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    The Brisbane Hospital Committee met yesterday afternoon. Three deaths were recorded as having occurred during the past fortnight. It was announced that a sufficient supply of ... [Article] (1392 words)
  • THE CHOLERA EPIDEMIC. THE SITUATION AT NEW YORK. THREE THOUSAND PERSONS QUARANTINED. SERIOUS DISTURBANCE ON FIRE ISLAND. ARMED RESISTANCE TO LANDING OF QUARANTINED PASSENGERS. THE MORTALITY AT HAMBURG. [BY CABLE MESSAGE.] LONDON, September 12.

    In consequence of the number of steamers now quarantined at New York on account of the cholera epidemic, the authorities proposed to locate a portion of the ... [Article] (340 words)
  • TROUBLE IN VENEZUELA. ARREST OF FOREIGN CONSULS. MEN-OF-WAR PREPARED FOR ACTION. RESIGNATION OF THE DICTATOR. [BY CABLE MESSAGE.] LONDON, September 12.

    News has been received from Venezuela to the effect that General Pepper, acting under the direction of General Mendoza, who recently assumed the dictatorship, had ... [Article] (115 words)
  • CABLE MESSAGES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THE RUSSIAN FAMINE. LONDON, September 12.

    It is estimated that a sum of 31,000,000 roubles will be required to purchase seed corn for the eleven famine stricken provinces in Russia. ... [Article] (1065 words)
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  • STRIKE OF BUTCHERS AT TOWNSVILLE. REVENGING THE LAMMERMOOR CASES. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) TOWNSVILLE, September 13.

    Yesterday a strike took place amongst the butchers employed by the North Queensland Meat Export Company at Alligator Creek under the following circumstances:—A ... [Article] (229 words)
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  • INTERCOLONIAL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, September 13.

    On Saturday last John Gosford, a grazier, died at Tocumwal from fracture of the skull caused through his having been struck on the head by a brick. An inquest was held ... [Article] (676 words)
  • MOONT MORGAN COMPANY. MONTHLY REPORT. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ROCKHAMPTON, September 13.

    The following is a summary of the report of the manager of the Mount Morgan Company for August:—The usual sinking and driving work has been gone on with. The Grasstree ... [Article] (266 words)
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  • QUEENSLAND. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ROCKHAMPTON, September 13.

    The report of the Rockhampton Jockey Club shows a loss for the year of over £160. The Central District Court opened to-day. George Augustus Ward was sentenced to ... [Article] (425 words)
  • RETURN OF SIR GEORGE DIBBS. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. MR. REID'S MOTION OF CENSURE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, September 13.

    Sir George Dibbs arrived this morning by the R.M.S. Mariposa, and was accorded a most enthusiastic reception. The excursion steamer Brighton, upon which were the members of the ... [Article] (351 words)
  • OVERLAND PASSENGERS. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] WALLANGARRA, September 13.

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  • SOUTHERN PARLIAMENTS. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, September 13.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-day, replying to questions, Mr. Suttor said the question of stopping prize fights seemed to be one deserving the attention of the Government, but he ... [Article] (134 words)
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  • THE BROKEN HILL STRIKE. THE DRILLING CASE. STRIKERS GROWING DESPERATE. A CASE OF INCENDIARISM. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BROKEN HILL, September 13.

    John Churchward, who was arrested yesterday while drilling a number of men, appeared before Mr. Johnson, stipendiary magistrate, this morning. No labour leaders were present ... [Article] (610 words)
  • WIDE BAY AND BURNETT. (From Tuesday's Papers.)

    Mr. P. W. Boddington, in charge of the Pialba telegraph station, has been transferred to Rockhampton, and will be succeeded by Mr. D. Low, from South Brisbane. ... [Article] (595 words)
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  • BRISBANE HOSPITAL.

    A meeting of the committee of the Brisbane Hospital was held yesterday afternoon. There were present—Messrs. J. Stodart (chairman), P. Mahon, H. J. Oxley, S. W. Brooks, and J ... [Article] (624 words)
  • THE BRISBANE LIEDERTAFEL.

    Last evening the forty-fifth concert of the Brisbane Liedertafel was given, and on this occasion the patrons of the society were invited to listen to their entertainers at the Contennial ... [Article] (708 words)

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