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  2. POINTS.

    AN AGED NATIVE.—Mrs. Coloroft, died at 92. REVENGED.—The English Eleven. RETURNING.—Huge's Buffalo Minstrels. A BIG ADVERTISEMENT.—That £25,000 libel ...

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  3. Church of England Association.

    A Low Churchman writes: "I have been informed by one of my friends (who is, I am glad to any, one of a very few of the low churchmen in Brisbane) that there will be a public meeting ...

    Article : 115 words
  4. Snipping Intelligence.

    December 12.—CITY OF MELBOURNE, s., Captain C. E. Samuders, from Melbourne and Sydney. Passengers: From Melbourne Mrs. Peoplin, Messrs. L. Ashworth, Mahor, ...

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    The moonlighters concerned in the murder of Whelehan have been sentenced—four to seven years, one to 10 years, and two are to be retried. ...

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  6. The Sanitary Question.

    THE Mayor and the Minister for Lands this morning visited the inland off Doughboy Greek to ascertain its suitableness or otherwise for the deposit of tho nightsoil of the city. ...

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    The committee of the German Reichstag has reported against the increase of corn duties. ...

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  8. "No Christmas Boxes."

    IN Brisbane and in other towns the public are being advertised that their store-keepers will give no more Christmas boxes. It is rather a load blast that is ...

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    The death is announced of Colonel Seymour, the New Zealand warrior. ...

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  10. Colonial Stores Inquiry.

    THE commission appointed to inquire into the working of the Colonial Stores resumed its sittings at the Colonial Stores this morning. There were present: Messrs. T. Unmack ...

    Article : 1,382 words
  11. Accidentally Drowned.

    THE Commissioner of Police has received the following telegram dated Mitchell yesterday: "John Evelyn Riley, a child three years old, was accidentally drowned in a waterhole at ...

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    On M. Fa[?] intimating that he was unable to form a new Ministry, M. Sadi Carnot, the President, summoned M. Tirard, but that gentlemen likewise was unable to accomplish ...

    Article : 42 words
  13. The Treasury.

    WE understand that the details in connection with the administration of the Treasury department will for the future be in the hands of the Minister for Railways, the Hon. C. B. ...

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    The wounds inflicted on M. Jules Ferry by the would be assassin Aubertin, prove to be of of a more-serious nature than was at first supposed, and grave fours are entertained us to his ...

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  15. The Perjury Cases.

    AFTER a careful consideration of the petition praying for for a remission of the sentences on Melvin, Finch, and Jackson, recently convicted of perjury, the Governor in Council yesterday ...

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    M. Faillicries, who was summoned by the President to form a new Ministry when M. Goblet abandoned the task, has withdrawn, as he is unable to unite the members of the ...

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  17. Rotten Scaffolding.

    AN accident happened this morning about half-past 11 in Albert street, which fortunately did not result in any serious damage, although it is almost a miracle that one man at any rate ...

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    The commission appointed to inquire into the fisheries dispute between Canada and the United States has adjourned for the Christmas holidays, and will meet again on the 4th ...

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    Prince Bismarck became suddenly ill yesterday, but has since rapidly recovered. At the same time his physician advises him to take the utmost rest possible. ...

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    A terrific storm was experienced off the coast of the Shetland Islands on Friday last, when a fleet of fishing vessels was wrecked, and 24 fishermen were drowned. ...

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    The Messageries Maritimes Company's steamship Oceanien, from Melbourne, November 2, arrived here yesterday. ...

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  22. Cheating the Railways.

    A CORRESPONDENT informs us of an easy manner in which the railway authorities are sometimes defrauded. It appears that plants in pots have to be paid for as goods. One day, ...

    Article : 164 words
  23. Latest Telegrams.

    The North Glanmire Company, in breaking down No. 6 reef to-day, obtained about 50 ounces of gold in specimens. The face is looking well for more. ...

    Article : 95 words
  24. Secretary for Mines and Works.

    AS stated in our issue of yesterday a "Gazette Extraordinary" was yesterday afternoon published containing the following proclamation: "His Excellency the Governor, with the ...

    Article : 295 words
  25. Advertising

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    Advertising : 246 words
  26. Intercolonial.

    The cricket match between Shaw's English team and Now South "Wales was resumed this morning. The weather was splendid. The following are the scores: New South Wales, ...

    Article : 816 words
  27. An Opportunity Lost.

    IN making the changes in the Cabinet which were gazetted yesterday, and arranging the new Ministerial designations consequent thereupon, an admirable opportunity presented itself for ...

    Article : 247 words
  28. Police Protection for Enoggera

    A DEPUTATION consisting of residents of tho Sumford and South Pine roads was introduced by Mr. Dickson to the Colonial Secretory this morning to bring under his notice the necessity ...

    Article : 323 words
  29. Diary.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 37 words
  30. The Case of Annie Bolton.

    WE yesterday reported the case of Annie Bolton, who was proceeded against at the Police Court by the Department of Public Instruction for neglecting to support her child ...

    Article : 255 words
  31. Shocking Tactics.

    DALLEY once said of a southern newspaper that humour in its leading columns was as rare as a joke in a sacred college. The remark would hold issue of all decorously ...

    Article : 1,470 words
  32. Advertising

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    Advertising : 199 words
  33. Advertising

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    Advertising : 116 words



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