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  2. COUNTRY CENTRES. IPSWICH.

    The Railway Appeal Board, comprising Messrs. J. Stewart Berge, P.M. (chairman), J. E.. Robinson (railway workshops manager), and R. H. Watson ...

    Article : 269 words
  3. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. SUPPLY BILL.

    In the Senate yesterday the redistribution of Victorian seats was agreed to. THE LOAN BILL. The Loan Bill, authorising the raising ...

    Article : 393 words
  4. ECHOES OF RUSSIA.

    Queenslanders have in their midst a woman who has seen far more of the evil side of [?] than has been revealed to her more fortunate sisters in this fair ...

    Article : 999 words
  5. QUEENSLAND APPEALS.

    In the High Court to-day their Honours the Chief Justice (Sir Adrian Knox, K.C.), Mr. Justice Higgins, and Mr. Justice Gavan Duffy on the bench, ...

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  6. USEFUL STORMS.

    A heavy thanderstorm occurred shortly before dawn yesterday morning, and several times during the day the clouds banked up and further showers fell. The ...

    Article : 659 words
  7. EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF QUEENSLAND, LTD.

    As announced in the "Courier" recently, an assurance Case which created considerable interest in May last was finalised rcently. The Equitable Life Assurance ...

    Article : 178 words
  8. GIRL SHOT DEAD.

    A shocking tragedy occured at Maitland this evening. A motor man was passing the residence of Mrs. C. L. Bockman[?] about 14 miles south-east of Maitland, ...

    Article : 263 words
  9. BUDERIM.

    Mr. Sid Ferno, a resident of the Mountain for the last two years, left last week for Sydney. Mr. Eric Bate, who has been ailing for ...

    Article : 37 words
  10. AMIENS.

    While Mrs. Stokes and a friend and a baby were, driving home from Stanthorpe on Tuesday the horse fell, and the occupants of the vehicle were thrown ...

    Article : 49 words
  11. "THE TIMES." MAY REVERT TO MR. WALTER.

    The "Spectator" states that.Lord Northcliffe's will directs that an option for the purchase of his 291,000 shares in "The Times" should be given to Mr. John ...

    Article : 444 words
  12. PROTEST AGAINST SENTENCES.

    The Trade Union Congress passed a resolution, protesting against the death sentence passed on South Africa miners for [?]ting on the Rand, and appealing ...

    Article : 38 words
  13. SEARCH FOR OIL. SINISTER INFLUENCES ALLEGED.

    Before the National Federation concluded its conference at Ballarat to-day the following motion was unanimously agreed to:—"That the Federal ...

    Article : 141 words
  14. A MASQUERADER.

    A married man, who subsequently told ti constable that he was practising for the vaudeville stage, was noticed going into the National Theatre, Balmain, last ...

    Article : 172 words
  15. DEATH OF ALDERMAN COHEN.

    The death has occurred of Alderman Louis Cohen, of Liverpool, an ex-Lord Mayor. He was a donor of large sums to Liverpool charities, and was born in ...

    Article : 49 words
  16. TOOWOOMBA.

    The September sittings of the Circuit Court were commenced yesterday before his Honour Mr. Justice Macnaughton. Mr. F. W. Dickson was Crown Prosecutor. ...

    Article : 525 words
  17. A PAPAL AUDIENCE.

    His Holiness the Pope gave an audience to Areh[?]shop H[?]han. ...

    Article : 18 words
  18. MORBID TASTES.

    Hundreds of persons assembled at Hereford for the sale of the furniture and home of Major Herbert Armstrong, who was found gulty and executed for having ...

    Article : 85 words
  19. REPORTED DISCOVERY OF PETROLEUM.

    Owing to the reported discovery of petroleum near Dunedoo, Mr. A. G. Lawson, F.R.G.S., with two other oil experts, is making a search for oil in that ...

    Article : 55 words
  20. BOY SCOUT NEWS.

    Boy Scouts and Wolf Cubs of Brisbane are asked to muster in front of the Public Library, William-street, this evening, at 7.15, to march to the Elite Theatre, ...

    Article : 649 words
  21. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

    In the House of Representatives, The Prime Minister (Mr.. Hughes) told Mr. West (C.), amid laughter, that he had, as yet, heard nothing about the fees ...

    Article : 1,066 words
  22. HOBART HOSPITAL TROUBLE.

    At to-day's meeting of the Hobart general, hospital board, after a heated debate, it was decided, by a majority, toterminate the appointment of Dr. W. G. ...

    Article : 234 words
  23. POOLS BILL.

    The Primary Products Pools Bill, which was read a first time in the Legislative Assembly last night, provides that the Governor in Council may declare that ...

    Article : 465 words
  24. "SQUEEZED OUT."

    Clark M'Conachy. the New Zealand billiardist, has sailed in the steamer Bendigo for New Zealand. The newspapers deplore the treatment by which he was ...

    Article : 47 words
  25. METEORIC PHENOMENON.

    A phenomenon was witnessed, in the western sky on Wednesday, at about 6 p.m. A meteor appeared to fall, leaving a tail of light which remained in ...

    Article : 66 words
  26. RARE BIRDS.

    Mr. E. Ward, of Sydney, arrived to-day by the steamer, Marsina from a sojourn of several months in New Guinea. For some years he has made ...

    Article : 94 words
  27. WESTRALIAN RAILWAYS.

    The Railway and Tramway Officers' Union, in a letter to the Minister for Railways, in reply to the report of the Royal Commissioner on the the State of ...

    Article : 127 words
  28. The Prickly Pear Pest.

    Satisfactory progress is being made in the experiments which are being carried out under the Institute of Science and Industry with a view to the control and ...

    Article : 203 words
  29. MARYBOROUGH.

    The city electric supply failed on Thursday night, and the railway station and several public. institutions were obliged to adopt other means of lighting. ...

    Article : 82 words
  30. PROPOSED NEW PAPER.

    A syndicate of business men in Hobart proposes to start an evening paper, and plans have been so far advanced that the "Mercury" proprietary has had put ...

    Article : 61 words
  31. DEATHS FROM WOOD ALCOHOL.

    The number of deaths from poisoning as the result of drinking wood alcohol has now reached 11. ...

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  32. TOWNSVILLE.

    Tenders are being invited for twostoried banking chambers of reinforced concrete for the Commonwealth Bank. Diphtheria Outbreak. ...

    Article : 42 words
  33. Railway Smoke Nuisance.

    A suburban resident writes bitterly complaining respecting the smoke auisance from railway locomotives, "which inundates the railway carriages, causing both ...

    Article : 136 words
  34. DROPPED DEAD.

    Oscar Frost, aged 22, a steward on the steamer Moira, dropped dead at a dance hall to-night. He left the boat accompanied by Joseph Reid, another steward. ...

    Article : 61 words
  35. A Maryborough Park.

    An area of 3a. [?]. 7¾p. at Maryborough has been proclaimed a reserve for public park purposes and vested in the Maryborough City Council as trustee. ...

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  36. COUNCIL MEETINGS.

    At a special meeting of the Toowoomba City Council to-day the resolution to borrow £16,000 for road works was confirmed. Alderman A. Griffiths being the only diss[?]ent. The council ...

    Article : 69 words
  37. NAMBOUR.

    A reunion of Diggers of the Nambour district took place in the Memorial Hall on Tuesday evening. Captain G. H. Thornton (president of the Nambour ...

    Article : 203 words
  38. Children's Hospital Committee.

    The resignation of Alderman G. Carten as a member of the committee of management of the Hospital for Sick Children, Brisbane, was accepted by the ...

    Article : 34 words
  39. MOTORS COLLIDE.

    Four waitresses who went for a motor drive last night after work were thrown out and injured, one seriously, when the car collided with another car in Royal ...

    Article : 175 words
  40. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The N.R.A. annual meeting was continued at Osborne Rifle Range to-day in fine weather. The conditions were difficult in the morning, but the wind ...

    Article : 246 words
  41. Large Eggs.

    At the Redcliffe Show on Tuesday last Mr. J. T. Marrison exhibited three hen eggs. each of which weighed 3½oz., and Measured 6½in. in circumference, and 7½in. round lengthways. These ...

    Article : 54 words
  42. DAIRY COMPANIES.

    The Downs Co-koperative Dairy Co., Ltd., reports that during August the company manufactured 132 tons 23 boxes of butter of which 59 tons 8 boxes was made at Toowoomba central ...

    Article : 352 words
  43. Royal Geographical Society.

    "Future settlement in Australia—the North-South line," is the title of a lecture to be delivered by Professor T. Griffith Taylor. (Sydney University) at the ...

    Article : 289 words
  44. SUGAR CANE LEVIES

    In the Supreme Court at Townsville on September 4, his Honour Mr. Justice Blair gave judgment in favour of the Secretary for Agriculture and Stock for ...

    Article : 136 words
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    The Rev. B. Hewison's subject in the Jireh Baptist Church to-morrow morning will be: " Afflicted—Comforted." In the evening he will speak on "Christ's ...

    Article : 147 words
  47. PALMWOODS.

    A meeting of ratepayers, convened by Mr. F. Shurvell, was held in the School of Arts, Palmwoods, on Saturday afternoon to further consider the proposed ...

    Article : 150 words
  48. PERTH NEWSPAPERS' STRIKE.

    The newspapers strike is neairing the end of the third week with no signs of a settlement. The Printing Industry Employees' Union decided last night to stay ...

    Article : 70 words
  49. ADELAIDE WINE SHOW.

    Messrs. Samuel Allen and Sons, Ltd., agents for Springvale Vineyards, South Australia, have received telegraphic advice that they have secured first prize for their ...

    Article : 49 words
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