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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 20 November 1884

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. I AovemKr Ia.-Fitzroy, »A. Capt. Nigiitiugsll, bom Sjdney. ria ilrisb«no and po ru PiMtonsvra Hw. Miimmmnra, JULLS WhúLin. Mr-^srs. OcLihey, . Klatte, II. Costler, lUakeney, Jfcicaanutni; tL' VcBj;. and 10 in steerage. . . November 15.-Warrego, BJ.. Capt Phillip«, from Cooktown. "* - . . . - - - ... . November 15.-Fitjror, s_i.. Capt. Jïà;litiu"all. from Cootto«Tu tTuiue-u-er*- '1 ¡uljou. Ln.l'"U-ïa »teettl;;«. * . " * - November 15.-?Wentworth, s.s., dpt. Munroe, from S>daer, via BriibjiiBiui.l port November- li».-Bnrrt-»t.j-. ,."-.. C.-nf.-Kîir. - from TowiMviae." vfci Cardwell, aTouiilyju, und oouiutoue Kxver. l'assoupir-Mr. A. Forsyth. - .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 20 November 1884

TUt. {nlaní Mod hà, LIMITED. Incorporated under "The Companies Act," BAXKEBS TO TUE GOVEEXMENT OF QUEENSLAND. Sntwcribed Capital ... ... jei.OOU.OUU . Gold bought or forwarded to thu Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits' at Current Kates. Drafts issued on Head Office, Branches and Agents. Advancer made against Tin and other I'roduee, and all other usual banking business transacted. . maE HERBERTON ADVEETISEE." A Bi-weekly. Newspaper, published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Terms-10B JUT quarter, or ¿2 annually, in advance. The " Advertiser " has a Jaijfe circulation, and claims tn be a reflex of the Wild Kivcr tin, silver, and copper mines. EDWAKD MYEKS, Proprietor. WM. CHAS. SMITH, Manager, Cairns Branch. ROBERT CRAIG, REGISTERED CHEMIST ÄND DRU6GIST, ?BBOTTSTBEET, CAIBVS. (next Xe» Tattersalls Hotel). PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY DISPENSED. A completo stock Pure Drujj» and Patent Medicines is kept. Als.». Wst brands Cisr^rs. Tabacco. I'ÎJH-S, Stationery, ie., .Ve., at mod...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 20 November 1884

DEPAUTÜKES. Nbreinbor 13.- Wai rejo, s^¡.' Capt. Pliïlliri, fur Cooktown. - ? - -. - » - - NovtiixrtMr 13. - Bunlefcia. 33., dpt. Kier for Towajvitia. November IX-Fitzroy's Capt. Jíi\fhtin¿,Till. for Cooktown. l?aas«ngerd-Ur. Ai».Wy.- axitl^Via-ntocr ?¿w- ? - -. Norember 15.-Warreyo. Capt. PUillip*. for ßydw(y, TÍ* Brubun« aa* = pore*.** rxtoeiqfdr.-Mr»t. Swallow, Mi*. Swallow, MM fc! worthy, «ftujr*. T. tíwmilow, J.- Swaüow, «ii^WwrjJ^WrWka-rj. November 15. -Fitzrtf, a.*., Cawt.'NiíhtiiisraH, for Bnlnoy.'TÍa Brisbuiiü aáci ports»." *J¿atfC^.,'r,r»--Mt£*#r». | UrunJeH and Kilgour. ' * November 18. -Wentworth, SJ»., Cupt. Muuroe, for Fort Ucn^Us. Fadätia^e»-Jir. C iV u-IAi. HUU^ÍU. Ht*ícnii;e.* NoTcmWr 19.-Burvlskin, sj»., C»l»t. Keir, for Townsville. -* -. J * . - - .*.

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The Imperial Annexation of New Guinea. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 20 November 1884

The Imperial Annexation of New   Guinea. THE COOKTOWN INDEPENDENT of Saturday's date says : — H.M. s.s. Swinger arrived yesterday from New Guinea, and reports that on the 6th instant the British flag was hoisted at Port Moresby by Commodore Erskine. The marines and blue jackets   from H.M.'s ships Nelson, Espiegle, Swinger, and Harrier were landed, and the ceremony   was most imposing, evidently impressing the natives with a deep sense of "England's   power and glory." Mr. Chester, P.M., represented the Government of Queensland, and Mr. Romilly the future Government. The Missionary Society was represented by   the Ellamgowan. The same ceremony was repeated at several points on the coast, and at Kerepuna there was to have been a great   assemblage of chiefs, ready to do homage to the British Standard. It is reported that Mr. Romilly rehearsed the official hoisting of the flag on his own account, for which t...

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MACKAY. November 15. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

r ?? MACKAY. \ November 15. CBUSDINO operations are drawing to a close, and the end of thc month will see most of the plantations finishing off a bad season. The prospects for next season seem encourag- ing so far as the cane is concerned, and we have had this last few days some. nice showers, which Haye freshened the place up, but before next wet season some five inches will be required. The sugar turned out has been 'very good, but all tue markets seem glutted, and growers are suffering from want'of buyers and low/price. The kanakas being now themselves paid every six months and of course spending their money as soon as they get it will cause, it is thought, num- bers to re-engage,' they not having money to return to their islands with. Ia gold matters at the Gin's Leap the prospectors have had some specimens assayed down Senth, oa the result ; of which being known they have laid oat further money, and consider' things loot hopeful. Humour has it the assay was 16dwt. . The separat...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, NOVEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

Victoria. - MELBOURNE, NOVEMBER 21. A quarrel attended liv fatal con- sequences is reported to-day froin, Echuca. Two men named John Rogers and Michael Walsh, doth the worse fur liquor, were quarreling in front of tho Crown Hotel, when Rogers, a young I athletic follow, seized Walsh and threw I him bodily over same railings causing a dislocation of ht» neel:. Walsh was picked up dead. ? Rogers -was shortly aftcrwurcU «J i »«ind at Taraa^ilJat oti a , fortncÄdiarge'of being concerned ju the death of a woman, believed: to bo his wife, who was found dead on tho road near FaijshiH to-day covered with blood and with hup skull apparently fnwtured. . . . NOVEMBER "i!t. The strike in tho boot trade may now be saiil to bo completo, there being about 1300 men out of employment, NOVEMHKK 25. Sir W. F. Mitchell, president of tho Legislative Council and a vcrv old colonist, died yesterday afternoon. A meeting of the Bootmakers' Viu operative Union was held last night, when it was resolved to sta...

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill. Esq.. P.M.) November 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

- , ' . court«.. POLICE COU Kl", (Before W. K. 0. Hill. Esq.. PJJ.) .. . Noveiulwr 20, Margaret Uoylan. charged -with using ia* decent language, pleaded guilty,' und waa discharged with a caution. The same charged with behaving in a riot us and disorderly manner in a i>ublio place,'plead-»I guilty, aud was sentenced to oue mouth's îinpr^onuicnÇ in Townsville gaol, November 21. Flanagan v. Boyhtn-«muuiojises for as-ï sault aud il« of obscene language. Di* missed with a elution to defeu taut. (Hefore W. K. 0. Hil). Ksq.. P.M., aid K. A, kingsford, £sq.. J.l*.) _ . Jíovetuber ¿">. .? Iiestw'application by C. Wissnai for danc- ing and music tor oue mon th. , license, granted for music only. Joseph Chester, brought np in custody charged with using obscene language. Fined £5, or th¿aé months ia 'iuwasvuic ipiol ; Professor, looking at Iiis watch-" As we have a few minutes; I skill be glad to answer say «juestion that anyone may wish to ask." Student r-¿ " What time is it, please?" ....

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Jury List. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

Jury List. . .Fm following arc the lists of special acd co.nmon juryuien'sumnioned to attend at the ïlistrict Court, to be Tjoldon at tao Court House, to-iaoriqV, '$th inst ;-": SPECIAL jrntr FAXJX, E. J, Gortqn T, Ila ninon O. Adams * S, Paris E. li. Southenlea D. Patiencj J. J. O'Leary, ,. - ... T. Swallow J. il. Mucnish, ;- tí. H.-; Burna >V; D. Hobson. * ' ' " COMMON W. Innes K. A. Tilla H. Ba^r - Vt*. P. 'Eeddcij M. Peterson' E. Crossland C. Wilson " " J. Kenny JlMVBjan "' A. Auld ' J. Hill G. ST Kay W. Poppte . S. I". S. .Rodda - E. Willis ' ' B: Blackwell J. J. Fallon " J. Kattie , ir v JTTOT rANBX, J. Block D. M'G regor A. A. M'all T. Fox . J. Kipling G. G. Aliej T. Maciey - C. Kichter ?" lil 3. Cummings F: Gates. A. Engstrom A. Martin-'"" M. Flanagan . . T. Lynch"- '" T. Purcell W. Richards f . F.. Bro wn * . .' S. Cochrane. ?' I meant to have told you of that hole," paid a gentleman to hü friend, *ho, walking in his garden, stumbled into a pit of water: rf No nutter." s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

Spacial Colama. APLIX, BKOWX ' AîîD CO., LIMITED, :^ . - : TOWXSVILLB. , fTTOB ¿bore Company intend running a -a. a Steamer between TownwiUp, Dun- geness. Cardwell, Mourilyan Harbour, and. Johnstone River, leaving Townsville every Monday, arriving ut Cairns on Wednesday aiternuon. For Fares and Freights apply to BURNS, PHILP and CO.. ...... _ . .Agents. . £ S. N, C O M P A N T. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS. The Splendid Steamers " ELAMANG," 1Ü00 tons. Captain LAKE. " KATOOMBA," 1150 tons, Captain ABJC BTBONtl. " *J ? "QUIRAIN'O," 1500 tons, Captain MAC LEA*. " WENTWORTH," 1000 tons. Captain MUSEO. LEAVE CAIRNS EVERY TUESDAY for TOWNSVILLE, BRISBANE. SYDNEY, AND MELBOURNE. Splendid Accommodation. No Crush for Berths. Lowest Reduced Rates. Apply to BAIRNS, rilILP and CO., Agents. TO INVESTOES, CAPITALISTS, AND SPECULATORS. JO H N MA C N A M A R A, Government and General Auctioneer, VALUATOR and LAND AGENT. References-Q. N. Bank. Cairns. Church of England. REV. G. R. F. NOBBS will (D.T...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

?aw StMta Walas. SYDNEY", XOVEMBEU 23. Thc cricket match between tho Eng- lish cloven and eleven of New South Wales was continued yesterday. The scores at thc close of the first innings were-Xcw South Wales ISA, England no. NOVEMBER 25. The cricket match, English eleven r. eleven of New South Wales, was con eluded yesterday. In their ' second innings the Kew" South Wales team made only .4-1 runs, and the .English- men won the match with four wickets to spare.. Another case of alleged death from abortion is engaging the attention ' of thc police. Last week thc police re- ceived an"ahoùymous letter "calling attention-to,the. mysterious,death of a' young woman named ida Hughes, and alleging that she was attended'by ra chemist called Evan Thomas, and sub- [ seijuently- l.y Sheridan, who stands coiumittwl-f<irtrialln;X-öniiection with two similar' cases. Evan Thomas was brought up yesterday at the Police Court and remanded. *. A case of small-pox is reported from Voollóngong. ...

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APPEOXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

APPEOXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. I FOR THK .WEEK ENDINO DECEMBKE 3. Du y ot the week. *; Morniug-. jAft'rnoon _A_I_ I h. m. h. m. THITIÍHDAT ... ... LT 3 ll 3 4» Fnnur .. ... ...] 2S 4 27 5 6 S.ÏTOBD»! ... ÏÏ 5 42 6 18 . 8DXH.IT.! 30 6 49 7 '¿I Mo.SDAr .I 1 7 -li 8 8 TcK3l>«r ? ... ...I 2 8 3a » io "ft KWÄS^DAT ". ...j 3 a 21 a 32

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IMPORTS[?] EX GLANWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

IMPORTS, ES »LASWORTH. I fVmsiinioa to Jmk »nd -Nvwell.-3 m***, $ bale I pcip-'r, 5 box<i« clo'h « p*.***. 1 cas# blacking. j Couai^ned to G. S. p IYU I case dm po ry. "Mi-voolluruxnis - 5 i-casti* fruit. '2 Utiet, 1 case puiV dinffj, I «lo Li cnit-i, lo hhd* aan.lrr.39, 1 parcul, 1 «.i»-**» flru>r~*> 1 C»>t\ 1 «lt» t*>b>ne>*uu|rit I(IMM1*. S «li» amiaUriet:*. Ü «1» avait fKjpl, I ftc» Oil. SS pmekHüß* al-ltat, 1 bo* 1 da maloo, 1 «lu * : 1 cav*«s» 1 trtij» testai,-Burna. Philp a ixl Co., airetit*. Ex Kt AMAN!}. , Consigned to A. Taylor and Co.-1 pwmp, Z hq Te« ti* pule(.tgusc ii.ff it tin, 1 cqrn-cr»ctcr, 1 ¿«se bed itiali, lhale sieve*. 3 coila ropj, 1 bundle buckofct, '4 do t\ib*r 1 QUO hooks, 5 do hattiwurv. Comii^iod to Hums. Philp and Co.-3 cases bed atattd«, ii ilo axtij. Ü do mulched. p insi^ntsl to W. D. Hfdwion.-Ç cas*}-* tnatche*. Consiriied to J«cfc an4 Newell-1 ca.*** tobacco. Con-t£iiod to Sj.ituerdeu, Hook end Cq.-2 case« tpilv*iii:ted iro...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. November 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

Our Xeigfrbonrü. j_"ia.iM OUR OWN* COIUUiSPOSDENTS. HEKI3EKTÖ.N'. Nov.'m'oer THIS week liss ¡igain been very mill, without ii'iy eveut to enliven it in the 1,-ust. Even lae weather h:LS had a dispiriting eîî-ict, as tïie ruin keeps on" save a few misty showers t jut are not heavy enough to lay the dust.. In fact, a more uneventful week I do not recollect ; certainly a policeman lui» got into a." serape and tile bailiff luis sold an interest in a claim and some tia, ljoth matters of little or no consequence generally. liaia>is ^.uiu^-b.^ needed,, aud an increase in the price ?.cf" tûix (vould bc hailed with plea surc, but what r^rvjually urgently required is more activity in tho mines, which require capital to develop them.. For the moment this is hardly likely to come forward in the face of the Monarch Company being in liquidation and the C voperative Company's machin« being in difficulties. . Until these circumstances have passed away and some solid ones replace them a sound rea...

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BRISBANE. NOVEMBER 20, PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

BRIXHAM:. NOVEMBER 20, 1'AHLIAM.ENTA KV. Legislative Assembly. Yesterday. The consideration of .the Estimates waa resumed in eominitic« but only tho it eui» of the Agent-General's J)epn>-t-= ment and Immigration were passed. -V discussion which lasted about tivjj liours took place on the labour question and the pamphlet that had been issued hy the Mackay planters. To-day.-The. vote for tile. Permanent l'orée was, on. thc motion of the Premier, reduced to three thousand pounds. The remainder of tue defence votes were then passed with a reduction of eontingonoie* tn nine thousand five hundred and fifty ] pounds. XOVKMUER 21. Legislative Council. Yesterday.-." The "debate on the Land Bill termini j ated last night. The measure was severely criticised and intimation waa given that numerous amendments would be made in Committee. The second reading was carried without a division, The Member s KSJM/U.HCK Hill was read

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN C0RKKSPOVT>EST.) SixcE I wrote to you last thc Legisla- tive Assembly has been pushing the .business alica 1. It has ' passed the .Defence Bill and the Urangan Railway Kill and soot them up to the Legisla- tive Council; it bas read thc Payment of Members Bill a second time, and made some progress with the estimates. Tho Treasurer had promised to produce his Loan Estimates this week, but at th-: last moment some alteration hail to bo made in them, and this production was consequently postponed until Tuesday next. 1 will wire you as soon as they come out what is done for your district. The debate on the I'aymcut of Members Bill was rather amusing, so many members disclaimed any wish. on their part to pocket the £200 a-year salary, but explained that their constituents had pledged them so strictly to take it that their consciences would not allow them to rote against tl c proposal. : Miles, who generally s.iys something awkward for his side, declar...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

0PD3 4>» EXDJí, Loni Wolseley has received letters from j General Gordon ta the 4th inst The ifile is falling rapidly, ami in con- sequence a lui ge number of the.cataracts are impassable for vessels. The Hon! C.' S. Mein, Fostinnster-Generhl, ! last Thorsday ruptured a small blood-vessel. The case, although confining him to his room for a time, is not dangerous. Generul Gordon. states that he is delighted to hear of the approaching British advance, jiml hopes to hold out until the arrival ofionl JWoIseley's * force; He confirms' the murder of Colonel Stewart nnd party, which in- cluded Power, the correspondent of the I, indon TIMES, und M. Hurbin, the French Consul: in connection with the Irvinebank affair Slr. Palmer called attention m the House of Assembly to a report recently published in the Townsville XOBTHEBJT STAHOABD of the slaugbjier.of blacss at Irvinebank by native troopers. Jlr. Griffith Baid the matter had jtlreadv "received attention; and when the evidence was take...

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, NOVEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

Cable Messages. (.FltOM OUR OWX COKltESl-OXDEXTS.) Eoropaaa Maws. LOXJJOX, XOVKMBEI: 21. Proceedings were opened yesterday ¡ti thc breach of promise ins« brought hy Miss Fortescue against Viscuunt (xiinuoyle, eldest son of Earl Cairns. lWlA***'!"''*1 <t«i»itMt«ltiwl t*A- a,_v*»rdi<.i **>íu¿* 9ik^t^itàr^fMwlSFF-mMk *a-gu 'atlO.UOO, tlw> amount dsiiuwl. Slr. /Labouchere brought- forvvard a motion in the House of Commons hist night for the reform of the House of Lords.., On. division the-motion was lost br a majority' of 71? '?- ' Lord E. Fitzmaurifè, Under-secre- tary for Foreign Affairs, stated tn the Commons last ; night, that the .efforts inadn' by Her Majesty's Government to mediate between France and China had proved fruitless. --.. - - - NOVKIIBER.21. .. It is stated in ' well-tiifortncd circles that the, conference between Mr. Glad- stone and the.leaders of the Conserva- tive party has brought about a rap- prochement, andan agreement is likely to bc ...

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Separation Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

Separation Meeting. A PUBLIC meeting was held at the OM Bond Store on Tuesday night to consider the ad- visableness of separation. The chair was tiifcen by Mr. E. A. Kingsford. Mr. KïnjTÂÏon.1, in oponiajr tbc inwtini^, explained the object for which it was called, and spoke strongly in favour of separation. He sud the sole reason for calling- the tueet ? iiig was to get the cand.d opinions of those present as to whether separation was likely to be beneficial or otherwise. Ile said he would not discuss tho question, but leave 31 r. Coote to explain his views. - Paternal relations with the South had existed for 23 years, and he thought that the time Lad now come when we should leave home and do for "bûrsolves. He requested a patient hearing for Mr. Coote, and then for all to speak their minds both for or against the movement, but not to let private interests interfere with the question, as separation was not a local affair. Cairns might in some minor par- ticular suffer by it, but ot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, PRECISELY AT 12 O'CLOCK, Precisely at 12 o'clock, THE FLAG WILL BE LOWERED The Flag will be Lowered " TO A FLYING START - - Toa Flying Start. THE ASCOT VALE PAUK STAKES The'Ascot Vale Park Stakes The Ascot Vale Park Stakes THE RACE FOR WEALTH The Race for Wealth The Race for Wealth. ASCOT TALE PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE PARK STAKES ASCOT ArALE PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE- To start at 12 o'clock PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE prwhwlv, on Saturdav, PARK STAKftS ASCOT VALE Dmíuber B, 1SS4." PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE Open to all comers. PARK STAKES ?".'ASCOT YALE No entrance fcc. PARK STAKES .' ASCOT VALE No entrance fee. PAKK STAKES ASCOT VALE No entrance fee. PARK STAKES .AMOOT VAI/K PAKK STAKES ASCOT ' VA LE PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE PARK STAKES 3D GRAND PRIZES 30 Grand Prizes 30 Grand Prize«. Never ha» s...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] TOWNSVILLE, NOVEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 27 November 1884

LATEST BY WIRK. [FKOM OUR 9WX CÓRRKSPOJÍPENT."] TOWNSVILLE, XOVKMÍÍER 25. The meeting held last night in favour I of Separation was an unqualified suc- cess, the building and platform «vere crowded. No dissentient voice what-. ever..? ^.".j-n...? -.???¡e' COOKTOWN, NOVEMBER 21. Mr. F. J. Beardmore, who lia» been in business in this town Mince its open, lug, died last night. The funeral took place this afternoon. BRISBANE, NOVEMBER 22. A deputation from Townsville and the Herbert River interviewed Mr. Mile.«, Minister for Works, yesterday to urge upon him the construction of a railway from Townsville to ingham. The deputation set fortli their claim at considerable length, but Mr. Miles said he could hold out no hope of the line suggested being made at present. PAULI A MENTA KV. Legislative Assembly. Yesterday. Nearly the whole of tho sitting was occupied with the discussion which en- sued on a motion brought forward by Mr. Jordan to the effect . that this House disapproves of the com...

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