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MINING Cairns Stock Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
:. MINING , Cairns Stock-Exchange. Chillagoe, b 3/7, s 3/11; paid b 4/7, . s 4/11 - ' Mungana Co., b 6/6. s 6/11 . O.K., b 4/7, s 5/- i Mount Molloy, b 9/6, s 0/10.'. &lt; Mount Elliott, b 43/-, s 43/ Hámpdcn, b 8/2, s 8/5 ..... ? Çjïili RÙddygore, s £7/10 Endeavor Leslie, b 15/-, 8 30/; Vulcan, b 0/10, s 6/2 . Stan. Hills, b 2/-, s 2/3 Smith's Creek, b 3/5), s 4/3 . Dalziell's, b 2/4, s 3/8 -. ? - Gilmore's, b 6/8, s 6/11 :. Mitchell Kiver. b 3/-, «-3/6 Durham Consols, b 3/-, s 3/6 Weincrt's Silver Lead,.-b 6/3, s 7/3 . Sales^SmiÜi's Qrcek, 200 at 1/
SHIPPING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
sHtppnfC MOVEMENTS. : Borne ...Philp &_Co. Ltd., Agents. Kuranda/ from Townsville via ports ^ is due .here every Tuesday afternoon, J leaves foi- Fort Douglas same after- noon, returning Tuesday night and leaving on Wednesday morning; on thc return. . Wyandra, from Melbourne -to Cairns via ports is due here this morning. Eastern (E. & A. Co.) from Hong- kong en route to Melbourne, is due ? at Cairns on'14th December. Empire (E. & A.) fdr Hongkong via ports,, leaves Cairns on the lOth - December. ? Kumano Maru (N.Y.K.) from Ja- pan, en route to Melbourne, leaves' "Townsville December 13. Aorangi (A;-.& A\ Lino), for Van »i> couver,-leaves Sydney on January ' 20, ¿nd Brisbane on January 22. ¡
Fearnley & Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
Fearnley & Cc, Ltd. ; . Taiyuan (C.N. Co.) far Hongkong, ÍB due to-night. Hanau for Jlacassa via Torres Straits,, thence to Marseilles, Havre. fÄTnsterdam and Hamburg is due in Townsville on January 1, calling at Cairns ii inducement offers. ^..Seydlitz (N.D.L.) leaves Sydney on ^January 1,.- tor London and Bremen- ir ?yin ports. - " - '
LENNON'S NEW DRUG STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
LENNOX'S NEW DKUG STOßE. Last month honors came easy, lt was a great month for Lennon's Kew Drug Store, lt was a royal demom ... rtration and fitting dedication to thc nowest contribution to Cairns Drug Stores. I am proud of the popular public approval shown me last month ? and which I shall strive to niain . tain, seeking day after day to make - this a perfect Drug Store and one that will ever retain the good will and confidence of the people. Th.; merit of my drugs', chemicals, etc., is ever to be my claim, for patronage and not the decrying quotations of impossible prices. I trust the asso- ciations and friendship formed since my advent in the field of Drug Store business may be ever fastened with the cords of many years satisfactory relations. ' Mail your orders if you cannot ' visit my Drug Store. A prize competition ticket given with every puschasc. Perspiring humanity relieved at my American Soda Fountain. Telephone 124 I - :P.O. Box, 124. Lennon, Chemist, ¿.. Abbott St, (nex...
RETURNED HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
RETURNED HOME. Mr. J. Vf. Walton returned to Cairns, yesterday after a three mon- ths' visit to Sydney. Mr. Walton saw the English cricketers play aga- inst New South Wales and expresses the opinion that they are a good all- round combination. In Brisbane, where Mr Walton spent a few days in returning North, the chief and only topic of conversation was politics'. The general^ opinion was that Mr. Kidston had made a "mess of things," and that, if he should secure his own seat at the elections, he will have no following, most of those who supported him in the past being now disgusted at hi-s recent actions and his attitude generally. Mr. Walton was accompanied homo by Mrs. Walton who is much benefited in health by her prolonged visit to the south.
A SUSPECTED LEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
-A SUSPECTED.LEPER. Amongst thu crowd of celestials who made their way to thc China Navigation Company's steamer Taiy- uan yesterday was na old Chinaman who originally came from thc John- stone Hiver. . With bis swag in hand he stepped from thc tender on to the gangway of tho liner when the first mate pf the latter vessel noted some- thing peculiar about the old man's appearance und hastily culled thc ship's doctor. Thc medico suspected thut the Chinaman was afllicted with leprosy and ordered that he be re- turned to poft, which was accord- ingly done. On arrival thc old man was handed over to thc police for thc night but thc officers of the law were in somewhat of a dilemma as ta where tc put their patient, as it was impossible to lodge him in thc lockup with the other prisoners., Firstrclass Constable Fcrkins, who was in charge of thc station at the time, assisted by (Jonstaples Watson and Creon., after c«ns(defab,o trouble managed lo accommodate tho China- man in un old room in o...
DEPARTED TOWNSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
.DEPARTED TOWNSMAN. > Mr. P. H. M. Crane, . who for tho past two years'or over managed tho Cairns branch of Brownbill Kirk. & Co.. lott lor tho South yesterday hy the ' Yongala. Alter his'nrorringv;' which ia to' toko place vl shortly Mr. Crane will settle . in Sydney. A good townsman, well respected, energetic, conscientious and popular, Mr. Crane [made many friends during his reside ence in Cairns and , topk away ^vith him the best wishes of all for, his future -happiness and prosperity.
FOR OTHER FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
FOR OTHER FIELDS. \ Mr. S. Archibald, who for thc past 12 years has been sugar growing at Saltwater. Crock, Mossman, arrived with his family from Port Douglas by the Kuranda yesterday and went on to Townsville whence he will pro- ceed to Brandon, Lower Burdekin. Mr, Archibald, in conversation with a "Post" representative, gave a dole- ful account of thc sugar inuustry in the Mossman district, thc impover- ishment of the land and the unsatis- factory conditions appertaining to labor having necessitated his break- ing up his home and seeking fresh fields for his enterprise elsewhere. Mr. Archibald has purchased a farm on the Lcwcr Burdekin which he in- tends to cultivate, paying periodical visits to Mossman to look after his farm there, until, as he remarked, sorrowfully, better times come.
CAIRNS POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
CAIRNS POLICE COURT. Before Mr. C. H. Short, C.F.S., in thc Police Court yesterday morning. George Simpson» for drunkenness wf>» hued 5/- Ul. default -6 hours Ia the lockig. A 'chargo of using obsceno language was also preferred against Simpson. He pleaded guilty, and was ordered to pay £1 or serve 14 days imprisonment . in Cairns gaol.
AN ATHERTON FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
AN ATHERTON FATALITY. ! Last Monday evening an accident occurred at Atherton which unfortun- ately was attended with fatal re- sults. It appears that a Mrs. Chris- tie, a well-known resident of the .dis- trict, was out driving with her dau- ghter, Mrs. Gleeson, and her grand daughter, and when crossing Maz lin's Crock something startled thc Pony with the result that thc ani- mal bolted and the trap was over- turned. Mrs. Christie sustained ia jurics of a serious nature and al- though taken home and given all the cure and attention possible, she passed away in the carly hours of Tuesday morning. Tho two other occupants of thc trap escaped with, a few scratches.
TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
- TENDERS. ? f i Contractors'? attentions-? directed to. lenders being invited -for (building,; rc-* parrs, painting in Fossilbrook, , Zili-.i manton, Irvinebank-, 'Marooba, A Mun- . gann and Port Douglas. Full parti ptilanr are set out by thc Govern- ment architect'in 'dur business space.
DEPARTMENTAL RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Morning Post — 12 December 1907
: DT3PÁRTÍnásTTAÍ.'RETURNS. The Commissioner , (>í Income Tax gives -notice to-day thal, income tax returns must he made |on or Lefore January 31st next. Stpck owners arc also reminded that returns must bo made to the Clerk ol Petty Ses- sions on or before January Slst next. Particulars for both the above aro defined by notices.