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    A man was found dead in a paddock near here last night. An inquiry is being held. ...

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  3. Advertising

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  4. South Australia.

    The cricket match between Shaw's English Eleven and the Australian. Eleven was commenced on the Adelaide Oval to-day. The weather was delightful, and there was a ...

    Article : 2,061 words
  5. Blackall.

    On Sunday last a youth named M'Kenzie, 10 years of age, nephew of Mr. M'Kenzie. storekeeper, got lost in the b[?]sh a mile from town. As he did not return, black trackers ...

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    It is now definitely announced that the sisters Dechow, at the quarantine station, have developed var[?]a. The disease is not of a severe form, but both patients have ...

    Article : 347 words
  7. Toowoomba Grammar School.

    Yesterday (Friday) afternoon the annual distribution of prizes took place at the Toowoomba Grammar School. There was a very fair assemblage present, and everything ...

    Article : 2,215 words
  8. South Toowoomba State School.

    On Thursday afternoon the annual distribution of prizes at the junior girl's and infant's branch of the above school took place. There were a large number of visitors, more ...

    Article : 1,176 words
  9. Victoria.

    The death of John Herrington, aged 76, who, it is said, came out in the Lady Peel with James Henty in 1821, was reported to-day to the committee of the Melbourne ...

    Article : 46 words
  10. Last Night's Telegrams.

    It is reported in well-informed circles that Earl Granville, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, who has been endeavoring to bring about a settlement between France ...

    Article : 58 words
  11. Family Notices

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  12. Violent Hurricane at Vienna.

    A violent hurricane swept over this city last night, doing a very large amount of damage to property. ...

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    The trial of Captain Loutit, of the Ethel labor schooner, for kidnapping was concluded in the Supreme Court to-day, and resulted in a verdict of acquittal. ...

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    Captain Dudley and Stephens, mate of the yacht Mignonette, which was lost in a gale while a voyage to Australia, who were tried on 4th December, and found guilty of ...

    Article : 99 words
  15. Last Night's Parliament.

    In the Legislative Assembly to-night Mr. Aland moved his motion relative to the alleviation of the debts incurred by Municipalities through waterworks loans. A long ...

    Article : 75 words
  16. The Dalby Sports.

    On Thursday last, Separation Day, the Dalby Gymnasium and Athletic Club held their second annual sports at the show grounds, situated about a quarter of a mile ...

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    The hearing of the libel case Queen v. Webb was resumed at Darlinghurst yesterday. More witnesses, including Sir Alfred Stephen, were examined for the defence. ...

    Article : 249 words
  18. The Niger and Congo Rivers.

    The conference now assembled here for the discussion of questions concerning the Niger and Congo Rivers have agreed that there shall be perfect freedom,of navigation on ...

    Article : 69 words
  19. The Egyptian Financial Difficulty.

    The action brought against the Egyptian Government in consequent of the suspension of payment through Commission de la Ca[?]sse was concluded to-day, and resulted in ...

    Article : 44 words
  20. CAIRO, December 10.

    The Egyptian Government have appealed against the judgment in the action brought against them for suspension of payment through Commission de la Caisse. ...

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  21. The Soudan Expedition.

    The latest telegrams received from the front state that preparation for the advance of the British expedition beyond Dongola are rapidly approaching completion. The ...

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  22. The War in China.

    The French Government have sent instructions to General de Lisle, commander- in- chief of the French forces in Tonquin, and to Admiral Courbet, commander of the French ...

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    In the case of A. G. Taylor [?]. E. Barton, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, which was recently decided by the Full Court in favor of the plaintiff, the Cabinet have given ...

    Article : 83 words
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