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  2. SPORTING.

    Owners and trainers are reminded that nominations for the military meeting in connection with the visit of the English troops, to be held under the auspices of ...

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  5. QUEENSLAND MACHERS' UNION.

    The delegates to the annual conference of the Queensland Teachers' Union resumed their labours yesterday, under the presidency of Mr. C. Robertson. ...

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  6. IPSWECH AMATEUR TURF CLUB.

    The following are the weights for next Saturday's meeting:- TRIAL HANDICAP, 5 Furlongs.—Caloola, 9st.; The Grafter, 8st. 101b.; Ensign, 8st. ...

    Article : 168 words
  7. HIGH STAKES.

    It was late afternoon when Drexel paused before the ancient tenement where Franz Hauser and his motherless lame girl lived, in the two little rooms, kept tidy, and ...

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  8. AQUATICS.

    The Brisbane Dingey Club have received the following entries for their championship and test races for 14 and 10 footers, to be held in the Hamilton and Lytton ...

    Article : 151 words
  9. RECENT ROYAL COMMISSIONS.

    The return asked for by Mr. Jenkinson in the Legislative Assembly to show the cost of recent Royal Commissions has now been issued by the Government Printing Office, ...

    Article : 660 words
  10. SWIMMING.

    The Spring Hill Baths were crowded last night, when the N.B.H. Swimming Club held a 75 yar[?] open handicap. The baths were nicely decorated with greencry, the work of manager, Mr. J. ...

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  11. SOUTHPORT FISHERIES AND OYSTER BEDS.

    Sir,—May I venture to trespass upon valuable space for the purpose of ventilating two matters, which are not without interest for the inhabitants of Brisbane, and ...

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  12. "WHEN HE FEELS OFF COLOUR."

    It would, no doubt, have been wise in Mr. D. Lanham to take a complete rest on Sundays, anyway, but all the more so under the circumstances he mentions. ...

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  13. CHAMPIONSHIP TEST RACES.

    Test races for the selection of Queensland representatives for the forthcoming inter-State championship carnival at Melbourne will take place tonight at the Spring Hill Baths. The distances ...

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  14. NORTH COAST TRAINS.

    Sir,—I notice with regret the Railway Department have been "got at again." The tram now leaving Caboolture at 6.55 a.m. will leave at 6.25 a.m.—half-an-hour ...

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  15. THE ORIENT IN THE BRISBANE RIVER.

    Sir,—Several correspondents, have shown in your columns how desirable it is that the steamer Britannic, on arrival, should be brought up the river; and I would like ...

    Article : 163 words
  16. BRISBANE JOCKEY CLUB.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 259 words
  17. MANLY TRAIN GRIEVANCE.

    "Wyanum" writes:—"Together with many other Wymun season ticket holders, I was delighted to read the remarkds in your 'Wyn[?] and Manly Notes' in this (Monday) morning's Courier' ...

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