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INTRASTATE STEAMER            

SAILINGS    

FROM CAIRNS. ,  

For Port Douglas    

LASS o'GOWRIE

ll a.m. Wed., I

lyth August IHoward Smith Ltd ; Par Port Douglas and' Cooktown.

.KURANDA ~~)

; ; rEvery Tuesday, J

? . 4 p.m._{A.U.S.N. Co.. Ltd.

For Innisfail and Townsville.

...INNISFAIL J ' ' .

Every Thurs., ... , 6. p.m._Howard Smith Ltd PorMourilyan Harbor. Lucinda, Palm ^.-blands and Townsville, via Hinchin

? , brook Channel in Daylight.

KURANDA j '. "

Every Thurs., J . ?.

ll a.m._(A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd.

Voa; Townsville, Bowen, Mackay, Port

Alma, Brisbane, Sydney and .

Melbourne. LEVUKA

S p.m., Sat. , " .

20th August (A.U.S.N. Cd., Ltd.

WODONGA

8-p.ni. Saturday, ,

27th August jA.U.S.N Co,, Ltd.

WYANDRA

8 p.m. Saturday,,

3rd September j A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd.

WYREEMA

t p.m., Sat,

10th September '|A.U.S.N. Co., ltd. For Townsville via Mourilyan Harbor, Cardwell, Lucinda und Palm Islands, transhipping at Townsville for Mac»

kay, Rockhampton. Brisbane, Sydney |

and Melbourne.

.MOURILYAN

(T.S.S.)

Every Tuesday, .

ll p.m. Howard Smith Ltd j

LASS o'GOWRIE

ll a.m. Thurs.,

Ifith August IHoward Smith Ltd

Connecting with

CANBERRA

.(1st, 2nd & 3rd

elasa)

<t«avin? T'ville ; Sat., 20th Aue. BOMBALA

; I Wino; T'ville

Sat., 3rd Sept/

Howard Smith Ltd Howard Smith Ltd

^\vf*Omits Cardwell and Lucinda.). . riuRNS, PHILP ft CO. LTD.,

Steamship Owners & Shipping Agents PASSAGES BOOKED ALL PARTS

OF THE WORLD.

Particulars on application office, ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS.

C" HINA - AUSTRALIA" ~~ ' MAIL

.. .. - STEAMSHIP LINE.

. S.S. H WA H PING (COUO tons)

S.S. VICTORIA (4000 tons)<

To and from Hong Kong, calling at Manila, Sandakan and Queensland

Port*. .. ,

S.S. Victoria sails for Henç.Kono», via Thursday. Island, Sandakan and Manila, 8tli August.

SAMUEL ALLEN & SONS LTD.,

AgetUs, Cairns.

If ¿MAHON AND CO.,

Thone 75. - P.O. Box 100. THE LIVE AUCTIONEERS.

ff OUSE, LAND~AND PROPERTY

'.. SALESMEN, '

LAKE STREET - - CAIRNS.

; AND AT BABINDA.

Me connection with any other firm of

similar name.

. HAVE - FOR - SALE

SOME SPOT LINES.

Ü750-Babinda Area. 84 acres, 74

? under cane; estimate 1921 season

2000 tons. Very high density. Six horses, all farming implements. "» House. Large Barracks. Terms:

12500 cash, balance half crop each year, with 6 ncr cent, interest.

Í5OC0.-Gordonvale, area 60 acres, 34

under cane, 24 acres ready to plant, estimate 1921 about 900 -tons ¿ House v-lttcd at £600. All >, necessary implements, windmill,

dray, harness and S horses.- ¿5000. 11000 ? down, balance half crop ycartv; or £4500 ca.6h.

«¡50-4-Roomed House, McLeod St., ' opposite Railway Station. Very

easy terms. Good position. Irarae ... díate possession.

-rfFheae above arc some of the many >t fJStod things we are offering to would * fit purchasers. We have other very mod. properties in Hambledon and Mulgrave arcas, also very good tow« . iaveatments, improved and unimprov-

ed. Buyers would bc well advised to Maault at before purchasing ciao

where.

AUCTION SALES conducted by i Srst-class salesman in 4own or coun-

try. Very best prices realised for goods ..omitted, for sale. QUICK AND PROMPT RETURNS.

Second-hand Furniture bought for cash in any quantity. Estimates given.

V GIVE US A TRIAL BEFORE

GOING ANYWHERE ELSE.

.I O R T H A G E ' S t: Have Just opened up stocks of ::

CHEAP NOVELS.

GLACIER WINDOW PAPER, BOXING GLOVES,

TENNIS BALLS & RACQUETS, COLORED TISSUE PAPER, CREPE PAPER.

SCHOOL BOOKS, SLATES AND

EXERS

AUTOGRAPH. POCKET ANO

PRAYER BOOKS,

WORK HANDBOOKS, Sec.

it Be Economical, Buv Our ::

WRITING PAD, Ruled Both Sides.

fJOLAND'S BLOCK - - CATtNS.

£HAS. A. JENKINSON.

LAND. MACHINERY AND COM- '

MISSION AGENT. MAREEBA.

Tetephone No. 10. P.O. Box No. I. - Approved Vainer. Snrxcssion and Pro Jute Duties Act for Town of Mareeba.

OFFERS FOR SALE.

/ -Half-acre Allotment, well situated,

JIS.

Eipht Quarter - acre Allotments, tiver bank. £25 each.'

, 145 Acres Excellent Farm Land, .nhable ptRS and poultrv; close to ^Mareeba, on river bank. £275.

./yilla Residence. Walali, Stree». T '? rooms and pood improvements. £900.

Comfortable Cottage, good garden,

4300.

. Team Six Good Horses. £150.

. Vertical Boiler, 6-h.p. Good order.

«SS.

Comple** 8-h.p. Boiler and Freine Winding Plant, Assay Plant and. Saw Scacnee. ii^á^o..

Inquiries Invited.

LOST, in .Abbott Street, one Pal

Spectacles, ii case. Reward on re turn thia office. ; .

WANTED KNOWN;-Fresh Tra]

Fish daily; also Fresh Fried Fisl daily. A. Kontos, Abbott Street.

WANTED to Buy Secondhand Ham

or Treadle Sewing Machine (Singer preferred). State conditioi and price to C.C.B., P.O., Malanda.

WANTED.-Girl to assist house

keeper, Hambledon Officers Quarters;_<____. '.

WANTED to Sell, Ford Car, in per

feet order, fully equipped, an)

trial. Apply Box 23, Cairns.'_

WANTED, one good Cook; also on«

Waitress, for State Hotel, Ba binda. Apply Labor Agent.

WANTED Position va» Cook Or

Laundress, in' Mt. Mulligan or

I Chillagoe. "CL." c/o this office.

WANTED KNOWN.-That-we liav :

received a fresh shipment of "Thorpe's" Poultry 'Foods, also Clam I Shell Grit and "Singer's" Poultry To- nic. Prices on application. Armstrong, Ledlie and Stillman, Busy Stores, ?Cairns. t

WANTED KNOWN.-That Bo

land's Ltd. have just opened up a large shipment of Gent's. Silk Shirts,

in White and Fugi.

WANTED KNOWN.-J. Turley,

Singer representative, near corner Abbott and Upward Streets.

WANTED KNOWN.-Just landed

Horse Rugs and Dandy Brushes. J. Swain, opp. Technical College, Shields Street, Cairns. Tel.. 107.

WANTED KNOWN.-Just landed

a large assortment of embroidery beads in the following shades: Gold, silver, green,(henna, black and pde. Mrs. j. Swain, Lucidle Salon, Shields

St., Cairns. 'Phone 139.

WANTED KNOWN. - The* High

School Past Pupils' Association are holding a Dance in the Oddfel- lows' Hall, on Friday, 19th instant. Admission: iGcnts, 2/-; Ladies, 1/6.

W- ANTED KNOWN. - Six Ont;

Crepe, de Chine and Georges Frocks, now reduced to **3, wet ¿6/10/-; 12 White Voile Frocks, price ranging from ¿3/10/- to Í4/10/-, a to be, cleared at 35/-. Mrs,. H. Gril fit hg, Lake Stre c t, Cai rn 3......

WANTED KNOWN.-just lande

Cuticura Soap,. 1/- per cake, als Eucalyptus", Pd. per bottle. J. Sv/air opp. Technical College, Shields St Cairns. Tel: 107. ? ' ^

WANTED KNOWN.-Grand Nov

elty Fair, i:i aid Malanda Metilo dist Church Fund, on Saturday nexl 20th inst., opening 10 a.m., in Maland: Hall. Stalls, Novelty Competitions etc.. etc. Continuing in evening Full moon. E. Bate, Hon. * Sec. .

WANTED KNOWN.-Want Farm

era to know, that A. J. Drapei Ltd. have complete.stocks of all arti- cle! required' for cane cutters outfits Send for list and price, it will pay you U/ANTED KNOWN.-A. J. Drapei

Ltd. have limited quantity Prime Cow Peas. Farmers are advised to make early application._:

WANTED KNOWN.-Lucidles are

now showing a fine range pf shirt Blouses at 8/11. Also some very smart and up-to-date morning frocks at a very reasonable price. Mrs. J. Swain, Lucielle. Salon, Shields Street,

Cairns. 'Phone- 139.

WANTED KNOWN. - Why be " downhearted and miserable when iou caa get fat and cheerful at

'carce's Hotel, Kuranda. Tariff, 8/ per day. ? _ WANTED KNOWN.-Just opened

up, targe assortment of Kitchen Utensils, j. Swain, . opp. Technical' College, Shields St., Cairns. Tel 107. WANTED KNOWN. - For Plait

Straw, Fancy Ribbons, Aero- plane. Speed's, Abbott Street, have a splendid assortment.

WANTED KNOWN.-Fresh stocks

of Barb Wire, Wire Netting, Fa- mous Tableland Stoves, Dover Stoves, Steebtinned Boilers, etc. Armstrong, Ledlie & Stillmin. ,, _' <

WANTED KNOWN.-J. Swain, the

home for all. your requirements in Tents. Canvas Goods, Crockery, Kitchen Utensils,;Toys, Fancy Goods, Fishing Tackle, Patent Medicines, Smokers' Requisites, Sporting Goods, Stationery,- Indoor and Outdoor Games, etc.,,etc., etc., Shields Street, Cairns, opp. \ Technical College. 'Phone 1>7, P.O. Box 256.

WANTED' KNOWN. - Stainless

Steel Table Knives, 35/-; Dessert Knives, 31/- per half dozen; Stainless Carvers, 32/6 pair. Boland's Ltd.,

Cairns.

WANTED KNOWN.-Just landed

Glass and. Wooden Washboards. J. Swain, opp. Technical -College, Shields Street, Cairns.-Tcl. 107.

WANTED KNOWN.-Bad Leg:

The agony that some men. and wo- men, too, suffer with a bad leg is re- markable, more esoccially when they bave a remedy in the African pre- paration known as Zena-Zoo-Loo. which ls now obtainable from all stores, including Armstrong, Lcdlie «nd Stillman, »nd Boland's Ltd.

WANTED KNOWN.-That you can

only get the "Swamp" Corn Cure tnd Wart Cure from Armstrong, Led He ft Stillman, also Boland's Limited., who have been aooointed sole agents for Cairns. "Swamr>" was discovered by a stockman in .the North of Queensland, and yon should not faff to try it, became it U trrly retnajk »M» Price Ü/6 «vi*t«9e'.3d. '

WANTED KNOWN. - The Cane

Cutters' Boots have arrived and

partly sold at 25/- per pair. Only sizes 7, 8, 9 are left, so hop in early to se- cure a pair. Our Boots and Shoes are as good as our repairs, at the Little Shop with the big value"!. We guaran- tee every pair to give fair wear and tear, or a new pair, at tb¿-Beehive *<oot«t»otv School of Art« Buildine.

WANTED KNOWN. - Dingoes.

There is now on th<; market a preoaration known as Flo-Din-Ogal, which is an attraction that once a dingo gets a whiff of it will follow for miles-right.np to your traps or baits. Price 10/6,- post free, direct only from the Bournemouth Chemi- cal Co., Newmarket, Brisbane.

SUGAR FARMS. SUGAR FARMS.

UGAR FARMS. SUGAR FARMS.

SUGAR FARM. ^ i ?

FULL PRICE ¿1500. ; ONLY ¿400 DEPOSIT.

Situated in a handy position on the line. The land is first-class, and produces prolific crops. About 23 i acres under cane. House, Stables, ! Implements and a > good Team of I horses included. We recommend this, I and an early inspection is advisable

to secure it. (2-1)

HAMBLEDON AREA.

83 ACRES.

MOSTLY RICH RIVER FLATS.

ABOUT 50 ACRES UNDER CANE.

This is a most desirable Farm, easily worked. The owner is anxious to re- tire, and consequently the price has been fixed reasonably low. (6-64)

MULGRAVE LAND.

HIGHLY IMPROVED FARM.

ONE HUNDRED ACRES.

ALL UNDER CULTIVATION.'

This is a good proposition for a prac- tical farmer. Price and terms on ap- plication. , ; (7-64)

TOWNSHIP PROPERTY.

¿525-Well-constructed Cottage, of

five good rooms, tastefully de ' signed, and in a dry locality. Terms arranged, and early possession obtainable. It's a bargain.

I R. T. MCMANUS.

Auctioneer, Land, Estate and Live

Stock Salesman,

ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS,

'Phone 97. Box 106.

HMCMAHON U MCMAHON

, «MCMAHON, "»MCMAHON (Late McMAHON & SANDAVER),

HAS FOR SALE:

¿9000-SUGAR FARM, Russell River,

90 acres, all under plough; cut last year over 3000 tons. 1921 estimate also over 3000 tons. Good density. One of the very best farms in the Cairns district. Terms.

¿5000-SUGAR FARM, Babinda area,

150 acres, 50 acres under cane, balance standing scrub. 1921 estimate 1200 tons, high, density.

Terms.

OTHER SUGAR FARMS in Babinda, Hambledon and Mul- grave Areas.

¿630-HOUSE, four .rooms, kitchen

and bathroom, Martyn Street. Terms.

¿475-HOUSE, five rooms, kitchen

and bathroom, Lumley Street. Nearly new. Terms if required. OTHER HOUSES in all parts of the Town.

HOTEL LEASES: Cairns and Hin-

terland, Port Douglas, Townsville and Herbert River. ¡

HOTEL FREEHOLDS: Cairns and

Hinterland! I

UNIMPROVED ALLOTMENTS in¡

all parts of the Town

Tor full particulars, apply lo

H.* MCMAHON.

N Next Post Office, Cairns.

£ BUT LE R.

AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION

..... AGENT,

GORDONVALE.

Sugar Workers' Block, 231 acres, securely fenced. Improvements, 4 roomed house, new verandah in front, well, 3 acres stumped, 1 acre garden, 27 years lease. Price ¿350; ¿200 cash,

balance terms,

i 100 Acres in all, house, newly built, lall land been' stumped, ? but under

lantana, unimproved. 80 acres can go under cane; Mulgrave Mill guarantee, tramline, all good soil, been scrub. Price ¿10 per acre land, ¿400 for house: ¿500 cash, balance terms.

60 Acres Scrub Land, on Mulgrave River. Price ¿600; ¿200 cash, balance easy terms. Right to grow cane.

157 Acres, 10 »cres ; been under ba- nanas, house, 20 acres of good cane country, 3 horses, plough, harness,

etc., ¿800. Terms, ¿200 cash, balance { three years at 6 per cent. 1

83 Acres all told, 33 acres under cane, 3J acres plant cask, balance 1st, 2nd and 3rd ratoons, 2 horses, .cows, 2 ploughs, scarifier, chaffcutter, per- manent line, estimated to cut fDO tons. Price £3200; ¿1000 deposit, balance terms. House and new quarters.

HOUSE PROPERTIES:

I Acre of ground, good well and pump attached, four-roomed house, number of fruit trees," freehold. ¿330,

terms.

i Acre ground, good house. 5

[rooms, freehold, near school. Price

¿320; terms if required; .

fi roomed house, with front veran

I dah, i acre ground, £550.

1 For Sale.-1 set three section dia- mond harrows, in good order, ¿7.

I have other farms for sale in Mul , grave. Hambledon and Babinda arcas,

aUo house properties in Gordonvale and Cairns. Prices and terms to suit all buyers. Gall and see me before finally deciding on your purchase.

FOR SALE.-Gentes"Secondhand Bi-

cycle, ii^ good order. Apply

"Bicycle," this office.'

WANTED KNQWN.-Nightdresses,

Camisoles, Kimonos, in large variety, at Speed's. Abbott Street".

t* A. JONSSON'S CAR, No.- 18,

5-seater. is plying for Hire. 'Phone 238. Sheridan St.. near Donn & Gea ney's Model Store. ..

PALACE THEATRB TONIGHT ? PALACE THEATRE

A Complete Change; «¡nd Showing for One. Night Only

A Superbly Filmed Comedy-Drania"-by'\Vilham Fox. presenting -

Bf LEEN PERCY te «HER HONOR THE MAYOR"

A dramatic comedy of romance^ in which the hand that tocks a'cradle'

*. . rnlei a city.

Supporting - A -Two-Part Comedy which (s a scream and a Riot, entitled "MOVIE FANS." We must show this comedy because it is one of the best

Burton Holmes Travelogue--AmericiM Gasette--Magnalne

This is an Excellent Programme! and Should Please all Palace Patrons.

THE CAIRNS PICTURES

" NEGLECTED WIVES " .- - See this gripping, fascinating tale of love

arid, romance, intrigue and .adventure, pathos and joy. You'll never regret its realism, it's 1 human appeal. Don't miss it.

"THE EACK YARD" - - A Vitagraph comedy thai will take you back to

your early days of elfin jileasùres, consùmated in the silence of the night

AUSTRALASIAN GAZETTE - GAUMONT GRAPHIC !

Watch this space on Thursdayanight. It will contain something great. "Dead Men Tell No Tales" is coming - - Watch for it

**r" * BAKER'S PICTURES - - - EDMONTON

TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY) TO-NIGHT EDITH ROBERTS - in - "ALIAS MISS DODD"

A Picture on thc Same Plane as "The Adorable Savage."

Jack Mulhall and Juanita Hansen in "THE BRASS BULLET" . i ('.' JOE MARTIN Comedy, Entitled, "A JUNGLE GENTLEMAN "

An Excellent Comedy by an Almost Human Monkey '

WOODWARD fie CALDER,

AUCTIONEERS AND PROPERTY

SALESMEN.

LAKE STREET - - CAIRNS.

HAVE FOR SALE:

HOUSE- PROPERTIES.

il 100-SHERIDAN STREET,' five

'. large rooms, kitchen, bathroom,

wide verandahs, laundry, etc., trough, gas copper, asphalted under house. Every convenience. Easy terms can be arranged. In- spection invited.

Í900-ESPLANADE, 6 large rooms,

"kitchen and bathroom, i acre, newly erected, well fenced, rn ideal ' home. Terms can bc arranged.

¿750-LAKE .STREET, five rooms,

kitchen and bathroom. Close to ! town. In thorough repair, i

¿600-FLORENCE STREET, . four ! rooms,, kitchen, bathroom, > back I and front verandahs. Terms ¿200

cash, balance as rent. Worthy of inspection.

¿600-LAKE STREET, i acre,. in

splendid situation, four-roomed dwelling, back- and front veran- dah*. £300 cash, balance ¿1 per week and. interest.

¿525-UPPER SACHS STREET, -4

rooms, kitchen, bathroom, gas . and water,, every convenience,

. well fenced, handy to bus and

beach, £200 deposit, balance as rent. Splendid value.

¿475-LUMLEY STREET, 5 rooms,

kitchen and bathroom, éciled, painted inside and out, in good repair. Well worthy of inspec- tion. Terms can be arranged.

FARMS.

One hundred acres under plough, 45

acres under cane; estimate, 1,200 tons. Good house, stables, etc., . water. laid on, eight horses, harness, 1fWgÍñe, chaff-cutter and nil implements. Shares in Mill. Tramline passes through property. Price, ¿8000. Terms, £3000 cash, balance half nett proceeds crop.

One hundred and fifteen acres rich scrub soil, river frontage, 40 acres 1st .and 2nd ratoons; estimate, 800 tons;

10 acres ploughed ready to plant, 30 acres grass, balance standing scrub, good home, stables and outbuildings, six horses, harness, engine, chaff-cut- ter and all imulements, Price, £4,800. Deposit, £2000. Easy terms for bal- ance, or ¿3,800, without crop, arid de- posit reduced to £1000. A high den- sity farm, worthy of inspection.

Seventy-eight acres scrub land, part flats, all cleared, 20 acres under plough, balance easily stumped, 40 acres cane; estimate, 1000 tons. House,

barracks, stables, etc., three horses, I harness, and all implements. Three chains from permanent line. Price, ¡¿5,600. Deposit, ¿1,500.' Extended

terms for balance.

Ninety-eight acres rich scrub land, close to mill, 16 acres plant, 15 acres first ratoon. Estimate 600 tons 1921 season, 37 acres at present being planted for 1922 season. - Good house,' stables, barn, 8 horses,.engine, chaff cutter and all implements. Price

¿5000. Terms ¿1500 cash, easy terms; ¡ for balance.

FRESHWATER PROPOSITIONS.

Six hundred and, forty acres rich scrub soil, 300 acres best cane land, part river flats, 50 acres ploughed; right to grow cane. Good house. Price. 110 per acre. Terms, ¿2000 cash, balance long terms at 6 per cent

! One hundred acres, 70 acres rich

scrub land, river flats, all ready for ¡ plough, right to grow cane, close to I station. Price ¿5500. Terms ¿1500 ) cash, balance easy terms. i

BUILDING SITES. -

We have for sale in town and sub- j urbs high and dry building sites, of | various areas. Full particulars can be, obtained on application.'

Hotels, Freehold and Leasehold, ' throughout Cairns and District. I

In addition to the. above we have

other improved and unimproved pro- perties, inspection of which can be made at aiiy time.

See; our lists before finally deciding on yur purchase.

Typewriter supplies stocked.

WOODWARD ft CALDER.

AUCTIONEERS AND PROPERTY

SALESMEN.

LAKE STREET. CAIRNS.

Prosperity for the Digtrcr Means

Prosteiity for Youl ,

SUBSCRIBE TO THE DIGGERS'

LOANI

SJANN . & R O ACH

TAXATION SPECIALISTS.

Handline Federal Tncom«. State. Income Tax, State Land Tax. and Laborer's Insurance,-ALL NOW ! DUE. j

gRICKS. BRICKS. BRICKS. I The MAREEBX~BRICK & TILE [WORKS LTD. are now in a position Ito book ORDERS for Bricks, with

¡quick delivery. Orders supplied inj i rotation received. Prices pa applica-1

tion I

I MANAGER. Mareeba.

'Phone.-Works, 22; Residence 40.

HORSE SALE. HORSE SALE.

ORSE SALE. HORSE SALE.

NEWMARKET""SALEYARDS»

SACHS STREET,

TO-DAY, TUESDAY, 16th AUG.,

at 11.30 a.m.

WOODWARD & CALDER, Auctioneers - - Lake Street,

favored with ; instructions from W. Smith, Esq., of Richmond, will offer at Public Auction, on TUESDAY, 16th AUGUST, instant, at 11.30 a.m.,

12 HEAD HEAVY DRAUGHT

HORSES, ALL BROKEN.

Thèse horses have been specially selected for the Cairns District, and are a first-class lot. Inspection can be made morning of sale.

NOTE;-SALE TO-DAY. 11.30 a.m., at the Newmarket Saleyards, Sachs Street, Cairns,

i WOODWARD & CALDER,

'Auctioneers.

WOOTHAKATA^SHIRE COUN

ELECTION OF~^REPRESENTA-

TIVES FOR THE CAIRNS

HARBOR BOARD.

In accordance with thc Third. Sche- dule, Rule 35' (I) of , the' Local Authprities Act 1902-1920, Notice ¡3 hereby given that the following is the state of .the Poll as ascertained at the Election held on the 23rd day of July, 1921, for the purposes of elec^kg Members to represent the Shire of Wo'othakata on the Cairns Harbor

Board.

Name No. Ernest Albert Atherton .. .. ...193 Robert Kirkpatrick Clackerty 82 William Alfred Gilder .. .,- 39 C. W. H. Rudolph Hampe .. .. 117 Frederick Charles Hodel ..... ..'154 Ernest Charles James Hunter .. 133 Thomas Kilpatrick ...... . . . . 76 John Jerome Meehan .. .. .. .. 96

Informal Votes .. .. .. 50 I hereby declare Ernest Albert Atherton and Frederick Charles Ho- del elected as Members to represent the Shire of Woothakata on thc Cairns Harbor Board.

JOHN RANK,

Returning'Officer.

gHIRE OF WOOTHAKÀTA.

ELECTIONS, 1921.

In pursuance ¿>f the requirements of Rule 35, Third Schedule, the Local Authorities Acts 1902-1920 (Consoli- dated), I hereby "announce the result of the Poll taken on Saturday, 23rd July, 1921, for the Election of Chair- man of the Shire of Woothakata, and of two Councillors for each of the five divisions of the Shire Area, as follows:

Name No.

CHAIRMAN:

Atherton, E. A. . . .. . . . . . . . . 381 Kilpatrick, T. .. ... .. .. .. ..303 O'Donnell, G. H. .. .. .. .. .. 363

COUNCILLORS:

Division No. 1:

Clackerty, R. K. ..., .. 112 Hawes, C. G. .. .. .. ..106 McColm, S. .. .. ... .. .. .. 99

Parkinson, T. E. 81

Informal .. .. .. .. .. .. .14

Division No. 2:

Crowley, F. C. .. .. .. .. .. .. 110 ¡ Geraghty. H. J. ... .. 77 I Madrid, W. J.. _. . 42 I Mildrcn, J. E.... .. ... .. .. .. 73 McNamara. M. J. .. .. .. 72

. Informal.. .. .. .. .. .. 16

Division No. 3:, No Nominations. Division No. 4:

Breslin, E. M.. ....233 Fenwick, J..170 Gardner, W. .. .. .. .. ..- .. .. 191 'Hampe, C. W. H. R... ........ 227

Sheppard, H. .'.. .. 135

Informal............ 15

Division No. 5:

Tones. H. 45 Matthison, T. ... .. .. 129

Pym, E. L. 54 Vcivers, A. .. .. 126,

Informal. 16 I hereby declare Ernest Albert Atherton duly elected Chairman of the Shire of Woothakata, and the fol- lowing persons duly elected as Coun- cillors of the Shire for the respective Divisions:

Division No. 1: R. K. Clackérty, C. G. Hawes. ?

Division No. 2: F. C. Crowley, H. J. Geraghty: - .

. Division . No. 3 : No nominations. Vacant. . '

Division No. 4: E. M. Breslin, C. W. H. R. Hampe.

Division No. 5: T. Matthison, A. Veivers. "

JOHN RANK.

' Returning Officer.

M O T I C E. WAKE UP ! WAKE UP ! Your country needs you. So does thc man who fought for.you need your .sup- port. T. F. Campbell (late 26th Bat- talion, A.Ï.F.) is now proprietor of the Australian Hotel, Abbott Street,

.Cairns. ..

The only Digger Hotel in town,

IA. j" DRApER» ltd»

COUNTRY LANDS AND SUGAR

FARMS FOR SALE. ( . CANE FARMS FOR SALE.

£5 per acre. 197 Acres. Portion 79

(freehold), parish of Bellenden Ker, standing scrub. Close to rail- way arid permanent mill tram. Good terms. - : ~' ? ?? (1) £5 per acre. Portion S1V (freehold),

113 acres, parish of Bellenden Ker. Served by mill permanent tram line. Rich' alluvial soil; on the banks of Russell River. . Good terms. - ' -c ...... (2)

I £5 per acre. Portion S2V (freehold),

125 acres, parish of Bellenden Ker. Served by mill permanent tram- line. Rich alluvial soil, on. the. banks of Russell River. Good terms. < (3) £7 per acre. Part of Portion 50V

' 4fleebold), 72 acres, parish of Bel-

lenden Ker, - adjoining cleared land. Mill tramway passes through property. .. . . .,(4)

---Part of. Portions 56 and 80 (free-

hold), parish of Bellenden Ker. Opposite' Mooliba Station, adja _ cent mill tramway. Standing scrub.

Good terms. Apply. (13) -Part of Portioni-363 (freehold),

' 320 acres. Large area under grass.

Dip, yards, etc. Good stock pro- posal. Offer. (20) £12 per, acre. Subdivision 6, pirt of

Portion 485, parish of Bellenden Ker, 57 acres standing scrub . on bank of Harvey's Creek. (46) £5 per acre. Portion 26V (freehold),

320 acres, parish of Sophia. Rich

scrub land. -Good terms. On North Coast Line. (5) £80.-Portion 8V, parish of Cairns, 40

acres adjoining Barron Falls. (17) £740-Area 74 Acres. 15 acres once

under plough. All under grass. Within li miles Babinda. Long terms. ' (222) £640-Area 80 Acres. Good soil, with-

in Babinda area, and close railway line. Terms. (45) £684-Area 57 Acres. Good soil, within

Babinda area. Terms. (46) £11,000-Area 130 Acres, Mulgrave,

and shares in mill; 59 acres plant cane. Good plant and superior buildings. Less for cash. If terms, I ' ¿5000 cash, balance ¿1 per ton for.

crop. Interest 6 per cent. (267) £1500-88 Acres freehold; 9 acres

. plant cane, 3 acres ready to

plough. .Small house, plant, Es- timate this crushiug 250 tons.

Terms. ^- . (268/

CHILLAGOE DISTRICT.

£1500-O.L. 24 square miles, 2000

acres fenced and subdivided. , Dwelling, yards, 50. head cattle

and 60 horses. Only quarter mile from railway. Well-worth in- specting. (266)

A J. DRAPER LIMITED. AUCTIONEERS AND PROPERTY

SALESMEN, ^

ABBOTT STREET, CAIRNS,

OFFER FOR SALE :

UNIM PROVED ALLOTMENTS.

¿200-Allot. 1, Sec. Z«, corner Water

end Upward Streets. Full quarter acre. Good spec. ? (214) ¿125-'Two allotments, Martyn Street,

two «ides fenced. Nice prip^ert^.

¿200-Two allotments, 66ft. to Hartley

Street. (160 ¿1800-Three allotments lower Lake

Street, 99ft. frontage. Long terns.

(160) ¿700-Sachs Street, 66 feet frontage.

Long terms. (160)

¿100-Lake and Charles Street, corner. ;

99ft. frontage to Lake St. (124)

1300-Sachs Street, lower cud, 33ft. I

by 165. (165) ¿150-Five, allotments 99 feet front-

age to Beryl Street, off Grove St. in Sec. 1, Cairns side of railway.

(249) ¿150-Allot 33 of Sec 42A, Sheridan

Street, opt. Ambulance. 23 ¿300-Allot 42, 43, Sec 42A, Sheridan

Street; opp. Ambulance.- 282 ¿90-Subs 19, 20 of Allot 1, Sec 40,

I Gatton "Street.

IMPROVED ALLOTMENTS.

¿1000-Two-storey building and quar I ter acre land let at ¿130 per an-

num. Good spec. (152) ¿1100-Dwelling, Esplanade, good as j new, lovely position, 99ft front-

age. <IV7)

¿400-Dwelling and 33ft. land, loweri

Sheridan Street. Well and faith- fully built, . . ? (214) ¿650 - Quarter-acre Attotment and

Two Houses on high blocks, Water Street Good invest- ment. (241) £700-Will buy full quarter acre

allotment, centrally situated. Mc- Leod Street, with substantial resi- dence, four rooms and kitchen; good verandahs, high blocks. Bar- gain. (254). Two Comfortable COTTAGES, well

built, Dutton Street, handy Wharf and Railway. Price, ¿500 each, i Terms. 271 Comfortable DWELLING, Sachs

Street, between Minnie and Up- ward Streets. Price, £550. 272 £600-Good House, hixh blocks, Flor-

ence Street. First class order. Terms: £300, balance £1 week, with interest (274)

£400-Corner Allotment, Spence St.,

near Tramway Hotel, 5 rooms. £200 deposit, balance terms (287) £1000-Quarter Acre, cprncr opp. R.C.

Church, Abbott and Minnie Sts., Tv/o houses. .£500 cash, balance terms. (233) £450-House and Land, full view

Trinity Bay from Minnie Street. Bargain. . 283 £825-House, 6 rooms, verandah three

sides, double walls, corner allot- ment, near railway. (298) £750-House on high blocks, 4 rooms

and kitchen, verandah back and front, close'St. Monica's Church;1 comfortable home. (318) ¿1100-Large area of land, good gar-

den, fine dwelling facing main road-close to town.- (303) ¿800-Comfortable Dwelling, high

blocks, 4 rooms and kitchen, " newly -painted, close to Cairns

State School Terms.

»EARNLEY & C&" LIMITED. * Shipping, For ward and

Customs Agents. ^»j-i-'ijrj

Agents for

, AUSTRALIAN ORIENTAL '

STEAMSHIP CO. (A.O. LineV

Sailings to and-from the.-East with .' Connecting Lines to Europe,?.:Asia and /America., .

hOBT. STURT, ft Co!

. AUCTIONEERS,

REÀL PROPERTY SALESMEN, v FORWARDING. COMMISSION

. AND GENERAL AGENTS.

HAVE FOR SALE :

¿700-Five Rooms, Kitchen and Bath-

room, ali good order, on high .? blocks; underneath house closed

in. All outhouses, good yard, i acre. ¿300 deposit, balance a's rent.

18!)

¿700-Four Rooms and Kitchen,

Bathroom-arid all outhouses, on high blocks, front verandah

closed in with louvres. High and , dry. i acre allotment. Terms can be arranged. 190

s , .?

¿600-Five-roomed Workers' Dwell-

ing, securely fenced, high blocks, . i acre, high and' dry, all out-

houses.'Very handy to town. De- posit ¿150, balance as rent. 186

- - ii;* ,!? SUGAR FARMS. J

150 Acres, Babinda District. 26 acres

Milder cane, consisting of 9 acres plant, 6 actes first ratoon, and 6 acres other ratoons, 5 acres just Í>lanted. This is very high density and. Three-roomed house, with 2 verandahs and attached kitchen, stables, complete set of imple* tnents, and 4 horses. Price £1600.

Reasonable deposit, . (151) 90 Acres, situated Freshwater Dis*

trict, containing approximately 70 acres of rich alluvial flats, and the balance high land, all of which is first-class sugar land. The major portion of thc block has been' under Chinese gardens. The pro- perty is an exceptionally good one, and inspection is recom- mended. (152) 640 Acres, Freshwater district, of

which 200 acres is first-class sugar land. 100 acres felled, part under Slough. Price ¿640Ü; deposit £2000,

alance, over 6 years - at .6 per '

?cent. ? . : ?. ?

A. L. NE VITT fis "CO.;

Auditors, ;Ac'countan ts.i-Secretaries;.

' Etc. .-^ - .

INCOME;- TAX.>':,RETURNS . COMPETENTLY í COMPILED, f

CAIRNS - TENNIS'- 'V^CLUC,"

A GENERAL MEETING ' ^

will bc held in Mr. E.'Sr MANN'S ' OFFICE, on WEDNESDAY,' 17th ; AUGUST, at 7.30 p.m. '- " -,\ ^

COLONEL - BIRKENSHAW

will speak at the ,:' SATVATION ARMY HALL,

> 8' p.m.-.TO-NIGHT-Ü8 -p*m;-*\ "

' r '? ? ??. .

ALSO at 3 n.m, nnd 8 p.m. ; ' .

WEDNESDAY. ~

SYDNEY SMITH, '

Commandant.

AUSTRALIAN . MILITARY1:;

FORCES.

"E" COY.," 31sf SENIOR -? CADET

, ? . BATTALION. -, '

Tho following extracts from pro-r,v gramme of parades are published for... information of those concerned

J;-. < \ ? ';;-'.>''K.';-."--::

Compulsory Daylight Parades:-;-:. ?

Cairns.^No. 21 Platoon (1904 to.1905), »

Wednesday; Aug. 17th. i> a.m. .

Cairns, No. 22 Platoon (1906 to 1907),-.,

Saturday, Aug. 20th, 2 p.m.

Atherton, No. 23 Platoon (1904 toy

1907), Tuesday, Auç. 23. . » , Mareeba. No. 24 Platoon (1904 ' t» .

1907), Wednesday, Aug. 21. .i

A. R. McLEAN, W.O.,

Area Officer, T.A., 31E. Headquarters, Cairns,

16/8/'21. - ,< -

.jj -.O T. I ,'C -E. '

THE DIGGERS' LOAN.^.

APPLICATIONS are-invited from persons willing to act as agents for.

the above Loan.

Commission will be nt (he rate of ,»5/- for each £100. . .

Application to reach the under- signed not later than Noon, 48th inst.

L. ;W. SWEETMAN, : «

y Organising Secretary.' Cairns Local Diggers' Loan

Committee. ¡ Town Council Chambers, ^71}

Cairns. \'T*"ï _

NIGHTINGALE WOMEN'S HOS-'

PITAL. - ? ?

Under the Supervision of MATRON; BARCLAY (S.T.N.A.), Sheridan St.

(late .of Herberton), who .wishes .tor announce that she is fully prepared to receive patients. Terms upon ap- plication. 'Phone 299. .

F.

M. MA LOU F|. GENERAL STOREKEEPER,"''

BABINDA.

Here arc a few fresh lines worth - the inspection of the general public' Just to hand.

DRAPERY.

Lakes' and Children's TRIMMED

HATS. A' beautiful assortment. \ i Three Dozen LADIES' GOLFERS,,

best omlity. Worth ¿4/4/-, Going;

at £2/2/-.

VOILE BLOUSES, large assort-

ment. Goina; Half Price.

NEW LINES in good variety for ; LADIES, GENTS & CHILDREN.

GROCERY.

Potatoes. 3/6; Onions, .3/6 quarter;

Tapioca, 4d.; Sapo, 4d.; Rice, 6d. per lb.; French Cream Tartar, 9» per cent., 2/9 ib.; Jams, 10/6 dost.* (16-oz. tins). _ H All lines cut wherever possible. ^"^

Your inspection invited.

Gramophones and Records on Sale.

.Phone 12. P.O. Box 44. >

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