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  2. Advertising

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  3. South Brisbane.

    The West End Brewery has suffered severely from the inundation. Yesterday, particularly in the afternoon, a stream of hogsheads and kegs--some empty and others containing beer ...

    Article : 181 words
  4. THE FLOOD.

    The most awful horror-striking sights in the memory of the oldest inhabitant were to be witnessed in Brisbane yesterday. The enormous body of water which, from the Stanley, ...

    Article : 1,925 words
  5. Shipping and Wharves.

    On Saturday evening the shipping in the river included the small steamers Pearl, Young Mat, Mavis, and Glide, with several lighters, moored above the bridge, the cutter Lorna ...

    Article : 1,345 words
  6. Indooroopilly Railway Bridge.

    The railway bridge over the Brisbane River at Indooroopilly was practically destroyed at 5.46 a.m. yesterday. At that time one of the 80 feet spans and a pier 160. feet from the ...

    Article : 389 words
  7. Indooroopilly Pocket.

    Several houses have been swept away from Indooroopilly Pocket, but no loss of life is reported to have occurred. ...

    Article : 23 words
  8. Fortitude Valley and Booroodabin.

    So far as the people living on the low-lying parts of Fortitude valley and Booroodabin were concerned the outlook on Saturday was painfully gloomy, but probably few persons even ...

    Article : 1,341 words
  9. Kangaroo Point.

    All that could be seen from Petrie Bight of Kangaroo Point, below the Pineapple Hotel gave spectators yesterday the impression that comfortable villas and cottages and the large ...

    Article : 137 words
  10. Lighting the City.

    After the gas supply was cut off on Saturday the only source of light for Queen street was the electric plant in Edison lane, which, it was hoped, Could be kept running by the aid of ...

    Article : 165 words
  11. How the Bridge Went.

    At 10 minutes to 4 o'clock Mr. S. Price, jun., with Messrs. Bostrom and Sneyd, left Messrs. Stewart and Hommant's warehouse to pay a visit to the Victoria Bridge. On ...

    Article : 522 words
  12. The Telegraph.

    Among the buildings affected by the rising waters was that of the Telegraph Newspaper Company. The water rose through the drains into the machine room ...

    Article : 97 words
  13. Milton and Rosalie.

    Milton, Milton Estate, Rosalie, and that part of Ithaca to the north-western side of the Milton road suffered severely from the flood. Many acres in this locality are extremely low, ...

    Article : 355 words
  14. The City Flooded.

    In writing about the present disastrous flood the difficulty up till this morning was at once to know where to close the record, and also how to adequately convey an idea of the loss ...

    Article : 1,741 words
  15. Victoria Bridge.

    On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, crowds of people watched the progress of events at Victoria Bridge, a structure that was at once invaluable as a means of communication ...

    Article : 1,121 words
  16. The Town Hall a Refuge.

    Within the Town Hall many of the absolutely destitute and flooded out families are quartered. Their direst needs are supplied, in that they are sure of temporary shelter and food for ...

    Article : 350 words
  17. Toowong.

    On Saturday at noon the flood at Toowong was 2 feet higher than the flood of 1890. From noon till about 10.30 p.m. the water rose steadily and on Sunday at midday it reached a ...

    Article : 388 words
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