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    MR. E.I.C. BROWNE said that when this Audit Bill was passing through committee it would be necessary to give it careful attention. He believed that the Auditor-General should be ...

    Article : 1,156 words
  3. Letters to the Editor.

    CORRESPONDENTS and SUBSCRIBERS who may change their residences, or who communicate with this office will save themselves annoyance and us much inconvenience by writing their signatures plainly. In ...

    Article : 238 words
  4. Maryborough.

    MISS CHRISTIAN'S concerts have been our chief events this last week. We were afraid that the delay in the steamer would deprive us of the pleasure of hearing her, but she determined to ...

    Article : 394 words
  5. Amusements.

    MISS CHRISTIAN and her talented company returned to Brisbane on Friday from the North. Her success in Rockhampton, Maryborough, and Gympie was extraordinary, and as if in acknow ...

    Article : 846 words
  6. "Could Drive a Coach and Four," Etc.

    SIR,—In a letter which was published a few years ago in the Brisbane Courier, I endeavored, under the authority of two decisions of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, in the ...

    Article : 1,469 words
  7. Cardwell.

    THE three days' excitement about the Boomerang had scarcely died out when other matter for men's tongues sprang up. The ill-fated cutter Albert Edward left Maryborough about ...

    Article : 1,034 words
  8. Toowoomba.

    ON Saturday last, the Trustees of the Toowoomba Grammar School inspected all the available Government land in the vicinity of the town, for the purpose of selecting a site for the ...

    Article : 535 words
  9. Gladstone.

    THE annual races of the Port Curtis Jockey Club took place on the Gladstone Race Course on the 24th instant. The number of people in attendance was smaller than usual. The ...

    Article : 207 words
  10. Dalby.

    AT a meeting of the School of Arts Committee held on Monday evening last, Dr. Howlin in the chair, it was resolved that the Government Endowment of one hundred pounds should be ...

    Article : 940 words

    Mr. DICKSON brought up the report of the Select Committee on Smelting and Assaying, which was ordered to be printed. Mr. LOW asked the Secretary for Public ...

    Article : 1,923 words
  12. Warwick.

    WE have had a tolerably busy week. First and foremost, the laying of the foundation stone of the new Primary SchooL We had a most lovely day for the ceremony, and everything ...

    Article : 689 words
  13. Country News, by Mail.

    DURING the last two days the weather has changed, and this afternoon there is every prospect of rain. The farms and gardens do not stand in need of such a visitation at present, and ...

    Article : 906 words



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