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  2. Queensland Parliament.

    MR. FITZ presented a petition (which had been delayed through some mistake) from the Maryborough Chamber of Commerce, praying that the Insolvency Bill be referred to a select ...

    Article : 1,118 words
  3. The Opening of the Brisbane Bridge.

    MONDAY, the 15th June, 1874, will long be remembered as a red-letter day in the annals of Brisbane, as the day upon which took place that long-looked-for event, the opening for traffic ...

    Article : 3,608 words
  4. The First Land Sale at Cooktown.

    WEDNESDAY, the 19th May (says the Courier) was a red-letter day in the annals of Cooktown inasmuch as the first land sale was inaugurated at the local Court-house on that day. Mr. ...

    Article : 1,203 words
  5. General News.

    THE following announcements appeared in Saturday's Government Gazette:— APPOINTMENTS.—William Henry Day to be Police Magistrate at Brisbane during the absence ...

    Article : 718 words

    Mr. Jacob Low, seated on petition, was introduced by Messrs. Macalister and Miles, and took the oaths and his seat for the electorate of Balonne. ...

    Article : 3,946 words



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