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  2. CASINO DISTRICT.

    At a largely-attended meeting, convened by the municipal sanitary inspector (Mr. M. Kelly), to consider the advisability of forming a Health ...

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  4. THE GULF COUNTRY

    Sir,—In your issue of the 10th inst., I notice that the Premier and party were not visiting Burketown. Now, having spent the best part of two years in the ...

    Article : 356 words
  5. DENSE IGNORANCE OR WILFUL MISREPRESENTATION, WHICH?

    Sir,—After carefully considering the recent statement of Mr. Finlayson, about kind in Queensland available for settlement, I have come to the conclusion that, ...

    Article : 697 words
  6. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir,—In relation to Mr. Hanify's letter, the first part does not concern me, only to say that his insinuation that I am in collusion with the other two ...

    Article : 411 words
  7. LISMORE DISTRICT

    The death is announced of Mr. William C. Renwick, an esteemed resident of Lismore for a quarter of a century. The funeral on ...

    Article : 299 words
  8. THE MENACE OF MARGARINE.

    Sir,—In this morning's "Courier," under the heading of "The Menace of Margarine," appears a report of a meeting of butter exporters held in Sydney on ...

    Article : 859 words
  9. THAT 50,000.

    Sir,—It gives me pleasure to reply to Mr. Murray Fraser again, but I must try to be short, as I know you want all your space for practical politics now and can ...

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  10. SAVINGS BANK DEPOSITS.

    Sir,—Perhaps you will allow me a brief reply to your footnote to my letter in our issue of 7th instant. I am not, as you suggest, unfamiliar with the details ...

    Article : 782 words
  11. BELOW THE RANGE.

    A number of townspeople and fellowemployees of Mr. H. M'Arthur met at the residence of Mr. E. Duel to bid farewell to Mr. M'Arthur, who ...

    Article : 2,924 words
  12. TEMPERANCE AND POLITICS.

    Sir,—Please allow me space for comment on a letter which appeals in this morning's "Courier" from Mr. PageHanify, G.C.T. The writer's statements ...

    Article : 459 words
  13. THE VALUE OF COMMONWEALTH NOTES.

    Sir,—Mr. Fisher's opening speech at Gympie three years ago and his opening speech at Maryborough this campaign were remarkable for the facility with ...

    Article : 495 words
  14. PROSECUTORS AT POLICE COURTS.

    Sir,—Referring to "Accelerator's" views on the above question, as published in your issue of this date, I take the liberty of pointing out to that gentleman that the ...

    Article : 741 words
  15. SOUTH SIDE WANTS.

    Sir,—The above are numerous: please afford me a little space to state two of them. 1. We want a general hospital for ...

    Article : 381 words
  16. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir,—In my last letter I wrote: "The State control party—a movement. I understand, initiated by the late Mr. Reid, the secretary of the Alliance." The Rev. ...

    Article : 454 words
  17. ROAD MAKERS.

    Sir,—It is a generally accepted fact that the ancient Romans were the greatest road makers the world has ever [?]een. Roads made by them while ...

    Article : 436 words
  18. DEMOCRACY VERSUS SOCIALISM.

    Sir,—Among the many nomadic tribes of old there was a large degree of personal liberty, a sturdy self-reliance and individualism, and a chivalry and love of ...

    Article : 972 words
  19. REINFORCED CONCRETE.

    Sir,—We feel bound to say a few words re "Compo's" last letter, because his remarks may possibly mislead some of your readers. Good ...

    Article : 385 words
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  23. Ithaca Progress Association.

    The monthly meeting of the Ithaca Progr[?] Association was held in St. Barnabas' Hall last Thursday evening. Mr. J. T. Byron (president) occupied the chair. Correspondence was received ...

    Article : 151 words
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