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  2. THE TWO VOICES. CULLING THE ELECTORS

    In one of R. L. Stevenson's best knowa books, a noble-mined philan[?]hropisst, Dr. Jekyll, does all manner of dreadful things in his leisure hours under ...

    Article : 173 words
  3. "TAX AND TAX."

    Despite the threatenirg weather, Ald. J. W. Hetherington (United PartyNationalist candidate for Maree) addressed a large and appreciative audience. ...

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  4. "IT HAS FADED."

    Mr. James Crawford (United PartyNational candidate for Brisbane) addrosaed a largely attended meeting in the Picture Palace, Spring Hill, last ...

    Article : 668 words
  5. APPRENTICESHIP.

    Mr. Jas. S. Kerr (United Party candidate for Enoggera) spoke to a large audience at Mitchelton on Monday night. Mr. William Laird, sen., presided. ...

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  6. SANE GOVERNMENT.

    Mr. T. A. Lanigan (United Party candidate for Rockhampton) opened his campaign in the School of Arts to-night, when there was a large audience. Mr. Lanigan ...

    Article : 338 words
  7. SOUTHERN SEATS.

    The man from Bundaberg to Maryborough was one of the few long railway journeys in which, during the Premier's tour, stoppages were not made for the ...

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  8. FOR PROSPERITY.

    Speaking at the Leichhardt-street school last night the United Party's candidate for Paddington (Mr. G.Tedman) warned the electors not to be led astray with Mr. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. ELECTORATE ITEMS.

    Mr. A. C. Elphinstone (United Party candidate) will address the electors at the Corinda Hall to-morrow night, at 8 o'clock, and at Yeronga Hall on Friday. ...

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  10. THE RED OBJECTIVE.

    First we take the Red Objective. At Cairns, Mr. Theodore said that the objective was the same as that for which Labour had striven for thirty years; and ...

    Article : 219 words
  11. SALUTING THE FLAG.

    The Bulimba election campaign was continued on Monday by Mr. D. J. R. Watson, who addressed a meeting of electors in Hill's Hall, Morningside. ...

    Article : 282 words
  12. MR. THEODORE'S SEVEN METHODS.

    Possibly Mr. Theodore's main objective [?] to retain the Premiership, not for three or six years, but for "many years," as Mr. J. V. M'Donald said al Emu Park. ...

    Article : 383 words
  13. ABUSE IS NO ARGUMENT

    The Minister for Lands (Mr. Coyne) addressed a fairly attended meeting last night in the School of Arts Hall. His address consisted principally of the ...

    Article : 145 words
  14. BRISBANE BOOTH.

    A polling booth at which electors from every district in the State in which the election is being contested may cast a primary, as distinct fro an absent, vote ...

    Article : 149 words
  15. NEW CAPITAL.

    Mr. J. H. Kessell (United PartyNationalist candidate for South Brisbane) addressed a large and attentive meeting of electors at the Clarence Corner ...

    Article : 311 words
  16. TAXATION AND LOANS.

    At Cairns, Mr. Theodore said: "There is to be no increase in taxation," and he added, "since the last election "there has been no increase in taxation." In his ...

    Article : 363 words
  17. THE BIG STICK FOR THE FARMERS.

    Sir,—I know a man who, if any of his cows or horses do anything to vex him will go after them with feed in one hand and a good big atick in the other, and ...

    Article : 487 words
  18. SALUTING THE FLAG.

    Sir,—As a minister of the Gospel. I feel it a privilege to once a week attend a State School and give religious instruction to our church children, but lately ...

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  19. TOOMBUL.

    On April 20 the following letter, which speaks for itself, was forwarded to AldC. M. Jendinson, who is opposing Mr. A. L. Petrie, in the Toombul electorate:— ...

    Article : 365 words
  20. MR. TAYLOR LEAVES ROCKHAMPTON.

    The leader of the United Party (Mr. C. Taylor) arrived this afternoon, and left at 8 o'clock for the West. He is due to speak here on Wednesday of next ...

    Article : 58 words
  21. PIKEDALE SETTLEMENT.

    Sir,—Mr. Theodore is to visit Stanthorpe and receive deputations from the soldier settlers on Anzac Day. These deputations will consist of a few Labour supporters, ...

    Article : 279 words
  22. PREMIER'S TOUR.

    "A very successful tour" was the term which the Premiir applied to his Northern trip, when interview by a "Courier" representative at his office yesterday. ...

    Article : 206 words
  23. FEDERAL BOARDS.

    Consideration was given, by the Federal Cabinet to-day to a number of important appointments which are pending. These appointments include the ...

    Article : 201 words
  24. MR. THEODORE AND THE FARMERS.

    At Cairns the Premier said it was the intention of the Government to assist the farming, industry, and, accordingly, it had formulated the agricultural ...

    Article : 184 words
  25. MR. GODFREY MORGAN'S CAMPAIGN.

    Mr. Godfrey Morgan opened his election campaign last week, assisted by Mr. J. A. P. Hunter, M.H.R. Speeking at Miles, he said that Mr. Theodore was ...

    Article : 211 words
  26. THANKS, NOT CONFIDEN[?]E.

    In a report of a meeting held hy Mr. Geo, Logan, at Helidon, appearing in Monday's "Courier," it was stated that Councillor Chas. Gunne moved a vote of ...

    Article : 71 words
  27. THAT FLAG INCIDENT.

    Sir,—It was very amusing to read Mr. Huxham' s explanation of the flag incident, which very few people will swallow. Does his electorate or [?]his ...

    Article : 184 words
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