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  2. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

    April 12.—Arakoon, s., Captain Daniel M'Gregor, from Noosa. Passengers: Mrs. Fleming and child, Miss Brookes, Messrs F. G. D. Stanley, Wilkie, Gibson, Burton ...

    Article : 1,662 words
  3. CABLEGRAMS.

    The bulletins issued at midnight by Earl Beaconsfield's physicians state that his lordship had suffered considerably from spasmodic breathing, which, however, they were able to ...

    Article : 84 words
  4. WHAT THE NEW SERVICE IS GOING TO DO FOR US.

    WE understand that a collier is hourly expected from Newcastle with a cargo of coals for the B.I.S.N. and Q.R.M.S. Merkara, This is the first of the numerous advantage which ...

    Article : 79 words
  5. THE PROPOSED COFFEE PALACE

    AT a meeting of the provisional directors, held yesterday, several offers of premises were considered, and three gentlemen were deputed to select the most eligible one. It was agreed ...

    Article : 60 words
  6. THE FINANCIAL SITUATION.

    WE observe that we have been favoured by the Courier's correspondent with a rejoinder to our reply to his former criticism on our statement of the financial condition of the ...

    Article : 209 words
  7. SOUTH BRISBANE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

    THIS congregation held their annual meeting last night. The pastor took the chair, and after a substantial tea, to which a goodly number of members and adherents sat down ...

    Article : 164 words
  8. BOER TREACHERY.

    The Commonder-in-Chief of thE Cape Forces reports, in reference to the surrender of the British garrison at Potchefstroom, that it was brought about by treacherous representations ...

    Article : 54 words
  9. THE IRISH LAND BILL.

    Mr. Parnell delivered a long speech yesterday on the Irish Land Bill. While speaking of the measure with a certain degree of favour he maintained that it had grave defects, and ...

    Article : 115 words
  10. THE STEEL RAILS-INQUIRY.

    ON Monday evening we announced that a cablegram had been received from the hon. S. W. Griffith. After recent proceedings in another case, the receiver of that message felt ...

    Article : 225 words
  11. BRISBANE HOSPITAL.

    THE committee of the Brisbane hospital hold their usual fortnightly meeting at the office in Elizabeth-street, yesterday afternoon. There were present—Mr. J. Perrie (chairman), Mr. ...

    Article : 443 words
  12. THE FRENCH MINISTRY.

    A motion of confidence in the Ministry was brought on to-day and carried. ...

    Article : 21 words
  13. THE AUSTRALIAN MAILS.

    The malls by the P. and O. steamer Peshawur, and the Orient liner Cuzco were delivered to-day. ...

    Article : 23 words
  14. THE ASSASSINATION OF THE CZAR.

    The trial of Rousakeff, the assassin of the late Czar of Russia, and that of the accomplices in the crime denounced by him, was brought to a conclusion this evening. All the accused ...

    Article : 52 words
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  16. THE TUNISIAN DIFFICULTY.

    Great excitement prevail throughout Algeria in consequence of the arrival of the French troops at Bona. The Bey of Tunis has protested against this violation of his territory by ...

    Article : 45 words
  17. BUGGY ACCIDENT.

    As Mrs. Reginald Roe was driving into town about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon from the direction of the V[?]ley, accompanied by the sister, a servant, and three children, she and the ...

    Article : 370 words
  18. LATEST TELEGRAMS.

    The naval review took place yesterday, and proved a complete success. There was a large concourse of people to witness it. The plan of the operations was admirably carried out, and ...

    Article : 363 words
  19. SOUTH BRISBANE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.

    ON sunday last the anniversary sermons, in connection with the above church, were preached in the morning by the Rev. T. J. Pepper, pastor of the church, and in the ...

    Article : 731 words
  20. DIARY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 39 words
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    Advertising : 5 words
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    THE history of colonisation scarcely furnishes a sadder chapter than the records of the recent attempts by the Marquis DE RAY to found a European colony ...

    Article : 2,648 words
  23. THE BOTANIC GARDENS SQUABBLE.

    A PARA[?] appeared in the Courier of Monday last to the effect that about 130 valuable plants had been surreptitiously removed from the Botanical Gardens, and had been traced by ...

    Article : 351 words
  24. QUEENSLAND NEWS.

    North Glanmire specimens were obtianed to-day computed at between four and five hundred ounces of gold. The stone still looks grand for further breaking down. A few ...

    Article : 207 words
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