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    Mar. 23.—WYREEMA 6337 tons, Capt. Jas. Crahl, from Cairns, Passengers: For Brisbane, Mesdames S. Kaffert. Darvall and child, G. NiN, G. M'Kee, ...

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    Advertising : 260 words

    J. BASKS.—We have directed the attention of the Commissioner of Police to your grievance. ...

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 345 words
  6. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 160 words
  7. Snake at a Meeting.

    A somewhat exciting incident occurred during the progress of the meeting of the Jackey Club committee last evening, in Mr. Cory's office (our Longreach ...

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  8. The Coronation Flower.

    The Coronation flower par excellence is going to be the sweet pea (says a London paper). It is curious how the history of the sweet pea has marched with the ...

    Article : 283 words
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    Our cable message to-day describing the rioting in Wales should be read with a remembrance of the action of the British Government in ...

    Article : 570 words
  11. The Brisbane Courier.

    The State Premier reached Charters Towers yesterday, and had a most cordial reception. In the evening he addressed an orderly and attentive meeting in the ...

    Article : 896 words
  12. A Large Groper.

    While fishing this morning in Tingalpa Creek (our Wynnum correspondent advised yesterday) Mr. Bert Port caught a large groper in his net. The fish, which ...

    Article : 65 words
  13. Railway v. Telephons.

    Telephone matters were discussed at the meeting of the Ipswich Chamber of Commerce to-night, and several members detailed their experiences (our Ipswich ...

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    The State Premier, during his visit to Charters Towers to-day, was conveyed to the Waterworks by motor. The Premier was taken over the Burdekin River by ...

    Article : 269 words
  15. Ignorance and Disease.

    "A Victim" writes: Sir,—In common with many other women of Brisbane, I have been interested lately in reading soveral letters in your columns on the ...

    Article : 321 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 143 words

    There are increasing rumours of the probability of a compromise on the veto question materialising. The " Times" says: " Some of the ...

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    For Toowooomba; Mrs. Garvey, Miss Garvey, Mr. Fitzpatrick. For Ipswich: Mrs. Robertson. For Brisbane: Messrs. Williams. Roberts, ...

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  19. The Wolca Extension Proposal.

    A good deal of interest centres in the railway which if is proposed shall branch off the Mt. Perry line at Wolca, near Mt. Perry, and extend through a belt of ...

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  20. Condition of Mr. Thallon.

    It was reported last night that there had been a very slight improvement in the condition of Mr. J. F. Thallon, but he was still in a semi-comatose state. ...

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    All Australian States and New Zealand (via Sydney)—overland, daily 6 a.m. Gladstone and Rockhampton—overland, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 7.45 p.m., Mondays, ...

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  22. Thursday Island Post Office.

    In reference to the paragraph in the " Courier" about the closing of the Thursday Island post office on Friday last, the day on which Mr. Staniforth Smith and ...

    Article : 162 words
  23. Police Uniforms.

    Under the scheme adopted by the Government last year, it was decided to supply the members of the police force with uniforms, and to do this a sum of £8000 ...

    Article : 128 words
  24. The Famine in China.

    Mr. W. Hart (Cambooya) writes: Sir,— In connection with the famine in China, might I venture to suggest that the Premier cable to the authorities in China ...

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    It is often said, and with much truth, that the oversea Dominions are able to give valuable lessons to the motherland in the way of ...

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    Dr. F. W. A. Ponsford has been appointed Government medical officer at Friezland. A H. Gibson has been appointed returning officer for the Barcoo electorate in the room ...

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  27. Militant Suffragettes.

    "M.L.P." writes: Sir,—There will surely be many protests from Australian women, who, far from "approving"—as Miss Vida Goldstein is said to have ...

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  28. Clearing Prickly Pear.

    Under the Local Authorities Act power was given to the Government to see that lands infested with prickly pear are cleared. The Home Secretary has asked ...

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  29. Field Naturalists' Club.

    An enjoyable cenverscazione, under the auspices of the Field Naturalists' Club, was held last evening. There was a good attendance, inclading Mr. H. Tryon (president), Professor S. B. ...

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  30. Aboriginal Stations.

    The Home Secretary (Hon. J. G. Appel) will leave Brisbane on Sunday on a visit to the Burnett district, during which he will pay a visit of inspection to the ...

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  31. Family Notices

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    In the South the apathy of the Labour members of the State Parliaments is made the subject of comment. It is not easy for men who ...

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  33. Dredge for Townsville.

    The Government has granted a loan of £22,374 to the Townsville Harbour Board for the construction of a dredge. ...

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  34. Day Labour on Railways.

    "Contractor" writes: Sir.—In Thursday's "Courier " you published a statement prepared by the Engineer in Chief's Department, Queensland Railways, setting ...

    Article : 347 words
  35. Railway Stations Named.

    The following names have been adopted for stations on the Fineh-Hatton to Eungella Range railway, Mackay district: —At 39 miles 40 chains, Kowan, meaning ...

    Article : 77 words
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