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  2. LATENT WEALTH

    The better development of Queensland land is a duty, as it is in the interests of all people who occupy these lands, who work on ...

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  3. GRIM RECORD.

    LONDON, Sunday.--The total casualties in Belfast last week were 29 killed and 70 wounded. These figures include two girls, one of ten ...

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  4. BOTTOMLEY'S FATE.

    LONDON, Monday.-- Mr. Horatio Bottemley, M.P., has been found guilty of fraud, and sentenced to seven years penal servitude. ...

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  5. AT NATHAN'S GORGE.

    "Nathan's Gorge" it will henceforth be known as. For three days a small party, including Sir Matthew Nathan and Mr. Theodore, had been heading for this spot. At 2 p.m. on Saturday the end of the trek was reached, and they looked upon a site that will more ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. BIG LEGAL BATHE

    A constitutional battle of the first magnitude has been opened by the service on the Queensland Government of a writ issued out of ...

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  7. POLICY OF WASTE.

    SYDNEY, Monday.-- In a statement made to-day, in reply to a speech of Mr, Northern Territory and the sugar indus Hughes on Saturday relative to the ...

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  8. DAMAGED WHEAT.

    MELBOURNE, Monday.--A test case, the issue of which involves the question of whether the South Australian Government shall pay scrip holders in the 1916 ...

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  9. WOOLTOPS CASE.

    SYDNEY, Monday.--The reading of documents and correspondence occupied counsel in the High Court at Darlinghurst. before Mr. Justice Isaacs, to-day, in the ...

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  10. THE WAR BILL.

    PARIS, Sunday.--It is reported from Berlin that the German "Government has accepted the reparations proposals brought back by the Finance Minister, ...

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  11. A ROYAL SEARCH.

    LONDON, Sunday.--Theatregoers at Covent Garden last evening witnessed the unique spectacle of the Queen, Princess Alice, the Duke of York, the Lord ...

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  12. TIMELY RESUCE.

    SYDNEY, Monday.--When the steamer St. Albans, which is at present in quarantine an Sydney, was passing the Celebes, the lookout sighted two men on 3 ...

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  13. MRS. T. J. RYAN.

    "Mrs. T. J. Ryan should certainly be to Parliament, and I am prepared to give the workers of Queensland the opportunity of receiving the benefit of ...

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  14. FRANCE'S LIMITS.

    LONDON, Sunday.--M. Clemeneau, in a speech at a banquet given in his honour at Nantes said that the same people who thought "France incapable of victory in ...

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  15. COUNTRY PARTY.

    SYDNEY, Monday.--A Federal Country party rally is being organised in conjunction with the conference of the Australian; Farmers Association in Adelaide ...

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  16. QUEEN'S CABIN BOY.

    SYDNEY, Monday.--One of the Oldest patients the Royal Prince Allied Hospital has known is Mr. John Conduit, who was admitted several days ago ...

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  17. BANKS OF GAS.

    LONDON, Sunday.--The "Weekly Despatch" says that the gas gong clanged out once more in France, and respirators were served out, as great ...

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  18. GOLD FINDS.

    SYDNEY, Monday.--Over 200 visitors from Nyngan Hermidale, Cobar, and Canbellege cisited the Nuriel Tank field on Sunday. A novel sight was ...

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  19. AERIAL SCHEME.

    MELBOURNE Monday.--In reference to the prospects for commercial aviation in Queensland, the Director of Civil Aviation (Colonel Brinemead said the ...

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  20. GILBERTIAN SHIP.

    LONDON, Saturday. -- The Soviet steamer. Karl Mure, steamed proudly in the Hull to-day flying the Red Flag. She is fitted with wireless, and carries a crow ...

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  21. RADIUM CONDEMNED.

    SYDNEY, Monday.--An eminent London physician, Sir T. Parkinson, who is on a world tour, has arrived in Sydney The distinguished visitor is a active of ...

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  22. BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    The Health Department examined 189 rats and 386 mice from Brisbane, and 64 smears from Sandgate yesterday, and all gave negative results. There were no ...

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  23. "SCHOOL MARM."

    SYDNEY, Monday.--Her attention having been drawn to an announcement that she had decided to give up touring and intended to take up teaching in ...

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  24. BONDS SEVERED.

    SYDNEY. Monday.--In the Divorce Court to-day, Mr. Justice James disposed of 13 out of 18 suits by midday. The parties in the five remaining suite were ...

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  25. MALTESE IMMIGRANTS.

    LONDON, Sunday.--The Malta correspondent of the "Times" reports that 22 emigrants left for Australia this week, and will embark on the Orvieto at Naples ...

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  26. A MAIZE POOL.

    TOOWOOMBA, Monday.--An important matter now engaging the attention of the newly-consentrated Agriculture Advisory Board is the formation ...

    Article : 782 words
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