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  3. State Parliament.

    The SPEAKER (Hon. W. M'Cormack) read prayers, and took the chair at 3.30 o'clock. COLD STORAGE. ...

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  4. State Prisons.

    The annual report of the comptroller-general of prisons (Captain Pennefather) was tabled in the Legislative Assembly yesterday afternoon. ...

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  6. Linking the Lines.

    Mr. H. Gittins. chief engineer of the Siamese State railways, is spending a few days in Penang (says' a recent issue of the "Penang ...

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  8. "Temple of the Orient."

    Opposite what was shown as the "Regent street Prayer Shop," the mystical society known as the M.M.M. has carried on business for some years (says [?] ...

    Article : 671 words
  9. CO-OPERATIVE FRUIT GROWERS.

    The organiser for the Queensland Co-opttative Fruit Growers, Limited, reports that last week was spent on the North Coast line, finishing at Eumundi on ...

    Article : 97 words
  10. LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE.

    There is a proverb, "He who has never made a mistake has attempted little of difficulty or value." The worst use a man can mate of his mistakes is to ...

    Article : 287 words
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