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  2. EARTHQUAKE NEAR WARWICK.

    ON Wednesday morning about 5 o'clock (says the Argus) one of the most remarkable and formidable phenomena of nature, an earthquake, was felt in this district. The shock appears to ...

    Article : 153 words
  3. MEETING AT BULIMBA.

    A PUBLIC meeting was held on Friday week at Hemmant in the sugar store of the Messrs. Gibson, about eighty being present, all with the exception of fire or six, being Bulimba ...

    Article : 909 words
  4. SWANWICK v. BROOKES.

    AN adjourned meeting of members of the bar was held on Saturday at the office of the Attorney-General to consider the conduct of Mr. P. ff. Swanwick, in connection with the ...

    Article : 163 words
  5. ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY.

    The usual monthly meeting of this society was held on Friday week, when there were present—Messrs. L A. Bernays (in the chair), A. Raff, C. Preston, John Scott, John Fenwick, ...

    Article : 273 words
  6. TEA-MEETINGS AND COURTING.

    THE Northern Miner says:—"The Rev. A. Douglas, Townsville, dropped on a fresh 'patch' last week; he has discovered a new use and advantage in the 'tea-meetiog,' that institution ...

    Article : 191 words
  7. PROPAGATION OF DIPHTHERIA.

    AT meeting of the Society of Medical Officers of Health, at 1, Adam-street, Adelphi. London, a short time ago (says the Daily News) Mr. A. Wynter Blyth read a paper on "The ...

    Article : 738 words
  8. EXPOET OP PROZEN MEAT.

    MESSRS. Roderick Travers and John Living have arrived here from Sydney en route for Rockhampton for the purpose of establishing a company near Rockhampton for the purpose ...

    Article : 232 words
  9. EXECUTION.

    THE aboriginal Johnny Campbell — who was found guilty of a capital offence upon a young girl, and sentenced to death at the last Ipswich assizes—suffered the last ...

    Article : 315 words
  10. TOOWONG CHURCH SCHOOL.

    A VERY pleasant afternoon was spent last Sunday at the Institute, Toowoog, in connection with the distribution of prizes to the Sunday school children by Bishop Hale. His ...

    Article : 277 words
  11. WHITE V. HODDLE.

    THIS action which has recently been settled in Melbourne, has some interest for residents in this colony, Mr. White, the plaintiff, being a former resident of Queensland, and manager ...

    Article : 591 words
  12. OFFICIAL NOTIFICATIONS.

    APPOINTMENTS. — Archibald E. Crionton, Clerk of Petty Sessions at Bundaberg, to be registrar of the Central District Court of Queensland, district registrar and ...

    Article : 678 words
  13. THE EXCISE DUTY ON RUM.

    A DEPUTATION, consisting of Messrs. Gray (Quinlan, Gray and Co.), Fitzgerald, and O. Gardner, introduced by Mr. J. R. Dickson, M. L. A, waited on the Colonial ...

    Article : 289 words
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