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  2. COUNTRY CENTRES. TOOWOOMBA.

    At a meeting of the committee of the Toowoomba Sailors and Soldiers' Fathers' Association last evening a motion was carried expressing, on the ...

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  3. RELIGIOUS.

    Archbishop Sharp will attend a meeting of the Mothers' Union on Monday. On Sunday, [?]3th instant, his Grace will preach in St. John's Cathedral at 7.30 ...

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  4. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Correspondent are [?]rged to keep their communications as brief as possible, so that a fair distributton space may be reserved for the opinions of different writers on public questions. —Ed. "B.C." MT. GRAVATT SETTLEMENT.

    Sir,—Will you kindly allow me space to reply to the Minister for Lands in the Legislative Assembly last Tuesday. Beiug one of the party, a (practical and ...

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  5. SOLDIER'S VOW.

    Lieutenant Saints, an American, who was terribly wounded during the w[?], vowed that if be recovered he would walk to Jerusalem and other holy cities ...

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  6. SANDGATE SHOW.

    (From Our Special Representative.) The initial show of the Sandgate A., H., and I, Association, which was commenced yesterday, was most successful, ...

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  7. TAXATION CASE.

    Leo Vincent Kennedy (aged" 24 years), Commonwealth officer, and his fiance, Mathilde Ruth Mathleson, were committed for trial on a charge of couspiracy ...

    Article : 203 words
  8. BACON INDUSTRY.

    The additona to the Daring Downs Cooperative Bacon Co. were opehed to-day in the presence of a very large gathering by the Minister for A[?] (Mr. ...

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  9. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Lloyd George) informed Lady Astor in the House of Commons that the Government had decided to send women in an advisory ...

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  10. A MOTHER OF SONS.

    The death is announced of Mrs. Gaunt, widow of the late Judge William Henry Gaunt, of the County Court, Victoria. [Mrs. Gaunt was the mother of three ...

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  11. "GONE TO BLAZES."

    A deputation from a meeting of citizens held yesterday met the Lord Mayor (Alderman M'Elhone) to-day and asked that he should not resign. In reply, he ...

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  12. MARYBOROUGH.

    In the Police Court on Tuesday, Thomas Patrick Keenan was charged by the Director of the State Children's Department with having failed to make ...

    Article : 78 words
  13. CHARLEVILLE

    Shearing will be commenced on the Australian Scottish Investment Co.'s station, Nive Downs, at Augaghella, on Thursday; about 80,000 sheep will be ...

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  14. BEENLEIGH.

    A continental was held in the School of Arts on Friday night in furtherance of the candidature of Miss Thorene Piaggio, one of the competitors in the ...

    Article : 397 words
  15. INDUSTRIAL PROSECUTIONS.

    Sir,—Mr. Walsh, by his letter in to-day's issue, is endeavouring to justify the recent prosecutions, firstly, by h[?]s interpretation of the awards, and, secondly, by ...

    Article : 518 words
  16. AUSTRALIAN WHEAT.

    In replying to the question by Sir Newton Moore, in the House of Commons to-day, the Parliament Secretary of the Board of Trade (Sir William ...

    Article : 111 words
  17. HONOURS COMMISSION.

    Mr. Lloyd George announced in the House of Commons that the Honours Commission would consist of Lord Dunedin (chairman). Lord Denman, Mr. ...

    Article : 70 words
  18. NEARLY COMPLETE.

    The Gargett—Owens Creek railway will be completed within the next week, and will then be opened for traffic. For some years the farmers of Owens Creek ...

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  19. MOTOR AND TRAIN.

    A collision occurred this afternoon between a rail motor and a train on the recently constructed section of the North Coast line, beyond farleigh. ...

    Article : 125 words
  20. WARWICK.

    In connection with the application by the Warwick Town Council for a special train to be run from Warwick to Brisbane on Sunday, Mr. G. P. Barnes, ...

    Article : 333 words
  21. UNIONIST SECRETARY'S LIBEL ACTION.

    Mr. J. H. Thomas, M.P. (secretary of the National Union of Railwaymen, has received the £2000 awarded to him as damages in the libel suit against ...

    Article : 42 words
  22. DEATHS OF BROTHERS.

    The death is announced of Mr. Arthur Brebner, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., at the age of 52. He was a son of the late Mr. J. Brebner, manager of the Nitional ...

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  23. Caldwell's Wines.

    Visitors to the Exhibition next week are cordially invited to locate a "Caldwellwine" stand and partake, at the firm's expense, of a sample glass of these famous ...

    Article : 111 words
  24. PIMPAMA.

    The Cahill-Brooke concert, given in the School of Arts on Friday, was a pronounced success. After the concert refreshments were provided and a dance ...

    Article : 55 words
  25. BOILER BURSTS.

    At Young to-day the bo[?]ler of a steam engine used for driving a chaffcu[?]ing plant burst just before work began, and practically wrecked the building in ...

    Article : 56 words
  26. CREEK-STREET OBSTRUCTION.

    Sir,—Allow me space to express my indignation that so little, care is taken of traffic needs in Creek-stieet It is very dangerous, and two vehicles cannot pass ...

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  27. Dickens Fellowship.

    That many of the women depicted by Dickens in his novels were ignerant and extravagant, fri[?]lous and f[?]tile, but that others were worthy of the highest respect in virtue of their ...

    Article : 306 words
  28. A NEW STEAMER.

    The Commonwealth and Dominion liner Part Auckland had satisfactory trials in Belfast Lough (an inlet in Ireland), travelling at a speed of 12?4 knots. ...

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  29. VESSEL AGROUND.

    A message from Port [?] to-day stated that the Port Macquarie, which loaded 3016 tons of concentrates for Nordengham, a German port, was[?]ing down the ...

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  30. 16 PER CENT. REDUCTION.

    Sir,—As remarked on in your "general news" column of July 31, under the heading of "16 per cent' reduction," the [?]amouflage" tactics of the State Government, ...

    Article : 521 words
  31. INTERNATIONAL CHESS.

    In the third round of the International Chess Congress to-day Emwe beat Watson (Australia), in 30 moves. ...

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  32. DIVORCE CASE.

    Before 9 o'clock this morning a crowd of people had found their way into the Civil Court, where for weeks past the Bickford divorce case has been in ...

    Article : 328 words
  33. WEATHER TELEGRAMS.

    Fresh instructions were received to-day respecting weather reports, and under them a large number of country stutions will again be ex[?]ised from the list. The ...

    Article : 77 words
  34. RAILWAY SCHEME.

    During the week there has been a discussion between the Prime Minister (Mr. Hyghes) and the State Minister [?] Labour and Industry[?] (Mr [?]) of the scheme to connect Port ...

    Article : 98 words
  35. RETIREMENT OF MAJOR FORSYTH.

    Referring to-day to the retiremint from the Australian military forces of Major-General J. K. Forsyth, formerly Quarter[?] master-General, and one of the three, ...

    Article : 83 words
  36. ROCKHAMPTON.

    The annual report of the Rockhampton branch of the Ambulance Brigade, adopted at a meeting on Monday night, foreibly illustrated the progress in this ...

    Article : 186 words
  37. FATALITY AT HAMPDEN.

    An accident, resulting in the death of Hans Peter Jensen (single, aged 41 years), occurred at Hampden, on the North Coast line construction works, yesterday ...

    Article : 92 words
  38. WHEAT SILOS.

    A conference, adjourned from last Friday, was hold at the Agricultural Department to-day to discuss plans for the management of the wheat silos during the ...

    Article : 214 words
  39. Advertising

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  40. CATTLE FOR THE EXHIBITION.

    A special train left here this morning with eight trucks of cattle, mostly Illawarr[?] and Fresians, for the Brisbane Show The following exhibtors were ...

    Article : 50 words
  41. New Electric Board.

    An order in Council was issued yesterday including the town of Wyunum in the area of the [?] Coorpa[?] Electrec Supply Board. The reconstituted authority ...

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  42. Reserves for Schools.

    The following areas have been proclaimed reserves for State school purposes:—At Darr Creek, parish of Jing[?] Jing[?] area 4 a. 3 r 39. p.: at Merawa, ...

    Article : 146 words
  43. Band Recital in Wickham Park.

    The bandmaster of the Brisbane Municipal Band has arranged with Mr. Humphrey Bishop to take with him to Wickham Park on Sunday evening a number ...

    Article : 142 words
  44. Public Works.

    The Department of Public Works has been authorised to carry out works as follows:—External painting, University of Queensland, Brisbane, £435; erection of ...

    Article : 52 words
  45. CHILDERS.

    The first annual meeting of the Isis District Centre, Q.A.T.B., was held on Thursday, the president (Mr. H. A. B. Crow) in the chair. The following ...

    Article : 332 words
  46. Motor Car Fire.

    While searching last night for the cause of an escape of petrol from his motor car, which was underneath his new house in Gore-street. Albion, Mr. Ernest Ingold, a master builder, accidentally ...

    Article : 97 words
  47. Rechabite Musical Festival.

    The Metropolitan Juvenile Superintendents' Association of the Independent Order of Rechabites is arranging to hold the fifth annual musical festival next ...

    Article : 42 words
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