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  2. "TEN DAYS TO GO."

    "The two months axe not yet up. There are ten days to go," remarked the Minister for Mines (Mr. Jones), when reminded yesterday that two months ...

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  3. CRUEL AND INEFFICIENT.

    "Their general policy is as cruel, and their conduct of business every whit as inefficient, as it had been said to me. My own intimate experience of the ...

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  4. THE NAVY.

    It was stated in naval circles to-night that the Federal Ministry, acting against the advice of its naval experts, intended to reduce the strength of the Australian, ...

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  5. COUNTRY CENTRES.

    Henry Gee, a resident of Frederickstraet, East Ipswich, was crossing Brisbane-street last evening, when he was knocked, down by a motor car and ...

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  6. GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.

    Consideration in committee of the Bill to reduce members salaries from £675 to £600 Was resumed in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly this evening, ...

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  7. COAL FREIGHTS.

    Redactions have been made by certain shipping companies in coal freights from Newcastle, and a special reduction has also been granted for the carriage of ...

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  8. FEDERAL REDISTRIBUTION.

    Federal members in Sydney believe that the Prime Minister will virtually shelve the proposals made by the Commissioners in all States for a ...

    Article : 92 words
  9. MURWILLUMBAH.

    Gangs of men, under instructions from the Postmaster-General's Department, are actively engaged in laying underground cableB in the principal towns ...

    Article : 56 words
  10. ENTERTAINMENTS.

    CREMORNE.—Town Topics. EMPIRE.—Variad Programms. EXHIBITION HALL (Next Saturday).— Cambrian Choir Concert. ...

    Article : 66 words
  11. Advertising

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  12. MR. FRY CORRECTS MR. JONES.

    "I notice that the Minister for Mines (Mr. Jones) states that the two months have not yet expired for the fulfilment of his remarkable prophecy regarding ...

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  13. THE JOY OF WORK.

    A short time ago (writes the medical correspondent of the "Times") Captain Elliot, M.P., recalled the fact that during the period of his war service he rarely ...

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  14. TOOWOOMBA.

    Mr. S. G. Priest, of Toowoomba, left by yesterday's mail train en route to Adelaide, where, as one of Queensland's representatives of the Federated ...

    Article : 141 words
  15. Hammond-Frost Recital.

    The box plan for the Hammond-Frostrecital will be opened to-day, at 10 a.m., at Paling's. "The Sheik." ...

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  16. DAIRY INDUSTRY.

    Week follows week without rain in the North Coast district of New South Wales, milking cows are reported to be dying off, and the farmers are faced ...

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  17. ALLEGED FORGED NOTES.

    One hundred and twelve forged £5 notes were exhibited in the Criminal Court this morning, when Ernest Dawe, a young man, of Boulder, was charged, ...

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  18. LAND COURT.

    The Land Court, presided over in Mr. H. F. Hardaere has been sitting at Rockhampton for the past week. There were 60 cases dealt with, representing about 1600 square miles of cattle ...

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  19. METROPOLITAN DISTRICTS.

    A number of Sunday school picnics were held there yesterday in splendid weather. The Anglican scholars were entertained in the grounds of St. Francis College, ...

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  20. WARWICK.

    A Ford car was stolen on Monday night from near the C.Y.M.S. Hall, and the owner, on discovering his loss, reported the matter to the police. The missing car, ...

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  21. BRISBANE SWIMMERS AT CAIRNS.

    A happy party of Brisbane swimmers and swimming enthusiasts arrived in Cairns on Tuesday, and they were welcomed by Mr. R. Le Bas (president of ...

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  22. MAY DAY.

    May Day here was quiet. Shops were closed, and no vehicles plied, and no newspapers were published. PARIS, May 1. ...

    Article : 165 words
  23. ROCKHAMPTON.

    The annual report of the Rockhampton district H.A.C.B. Society for presentation at the annual meeting to be held in Mackay states that the membership ...

    Article : 169 words
  24. TOTALISATOR RECEIPTS.

    It was announced by the Premier (Sir George Fuller) to-day that the totalisator receipts from the. Easter racing carnival are expected to amount to £34,300, ...

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  25. PRICE OF FOODSTUFFS.

    The Esecutive Council this morning agreed to raise the price of wheat for local consumption from 5/9, which ruled in April, to 5/11 per bushel for ...

    Article : 54 words
  26. MR. DOOLEY'S VIEWS.

    Justifying the retention of the present salary of £875 paid in this State to members of Parliament, the Leader of the State Caucus Party (Mr. Dooley) declares ...

    Article : 159 words
  27. South Brisbane Scottish Association.

    The fortnightly meeting of the Scottish Association was held on Thursday evening. The Chieftain (Mr. Wm. Donald) presided over a record ...

    Article : 193 words
  28. COUNCIL MEETINGS.

    The report of ihe finance committee, adopted at the meeting of the Brisbane City Council yesterday, recommended payment, of accounts amounting to £19,652/12/6. A debit balance ...

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  29. GYMPIE.

    The Progress Association has compiled the following returns for April:—Butter, manufactured. 797,560th for which suppliers were paid £40,587; timber, valued ...

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  30. MOLASSES AS A FERTILISER.

    The bulk of the molasses produced in Mauritius is at present used as a fertiliser, being returned to the land. Of late years increasing attention has been ...

    Article : 145 words
  31. BEENLEIGH.

    A very happy idea was consummated on Monday when the pupils of the Sunday schools in connection with the Church of England, Catholic, Methodist, ...

    Article : 158 words
  32. DENTAL TROUBLES OF THE HORSE.

    It is impossible to dissociate the feeding and digestion of horses from the question of their teeth, as beyond all doubt many animals suffer greatly from dental troubles ...

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  33. WHITEWASH FOR DAIRY BUILDINGS.

    The United States Government formula for whitewashing dairy buildings is as follows: First mix 621b, or 1 bushel quick-lime with 12 gallons water. Then ...

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  34. Kendall's Life and Work.

    "The Life and Work of the Poet Kendall" was the title of an interesting and entertaining lecture delivererd by Mr. A. E. M. Kirwood, M.A., before the ...

    Article : 343 words
  35. BARCALDINE.

    On Eight-hour Day the only local funciton was a picnic excursion to Gerra under the management of Court Friar Tuck Foresters. About half of the ...

    Article : 81 words
  36. Ithaca Council Breeze.

    During the consideration of the engineer's report at the meeting of the Ithaca Town Council, last night, Alderman Eade asked how many of the ...

    Article : 265 words
  37. DRY BRAN FOR HORSES.

    In cases of horses that are easily purged, it is better to give dry bran than warm mash, and good clean bran may, with benefit, always form a portion of the dry ...

    Article : 215 words
  38. BEAUDESERT.

    At the Methodist Church on Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Logan, who are leaving the district, were the recipients of handsomely bound hymn books. The ...

    Article : 134 words
  39. LONGREACH.

    The annual meeting of the Pastoral and Graziers' Association was opened on Monday, when there was a large attendance. The election of officers resulted: ...

    Article : 121 words
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