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  2. ALLEGED BRIBERY.

    SYDNEY, Thursday.--The hearing of the charge against Alderman R. D. Bramston of alleged bribery in respect of the supply of wood blocks to the ...

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  3. TOOWOOMBA.

    TOOWOOMBA, Thursday.--The Toowoomba Municipal Baud has been very unfortunate of late, having suffered some heavy losses by fire. Recently the ...

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  4. GLORIOUS SINGING.

    His Majesty's Theatre was not big enough for the audience which assembled last night to enjoy the glorious singing of the Empires greatest concert ...

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  5. GREAT SUGAR CROP.

    Some wild ideas are afloat down south about the great profit sugar growers are making in the Mackay district, but these appear to be greatly exaggerated. In ...

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  6. LIGUORI CASE.

    SYDNEY, Thursday,--In the Legislative Assembly to-day the debate began on Sit George Fuller's motion consuring the Government ...

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  7. MILITARY VOTE.

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--The estimate new works buildings, etc.. for the Defence Department (military) were further considered ...

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  8. AERIAL MAILS.

    That a considerable amount of pioneering work has been done in the matter of aerial mails and aerial services, generally was disclosed in the report of the ...

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  9. GREAT REFORMER.

    A night with Dickens, described by a grandson of the original Weller--for the Rev. A. G. Weller grandfather was acquained with the famous author who ...

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  10. CANE PRICES.

    The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. [?]) stated yesterday that the election for cane growers' and mill owners' representatives on the Central Sugarcane Prices ...

    Article : 174 words
  11. 'THE BEST SYSTEM.'

    PERTH, Thursday.--Dr. Le Fann, Co. adjutor Bishop of Brisbane, arrived by the Osterley after soms months' holiday abroad in England. He said he was ...

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  12. BUBONIC PLAGUE.

    Two deaths occurred at Wattlebrne Hospital yesterday. The victims were both mules. One had resided at Spring Hill, and the other at George-street, city. ...

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  13. LANDOWNERS ORGANISE

    A meeting of the Landowner Protection Association was held in Union Bank Chambers yesterday to organise for the Water Board elections, which will take ...

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  14. LOST CANASTOTA.

    A case recalls the mystery of the ship Canastota, which left Sydney last June and has not been heard of since, came before Mr. P. M. Hishon, P.M., in ...

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  15. LOAN TO CHARLEVILLE.

    Representatives of Charleville Town Council yesterday afternoon received an assurance from the Premier (Mr. Theodore), in the absence of the Treasurer ...

    Article : 137 words
  16. Advertising

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  17. RAT GUARDS.

    In the Summons Court yesterday, before Mr. P. M. Hishon, P.M., William Miller, master, of the oversea steamer Clan Macindoo, was proceeded against for a ...

    Article : 135 words
  18. PACIFIC MANDATES.

    At a meeting of the Brisbane Subbranch of the H.S.S.I.L.A. last night the following resolution was passed:- "Whilst agreeing with Senator Lynch's ...

    Article : 111 words
  19. HORSE DESTROYED.

    A collision between a two-horse waggon and a tram-car occurred at the intersection of Stanley and Allen streets, South Brisbane, about 2.30 p.m. yesterday. One ...

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  20. CANNED GOODS.

    The Minister in Charge of State Enterprise (Mr. Forgan Smith), announced yesterday that he had been advised that the Commonwealth Government had ...

    Article : 127 words
  21. CITY BURGLARY.

    The Ideal tailor shop, in George-street, opposite Messrn M'Donnell and East's Fremises) was broken into during Wednesday night, and a number of suit lengths ...

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  22. ARCHBISHOP SHARP.

    [?] years ago I had the privilege of listening to one of Dr. Sharp's sermons when he was vicar of a large parish In Leeds (England). There was a ring of ...

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  23. BOY INJURED.

    Shortly before 4 o'clook yesterday after noon, a nine-year-old boy named Hugh Er[?]kine was crossing Edward-street, near Adelaide-street when he slipped on the ...

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  24. COLD STORAGE CONFERENCE.

    In the list of those who took part in the conference between the Minister for Agriculture and representative of the dairying interests and which was reported ...

    Article : 77 words
  25. TRYING JOURNEY.

    DARWIN, Thursday.--A striking instance of the trials and tribulations of isolation is afforded by a young lady mental patient, who had to be brought ...

    Article : 63 words
  26. INCOME TAX PROSECUTIONS

    In the Central Summons Court before Mr. A. Dean, yesterday, Sines were imposed on the following persons for failure to furnish income tax returns or Information to the ...

    Article : 97 words
  27. LOST IN THE BUSH.

    In a message which the police authorities nave received from Cairns it is stated that a report had been received from Bolwarra station that a man whose ...

    Article : 52 words
  28. Advertising

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  29. OLD AND THE YOUNG.

    It is a sign of healthy old age to suffer ...

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