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  2. COUNTRY, CENTRES. IPSWICH.

    Notices were posted in the various sections of the railway workshops at North Ipswich on Friday afternoon calling for applications from mechanics to ...

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  3. MOUNT GRAVATT, SHOW.

    The beautiful weather and record ring events it the Mount Gravatt show attracted a crowd of nearly 1000 persons on Saturday afternoon A prominent feature ...

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  4. WHITE AUSTRALIA.

    Industrial questions and the [?] Australia policy were the pnincipal matters dealt with by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) in a speech which he delivered ...

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  5. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir,—In your issue of 10th inst, a brief report of my speech at Townsville appeared, stating that I advocated Federal salaries to be reduced, commencing with ...

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  6. PALMWOODS.

    Under the auspices of the Palmwoods Gordon Club, Mr. Dowd, of Nambour, visited the Memorial Hall on Thursday and gave a lecture on "Health," and a ...

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  7. QUESTIONS OF DEFENCE.

    Sir,—In your issue of the 12th inst. I notice a reply by Hector Munro, Authorised Surveyor, to my letter published July 1. Looking up a Queensland ...

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  8. SOUTHPORT.

    A fishing competition, to decide the holding of the Lee trophy, was held at Southport on Sunday. The conditions were "go as you please," ten members ...

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  9. REDCLIFFE.

    A send-off was tendered to Miss Elsie Nicol, who was organist for the Congregational Church here, and has left for New South Wales. Afternoon tea ...

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  10. WOODY POINT.

    The annual meeting of the Woody Point Memorial School of Arts was held in the Memorial Hall on Thursday. The expenditure for the 12 months ...

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  11. PROPOSED T. J. RYAN STATUE.

    Sir,—I strongly endorse "Loyalist" in what he say about T. J. Ryan's statue. "Why" put it in the Queen's gardens? The front of the Trades Hall wold be ...

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  12. BALLANDEAN.

    The rain which has fallen at intervals during the last few weeks has enabled orchardists to make good progress with their cultivating. Several ...

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  13. TOOWOOMBA.

    Two teams from the Toowoomba Polo Club played a practice game at Westbrook on Saturday. Mr. Hector M'Phie (secretary of the Queensland Polo ...

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  14. PRICKLY PEAR PEST.

    Sir,—I am pleased to notice the Cabinet has decided to adopt the Buffer Area Scheme, so ably advocated by Mr. Herbert Yeares in his speech at Muckadilla ...

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  15. MOUNT COTTON.

    Mr. Wuth (secretary of the Beonleigh Show Society) addressed, a number of fruit growers here on Friday night, on matters pertaining to the organisation ...

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  16. UNDULLA CREEK.

    At a public welcome after their marriage at Brisbane, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moloney, of Brigalow Creek, were presented by the residents with a set of ...

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  17. "YERONGA PARK SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL."

    Sir,—Being fairly well-familiar with monuments and epitaphs in honour of the dead, I do not think that I ever came across a more remarkable memorial than ...

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  18. BUILDING MATTERS.

    Sir.—May I be permitted, as a layman, to offer a few comments on building matters referred to in a recent issue of the "Courier" First, re the new Town ...

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  19. CLIFTON.

    Air. E. M. Maloney presided over the annual meeting of the Clifton Jockey Club. The report was very satisfactory and the balance-sheet showed a credit ...

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  20. ROSEWOOD.

    Mr. W. F. R. Boyce (organising secretary of the P.P.U.) addressed a meeting in the Farmers' Hall on Thursday' night. Mr. H. M. Stevens occupied the ...

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  21. DALBY.

    Gilbert Bresch, aged 4 years, residing at Duleen, was kicked by a horse on Tuesday while playing in, the yard, and received a fractured left thigh. ...

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  22. MARYBOROUGH.

    At a meeting of the Maryborough Ministers' Fraternal on Tuesday a welcome was extended to the Rev. B. Frederick. It was decided to conduct ...

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  23. ROCKHAMPTON.

    James Armour, aged 72, is alleged to have cut his throat on the camping reserve, North Rockhampton, on Saturday, Armour had only come out of the ...

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  24. IMBIL.

    At the meeting of the Mary Valley P., A., and I. Association the business included the arranging of special trains for show days, September 14 and 15, ...

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  25. DESECRATION OF OUR PARKS.

    Sir,—I would like to add my protest against the contemplated outrage; I cannot see that a small section of the community has any right to erect an idol ...

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  26. ROMA.

    At the half-yearly meeting of the Roma branch of the H.A.C.B.S. the following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing half-year:—President, Bro. ...

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  27. LAIDLEY.

    The Lockyer General Hospital Committee met on Saturday, Mr. A. E. Maher presiding. The trustees advised that they offered no objection to the ...

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  28. BRISBANE SEWERAGE SCHEME.

    Sir,—The report of Colonel P. N. Longley and your recent leader on our belated sewerage installation lets some light on the subject, but I doubt if many people ...

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  29. PERSIAN AFFAIRS. QUESTION OF OIL CONCESSION.

    Through the energetic measures of the Minister for War, the Persian Government has succeeded in restoring order along the country's chief ...

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  30. BRITISH POLITICS. LORD ROBERT CECIL'S VIEW.

    Lord Robert Cecil, addressing a Liberal meeting, said his presence did not mean any break from his past opinions, but involved a declaration that public interest ...

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  31. MITCHELL.

    At the annual general meeting of the Mitchell Chamber of Commerce the election of officers for the ensuing year resulted:—President, Mr. Dalton; ...

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  32. GOONDIWINDI.

    The president (Mr, F. W. Power) occupied the chair at the annual meeting of subscribers to the School of Arts. The following officers were elected:— ...

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  33. HUGHENDEN.

    The Returned Soldiers' and Sailors' Club is to be reopened the first week in August. This building cost £2000, and was presented as a gift to soldiers by ...

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  34. TENTERFIELD.

    The report presented to the annual meeting of the Jockey Club disclosed a loss of £100 on the year's work. It was suggested as the cause that the club ...

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  35. RUSSELL DIVORCE CASE.

    The hearing of the case in which the Hon. John Hugo Russell, eldest son and heir of Lord Ampthill, and a lieutenant in the Royal Navy, is suing for ...

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  36. PROPOSED SOUTHPORT BRIDGE.

    Sir,—Will you kindly allow me space in your columns to express my opinion on the proposed site of the new budge at Southport. I have lived on the Nerang ...

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  37. STEAMER IN TROUBLE.

    The steamer Waiteamata, belonging to the Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand, [?] ing between Canada and New Zealand, was towed to Victoria, British Columbia, ...

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  38. BEAUDESERT.

    A successful euchre party and dance was held in the Technical Hall on Monday evening in aid of the hospital ball funds. The prize winners were:— ...

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  39. LOWOOD.

    Mr. S. Glass, representing the Moreton Central 'Sugar Mill Co., visited Lowood on Friday to urge upon the farmers the advisability of growing sugar ...

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  40. BUNDABERG.

    The delegates who attended the Grocers' Conference in Brisbane during the week arrived in Bundaberg on Friday evening, and yesterday, accompanied by ...

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  41. LISMORE.

    A "Queen of the School" competition has been inaugurated in connection with Lismore High School, to raise funds for the improvement of the school ...

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  42. SUNDAY, GAMES IN PARKS.

    The Wealeyan Conference has passed a resolution unanimously protesting against the recent decision of the London County Council so allow Sunday games in ...

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  43. Advertising

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  44. ISIS.

    The annual meeting of the Isis Chamber of Commerce was held at the secretary's office, the president (Mr. D. C. Pettigrew) in the chair. It was ...

    Article : 87 words
  45. CABOOLTURE.

    Mr. David Litherlands of Upper Caboolture passed away at the Beerhurrum Hospital on Saturday after a, long illness. He had been a resident of the ...

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  46. PEDIGREE STOCK.

    In order to assist New Zeahnd producers in their efforts to improve cattle and sheep, the New Zealand shipping lines have decided to accede to the request from ...

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  47. LATE MARSHAL WILSON.

    The Reverend J. M. Simms, D.D., C.B. (Unionist), has been elected unopposed for North Down, in suc[?]sion to the late Field-Marshal Sir Henry Wilson. ...

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  48. WATERFORD.

    The annual meeting of the Waterford Dip Association was held at the Waterford Arms Hotel on Monday night. Councillor M. T. Schneider presiding. ...

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  49. CHILDERS.

    At the meeting of the Weavers' Club held on 18th instant, the president (Mrs. W. A. Brand) presiding, it was resolved to ask the matron for a list of linen ...

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  50. COOROY.

    The Rev. B. Frederick organiser for the Methodist Laymen's £25,000 Drive, addressed a meeting in the local Methodist Church on Thursday evening. ...

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  51. GOWER BY-ELECTION.

    For the Gower divison of Glamorgan the by-election resulted:— Grenfell (Labour)...... 13,298 Williams (Coalition Liberal) 9841 ...

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  52. Exhibition Suitings.

    Mr. C. V. Clune, Edward-street, announces by advertisement that a special, range of suitings has been opened, and patrons are invited to call and inspect. ...

    Article : 34 words
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