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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 146 words
  3. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

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  4. DEATH OF SIR A. C. GEEGORY.

    Sir Augustus Challes Gregory, K.C.M.G., M.L.C., pioneer, explorer, and legislator, and one of the outstanding figures in the early history of the Australian continent, ...

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  5. MURDERS BY WEST AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINALS.

    A telegram received in Perth from the constable at Peak Hill announced the arrest of three aboriginals on the charge of the murder of whites, and another escaped. ...

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  6. DROWNED AT SEA.

    Our Townsville correspondent wired last night:—A steerage passenger named Wilson jumped overboard from the Lass o' Gowrie, bound for Cairns, on Friday ...

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  7. ROYAL SOCIETY.

    A meeting of the Royal Society was held at the Techinical College on Saturday night Mr. J. B. Henderson, president of the society, occupying the chair. Messrs. ...

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  8. SUMMARY OF NEWS.

    Fine weather was experienced in Brisbane on Saturday and Sunday. The Premier, referring to the question of the carriage of coal to Charters Towers, ...

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  9. Advertising

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  10. THE DEFENCE OF INDIA.

    There will be a general regret at the friction which has arisen between the brilliant Viceroy of India and the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian army. ...

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  11. Family Notices

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  12. Advertising

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  13. DISTRICT SOCIETIES AT THE NATIONAL SHOW.

    The following entiles were received on Saturday by the acting secretary of the National Agricultural Association for the distinct societies' competition at Bowen ...

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  14. EXPLORATORY WORK.

    The exploratory worl of Sir A. C. Gregory in North Australia originated with the council of the Royal Geographical Society. The expedition was projected under ...

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  15. SCHNAPPER FISHING

    A party of post and telegraph employees, organised by Mr. Watson, manager of the Brisbane Telephone Exchange, left Brisbane on Saturday night in the steamer ...

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  16. Family Notices

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  17. TODAY, JUNE 26.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 140 words
  18. Advertising

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  19. TWICE CAPSIZED.

    Our Wynnum correspondent write:— On Wednesday last the fishing boat Waratah, manned by Messrs. A. Clarke, E. Masters, and B. Davey, together with the ...

    Article : 211 words
  20. PREFERENTIAL RATES ON COAL.

    In reference to the statement by Mr. Wareham on the carriage of coal to Charters Towers, the Premier pointed out on Saturday that this was a matter ...

    Article : 131 words
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  22. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS.

    Australian States and New Zealand (overland). —Daily, Saturdays excepted, at 6 a.m. Monte Video, Buenos Ayres, Rio Janeiro, and Chili (via New Zealand).—Fridays, at 6 a.m. ...

    Article : 138 words
  23. VISIT OF MR. ATLEE HUNT.

    Mr. Atlee Hunt, Secretary of the Department of External Affairs, has arrived in Brisbane on his way to Thursday Island and British New Guinea. The primary ...

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  24. The Brisbane Courier.

    Another link with the past has been broken in the decease of Sir Augustus Charles Gregory, M.L.C. Por very many years his name has been a ...

    Article : 668 words
  25. ADVERTISING QUEENSLAND TIMBERS.

    Since 1st April last the Forestry Branch of the Lands Department has forwarded 168 cards of cabinet woods, 20 sleeper cards, and 24 cards of samples of ...

    Article : 62 words
  26. INTERSTATE.

    For Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide.—On Friday at 11.15 p.m.; also on Saturday, at 8.45 a.m. ...

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  27. FOR THE EAST.

    For Thursday Island. Port Darwin, Manila, Honglong. Japan, Singapore, and Batavia.—To-day. ...

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  28. FOR NEW ZEALAND.

    For Auckland,—To-day, at 6 a.m. For Dunedin,—To-day, at 6 a.m. ...

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  29. BRISBANE TECHINICAL COLLEGE.

    Mr. Brennan, Public Service Inspector, has replied, in a lengthy report, to the criticism of the council of the Brisbane Technical College on his previous report on ...

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  30. ENGLISH MAILS.

    Orient steamer, 30th June. P. and O. steamer, 6th July. French backet, 19th July. German packet, 7th July. ...

    Article : 208 words
  31. RIFLE ACCIDENT AT ROCKHAMPTON.

    Our Rockhampton correspondent telegraphed last night:—An unfortunate accident happened at the rifle range, North Rockhampton, on Saturday afteraoon. A ...

    Article : 323 words
  32. THE REIGN OF TERRORISM.

    The question whether reform in Russia is to be effected by evolution or revolution is being decided in favour of methods of barbarism. The internal ...

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  33. A MANGROVE BARK CASE.

    By dint of sitting from 10.30 in the mornin till about 4.30 in the afternoon on Saturday Mr. Justice Real finished the mangrove bar[?] case—Rumney v. Croaker—and ...

    Article : 269 words
  34. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The information received by the steamer Induna has thrown little additional light on the tragedy at Epi, in the New Hebrides, when Henry Trumble met his death. ...

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  35. MASONIC CAREER.

    The following account of the Masonic career of the late Sir Augustus Charles Gregory is from an official source:- He first saw Masonic light in 1855, in ...

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  36. THE GERMAN COALING BASE.

    The news that the extensive works at Simpson s Hafen, which have been in progress for upwards of two years, are now nearing, completion was brought to Sydney ...

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  37. NEW ZEALAND.

    A heavy gale with rain has prevailed from Wellington southward to Canterbury Torrential rains fell, and produced high floods at Greymouth. The business part of ...

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  38. SOUTH BRISBANE POLICE COURT.

    In the South Brisbane Police Court on Friday, before Mr. H. T. Macfarlane, P.M., Alfred Flemming, charged with stealing at Oxley, on 14th instant, a portmanteau containing goods, valued ...

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  39. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    From the advices received by the Treasurer it appears that in all the districts, north and south, from which he has received communications, plenty of labour is ...

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  40. OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS.

    The following have been appointed members of State school committees:— Amby: N. G. Hughes and J. Lewis. Danderoo: J. Coll and S. E. Pullen. Eagle Junction: ...

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  41. UNITED STATES ARMY VISITORS.

    Lieutenant-Colonel Smith, Deputy Commissary-General, and Captain Bottoms, of the U.S.A. Army in the Philippines, who have been on a visit to Brisbane, left on ...

    Article : 227 words
  42. PORTRAIT OF GENERAL BOOTH.

    From Mr. P. C. Poulsen we have received a copy of a very fine panel portrait of General1 Booth, taken during the recent visit of the Salvation Army founder to ...

    Article : 119 words
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