Gray's breaks—overgrown already—show a capacity for indefinite expansion—1143, 1200, 1402, 1576, and now 2176. And all within the space of five months. ...Article : 1,251 words
"Amalgaline," designed for making joints in plumbing and other lead-work, is a very thin ribbon of easily fusible metal, that having been treated with a ...Article : 2,327 words
DOOLBI STATE SCHOOL, CHILDRES. Photo taken on the occasion of presentations to the lady teacher (Miss Stirling), who has been transferred, after twelve years' service in the school. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 41 words
MR. T. BRYCE, Champion Clayfield Bowling Club. —Wiley photos. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 15 words
On March 29 an "ordinary" in connection with the police force appointed to collect census lists in the district of Woogaroo appealed to Mr. ...Article : 1,624 words
Early in February the German Emperor was confined to his room for a few days by an attack of feverish influenza. His indisposition attracted attention, though it was ...Article : 566 words
BRISBANE AND IPSWICH CHESS PLAYERS. Brisbane Deutscher Turn-Verein and Ipswich Clubs (return match). ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 19 words
"It is extremely doubtful if a really natural death ever does occur in any kind of animal—including man," said Dr. Chalmers Mitchell, the secretary of the ...Article : 702 words
ALDERMAN W. H. DARWEN Mayor of Bowen. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 10 words
WINNER OF THE THALLON MEDAL. DANIEL B. THOMSON, Winner of the Thallon memorial medal, was ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 64 words
The distinction of being the highest railway in the world is (says the "New York Times") claimed by the Morococha branch of the Central Railway of Peru. The altitude of the rails is ...Article : 216 words
SEARCH FOR THE YONGALA. The launch Sybil (22ft. x 5ft 9in.), which searched for wreckage between Bowen and Cape Bowling Green. Mr. J. S. Blee is standing at the mast, and Mr. H. de B. Anderson (of Ipswich) is at the tiller. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 52 words
The three largest universities in Germany are those of Berlin, with 9686 students; Munich, with 6905, and Leipzig, with 4900 students; the three smaller are those of Eriagen, with 1011 ...Article : 138 words
A NORFOLK ISLAND PICNIC PARTY. A Queenslander (Mr. C. Missing) one of the party. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 17 words
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