary neat swindle on the post office has just been discover...

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

'"Thia ia a ninttcr betwocn landlord and tenant, with which the tioveniment have no concern The Chinese are quite awake to the value of manare-En. "Q A.J ' DIGESTIVE, Palatable and Refreshing. KAKDY KOOLA CEYLON TEA. lib and 51b tins. BURNS, PHILP & Cor., Ltd., Agents. PAW PAW

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Police Court. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21ST. (Before H. Morris, Esq., J.P.) Offa—A Kanaka, was fined 10s for drunkcan[?]. (Before H. Morris and R. Sturt, J.J.P.) Permission was granted to John M [?] to [?]ld an entertainment at D. O'Hara's Hall, Mulgrave, on 23rd October. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22ND. (Before J. M. Forb[?] and H. Morris, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

Police Court. WEHNESDAY, OCTOBER 21ST (Before H. Morris, Esq., J.P.) . Offa-A Kanaka, was fined 10s for drunk caneas. (Before H. Morris and It. Sturt, J.J.P.) Permission was granted to Joli ii Jlel.ean tu bold an entertainment at L>. O'ilaia's Hall, Mulgrave, on 23rd October. FRIDW, (Jin OKEH 22NI>. (Before J. Al. Forbe. and Jl. Morris, J.J.P.) Allie, A Kanaka, did not appear to answer a charge of removing timber from Crown - l»nds and m warrant waa therefore i&suctl foi hit arrest l ' Ali J'ho did not not answer to h¡3 name for a' similar offence, and a warrant v ar ordered to be issued for bis arrest. Later in the day Ailie' appeared under arrest and jleided suilty. Fined £1 and costs 3s Gd, in defuult 7 'lays' imprisonment, confessing he had no goods. Ah Foo was also brought before the bench and remanded till 23rd inst.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rice in Northern Queensland. [BY E. COWLEY, MANAGER, KAMERUNGA STATE NURSERY.] [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

Rice in Northern Queens- land. [Bv E. COWLEV, MANAGER, KAMERUNGA STATE XURSERV.] Contributed to the " Q A J," It would seem that it is not generally known Oij~a sativa is a native of îvorth Queensland as well as of many other tropical countries, but native nee is described by our Colonial Botanist, and has been seen bj the writer in its wild form in this colony The enormous flocks of wild geese indigenous to North Queensland, build their nests in places adjacent to the depressions wherein the nee arrows, and chooa« the time when the (ram -that is, bëlore the young can take wing, but are able to paddle about in the rather shallow wcter m which the nee grows, as it were for their especnl benefit Rice, for commercial purposes, has also been grown by Chinese m North Queensland for many j ears past, and the output or harvest may beset down for this j ear at something like 200 tons The Chinese do not appe-ir to lay out regular fields for its cultivation, but seem to be content with the od...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23RD. (Before J. M. Forbes and H. Morris, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

SATURDAY, OCTOBEK 23K». (Before J. M. Forbes and H. .Moins, J.J.P.) | .Ah Foo (on remand) pleaded guilty to re- moving timber from . Crown hinds was ordered to pay costs of court 3s (id.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

EstablisbcdlAf i r|JtJ/\U O fV UNIVERSAL ... 1890... wnj. LLnnun de VO.PROVIDERS TfOjpMortírS aocTíiaT.^^ í AND ) C/ÍÍ?ÍT/> Family Drapers, Outfitters, Mercery, Boots and Shoes. SPCCIALTIE&i Hams. Bacon, Frtsb Bûttfr, Cbccst, Rolled Oats, I By ?vtry »rcMML. IL» j potat0f$f Onions Hay, Cor», Cbaff, Bra«, Pollard J Stfarn«r. lHLEEfjKRSs.0F}^uKARA'' AND "GOLDEN" PURE CEYLON TEAS PRICES AND PATTERNS FREE ON APPLICATION. ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Our Only \kim^ I LTklfcl AtWI ^ fA Adjoining Bank of Aù&tralaSia, Cairns. £&» W11). LENNON « CO.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MONDAY, OCTOBER 25. (Before H. Morris, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

MONDAY, OCTOBER 20. (Before H. Morris, J.P.) Jimmy Tanna (Kanaka) pleaded guilty to drunkenness and was lined 10s in default 7 day* imprisonment.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

O» SALE AT BEDROCK PUCES. Uifcer'l Special Reserve Whisky. Olwdee 15 >cars old Special Reseñe Whisky AiniUet 12 jears old Glen Lion Whisky Bitquit De Botchet Pole Brandy Pcrkia's XXX Sparkling Ale in Octa\es, quarters and cases. WALSH & Co , Cairns and Port Douglas, I Mareeba and Mossman. US*, UMil «.IS YOI« A" O O Xa Xa ZI JB. Grown at Myola, near Barron Falls, Cairns, N.Q. The Registered Bund ts an Alligator. WAISH & Co., SOLE AGENTS.

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Cultivation of Sweet Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

Cultivation of Sweet Potatoes. The annual report of the Department of Agriculture .contains the following : "For some time complaints have been made that, although no disease is appar- ent, the vines fail to yield tubers. This can, I think, be attributed to the com mon custom of continuously planting the same piece of ground and raising potatoes from vines, .instead of obtaining a change of roots and growing the crop upon fresh ground from young shoots. The present system is altogether wrong, and bas a tendency to weaken the constitution of the plant, to which the barrenness com- plained of can without doubt be attrib- uted. Notwithstanding that the deteri- oration of plants from constant artificial propagation has long ago been proved, this same system is still in operation, with the result that many of our best varieties of fruit are rapidly disappearing, and so with other forms of ¡liant life with which this system is folio «red. Among the most noticeable example of this method o...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Queensland Marine Defence Force. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

Queensland Marine Defence Force. The Annual Report as prepared by Captain Drake R.N. Acting Naval Commandent was tabled in the House last week. The results for the year are as set out below : Class Firing. Name of Corps Brisbane .. Maryborough Townsville I Cairns Tot.d strength Strength. 264 First.class shots. Number oi men going through. 9" 45 35 50 Extra Efficients. I EScients. i IO Note -The total strength at date is 297, exclusive of officers. Reporting on the Cairns Brigade the Com mandint is pleased to say-"Hie smartness and efficiency of this corps continues to be most creditable to all connected with it, and have induced much local public interest in it" SLPFRMJ- ^nera lsplent) of good matenal MLRARins avallaD^c m Queensland for forming a Manne Defence Reserve, but a retainer ol £3 does not offer sufficient inducement to applicants, compared b) them, is it invariably is, to that held out to the Rojal Naval Reserve in England , and a difficulty that, under existing circumstan...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Church Lads Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

Church Lads Brigade. The Fife and Drum Band of the Church Lads Brigade are doing very well but if they do manage to learn two or three fresh tunes quickly, the public who nightly listen to a repetition of the old ones, will not be in any way vexed. The repetoire of the Band now consists of six pieces-"Svvannie River," "Conquering Hero," "Sailor's Wife," "Brit- ish Gienadiers," "O' Johnny don't you go to sea," and -'To be there." The "Oh Johnny" business is not altogether a success yat, and a long suffering population deeply regrets that .Johnny didn't get to sea long before a protest in fife and drum music had time to be written. The members of the band practice once a week at the Drill Shed, where they are regularly drilled by Warrant Officer ' Mudford of the Cairns Naval Brigade and Air Tom Seaton A.B. Mr Mudford has taken a great interest in the boys who are also under a big obligation to Able Seaman Seaton who is constantly in attendance and takes evident delight in drilling the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

IT.HENEWSAÏÏCK.

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(Before R. St[?]rt and L. Severin, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

(Before R. Sturt and L. Severin, J.J.P.) A Booth license w«vs granted to P. J, Howley for the Cairns Divisional Hall on 29th October on the occasion of the Cale- donian Association concert and dance.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26. (Before W.T. White and [?], J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

TUESDAY, OCTOBCK 96. " (IMSor» W.T. ,W>». udB. Mama. J.J.P.) ' I ~llrillie 'Tanna (Kanaka) »as fined 10s for | druukenness, in default 7 days' imprison- ment.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Walk to the Fairway Buoy and Back. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

A Walk to the Fairway Buoy and Back. A walk out to tho Fairway Buoy is on tho cards, if the following, which we clip from an English paper, be true. .' Hobart Cook, of Boston, proposes to walk on the Ohio river from Pittsburg to Cinclnatti, a distance of some 400 miles, in 14 days. To accomplish this feat, Cook will wear water-shoes of his own in- vention, with which he claims hu can walk with as much ease and comfort on water as anyone can on »n asphalt pave- ment.' The shoes are a trifle over 4 feet long, 0 inches wide, and 6 inches deep. The place for the foot is in the centre, and the shoe is strapped to it. The shoe is perfectly air tight. It is covered with white cedar wood, tho bottom being of white hickory, which gives strength to the shoo. It looks like a small sized canoe. A set of fins on either side of the bottom of the shoes operates in a peculiar way, securing a resistance to the water and preventing him sliping backward or loosing his balance. Cooke is positive he can...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

BIRTH. M'KEEMAN-Onthe 13th October, at hia residence. Highleigh, the wife of S. M'Keeman, of a son. Both doing well.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How the Blacks are Fed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 28 October 1897

How the Blacks are Fed. The Home Secretary: "There were     no police at Batavia River, and a small amount was handed over to the mission on the understanding that the rations distributed were not for mission pur- poses, but for the purposes of finding food for the aboriginals in that locality. He had a list of places where assistance was given last year. The amount for Atherton was £l36; Batavia River, £233; Bloomfield, another mission station, £240; Butcher's Hill, £91; California Creek. £41 ; Cardwell, £17 ; Cloncurry Hospital, grant for lock ward, which was entirely (?) in connection with aboriginals, £50 ; Coen £12 ;   Deebing Creek, Ipswich, £575 ; Fish erton, Tate tin mines, £48 : Fraser Island, £183; superintendant's salary Fraser Island, £18 ; Kirtleton, £95 ; Myora, £163; Myola, £115; Mun- gindi, £17 ; Musgrave £13 ; Mareeba, £47 ; Marie, Yaamba Mackay, £120; Port Douglas, £13; Thornborough,   £118; Thursday Island, mainl...

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