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

KELLY'S FOR A CAMERA FOR THE HOLIDAYS, OK AS A XMAS PRESENT, WE HAVE A GOOD ASSORTMENT AT 1HÍPULAH PRICKS, AND OUR GENERAL, STOCK IS AS LARGE AS IT IS VARIED. ALL YOUR WANTS AT SOUTHERN PRICES. Cameras : 0 12 1 1 CLINCHER, \ plate CRAVEN, i plate WINDSOR, } plate . 1 3 ' . ?? " FOLDING CAMEO, } pl. 1 2 i: . FOLDING CAMEO, J pl.. 6 6 ' ' - ' ! Complete Outfits, 7/6. PAPER. -Coralylc. anil,Artíylc~-J pl. 74 5 x 4 lOd. 4 1/2 full 2/2. Pop and Sel'tpna, !/"> pkt; all sizes. POST CARDS.-Coralyte and Artlvtc- 1/- pkt, Pop 8d, Beltona 1/3. PLATES.-J.pl. 1/6, 5-4th 2/3,' J . 3/-, full-5/0. MOUNTS.-In great variety . PRICE LIST CN APPLTCATIOON. SEND CASH WITH ORDER KELLY'S DRUG STORE, Lake Street. Here is a Vast Difference In Goods at the Same Price ! Two pieces may look alike, and be ll) R same pricer yet ono may bo Wbrth more than the other. THE REPUTATION OF THE MAKER DECIDES THE D EFFEREN OB We Buy only from the Best Makers. Men who have won a reputation by carefully watching every de...

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

DRYDEN'S Famous Horse & Cattle Medicines. DRYDEN'S Gripe Drench for Water Gripes, Dry Gripes, and Inflammation. Directions : Shake the bottle well, then drench Un. Horse or Cow in the ' Mouth. This is considered an infallible Remedy. Every. Former and Horse Owner should keep DRYDEN'S MEDICINES in the Stable or Dairy, as the time spent in looking ior these Drenches ol ten" en- tails the loss of the animals. BURNS PHILP & CO. LTD. WHOLESALE AGENTS. COURT HOUSE HOTEL, ABBOTT STREET ^opposite Court House), CAIRNS. This Hotel has been taken over by MRS. FANNY BENNETT, late ot Mareeba, and has been thoroughly renovated. The travelling public will now receive every comfort 'and civility. Terms moderate. Only the best brands of Wines, Spirits and Beers ar sold. A Trial Solicited. MES. FANNY BENNETT, Proprietress. PIERCE E5TATE. Siibs. i to 13 of Allot, i Section 96, Area Quarter Acre Each. . t. .M.k.A. J^DraReß««,-*,., Ho^oeen instructed to oller for sale the above -Allotmen...

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A £60,000 TROUSSEAU. PRINCE'S GIFT TO HIS DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

A £60,000 TROUSSEAU. j PRINCE'S GIFT TO HIS DAUGHTER. A' ' ro Jal trousseau is being. prepjor-. cd-in Paris ¡(says the London ' 'Daily Mail" of October 22)1 which for cost- ly, magnificence is unprecedented even in the Ruc de la Paix. It is that or jdered by Prince Roland Bonaparte for itho marriage of his daughter, Princess Marie Bonaparte, to Prince George of Greece. Thc total cost of thc trous- seau will be more than £60,000. The young princess herself calls it a "double trousseau," and has entirely lost count ot the number of gowns she has ordered. The coveted- order for making-thu gowns has fallen to" tho'lot of a how Ann. which within a very few years has made a reputation for thc beauty of design and finish of its creations. XaturaJJy, the older-established firms iof dressmakers are greatly disappoin- ted. Thc value of the orders given to this one firm alone is £20,000. Sev»ral of tho princess' trousseau frocks will be in Empire style, and ono rory striking evening dress is i...

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

\ Bennetts Dental Parlours For Painless Dentistry. Why have your teeth hacked and smashed about by unskillful workmen when we can extract or fill your aching tooth scientifically, without the slightest pain or after effects. : ; We can also round out your cheeks and make you look beautiful with our first prize gold medal artificial teeth. Gold fillings, Crowns and Pivots a speciality. BENNETT & BENNETTS' R.D.S. (Late Queen St., Brisbane). ' DENTAL SURGEONS, Spence St.. Cairns. Telephone 76. Try Us for Furniture. We are the Right House. FOR UP-TO-DATE LINES OF FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD RB . , QUISITES. - ; ' . . . . Our . Show <Ropms.,containj th»..best selection in thc Trade, and bur prices; are thc lowest1. * ' . . . Direct .Importers of English, American, Austrian and Oriental Furni- ture, Bamboo and Rattan Ware. ." ' SECOND HAND .FURNITURE BOUGHT IN LARGE . OR ' SMALL ' . QUANTITIES. A Special Sale of 100 Packages Japanese Goods Personally selected by our Mr. Stu...

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

Can You Spare a Penny ? Then: send us a-Posi Card asking for our* CATALOGUE^ a^dmpléíe'" Guide to ECONOMICAL FURNISHING. ., Our large connection enables us to offer you " THE - THINGS YOU'VE BEEN WANTING," at Prices which aro not obstacle to your securing them. " - _ , When you've got them, you've got the BEST. - You can - purchase as easily from us as you can: from tho ^.Storekeeper in .your ?. own .town-but you'Il'get'tho benefit of a-larger and , more varied ? stock, which ? country Houses cannot possibly ofter. ' . .. DUCHESS CHESTS--25/-, 30/, 40/, ¿nd upwards. ? . DOUBLE BEDSTEADS--35/-, 40/-, 45/-, 50/-, 60/r, 80/-, and upwards. "?' ! ' ' . ' ' CHAIRS-4/-, 6, 5/6, 6/-, 7/6. TRITTON'S, .. Brisbane ,. GEORGE STREET . ?? ->¿ öEÖ. WítCOX & CO., Townsville. Caslv Buyers Marsupial Skin«, Hides, Sheepski ns. Tallow, Wool, Hair, Horns, Hones, and all Meatworks and Station Produce. . COUNTRY BUTCHERS consigning to our Agent, Cairns,' Will receive cheque by return mail.. ."'...

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

THE REASON WHY DU. SHEL- DON'S DIGESTIVE TAU ULES CURE INDIGESTION, DltSrEl' SIA, AND ALL STOMACH TROU- BLES, ls that they actually contain all oí the natural digestauts as found ii. a healthy stomach. Unlike muny so-called indigestion cures, these tabules are neither laxative or these tabules are neither laxative or cathartic, and do not act upon thc bowels in any way for in indigestion ur dyspepsia the whole trouble is the stomach and not thc bowels. No one ever, suffered from, indigestion or dy «i>ui>sia.. .;.wbOBo¡.Btoniachii ,wa»ita hoaJtUy ."cbndltlón.SWhen tho stomach is out bf order, do not go without food or' irritate your stomach with cathartics, but take some natural di gestant which will digest what you eat, thus assisting the stomach to rc gain its normal health and vigor. Dr. sheldon's Digestive Tabunlcs is thu only preparation .which contains all the known digestants, and which »ill digest all kinds of food. These tabu los are not a medicine which is adver- tise...

Publication Title: Cairns Morning Post
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Czar's Costly Kitchen. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

Czar's Costly Kitchen. The most extravagant housekeeping in Europe is that practised at the Czar's court. Tho sums spent in eating, drinking and ser- vants are simply colossal. The kitchen is French in all its details, and more than one eminent Parisian restaurateur first made his pile in the Czar's employ before he started business at home. In fnct, the heads of these household departments rapidly become wealthy men. The kitchen, pantry and housekeeping arrangements are all unde'r the charge of the Court Marshal, Coun^ Cenken dorff, but the real general in command is a, court " forager," as he is called, once a chef now an- official with the rank ot Colonel, with a court uniform, a cocked hat, spurs, sword, cte., while his breast is decorated with stars and orders. This awe-inspiring individual must take a special oath of alleg- iance and fidelity in view of the risk that he might otherwise arrange fox poisoning his Imperial master. In this mn's chancery thezeare twelve secretaries...

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Our Miscellany. "Suttee!" A True Story From India. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

Our Miscellany. "Suttee I"; ) ' A True Story From India. " JuggernatcB Mi9sir,yon are accused o abetting the forbidden practice of ' Suttee Was the widow of jour father burned alive on his funeral pyre? Juggernath Missir did yau set fire to the wood whose flames consumed yow dead father and your living mother?" The accused, a handsome young Brah- min, richly clad in the native oostume, rais- ed his head and looked in the eyes of the English Deputy Magistrate of the Sessions Court of Behar. Respectfully but with dig-. nity he answered : ? " It is true. I set fire to the wood on > which my father's body rested. My mother went and sat on the funeral pyre and fire broke out of her person." Other testimony furnished weird details fully establishing the fact that the horrible and superstitious Hindu ceremony of Suttee is still practised in isolated villages of Bri- tish Indin. The court sentenced Jugger- nath Missir to fire years of rigorous imprison- ment for " culpable homicide." "Wi...

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THE "POST." WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 07. The Governor and His Critics. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

THE "POST." WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ll, '07« The Governor and His Critics. . ' Governor ; ¡Chelmsford must gol Another, fiat has gone ' forth! Billy - Maxwell and Jack Mann have spoken; their Cairns friends haye (unthink- ingly applauded, and there are tears ¡amt.,.,.. tribulation in Government Hoaso, Brisbune. And, really, iwhcn we come to'..think it all pvcr, what other result could have been expected! What punishment is too severe and what vituperation too j caustic and vitriolic to bo meted out to a Gov- ernor who. is guilty of the unpardon- able crime bf i-eferriiig certain ?con- stitutional questions, affecting the government ortho ^ £o ^ . Plo themselves! Think of it, ye demo erat«- and.. Socialists, and soyTf wTn?>* ^-^wn with tho aristocrat. Away wiu^u.« Oxford graduate," JuTy^-«£.. bare idea of n. representative ot : the Crown declaring thnt a question or questions affecting thc common- weal shall bo decided by a refer- endum of the people! Only imagine Ä&S^i1, flar...

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

Professional & Business Gards. MacDonnell, Henchman 4 1 Hannam, < Townsville, Cairns, and Herberton, SOLICITORS AM> NOTARIES PUBLIC. Commission era for Affidavits, for the High Court of Australia and for tho Supreme Court of the whole of the Commonwealth und New Zea- land. A. J. P. MacDonnell, H. J. H. Henchman, H. V. Hannam, E. I. Havard, H. K. N. MacDonnell. Mr. L. W. Marsland, The founder of tho fi rn of Marsland & Marsland, Charters Towers, Begs to announce that ho has re . sumed the practice of his profes- sion, and has opened offices at IMPERIAL BUILDING?, Abbott and Shields Streets, Cairns. Ede & Cogdon, SURGICAL & MECHANICAL DENTISTS. ? ? ? ?. Permanent address : . > ... Near Church of England, ABBOTT-ST., CAIRNS. . - Tunbridge, Tunbridge & Lynch ARCHITECTS AND CIVIL " ENGINEERS, Townsville, Melbourne, and Spence ' Street, Cairns. Arthur B. Polin, ARCHITECT. (Eaton, Batea and Polin) ' Architects, .. Municipal Buildings...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

-MINING NOTES. Attention isl üiroeted to the un-' fiouncement of Brownlee t Donald &l Co. Ltd., regarding 'safe of forfeit- ed shares in 'the Vulcan . ¿Hope. Tin Mining Co., on the 14th instant for nonpayment of calls. It maj* be men 'tíaña^\^Vá^-^^^Mlea^^it3xipe -Co. ¿nave* obtained, a loan^fronv the* Gov- ernment of £1000 towards the erec- tion of a battery. This should(help, to considerably] brighten' .the pros l)ects of.the company and Increase the value of the .shares,'-, .??? . . . . - '.:'.' Mr. J< Fryy inanager «Weinert's East. Orient Silver;l3cad Mines ¡Ltd., -reports-."for the fortnight-'pndin,-* Dec. 5 os;'follows : No. 1-shaft Thc wost end' has been driven aft., total from draft marie 41ft; . Tho lode in thirf end ps not- so-large as last re- port but poems to IKS.making again. No. 2 shaft has -been deepened lift., making a-to tal: of 87ft. from brace. Tho lode :shows no improvement ' and I am- transferring the 1 men to., the tunnel, which I intend dri...

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IN LIQUIDATION. TOWNSVILLE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

IN LIQUIDATION, TOWNSVILLE, Tuesday. M¿. Fred Johnson (Johnson and Castling) has filed a petition in liq- uidation; his liabilities being £33, 102/14/3. Thc principal creditors ure :- Q.N. Bank, £22,15*7 ; W. Marks, £1510 ; ltobert Philp, £1500? North Queens- land .Mortgage Co., £2225 ; Bank of N. S. Wales, £1100; J. S. Love, .C58Ü ; J. ll, ltuc, XiiOO ; Trustees Castling's Kstate, £300 ; City Coun- cil (rates), £200/10/0 ; Moulin & Co., £238 ; Burns and Johnson, Bunda Bunda, £7(58 ; Parkes & Wood £786, and a number of smaller credr itors. . Application will bo made to-mor- row ior the appointment of a re j ceiver.

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Told By Telegraph. SPANIARDS GAOLED. GERALDTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

Told By Telegraph. SPANIARDS GAOLED. GERALDTON, Tuesday. The twenty-five Spaniards concern W in the cecent distuibgnce, leave lo-dny hy the steamer Lass o' Gow- rie for Stewart's Creek gaol, accom- panied by a posse of constables. Sub-Inspector Brett and./ four con- stables arrived here from Cairns . in anticipation of trouble. . '~

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CRICKET. English Team Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

CRICKET» English Team Fixtures. The following ts a complete list ol the fixtures in which . the: English team- wift ? take- part': ' Decemt-er 14, 16, ' 17 and 18. AUSTRALIA . (FIRST TEST), at Sydney." . ? . - - December - 20, " 21, 23, and 24. Victorian Team, at South Melbourne. December 26; 27 and 28.-Eighteen of Bendigo, at Bendigo. - ' - January 1, 2, 3, and 4.-AUSTRA- LIA (SECOND '.'TEST), - at Mel- bourne. January IO, OM. 13,- and 14. AUSTRALIA- tTlmUïi'S^EST) ? <*}?: Adelaide. " .=?--- --J-iví ? ">->"' January 18, 20, a)ad 21.-Tasmania at Launceston.- . .>.<?.. . January 24, 25-and. 27.-Tasmania, at Hobart. ? J ? ... -¡ .... . January 31, February 1; 3, and 4.-Victoria, at Melbourne.'?< February 7, 8, 10,- and ll.-AUS- TRALIA (FOURTH . TEST;, at -Mel- : ¡bourne. ' .<< ?- - -' - Fol."roary 14, 15,-17,^ and 18.-^New South Wales,'at Sydney. - - ?' February 21, 22, "24," \ and 25. AUS1RALLY (FIFTH TEST), at Sydney. "...

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Political Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

Political Pars. ; The outrageous, senseless and un-, i warranted', ,' language úsed by,;tho members for Cairns and, Burke at their ^meeting on Monday night "when referring to the Gov?rnor is stated by many Kidstonitcs' .who were present to haw alienated thc sympathy and support of many from the jparty. Mr. IV. Maxwell, M.L.A:,- left tor his constituency this morning. He is likely to. remain there indefinitely.; As} our" Georgetown u correspondent sig-; nificantly. remarked in .hiä w'.rc, which appeared yesterday, the min- ers of thc Etheridge haye no love for Labor "rats." " * . « »-.*?» '. So Mr. Kidston did.-; try ?'' Jto get back into power after handing in the resignation of his Ministry.' Of course everybody believed ho ""did, but the speakers at Monday night's (meeting removed all doubt on the ^subject. He was. Simply breaking his neck tb get back.' Hence the trouble; henco those tears, and likewise hence that insuff- erable Bind , nonsensical ^claptrap about the rights of the...

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RIFLE SHOOTING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

RIFLE SHOOTING STORY. A good ttory is told of a shoot recently held hy some members of a country rifle club. There were eight cash prizes of half-a-crown for numbers 5 to 8 inclusive. Nunbers 5 to 6 tied, as also did 7 and 8, and j divided the prizes, obtaining 1/3 per \ man. Two of the shoofcists refused their "divvy" (and are 'now re- garded as very poor sports, the pro- 1 endure adopted being quito ..ac- cording to Cocker," or to the rules of rifle shooting, or something

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"NOT UNDERSTOOD" [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

'INOV UNDERSTOOD''' That pathetic little poem of T." H., Brackers':' we all -know well, .and our life's experience testifies to the truth of every.word. There is anoth- er poem "not understood" and that ii the "Great Yoghee Nitibur"-a poem of comfort and relief. This is unknown to many poor sufferers and not understood by those who don't »uffer any more than is the discov- erer. But they had better take time by the forelock, and understand that it . is thc name of the Crowning Point in Liniments, rarely fjulinir to sive ease even where it does not effect a perfect cure. If it does not, nothing will. So, when you get Rheumat- ism, Sprains, Still Joints, or any sort of pain try Great Yoghee Xiti bur Liniment, and you will under- stand its value, lt is only 2/6, but is worth its weight in silver. The ojÄt^^ogboa ointment, too, must W-IIBdmtDO« to rita, t>i«t. yit 109^ pared, and only I/O; and tho araat Yoghee Cachets are tho best thing for bronchial troubles-price, 1/6 per box. Prep...

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General News. PAPUAN PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 11 December 1907

General News: PAPUAN 1-KoyjttKöS. Amuug 'Uiu ua&senbv.-is by tue JUan tuuUU rcix'uliy ou at-r1'l'ouuü . Ul]) ' io, -Ne.>' uuiuea. ano. tn« boutiir sea xs 1 lutuib wua jn\ n aiter. XAICUS, xiuriis; Ijt iiiij) ana v^o. s ísiund manager, ou I liii' rviuin mr. j-iucus coaunäiicd up uil'iliiu-lumurnUbiu uOvplOÎaucul. Uu.> i is autviiig- place m uoin ^territories. iu''i-u[iuu e»vryuouy irom tue AUmiti 'islruior u<j\» myurus, ts uorhiug hurd lo-cucumagu bet.liemeata-.auu e>eturul I communies uu\u ueyn loiineu to tote [ up.uacis 01 suitable country lor ruu 1 ocr uiul cocouiiuX plantations. 'ibo nu«-. iKiinu'iiutnt ot Agriculture and Aunes., - under? ..the direction of jnr. btanifoiah'öinitn, is, he said, doing yeonjuîi'.scrvi&j .in ui&ing iJiown-, tue possiuiiitics of the country, and giv- ing neuve assistance to intending buLKi-i'M..- --\u oiucial nanauoon 01 m lormution hus been issued.' Nurser- ies und '«ixpoiünentál pardens'have been tólaulish...

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

. Stillwell To-Day. Cured four, years ago is good, but still welíi today as better. We haye been investigating .many cases that 'were cured years ago, and it is gratifying to relise tho-largo num :ber who sheeriully say "Yes, still well today." Docs this applyto you Are you still well to-day,-found a .remedy that cured you to stay cured. Tho case below was first published four years ago. Tho patient at that time was reported cured by Doan's Backache Kidney PiUs, tho statement is verified to-day, and the cure shown to have been lasting. If you are ill, and are using Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, you also »iU be able to say one vcar hence, or ten years heneo,what this woman says:^- "Yes, still well to-day." Mrs. Hose, May-street, Cooktown, says:-. "Three . years ago I had. "New. Guinea JFcver, and it left me with weak kidneys. I used to get severe backache, and would bo scar-' eely ablo to stand. I ; also had gi tidy headaches, a sick feeling,'and! dimness of sight. Nothing seemed to ...

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

THE DISSOLUTION. I A week ago, writes the/' Sun-'' ,it was' clear to- any unbiassed student ul the ürmsh and Australian iovins -ot" government ; that ¿/a.dissolution must follow us a matter of course", ii ?Mr. fillip could"-not-carry on. " ü'ór his iixecuency-; to 7na\e sent again tor ¿ur. ludston would ha\é^ been* à'hu- miliation, und an indignity. . What business ' man . would :ÍÁJ " bullied or cajolied into reemploying an-' omeo Loy . who - 'had' deiiccrateiy .insulted: lum by dramatically throwing:up his' positioo.,.'vCiueenslandi, has¡J every rea-, son for congratulating . itself ? upon I' tue incl thafcMjord Uheimsford is his Majesty's' Hepresentntivo. r A weale man, cf au-untrained inind,: might ha\c landed the Stat« in an inexpli- cable muddle As it is, the issue is simple. That hali thc members of farliament - should ' appeal -to -.the Imperial Authorities- in¿ Dowling street against'the Uoyernor's: advice,' only shows' to what length': members oí: Parliament, dependent -up...

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