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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

Marriage. CRABBE-HALLINAN. - At St. Monica's Church, Cairns, on 1st November, ALEX CRABBE to Miss P. HALLINAN, only daughter of Mr Peter Hallinan, Herberton.

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sporting. JOHNSTONE RIVER AMATEUR TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

Sporting. JOHNSTONE RIVER AMATEUR TURF CLUB. A general meeting of the above Club was held at the Exchange Hotel on 30 ult. at which most of the members were present. Mr A. W. D. White not having leisure to take the active part in the interest of the Club which he considered necessary for the position he held, tendered his resignation as President, which was accepted with regret. Dr Tom MacDonald was unanimously elected to suc- ceed Mr White and the Club is to be congrat- ulated upon having such a keen sportsman at its head. It was decided to hold a small race meeting in January next and the date for the annual meeting was fixed for June as a great number of the members are connected with   the sugar mills and could not find time to train their horses if held during any other month. Several new members were elected and Mr E. H. Britten's election as Hon. Secretary was confirmed.       A most interesting match came off on the Stockto...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Death of Bishop Hutchison. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

Death of Bishop Hutchison. The Right Rev. John Hutchison, O.S.A., Bishop of North Queensland, died at Cooktown on Thursday, October 28th. The late Bishop was a native of Kilkenny, Ireland, and after passing through the St. Augustinian college at Callan, Wits ordained priest in 1865. His life all through has been identified with missionary work, and after reaching the highest rung of the ladder of his order in Ireland, he was appointed Vicar Apostolic of North Queensland in 1884. His ami- able and gentle nature endeared him to all classes and sects in North Queensland and expressions of regret at the death of Bishop Hutchison have been confined to no creed nor class. It may be, truly said   of him that he was a genuine, earnest and humble follower of Him whose faith it was his mission to propagate, and that as a man, a scholar, a gentleman; and a bishop his place will be hard to fill! His zeal for his church and its people knew no bounds, and even while really unable thr...

Publication Title: Morning Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

Coffee Planta» COFFEE PLANTS for Sale in any V- quantity, Strong, Healthy arid Cheap. Apply B. MARSHALL, Hambledon. Why r^gay Rent ? Buy your own Allotment. Ällotipcot 1,^$^ UPSET PRICE £15 TO £30 AS BELOW. Terms; ^ Deposit; balance, up to^2 ios. monthly, with 6.per cent interest ROBT. - STURT - & . CO., . AûçtioQcerS. Remember SALE DAY, SATURDAY, 13th November, 1897, at 2.30 p.m. at our Auction Rooms. [Cairnt-Mareeba Railwaystation. Good« Shed. I I I 1 i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I j I I I I I I ! I ! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I j I I I i I I Cairai - Herberton Railway Line. Railway Reierre. BUNDA STREET. Each SOLD feet fron tage ?2 ; 1 i ?.. U30I One Chain Street. w vX K m H H O U O) ?g 132lect £ £23 IO 3 £20 I2 W m>: Each ti «'il m MIM i Mulgrave Tramway Terminus B" ' Laundry "vi S3 si SQ J J OXeuiy 'Hr n 11 ii rt 'm s Î3C.I t^.- ..(."'-" -wi.bl ax w; A. J. DRAPER, Auctioneer, Commission, Insurance, House and Estate Agent. IN Order to give Inves...

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Russell River Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

Russell Ri¥er Notes. --Bv «TIN PISH.'' : '?It'- is timé tbñt-'I seht yon a fei notes about the field in order to_J.et.ftk general public know that we are still ii existence and are jigging away merrily As you seem always anxious to ohlaii information about - the. other 'smal mining fields in the di-trict,. I thinli that it' would not be half a bad^idea tc regu'arly ' send, you details 'about tilt Bussell River diggings A lit tle while hack iiilooked.asjf ive " were it'll going to be, .bound for" thai land of ffver and Sig; mountains,\New Guinea, and asj avjnatter..of; fact a number of the chaps did 'light; out for . that ñnin^itíiíg^rKgibn'. ' But nil who . could raise sufficient .wind took the home ' trail ngainas soon' as,'possible and aré now once' more hin d at work on their claims here.---A few of I he old hands we shall not see in these parts again for they "pegged out. their lust claims ahd set out to ' register , them .with the Warden who ia not bound down by the gold-mining...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

MRS. SAPSFORD. I Midwife and Nurse, BEGS tn Inform Ladies in Cairns that sha is prepared to accept Accouchc [ uient Cases. MUS. SAPSFORD resided in Uerbcrtou for the past 10 years, and holds three testimonials from , . Doctora, and high re- ferences from - .?>A'?...??> ? Ladies. . - U ; / ADDRESS- \>\ - MPS. Sapaford, ABBOTT STREET, Near Church of England, CAIRNS. Il Tora cup o/T* Delicious S I "Kara" !'Golden'! VJ , (PURE CEYLONS) , I À\\ E. O'NEILL, Saddle & Harness Maker, HAS Storied husmeas at tia; MÜL GRAVE (Next door lo the FAMILY HOTEL ) And Hopes by First-class Work- manship to obtain a fair share of Public Patronage. MAKING AND REPAIRING PACK SADDLES A SPECIALITY. Saddles and all Descriptions of Harness Made and Re- paired at the Shortest Notice. GOOD WORKMANSHIP, MODE KATE CHARGES AND PROMPTNESS. E. O'lNEILLTMulgrave, JOSEPH CLARKE'S Old Curiosity Shop, Lake Street, Cairns Curios ! Curios ! p OLLECTORS of nil kinds of curiosities, such as birds, beetles, b...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

Commercial. Messrs Goldsborough, Mort & Co., Sydney specially report on the produce market under date 22th October as follows : Sheepskins.-Full-woolled 4¿d to 5íd-5|d medium, 3id to 4Jd per lb; shorts, 2d to 3jd per lb. There was only a small attendance at sales to-day, .and although cables from London quoje sheepkins to have advanced there, we have not experienced the rise here. Hides_Heavies, 3 j-8d to 4 Jd ; mediums, 3 s-8d to 4Jd ; lights, 3d to 4~d per lb.- .. A decline of j- per lb on all descriptions took place at sales to-day. shippers ,not oper- T sting so freely as at previous auctions.* Tallinn.-Mutton, £t6 to £17 los ; mixed and beef, ¿15 to £ 16 10s per ton. The attendance at Tallow sales was good, and the rise which was experienced in London and the better outlook, has caused this market to improve to the extent ot about 5s to 7s 6d per ton. .

Publication Title: Morning Post
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

DEPAIiTDlirS. October 2S -/abner, », Captain A. 0. Clarke, from townsville, via ports. Passen- gers : Miss Untier, Messrs White, Murray, and 1 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agenss. October 2S.-Aramac, s. Captain Robert Armstiong, for Cooktowu. Passengers : Mrs McBride and G children, Messrs Murray McBride, Eliott, Kay, Rev. Cribble, Revs.' Fathers Coleman and Corcoran, Sub-Inspec- tor Ferguson, and 7 in the steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. October 29.-Warrego, s, Captain Fleet wyod, for southern ports. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. October 30.-Amur, s,' Captain Hayman, fur Sydney, via ports. J. G. Fearnley, agent. - ~ October 30.-Aramac, s, Captain Robert Armstrong, for southeru ports. Passengers: Mr« Wried e 4 2 children,'Messrs G. Wreide, Newell, and 0 in thc steerage. Burns, Philp and Co., agents. October 31,-Amur, s, Caytain Mears, for southern ports. Passengers : Mrs Crawford, Captain Crawford. J. G. Fearnley, agaut. November 1-Guthrie, s. Captain Ellis, for Syd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

WHOLESALE * BETAIL Provision - Merchant, ABBOTT STREET, .CAIRNS, fair Profit, Cheaper than another, Hougcjn Cairns. WHAT IS M. BOLANDS STOCK 1 K "§1 w|SS?S I- . W O* ?* w I fe. ? s?° ? ' s « P-^ s W , w.; _ ?->, ; ?-T-. Goods Delivered promptly to all parts of the Town and District. PRODUCE PRODUCE. PRODUCE, ^SppÄryW^k. Fresh Dairy Produce twice a week, M. BOLAND, Wholesale & Retail Prorâion Mercian ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. Hùotgr's Paw Paw Saûçg. PROFESSOR FINKLER, in an article published in the British Phar ceulical Journal, says:-Papain is,a ferment which is manufactu according to my specification from the plant called'" Clarica papya " (/>< Paw), lt is an albuminous body which, under certain conditions, can chai albumen into peptone. The conditions which produce the change are v different from those under which pepsine, and pancreatic produce the sa effect. In order to demonstrate, the effect of papain I shall indicate vari< experiments made by....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

Tenders- . í ... ? ?LEEPER GETTERS are invited toi Ö quote for - the SUPPLY of ¿0000 Bloodwood Sleepers, in lots of not less than 2000. Particulars may be had ?on application to the ? THE MANAGER, Colonial Sugar Refining Co., Ltd., Hambledon Mill, v Cairns, APLIN. BROWN AND CO.. LTD., 'MERCHANTS. AND AGENTS. TOWNSVILLE, BRISBANE^ : BURKETOWN, THURSDAY ISLAND, AND POUT DARWIN, < ¡MIÉ »hove Company's steamers leave I Messrs W.d.sli and CO.'s: Wharf as jndcr :-. ' ' ""';., .. -J .. For Port Duuglas 'thlí's.s.,' Adelaide | .every Wednesday Morning. Johnstone River ' \ : Mourilyan Harbour Clump Point S.S. ADELAIDE' Card« «ill EVERY Dungeness WEDNESDAY NKAT | r.w..«vilic ? J ??' For rates of Froi^titiind passage Mooney *pp!y I,. WALSH & CO., > Agents, Cairns Ade laide steamship ! -. COMPANY, LIMITED. Passenger and Cargo Service | BETWEEN CAI RN b ANl> WESTERN AUSTRALIA (MA puru'Sj. CARINS TO SYDNEY IN SIX DAYS. S S.." Franklin." , S.S. " Allinga." k| OR Ms! S.S. "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

A.U.S.N. ^0., Ltd. ROYAL HAIL COASTAL SERVICE. r/^HE Steamers of thc above Company are 1 intended to sail.as under:-. Townsville v . Bjiwciv ." ' Mackay 'Rockhampton .filadstone T.undahçrg - .Maryborough Brisbane Sydney Melbourne . ? iAdclaids, ' {Albany {Freemantle {Geraldton. ? ! {Cossack, .and olher West j Australian ports Geraldton "j Mourilyan ' I Cardwell ' I PALMER, Dungeness | Townsville . .| TO-DAY Port Douglas ?.% ' Cooktown AKAWATTA J Thursday Island I ?Normanton . [ TO-DAY X Burketown .1 'Transhipping n Keppel Bay. {Transhipping at Cooktown. ^Transhipping at Melbourne. Vor further particulars apply to . ¿ BURNS,-PHII-P'& CO., LIMITEIC Agents. S.S. "VICTORY," (90 Tons Reg.) fJIHlS Steamer is now Employed for Attendance on Oversea Steamers at Fairway Beacon, ¡iud is also available for nil lighterage and towing purposes. Special Terms to Picnic Parties and Friendly Societies, When in Attendance on Oversea Vessels a limited number of Passengers will be carried. FARE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

Pink Pills Exposed. THE FOOLS WHO BUY, DESERVE TO DIE. This paper feels, inclined to squirm every timc it reads of the ?wondrous virtues of Pink Pills for Pale People. How is it, we have often asked ourselves, people can be led to believe in the efficacy of a pill which is .asserted by the manufacturers to be a remedy for everything. One can understand some particular pill being good for the liver only; or that a help to digestion may possibly be tendered in thc shape of a sugar coated pill. But Quack Williams, like many other patent medicine makers, claims that his pill will cure everything; Brights disease, rheumatism, failing eyesight, consumption, paralysis, warts, in fact anything and everything. The poor suffering people who buy the pills never stop to doubt the truth of the statements or testi I monials by which they are gulled. They never recognise the absurdity Of believing that a medicine which is a certain" cure for paralysis can also bc regarded a's'atíanfallible remedy ...

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VICTORIA. CUP DAY RACES. HOW THE MELBOURNE CUP WAS RUN. MELBOURNE, Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

VICTORIA. CUP DAY HACKS. Him- THE MKLBOÜÜNE Cur WAS HUN. MELUOURNE, Wed. There wa« a very large attendance of the public at Flemington yesterday, alltaoutU there wc« perhaps lu(yor ; intercolonial vial tor* th»i>^w»» the ,u»»u lut ye»r. Fol- lowing are results :- . HURDLE HACE, of 320 S<KS. 3 Miles. Lucid 1 Insurance 2 Gold finder .' 3 RAIL\VA\' HASMCAI', of 310sovs ; 6'furlongs. Fortnnio . 1 Interlude .2 Loch Maree .3 NCESEUY HAXUICAI', of 27" suva ; for two years only ; 5 furlongs. Essex. 1 Cordite. .2 Hainault .... . .*! JÍEEiincitNi: Cur, 2 mile. A li milic p sweepstakes of 25 sovs cadi, with 3(100 sovs added ; second horse to receive 500 sovs, and the third 250 sovs out of thc stake, (Jaulas, 7stSllis ... . 1 Thc Grafter, 7st ;.2 Aumin, Sit (libs .3 The other sUiters v ere Clarion, (ist 811)3 ; J'.iuulnük, (¡st lill)-, Amnesty, (ist 1211) ; Üoselh, fist 71b ; Trent, 7st !)]!> ; Sorli.% 7>-t Sll> ; 1'oMtano, 7at 71b ; Hypnotist, 7st .">ll> ; Koah, 7s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

ZD.3E&. IiB"WIS, WHOLESALE C'OFFEE MERCHANT. GROWN AND MANUFACTURED BY D. R. LEWIS, AT MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE PLANTATION, RUSSELL RIVER, QUEENSLAND. WHY DRINK IMPORTED ADULTERATED COFFEE ? THY 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, The Tate, and acuten generally should ask for Lewis' Mount Graham Coffee, and take no other. Try One Tin as an experiment. The grower and manufacturer pledges his word that there is no better matured or purer Coffee in the world than LEWIS' MOUNT GRAHAM COFFEE. THE .".GRESHAM /.HOTEL ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS. MRS. BYRNE, Proprietress. I^HE Gresham Hotel is situated iu the contre of the main block in Abbott Street, adjoinin;? Messrs Burns, Philp & Co. s business premises. PRIVATE AIRY PARLORS. LARGE COMMERCIAL ROOMS. Finest Brands of Well-known Wi...

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From Our Point of View. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

From Our Point of View. , OUR HARBOR AC ¿ . KTE .V*"*? »mtemporary refers to " Cairns and ir« tiny liarbour." Well, so far as visitors and the majority of Cairns people are i concerned, the harbor is a small one, ! being bounded hy the wharves on one j aide and the Inlet bank on the other. It may cause some surprise to these good people to learn that within two miles of the wharves there are splendid reaches of deep water wide enough for the largest ships on our coast to- turn in at full speed. These reaches are indented with hays and broken with promontories and dotted with little islands. We have a harbour large enough to accommodate the English fleet, and it is certainly the finest one north of Gladstone. ' The fact of the matter is that no charts or plans hitherto published show with any degree of accu- racy our available harbor accommodation. On the more recent lithographs issued by the Government the harbor is marked in dotted lines with the.obj?ct of giving only an approximat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

DIGESTIVE, Palatable and Refreshing-. KANDY KOOLA CEYLON TEA. llb and 51b tins. BURNS, PHILP & COY., Ltd., Agents. Robt. Sturt & Co, ... AUCTION KKUS, .,f Land, Horse and Cattle Salesmen, . : Land and Estate agents ' ' Agent» for Absentees, Accident Life and Fire Insurance Agents. Customs House and Forwardi i¿ .Agents. Sharcbroker and Financi-I Aleuts. Valuators, i.e. Sun Insurance Office. Standard Fire k Marine Insurance Co. N.Z. Phoenix Fire Office. Manchester Fire Assurance Co. Mutual Life Association of Australia Secretary to Cairns Chamber of Coi imerce. Cairns Fire Brigade Bc ird. Valuator and Auditor to Cairns Municipal Council Auditor Cairns A. V. & Mining Association. Auditor Mulgrave Central Mill Co. Prompt Account Sales and remittances. A large stock of new and Second Hand Furniture alway« on stock. Fibre Mattresses aud Kapoc pillows made on the premises. Furniture bought in any quantity aud highest prices given thus avoiding expense of Auction Sal...

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BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

BRIEFS. Mr Fred Northago tells a very rjood yan» against himself. When single, and about twenty two yeats of age, he calmly admits that In; was (as most men of that ¡n» ¡ne) a consummate donkey. He imagined every gill,in hive with him ahd w«s, in Iiis own way of putting it, "a regular bass.'' He attended » certain Oddfellows Dali, and becoming deeply smitten in one pm ticular direc- tion, indulged in all sorts of inmantic lovey-dovey expressions (can't imu-ine it. ED. Pod.) Eut ho came a terrible Minerva cropper upon venturing to remark to Iiis Angelina "I really don't know, pou my'soul, what I would do if a gili was to propose to me.'' Quickly cam« the wit lim ing reply, "If you did what you ought to do under the circum- stances, you would at once send for the young hilly's keepers and get her taken back to tile lunatic asylum." He left-and quickly. We hold no spitcflu views, wc ttust, And yet we can't help thinking Our friend the corner-man is just A thought too fond of drinking. ...

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Outing in the "Victory." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

Outing in the "Yictory." The Church Lads Brigade had a splen- did outing, on Monday night. As they were just beginning to tootle up outside the Vicarage, Mr J. Hansford wearing a big cigar and an etpially largo sniilo arrived, and suggested that tbs lads should then and there have a night oil' on board the Victory. The suggestion was greeted with shrieks of delight.oii tho part of the youngsters, and preparations were at once commenced for the festivo outing. One lad ran home two miles, and back, to tell his mother that he might not be home until 2 a.m. Tom Seaton fixed a new drum head on tile drum, ('.ho skins are very apt to split in the tropics) and everything was in order by 8 30. when a start was made for Messrs Burns, Philp & Co's wharf. The lads never played with a better will or stepped out inoré cheerfully than on that occasion. The rector, rather unwell, strolled hack as far as Craig's for a pick-me-up. On his return to the s.s. Victory he was astounded to perceive...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 4 November 1897

Thc last shipment of gold from Cairns was not very big. It consisted of 3*5 ozs by the Bank of North Queensland, «0 ozs Bank of New South Wales, and 20 ozs Bank of Australasia. Mr Hunt, School of Arts Secretary, informs us that advice has been received which indi- cates the' early arrival of the batch of,new books, ordered from England through Mr. Xorthage, bookseller, Abbott-st. Several intending subscribers will soon be deprived of the excuse they make, "Oh, wait-till the new books arrive." Shippers and intending passengers by the E. and A.- Shipping Company to China, via ports, may always know the date upon which steamers have left Sydney by looking at the shipping Board at the entrance to Post Office. Mr Hansford has taken steps to ensure thc regular despatch bf this news, and in his cap- acity as agent for this well-known linc of steamers will bc pleased at all times to furnish enquirers with latest information as to prob- able date of departure from- Cairns, fares, freights, e...

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WEDNESDAY, 10TH NOVEMBER. (Before Mr H. Morris, J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Post — 11 November 1897

(Betöre Mr H. alono, J.P.) Patrick Povtr pleaded gaflty to dnmkeness and was discharged with a cut ic«,

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