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  2. COUNTRY CENTRES.

    At the meeting of the Ipswich Hospital board of management on Thursday the medical superintendent reported:— In the institution on Janurary 18, 5[?] ...

    Article : 109 words
  3. R.S.S.I.L.A.

    At a meeting of the Brisbane sub-branch of the R.S.S.I.L.A., held at the Residential Club last night, the vice-president (Major Mad[?]ocks), who occupied ...

    Article : 1,208 words
  4. GROWING TIRED.

    The Prime Minister (General Smuts) has acceded to a request which was telegraphed to him by the Germiston Strike Committee that he should grant the committee ...

    Article : 96 words
  5. BALD HILLS.

    The South Pine Methodist Sunday School celebrated its annual picnic on Saturday in Mr. J. England's paddock. The sports were capably handled by Misses ...

    Article : 48 words
  6. CITIZEN FORCES.

    By its decision to suspend all camps of continuous training for the current financial year the Federal Ministry has chosen the most obvious method of [?]ing ...

    Article : 357 words
  7. STANTHORPE SHOW.

    The annual show of the Stanthorpe Agricultural Society, which was opened to-day, differed, to some extent, in respect of the other exhibitions held in ...

    Article : 1,903 words
  8. "COURIER" WEATHER CHART.

    {No abstract available} [ILLUSTRATED]

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 724 words
  9. JONDARYAN.

    The country is now beginning to look well. Duck and quail are more plentiful than they have been for the past two or three years. ...

    Article : 50 words
  10. REDLAND BAY.

    Large quantities of pineapples are leaving the district weekly for the Southern markets. There is every prospect of a large crop of custard apples this year. ...

    Article : 35 words
  11. TOOWOOMBA.

    The police at Toowoomba have been advised that Norman Wilcox, the young man who was found wounded in Studleigh Park, Kew, Melbourne, has died ...

    Article : 430 words
  12. MURWILLUMBAH.

    A ratepayers' and taxpayers' association was formed at Murwillumbah on Wednesday for the purpose of unitedly contesting the valuations of land in the Tweed ...

    Article : 172 words
  13. BRITISH POLITICS.

    The Lord Chancellor (Lord Birkenhead), addressing a meeting of Conservatives and Coalition Liberals, in London, said: "We must wait a little longer before we ...

    Article : 421 words
  14. SUGAR INDUSTRY.

    The following is a copy of a circular letter issued by the Colonial Sugar Refining Co., Ltd., Hambledon, on January 27, 1922, to all the growers in the ...

    Article : 660 words
  15. CITIZENS' HEALTH COMMITTEE.

    There was only a moderate attendance last night at the meeting of the Citizens' Health Committee, which was formed early in December last for the purpose ...

    Article : 882 words
  16. RAILWAY STRIKE.

    The National Union of Railwaymen, representing 260,000 men, has ordered its members to cease work at midnight unless the wages are practically doubled. The ...

    Article : 79 words
  17. BACK PAY.

    In a case in which the amount involved is said to be £100,000, the Police Magistrate (Mr. C[?]ing) in the local court to-day granted on application by the Timber Workers' Union for a ...

    Article : 139 words
  18. CHARLEVILLE

    An important shearing case came before the court on Thursday, when the Warrego Sheep Shearing Co. proceeded against a number of shearers, on a charge ...

    Article : 117 words
  19. ALLEGED MURDER.

    The third day of the hearing of the charge of murder against Albert Smith, who is alleged to have killed Olaf Olsen with an axe at Mannum, on the River ...

    Article : 147 words
  20. SHARK AS FOOD.

    As a result of a visit of a health inspector to a city cafe, the proprietor, Vasos Zog[?]ph[?], appeared in the City Court to-day on a a [?]arge of having sold fish that was not of the [?]ature, ...

    Article : 143 words
  21. COWARDLY ASSAULT.

    Choy Lang (aged 61 years), a gardener living at Mascot, was the victim of an assault by four men at Waterloo late last night. His cries attracted some passers-by, and ...

    Article : 92 words
  22. TOOGOOLAWAH.

    Harold Johnston (plumber), employed by Mr. W. Schank, was seriously burned yesterday. An acetylene generator exploded whilst he was soldering, and the ...

    Article : 99 words
  23. BADAK BOOM.

    Interest centred to-day in the cross-examination of Mr. Murchie, legal manager of the Badak Co. when the hearing of the charge of conspiracy against ...

    Article : 783 words
  24. AMATEUR BOXING.

    Nearly 2000 spectators crowded into the Bungalow Stadium to-night to witness the programme, of which a contest between Fra[?]k Gilshenan (Maryborough) and George [?]eils[?]n ...

    Article : 265 words
  25. FURNACES HEATED.

    The open hearth furnaces at the Broken Hill Proprietary's Co.'s steel and iron works at Newcastle, have been heated up, and a large number of men who were previously attached to the ...

    Article : 105 words
  26. ROCKHAMPTON.

    In the Police Court on Wednesday the Inspector of the State Children's Department (Mr. J. Patterson) proceeded against Robert Baillie for £40/17/2, the ...

    Article : 186 words
  27. POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS.

    In response to "a rem[?]nder" sent by the Postmaster-General (Mr. Poynton), the International Postal Bureau at Berne has replied that consid[?]ration is being ...

    Article : 59 words
  28. COMPANY'S ATTITUDE CRITICISED.

    The attitude of the C.S.R. Co., declining to return to the relative percentage scheme for the payment for cane to the Hambledon growers, is strongly criticised ...

    Article : 344 words
  29. BILLIARD MATCH.

    Tom Reece's score is now 11,868 (including a break of 204) in his match of 16,000 up with Clark M'Conachy, of New Zealand, whose score is at 10,[?] (including breaks of 40[?], 208, and 178). ...

    Article : 45 words
  30. DEATH SENTENCE.

    The hearing of the charge against Albert Smith, of having murdered Claf Olsen with an axe, at Mannum, on December 8, was concluded at the Criminal Court to-night. After a two-hours' ...

    Article : 87 words
  31. SWIMMING.

    A swimming carnival was held to-night [?] the City Baths in unpleasant weather. The [?]ance was good, and the chief attraction was the appearance of the Australian all[?]und ...

    Article : 157 words
  32. A SOLICITOR'S LAPSE.

    Charles Hector Roderick M'Lean (aged 40 years), solicitor, pleaded guilty at the Darlinghurst Sessions to-day to charges of having fraudulently ...

    Article : 41 words
  33. REDCLIFFE.

    A deputation in connection with Redcliffe railway proposals is to be introduced to the State Treasurer next Wednesday at 11 a.m. It is expected ...

    Article : 350 words
  34. WESTRALIAN SHEARING RATE

    As a result of the conference between the Pastoralists' Association and the A.W.U., in regard to the shearing rate for the coming season, it is announced that a satisfactory agreement ...

    Article : 42 words
  35. STARVING EUROPE.

    A well-known Brisbane man, who was asked by the committe yesterday for a message in support of Lady Forster's Australian Relief Fund for Stricken ...

    Article : 244 words
  36. ALLEGED GRIEVOUS BODILY HARM.

    Frank Woods was to-day remanded to February 9, on a charge of having yesterday inflicted grievous bodily harm on William Arthur Scott. Inspector Speyer ...

    Article : 60 words
  37. DEATH OF PRISONS COMPTROLLER.

    Mr. Denis Geynor D'Ar[?]y, Comptroller of [?] South Wales prisons, died at his home at [?] late last night, at the age of [?] years. ...

    Article : 39 words
  38. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 161 words
  39. ALLEGED UNSTAMPED FURNITURE.

    Stanislaus Uscinski, of Cavendish-road, Coorparoo, was proceeded against in the City Summons Court yesterday, before Mr. A. Dean, P.M., for having, on or ...

    Article : 99 words
  40. WAR PENSIONS.

    According to a statement made to-day by the chairman of the Repatriation Commission (Colonel J. M. Semmens), the department has been aware for some time ...

    Article : 239 words
  41. IRON INDUSTRY.

    The iron industry in 1921 had the worst year within memory. The works are still running at a loss, but ore exports have been maintained, the bulk going to ...

    Article : 53 words
  42. CHARGE OF ASSAULT.

    Patrick Walsh (aged 4[?] years) and William Fannin were committed for trial to-day on £50 bail each, on a charge of having assaulted Michael Mallos, a grocer, of Surry Hills, with ...

    Article : 118 words
  43. CHIEF JUSTICE AS WITNESS.

    The Chief Justice of the High Court (Sir Aorian Knox) to-day gave evidence on behalf of Henry Percy Cheeseman, who was charged with having stolen a pipe valued 12/6. The accused ...

    Article : 51 words
  44. SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON.

    Died on the Quest—not so, he only passed To high promotion from before the m[?]st[?] He now pursues from out among his peers, ...

    Article : 134 words
  45. AUSTRALASIAN BEEF.

    Sir Thomas Robinson is co-operating with the High Commissioner for Australia (Sir. Joseph Cook), the High Commissioner for New Zealand (Sir James ...

    Article : 98 words
  46. MARYBOROUGH.

    In consequence of the resignations of Messrs. Micheli and Edyvean, assistant masters at the Maryborough Grammar School, the trustees have appointed to ...

    Article : 103 words
  47. Sherwood Combined Progress Association.

    A meeting of the Sherwood Shire combined Progress Association was held last Friday evening, the president (Mr. A. E. Harding F[?]ew) in the chair. The resignation of Mr. Seddon from the ...

    Article : 135 words
  48. Motor Car and Sulky Collide.

    As the result of a collision between a sulky and a motor car on the Nudgee-road last night Arthur Oxenham (adult), residing at Sydney-street, New Farm, sustained a fractured right ...

    Article : 125 words
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