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  6. THE INDIAN TROOPS.

    In regard to the question whether the Indian troops now in Sydney, of whom Colonel Peyton is in command, would visit Brisbane in conjunction with the visit of ...

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  7. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir,—Everything should be done to make the visit of the Imperial troops as pleasant as possible. Also, no stone should be left unturned to make the spectators' view as ...

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  8. IPSWICH AND WEST MORETON.

    The following are the completed results of the recent Technical College examination:- Blackboard Drawing.—Margaret E. ...

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  9. JOINT EPIDEMIC BOARD.

    A meeting of the Joint Epidemic Board was held this afternoon, when there were present—the president Alderman R. Tallon, Mayor of Ipswich), Messrs. J. Pickard, H. ...

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  10. ON ACTIVE SERVICE.

    The welcome extended on Tuesday night to Lieutenant-colonel Hutchison was enthusiastic enough and sincere enough to gladden the heart, of any man returning ...

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  11. QUEENSLAND.

    I fully expected that I should have beeu able to report a heavy rainfall, but fate has decreed otherwise. It was very threatening on Monday and Tuesday evening, but [?]chow the dense ...

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  12. WYNNUM AND MANLY NEWS.

    At the Wynnum Board meeting last night, the Chairman made allusion to the severe illness of their member, Sir James Dickson, and thought a letter of sympathy should he written to the ...

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  13. WOMAN'S WORLD.

    Mrs.Leeper and Mrs. Cyrus Williams, wi[?] their brother, Mr. Power Dickson, left for Sydney by yesterday's mail train, owing to the serious i[?]ness of their father. Miss Dickson has been in ...

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  14. THE LOCAL FORCES.

    On the morning of the 16th instant, when the Imperial troops arrive in their steamers, they will be brought up the river in the Government yachts, and [?]anded in ...

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  16. PRESBYTERY OF BRISBANE.

    The usual monthly meeting of the Presb[?] tery of Brisbane was held on Tuesday, the Rev. W. S. Macqueen presiding. The other members present were—the Revs. Allan, ...

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  17. VISIT OF IMPERIAL TROOPS.

    A meeting of the committee appointed to make arrangements for the reception of the Imperial troops was held at the Town Hall yesterday, there being present ...

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