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POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M., and R. A. Kingsford, Esq., J.P.) December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 December 1884

POLICE COURT. (Before W. ¡t. O. HM. Esq., P.M., »=d B. A. Kingsford, Ksq., J.l'.) December SÉ. P. O'Connell, charged with larceny from a Chinaman. According to tho statement of the prisoner, he had been drinking' some- what treely and had lost some stores he was taking home. Returning along tho road ho taw a Chinaman with similar articles tn his possession, and, thinking the Chinaman hsd fouad thora, made him give them up. Even- tually he recovered his own lost goods. Prisoner having elected to bc dealt with summarily, the Bench inflicted upon him a Sue of Sus and 4s 6d coats, and ordered him to pay 49 3s expenses to thc aggrieved Chinaman. J. Alien v. Satter-Batter v. J. Allen Batter v. Tommy.-Summonses and eros» suminonaes for obscene language and assault. The" langnagc adduced iu evidence as having l«en used in the brawl, of which these sum- monses wem the upshot, was most disgust- ing and called forth the strongest cen- sure from the Beuch. The -seuior-cou stable being osfced by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 December 1884

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, SATURDAY, DECEMBER C, PRECISELY AT 12 O'CLOCK, Preei.H'ly tit li o'clock, THE FLAW WILL BE LOWERED 'l'ho t'tur will bc L jwereil TO A FLYING START To a Flying Sturt. THE ASCOT VALE PA UK STAKES 'tie Ascot Vale Park Stakes Thu Ascot Vale Park Stakes or TUE RACK VOIt WEALTH The Klieo for Wealth The Kace f..r "Wealth. .ASCOT YALE l'A UK STAKES ASCOT VALE PA UK STAKES r ASCOT -YA L E PA K K STA K ES ASCOT VALE PARK STAKES ASCOT YALE PA UK STAKES ASCOT YALE PA itK STAKES ASCOT YALE PAUK STAK KS ASCOT YALE To start at 12 o'clock PAUK STAKES ASCOT YALE yuvwlv, <>n Saturday. PARK STAKr.S ASCOT. VALE December f., iss I. * PA li K S TA K ES I ASCOT VALE Upen to allcomers. PAUK STAKES "ASCOT" "V A1J"E \N..> entrame tee. I'AKK STAKES ASCOT YALE N\. entramo fe. . VA UK STAKES ASCOT VJLB No entrance tee. l'AKK STA K ICS - ASCOT VA LE PA lt K STA K KS ASCOT YALE - PA UK STAKES ASCOT VALE PAUKSTAKES ASCOT VALE PA UK STAKES ASCOT VALE PARK STAKES ASCOT VALE PAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 December 1884

CAIRNS DIVISIONAL BOARD. NOTICE. ALL HOUSEHOLDERS in the Town of Cairns are requested to .prepare their Closets for carrying cut the Earth Closet System. All Cesspits must ha .filled up, and the Closet provided with trap door at back, which must be at least. IC inches deep in the opening. Iron Pans and Earth Scoops can bo ob- tained at Mr. W. Jones'. J. A. HUNTING, Clerk to the Board. Post Office, CairnB, 2Sth November, 1SS4. I CONVEYANCE OP MAILS. TENDERS aro invited, and will be re- ceived at this \Jincc until noon of December the 15th, Trom persons willing to Contract for the Convoy.mco of Mails hy horse, " weekly," between Redbank (Trinity Inlet) and the Bussell Kiver, in accordance with the general conditions, a copy of which j may be seen ou application at this or the ReJI-auk Post Oßice. T. il. DICK1NS, Postmaster. WÎMÎLÏ:, Esplanade." fTvO LET, Commodious STOKE in Lake -1. street, most central situation, suit- able draper, milliner, 4c. Apply, H. V. FBEAMË, Lake-street, rfTO...

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Queensland. BRISBANE, NOVEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 December 1884

LATEST BY WIRE. [»HOM OUB OW« COREKai-OXDKCT.] BBISBAXÉ. NOTIMDEB 29. The Ministers were entertained yes- terday by their Parliamentary sup- porters at a picnic down the bay. DECEMBER 2. Thc trial'of Bernard Williams, lately boatswain of the labour schooner Hope- ful, for thc murder of two Polynesians on thc high seas, was commenced at the Supreme Court yesterday. ... DECEMBER 3. At a well attended meeting held yes- terday a petition to the Governor was adopted, praying for a mitigation of the sentence of death passed on Neil M'Neil for the murder of two Polynesians. A deputation of sugar planters waited upon the Colonial Treasurer this morn- ing and presented a petition in favour of a reduction of the excise duty upon rum to eight shillings a gallon. The petition stated that the whole of . thu season's molasses was in stock at the various sugar ' mills aud could not be sold, as the, increased excise duty hud enabled importers of rum to shut the local production out of the mai kct. ...

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Our Neighbours. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] HERBERTON. November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 December 1884

Our Xe.g.ibours. [»COM OCK OWN COEBMPONDKNT3.] HEEBEBTON. November 29. Juro« Noel and Mr. Daly completed their half-yearly visit in a very short period, and by the time this reaches you they «ill, prob- ably, have finished at Cairns. A horse -stealer got live yean penal servitude, and a "receive*" got 1* months. How the jury arrived at the conclusion that one of the prisoners was a receiver, saning that the two shot the stolen horse dead is diCcult to con- jecture ; bot they did, and the judge' had only to receive the verdict and act upon it. There waa also a mining appeal case to be heard from the Etheridge, but when it was called on the judge was compelled to dismiss it bacauae the warden at Georgetown had omitted to aead the necessary papers to the court. It transpired that the trip to Herberton had cost the appellant £d0 and the respondent 460, so that we have a dis- puted mining case still is dispute and two men put to the inconvenience of a long and tedious journey and much lo...

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The Cairns Post. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 188[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 December 1884

TinrRSDAT, DECEMBER 4, 188». Cjkims* litt» had ¡ts - aapumtton incetin};, and through ita medium hos wilt forth to the rest of the North ita willingness to submit to thc ill-ad vised and un- suitable legislation of Brisbane Minis- tries rather than undertake the re- sponsibilities and duties of self-govern- ment. From the rapid advancement which, has characterised the history of Cairns during thc past two rears and its untiring exertions to make known the claims it possessed to entitle it to the Herberton railway, an uninitiated ob- server might have expected a different expression af opinion on a subject which seemed so in keeping with the spirit of advance thus manifested. But to tho initiated it would have been known that the desire for.progress and the energy and capital that enables it to he earned oat, were possessed by but few, whilst the followers of stag- nation and retrogression were still numerically great, notwithstanding the fresh blood that had recently been in- fused ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 December 1884

Tilt Incorporated under " The Companies Act," BANKERS FO THE GOVERNMENT OF .'. ^QUEBNSLAXD. ' ' ? - ? y Sat*crlW4Capital - r.:4 ; ;... ¿l.UNMVO _ . . m . _-ywnp»»sM^ Reserve Eund ... ... ~ 1S5,0U0 Gold bought or forwarded to the Mint for Assay. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates. Drafts issued on Head Office, Branches nu<l Agents. Advance« ma-ie :upiinst Tin ¡md other Produce, and all other usual banking business transacted. " -WM. CHAS. SMITH, . ' Ma-ujcr, ' . . '* ; Cairn* Hraneh-. . rjlHE HERIîERTOX ADVERTISER." A Ui-wet'kîy Newspaper, published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Terms-Ute jHir, t|uarter, or JC1 annually, in advance'. The " Advertiser " has a Jar^c circulation, timi cLüms to be a refiex of the Wild River tin, silver, sjid copier mines. EDWARD JIYKRS. . Proprietor. ROBERT CRAIG, REGISTERED CHEMIST ANO DRUGGIST, ABBOTT-STRSET, CAIBBS, (next New- Tattersall* Hotel). PRESCRIPTION'S ACCURATELY DlSl'EN'SED. A complete stock Pure Dru;|s and Paten! ...

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Courts. DISTRICT COURT. (Before his Honor Judge Noel.) November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 4 December 1884

Courts. DISTRICT COURT. I (Before Iiis Honor Judije Noel.) November ZS. His Honor " took his seat on the B .-nch punctually at 10 o'clock, and opened thu hrst District Court held in Cairns. Tho eases for trial consisted of three criminal oases and one eivil action. Mr. Daly,. Crown Prosecutor, conducted the prosecution on behalf of the Crown in the Criminal cases. FRAUD. Sydney Lindo, charged with obtaining money under false pretences by means of a valueless cheque. - The Crown Prosecutor stuted that no true bill had been filed in this case end therefore asked for the dis- charge of the prisoner. Prisoner was ac- cordingly discharged. INDECENT ASSAULT.       John O'Neil, charged with indecent as- sault on one Lydia Smith. After numerous challenges the following jury was empanelled:-Richard Blackwell. James Black, S. L. S. Rodda, James Kenny, Geo. Mackay, James Hill, William Popple, J. H. ryan, Samuel Cochrane, Thomas Lynch, G. G. Alley, and W. ...

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Victoria. MELBOURNE, DECEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

Victoria. MELBOURNE, JIKCF.MIIKII f>. Tin1 A IM fra I ian Kleven anil Shaw'* Knghsh team left hero yesterday for Adelaide. .lumea Elder, who was under remand for criminally :i«s.-.u!ting a little girl at Mitiamo, committed suicide vestordav by tying v. "rone, with a stone attached, round his neck and throwing himself j into a dam.

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Cricket Match. TOWN V. COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

Cricket jîatcî». ii ''i }. Tows v. COUNTRY. R ~ THE' above match was played yesterday or. the town cricket ground, and resulted in a victory for the Town representatives by one innings and 29 nins. The Country toata ». ont lirst to the wickets, but were soou dis- posed of for the small total of :t2, the bowling ot I). \Yi:U pioviag. very destructive, Jacobs being top scoivfwit.li S uut out. The Town the;; toot the wicfcetr, and held them until 117 rim's Ead Wea placed to their crédit. A. A. Wall made the best stand, playing a capital innings for 2C runs, W.. K. U.Hill coining neit with a score of 19. Warien proved the luojt destructive bowler f.-r the Country, being credited wita, six wickets. The Country agnin took the wickets, with 83 rans io thu b::d, which, notwithstanding that Amos contributed 22 from his own but, lucy were un»Vd» to put together, their last wicket falling for a lota! of 50. The bowl- ing honours in this innings were nearly evenly divided between Messrs. A. A. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

Special Colirren. APLIN, BH0W2Í Al\"{> CO., LiiriTKi), TCWNSYILLE. THE above Company intend running a a Steamer between Tir.rnsviíle, Dun- geness, Cardwell, Mourilyan Ifai-lunir, :>nd Johnstone Eiver, leaving Townsville everv lionday, arriving at Cairns ou Weum-aday afternoon. For Fares and Frei<fh ti a r.pl »-to < " BURKS, PHILP, and CO., . (, I "yj^ a. : . - i c O M » AST.j CluTlSTMAS HOLIDAY EXCUEST0N3. The Splendid Steamers '* ELA31A3ÍG," 1200 ton«, Captain J,\KE, « KATOOMBA," .1150 tous, Ciiptam AHM STEONO. " QTJUtAISG," 1500 ton.!. Captain M±c LEAN. " WENTWORTH,'* 1000 tous, . Captain SEA VB CAIRNS EVSEY TCESDAV* for TOWNSVILLE, BRISBANE. SYPNEY. AND MELBOURNK. Splendid ¿ocommodapon. No Crush, fqr Berths. Lowest Reduced Rates. , - ,«,, " Applv to 'BURNS, PHILP and CO.. . '_Agents, EDITHVALE AND SWALLOW'S WHAEfcV The B S ZEtFS^BuTeave for the above EVERY DAY (excepting Thursdays) at 10 o'clock a.ni., Returning same day, eoni jnencing on Monday, the 8...

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Cable Messages. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) European News. LONDON, DECEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

Cable Messages. (.FBOM OCH OKS CÓKEESl'OXnEXTS.) Eursrjean Raws. LONDON*, UscÉMBEB 6. Captain Duo li'.-and Stephens (mate), ot" the rauht Mignonette, who were committed for trial before, ii Special Court for thc murdur of the boy Park tra, ware tried yesterday mid round guilty of wilful murder. The Judge deferred passing sentence until Tues-iav nest. In thu House ni" Commons hist if:gilt the Franchise Bill pushed through com- mittee., and thc I'cdistributiou of Seats Bill waa read a second time. The House of Lords iimilly passed the Franchise Bill last Hight, and ad- journed until Fuhniiirr. DKCKMBKU S. A terrible slopping disaster occurred last night near Holyhead. The steamer Pilchard, bound from Cork to Rotter I dam, when of! Holyhead foundered, and i her crew, consisting of thirty men, I were ail druwtied. ' C V 1110, DKCKMKKK 5. The information TOimily lT^,-!'"» «?«.. Aiiftir of JJongol.i announcing tue death of the Mahdi is believed to be unfounded. DECKMBKH 7. Advices from Lo...

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MONTHLY LICENSING COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P. M.) December 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

3IOXTIIIA- 'LÏOEKSING COURT. (Uaiorc VC. KO. Hill, Esij., P.JSI.) j Adjourneii until Friiiiiy, 12: îi inst-, non:' of the applicants f..r licenses haviug put in appearance.

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Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before W. R. O. Hill, Esq., P.M.) December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

POLICE l/OUKT. j (Qc- ore- Y\\ li. 0. Kill, Eso., r.I.i.) j December C. Ellen Butler was brought nu eliaiw>i wi'li vagrancy, ¡ind committed to Townsville ^aoi Tor ono month Ttir.-o chi'drou bidou^in-^ io prisoner were ordered to bj sent lo the Townsville Orphanage.

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[APPROXIMATE TIMES OF HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. FOR THE WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

[APPROXIMATE TIMES OP HIGH WATER AT CAIRNS. J Vor. THE VTKEK EXKsa DKCSMIIKTI 17. J il

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Emberzzlement from the Q. N. Eank, Herberton. (Abrilged from the WILD RIVER TIBLES.) December 3. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

Embe-z/Jenií-at froai the EanÈ, Herborisa. Q. X. (AbrMgci fro-a tba VV--,D KIVL'B TIMES.) j December 3. -i Le3Üa_Dcvi<_' amirai-ed to his br. it before ! tta Taîî.yo ÎT-gîrtraîj-33" r^f>7!iT-Tro*)> thc ' previous day? charged -.vita embeding two j ennis""amounting. .to ¿loó Hs 8d and JB3U iteóeetiv&Iv, the pi-ópertv of tho (¿uéetisland National Renk. G. I*. Hides deposed to paying ia to the Q. M. Banif to the credit ot a partnership account the sum of jtttüO Hs .-ki oath*.- 25th Noveniber. Ho paid tho nwany to ¿Ir. Doyle, :L= teller or tfie hank. John Cairas deposed to paying in to the credit-nf ate&rs. Jae's ::t.d Newell on the *5th Xoveiiiii.-:- tho sum i.f jESíí tis 2d. The laouey was pidd io Zlr. ijoyie. V> u¡iau> bf.-, ensou defied : I am manager of the (¿neuushtud National ¡iauk, Herber- ton. Mr. Doyia was accountant and «lier iu the Herberton branch, lie was the ody der» receiving money from customers when on duty. It v.~j3 his duty to r...

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Our Brisbane Letter. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

Our Brisbane Letter. (raosi ojra. OWN COKKTSFOKDEST.) j THE doings of the Legislative Council are just now of greater interest to thc pubbe than those of the Assembly since the Upper House is dealing with the Land Hill, whilst the Lower is only oc- cupied in passing tho estimates. Most of the increases in the salaries of the Civil servants proposed bv the Govern- ment are being passed ns" though mem- bers denounce their extravagance, thov seem not to have thc courage "f their opinions and, after sneaking against the increases, do not call for a division against them. It will be satisfactory to you to know that Mr. Miles hi's again, in answer to a question, stated that Cairns is to le the terminus of the 'Herberton railway. But, if you will take my advice von will trv to" get the plans of the lirst section sent down at once. There is no time to be lost if you want them to be laid before the i louse this session. Thc Council has alrea.iv made amendments in the Land Bili which the ('ov...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, DECEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

Nev Ssu'h Walas. S\"DJS"Ki", DKCKMIIKH 7. THO frcs:¡ eases of small-pos are r¡ ported from the <[iiaraut;iie station. DEC EM li UK 9. Judgment was delivered to-dav by the Full Court in the demurrer vase of Tavlor, M.L.A , v. Barton, Speaker of the Assembly. The Court held that liie Legislative Assembly had neither power to adopt from the Imperial Par- liament, nor could it pass on its ow n authority any standing order giving itself r.utliority to punish ;;¡i obstruct- ing member, or remove him from tho Chamber for any period longer thau the sitting during which the obstruction occurred, and accordingly gave judg- ment in favour of plaintiff. Another case ut smallpox w-as "re- ported yesterday, the patient being a journeyman butcher at Ultimo.

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LATEST BY WIRE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]a Qeenssland. BRISBANE, DECEMBER 6. PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

I LATEST EY Will E. ! TriíOM OUR ovvy connnsrONDKNT."] ! Ousensland. j Î5R1S1ÎAXH, DECEMBER (5. i PA Ul.; AMEXTAJIY. i _ ^ Lcz-.*Ut:vr Assembly. \ ertcniar. I The supplementary estimates were laid i upon tîii! table of tho House. A mo [ rion brought forward fur the adoption of the report of the Joint Committee i for . Parliamentary \J*t¿M¡ng». rccom : mi n ling the expenditure of jCtH.iXK) on j additional buildings, wa* strongly op- posed hy Mr. Miles and other members, and was eventually withdrawn. The . motion in favour of rewards for deep j ."inking on goldfields brought forward j hy Mr. Macrossan was also withdrawn j after a h.ngdi:.H-i:r:..:ot!. *}yj (J.ireriuitetit : promising to give the matter their ! «irltost consideration. A motion bv ! .Mr-, Sltvi-Ii» ¿ti fnrt.ur "r tl.oUou.it f going is to commith e nest friday to ! consider making a grant for re-iwburs I ing the empiiiyersoi some entraped Ne.v i ireland boys who were returned to ¡ their islands hy the (Tovernment WHS I ...

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(From our Exechanges.) BRISBANE, DECEMBER 1. PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cairns Post — 11 December 1884

(From our l.ic'üiíi^es.") IJIMS 15A NK, IJKVK-UBMR 1. FAE!/A il Ji NT A HY. ! Legislative Council. Yesterday. I Tiie 1^:2nil Bill was re.Mitned in L'otn m idee ¡md passed up to I'lausc 51 with various tmtetidtuent:-, thc principal being- tiie im-rcase ot the maximum aroa of agricultural farms from '.''JO to i VIM acres. ; Legislative Assembly. . Yesterday. - ' The (Vernier ..aid lie did not pro-hise to g.> ou willi the Trienual l'arliainniis' I lilli and that the Additional Membera I Hill- «-..uJd-.»»ut ?:!» .im.F..lu«J^.U.i Hint" if thc#OiEcials in I'arliainoiitr and Spirits IJ lily Hills were objected to they would i-c wirhdrawii. The. eulo i ier.:ti >n. of. the Estiwiites was rcsatiicd ¡md thc greater uart of ; the sitting occupied hy thc Opposition : s'K»lie\v.-.lli:;g a pnrtiun, of the vote for ti e Uris-mi.e Botanical (larden?, winch I wa* eventually passed, as also the re ! msindcr of the votes for the Lands I Départaient. r _ DyxKMBFJ: ":. j In tin: Legislative Council...

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