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  2. COUNTRY CENTRES.

    Mr. J. P. Bottomley, the selected National candidate for the electorate of Ipswich, addressed a meeting of the Ipswich branch of the Q.W.E.L. last ...

    Article : 145 words
  3. ANZAC DAY IN LONDON

    There was a large attendance of Australians and New ZeaUsders at the memorial Ben ice held m Saint Clement Danes Church, m the Strand, the congrega ...

    Article : 488 words
  4. JOB CONTROL.

    The Seamen's Union, at a mass meeting held in Sydney to-day, decided to try to impose a system of "job control" on the steamers belonging to the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 302 words
  5. FOR UNIONISTS.

    The Minister for Mines (Mr A. J. Jones) visited Ipswich daring the week end, and speaking last Friday to the men of the Railways Workshops, he said that ...

    Article : 473 words
  6. GETTING UNDER WAY.

    Yesterday's response to the Children's Hospital Appeal gives evidence ot the graauai awakening of public interest in the little sufferers at the institution. One ...

    Article : 410 words
  7. CASTING VOTE DECISION.

    By his casting vote at a meeting of the Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board yesterday, the President (Mr. E. J. T. Manchester) carried a motion that ...

    Article : 815 words
  8. TOOWOOMBA.

    In consequence of the dry spell prices for all lines of produce show a tendency to firm, and advanced prices are quoted for maize and chaff. ...

    Article : 267 words
  9. IMMIGRATION.

    In addressing the annual conference of the Victorian division of the New Settlers' League of Australia, at the Town Hall, the Premier (Mr. Lawson) referred ...

    Article : 540 words
  10. BASIC WAGE.

    Further argument on behalf of both the employers and employees in regard to living costs was heard by the Board of Trade to-day, when it met to review the ...

    Article : 464 words
  11. ENTERTAINMENTS.

    CREMORNE.—" Hello! Brisbane." H.M. THEATRE.—" Babes in the Wood." EMPIRE.—Varied Programme. ELITE THEATRE.—" The Gypsies Ven. ...

    Article : 46 words
  12. GOONDIWINDI SHOW.

    The Goondiwindi Show was continued to-day. [?] EVENTS.—Pony hack, not over 13.2: W. K. Moses 1, J. Kable 2. Ponies—buggy pair, not over 13.2; J. Kable 1, A. Teys 2. Pony ...

    Article : 228 words
  13. CHARGE OF HORSE STEALING.

    In the local court this morning Patrick Duffy was committed for trial on a charge of horse stealing. ...

    Article : 25 words
  14. THE EMPIRE.

    The Austiahan and New Zealand Luncheon Club entertained Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson at the Hotel Ce[?]il General Sir lan Hamilton, Lord Novar, and Sir ...

    Article : 528 words
  15. John Burke Ltd.'s Employees' Picnic.

    The annual picnic of the employees of John Burke, Limited, took place on Monday, Mr. J. E Burke (the firm's managing director) having very generously ...

    Article : 555 words
  16. ROYAL AUTOMOBILE CLUB'S BUN

    The Royal Automobile Chili of Queens-land has organised a trip to Dalby for the next week end. Over 15 car owners have agreed to participate, and it is ...

    Article : 168 words
  17. MEMORIAL HALL OPENED.

    Perfect weather prevailed on Anzac Day for the opening of the Memorial Hall, which was witnessed by a very large gathering of residents of Elimbah and ...

    Article : 200 words
  18. KINGAROY.

    The Kingaroy A., P., and H. Society had the unfortunate experience to-day of commencing its sevententh annual show in most trying weather conditions. The whole ...

    Article : 1,465 words
  19. COUNCIL MEETINGS.

    Consideration was given by the Brisbane City Council yesterday of its new draft by-laws dealing with the storage of nitro-cellulose picture films and petrol, and the regulation of sport in public ...

    Article : 749 words
  20. ENGINEERS' APPEAL.

    A possible additional outlay by the Railway Commissioners of £60,000 a year in wages, distributed among 1500 railway engineers of the different grades who are members of the ...

    Article : 161 words
  21. SOLDIERS AND FREEDOM.

    Sir,—Anzac Day has come and gone and the question must have entered the minds of those who witnessed the procession through Market Square yesterday.—whether ...

    Article : 433 words
  22. ALLEGED MURDER.

    The discovery of the body of Mountford Cook in the bush near Clifford-street, Gordon, on March 27, formed the subject of au inquiry by the Acting City Coroner ...

    Article : 298 words
  23. WORKING WELL.

    Praising the system of an exchange of detectives between New South Wales and Victoria, the Inspector of Police (Mr. Mitchell) said to-day that the ...

    Article : 57 words
  24. BLOOD STOCK SALES.

    At the Newmarket yards (Randwick) this afternoon Messrs. Wm. Inglis and Son submitted a catalogue of brood mares, stallions, untried stock, and racehorses in training. There was ...

    Article : 290 words
  25. TAXATION APPEALS.

    At an early date the Federal Treasurer (Mr. Bruce) will announce the appointment of an appeal board, which was re commended in the first report of the ...

    Article : 140 words
  26. A Stanley-street Proposal.

    At the meeting of the South Brisbane City Council yesterday, Alderman G. W. Bennett moved,—"That the city engineer be requested to prepare and furnish (1) ...

    Article : 381 words
  27. SERVICES IN QUEENSLAND.

    A well attended service was held in the Yeronga Hall on Anzac Day, when many beautiful wreaths were presented, among them being a handsome floral tribute ...

    Article : 1,031 words
  28. CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP.

    In the chess championship Watson beat Davies, Jones beat Ealing, Viner beat Wallace, Boyce beat Morris, Gundersen beat Ingledew, Simmons and Ansaldo had ...

    Article : 73 words
  29. Public Service Boards.

    The ballot held by the Public Service General Officers' Association of Queens-land, for the election of a representative on the Inquiry Board, and for the ...

    Article : 181 words
  30. "Up! De Valera and the Irish Republic."

    "In memory of our martyred dead and the sixth anniversary of Easter Week, 1916," was the declared object of a co[?]cert held in the Elite Theatre last night under the auspices of ...

    Article : 243 words
  31. TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 38 words
  32. WREATHS INTERFERED WITH.

    The discovery was made this morning that the wreaths placed on the Western Suburbs m[?]ment, in Burnett-street, on Anzac Day, had been interfered with. The ...

    Article : 84 words
  33. Advertising

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    Advertising : 118 words
  34. VESTEY BROS. PASTORAL PROPERTIES.

    Sir Philip Proctor, a member of "the london directorate of Vestey Bros., and Mr. C. W. D Conibber, managing director of the Darwin meat works, went up country by this morning's train ...

    Article : 80 words
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