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  2. AGRICULTURE ON THE DOWNS.—V.

    The country round about Toowoomba comprises chiefly undulating downs, with soil varying between black and chocolate, friable in places, and capable of being put ...

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  6. BRISBANE MUSEUM.

    The value of a State museum is twofold: It serves as a treasure-house for historical purposes, and as a gigantic classroom for students of science. In Brisbane ...

    Article : 1,713 words
  7. QUEENSLAND

    Southerly winds have been blowing the last twenty-four hours, with light showers. Thundershowers have fallen during the week in some parts of the district, but they were very patchy. Some ...

    Article : 753 words
  8. DEMONSTRATION AT HATTON VALE.

    On Boxing Day (writes a correspondent) there was great rejoicing among the members of the Apostolic Church in H[?]ton Vale. A beautiful flagstaff 62ft. in height ...

    Article : 477 words
  9. WOMAN'S WORLD.

    His Excellency the Governor arrived in Brisbane from Toowo[?] last night, for the purpose of presiding at the meeting of the Executive Council to-day. ...

    Article : 610 words
  10. IPSWICH AND WEST MORETON.

    The Ancient Order of Foresters (Court Excelsior) at Ipswich celebrated Boxing Day by holding a river picnic to the Junction in the steamer Glide. The steamer ...

    Article : 234 words
  11. ENTERTAINMENTS.

    Another crowded house greeted Madame Dante in her entertainment, " Magic Up to Date," at the Opera House last night. From first to last the large audience were ...

    Article : 288 words
  12. THE ROSTER.

    The following are the justices required to attend the Police Court next week:— Messrs. E. W. Hargreaves, G. B. Gill, F. G. Sringhall, and H. E. Wyman. The days ...

    Article : 44 words
  13. MARANOA ABORIGINALS.

    Mr. A. Meston, Protector of Aboriginals for Southern Queensland, has submitted the following report to the Home Secretary:- During a recent visit to the West I had ...

    Article : 2,196 words
  14. PETTY DEBTS COURT.

    At the Ipswich Petty Debts Court this morning a verdict for the plaintiff was given with costs in a case Queensland Woollen Company v. E. J. Ludlow, for ...

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  15. DECORATIONS AT THE HOSPITAL

    A great deal of attention was this year paid to the decorations at the Ipswich Hospital in connection with the annual Christmas dinner to the patients and staff of the ...

    Article : 176 words
  16. PECULIAR ACCIDENT AT CHARTERS TOWERS.

    An accident took place at the Wellington railway crossing on Tuesday evening, at about 7 o'clock (says last Thursday's "Northern Miner"), when three fine horses, ...

    Article : 129 words
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  18. THEATRE ROYAL.

    There was another very large audience at the Theatre Royal last evening, when the new stars, Mr. Frank Leon, and Miss Lizzie Kirk, again met with a most ...

    Article : 164 words
  19. BEAUDESERT SOCIAL.

    Our Beaudeserb correspondent writes, on the 27th instant:- The race meeting held on Boxing Day at Woodhill was more than usually successful. There ...

    Article : 140 words
  20. TOWERS JOCKEY CLUB MEETING.

    The Summer Meeting of the Towers Jockey Club was continued to-day. The weather was again favourable, there was a large attendance, and a sum of £4000 ...

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  22. WORLD'S HOUR CYCLING RECORD.

    The world's hour record has at last been placed over the 40 miles' mark, and the honour of being the first rider to cover 40 miles in the sixty minutes has fallen to W. Stinson, one of the crack ...

    Article : 475 words
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  24. SOUTHERN NOTES.

    The engagement is announced of Norman Charles, only son of Mr. Charles J. Clapperton, Springfield, N.S.W., and [?]ly, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John O'Connell Bligh, Gympie, Queensland ...

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