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  6. WICKHAM-TERRACE CHURCH.

    A further special meeting of the congregation of the Wickham-terrace Presbyterian Church was held in the church last evening, the (Rev. W. Sweyn Macqueen ...

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  7. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

    Mr. Pollard's company gave a very bright presentation of "The French Maid" at His Majesty's Theatre last night. The bright music serves to make into "musical ...

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  8. IPSWICH AND WEST MORETON.

    Last night at Goleby'e Hall, Mr. D. T. Keogh, M.L.A., presided over what, so far, has been the largest meeting of shopkeepers of Ipswich and the vicinity. ...

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  9. SENATORIAL ELECTIONS.

    The official announcement by the returning officer of the results of the polling in Connection with the recent Senatorial elections attracted a crowd of some 200 or more ...

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  10. VITAL STATISTICS.

    Mr. M. M'Dermott, the registrar, furnishes the following figures for the month ending yesterday:—Ipswich district: Births—males 31, females 15; ...

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  11. ST. PAUL'S Y.M. SOCIETY.

    The weekly meeting of St. Paul's Y.M. Society was held in the parochial hall last night, when the rector, the Rev. W. Charles Pritchard, B.D., presided. There was a ...

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  12. LIFE AT THURSDAY ISLAND.

    The Government Resident at Thursday Island (the Hon. John Douglas) was in Brisbane yesterday, on his way to Melbourne, and in the course of a ...

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  13. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    A startling railway mishap occurred at the Napier Railway Station to-day. A train consisting of two trucks and a van, drawn 'by an engine with the tender first, ...

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  14. CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY.

    The weekly meeting of the Catholic Young Men's Society was held in St. Patrick's Hall on Monday night, when the Rev. N. Ryan presided. A most ...

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  15. SHOOTING ACCIDENT.

    A young man named William Mudie, whilst in the act of extracting a cartridge from a rifle at Gilgandra to-day, was shot through the foot by the ballet. ...

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  16. A DISPUTED NECKLACE.

    At the Central Police Court to-day. Constable Thompson, who Impounded the necklet which recently formed the subject of police court proceedings between Arthur ...

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  17. PERSONAL.

    This morning Mr. D. T, Keogh, M.L.A., left for Melbourne to attend the ceremonies about to be celebiated in honour of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York. ...

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  18. WOMAN'S WORLD.

    Owing to illness in the family, Mr. Lewis A. Beruaya and Miss Bernays have given up their projected visit to Melbourne. Mr. Arnott and Mrs. Arnott (nee Griffith) have ...

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  19. THE GEORGE T. HAY.

    Among the arrivals at Sydney to-day was the ship George T. Hay, which rode out the recent terrific gale on the Victorian coast while anchored in a dangerous ...

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  20. IPSWICH AMATEUR BICYCLE CLUB.

    A general meeting of the members of the Ipswich Amateur Bicycle Club was held in Mr. R. Wilson's rooms last night. Mr. J. N. Farlane (president) acted as ...

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  21. FIJI SOLDIERS FOR MELBOURNE.

    The steamer Manapouri arrived from the South Sea Islands to-night, having on board a detachment of Fijian soldiers, who are to attend the Federal festivities in ...

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  22. I ILL-TREATING A CHILD.

    At the Water Police Court to-day, a man named Sydney Priday was fined £20, or four months in gaol, for ill-treating his child, eighteen months old. ...

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  23. THE CRUISER BROOKLYN.

    The United States cruiser Brooklyn left for Molbourne this morning. ...

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  24. IPSWICH PRODUCE REPORT.

    Business has been very active in retail circles to-day- Maize is arriving steadily, with no alteration in value. Lucerne chaff is coming forward in large quantities, but ...

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  25. HARBOUR COLLISIONS.

    As a result of the inquiry by tho Marine Court into the cause of the recent collision in Sydmey Harbour between the ferry steamer Leichhardt and the sailing boat ...

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  26. THE CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW.

    In addition to the non-competitive exhibits already mentioned, the following added much to the attractiveness of the show:—The Municipal Council of ...

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  27. THE WEATHER AT OMEGA COTTAGE.

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  28. INTER-COLLEGE ROWING CONTEST.

    The annual four-oar. contest between crews representing the Colleges of St. Paul's, St. Andrews, and St. John's was rowed this afternoon on the Lane Cove ...

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  32. BRISBANE LITERARY CIRCLE.

    The Brisbane Literary Circle opens its session for 1901 this evening, with a lecture by Mr. Shirley, on "China," in addition to papers by Mr. Roe, Mr. Innes-Noad, Mr. Byram, und Mr. G. W. ...

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  34. SUICIDE AT EINASLEIGH.

    A report has been received by the Home Department from Constable Hensen, stationed at Einasleigh, wiring from Junction Creek, that a man named Robert Green ...

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  35. THE VALIDATING PROCLAMATION.

    Owing to the necessity of postponing the taking of the poll in the recent Federal elections, ao far as several places were concerned, it became necessary to Issue ...

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  36. Family Notices

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