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    The result of the municipal election was the return of the old representatives, there being an especially sweeping majority in the South Ward. The polling was ...

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    Before Mr. Commissioner Warner, on the 1st. instant. Applications for Selections: Agricultural Homesteads.—Accepted: R. Ireland and E. ...

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  5. DAUBY.

    The municipal election took place to-day. The poll was declared at 6 o'clock as follows:—Thomas Long, 76; John Hodge, 68; Edward Ryan, 75; William O'Keeffe, 61; ...

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  6. LOWOOD.

    The weather is still delightfully cool, with strong westerly wind blowing. Up to timeof writing 134 bags of maize were delivered to-day at the railway station, and these, ...

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  7. ROMA.

    The municipal elections to-day resulted in the re-election of Aldermen Alford, Rogers, and Bones. ...

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    The Sydney yacht Bronzewing won the one-rater event at the Auckland regatta to-day. ...

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    The election for two seats in the Municipal Council took place to-day, and the polling resulted as follows:—John Armstrong (reelected). 91: George Barber, 57; Achille ...

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  10. Queensland News.

    At a meeting of the Bundamba Divisional Board, held yesterday, Mr. Harry Ferrett was appointed chairman for the ensuing year. It was decided that the Brassall Board should ...

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    Before Mr. Commissioner Board, on the 3rd instant. Applications for Selections: Agricultural Homesteads.-Accepted: A. Humphries, F. ...

    Article : 117 words
  12. GYMPIE.

    At the municipal elections to-day, A. Lister and S. J. Ashford tied, with 620 votes each, and E. B. Davidson polled 561. ...

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    The following gentlemen have been elected as chairmen of the various local authorities mentioned:—Gowrie Divisional Board, Mr. Michael Laracy; Drayton Shire Council, ...

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    The municipal elections to-day resulted in the return of Messrs. Charles Rabaa, R. S. Warry, and W. H. Williams. Mr. J. M. Dawson, one of the retiring aldermen, was ...

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    Before Mr. Commissioner Starcke, on the 1st instant. Applications for Selections: Agricultural Homesteads.—Accepted: J. Thomasson, 40a., ...

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    The municipal elections to-day were very closely contested, the polling for the three vacant seats resulting as follows:—W. F. Marshall, 256; James Cullen, 252; R. ...

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    A petition has been drawn up, and is being very largely signed in the neighbourhood, urging on the Government the advisableness of repurchasing the St. Helens ...

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  18. ESK.

    The usual monthly sale of pigs by the Esk Central Pig-yard Company has been fixed for the 15th instant, and, as the booking is heavy, another successful sale is ...

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    The municipal elections took place to-day, the following being the result of the polling: -J. Y. Foote, 63; W. J. Manning, 60; W. H. M'Cann, 52; E. Rosensten, 38. The two ...

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    In the sailing race yesterday for the Prince Alfred Yacht Club's Handicap for fifteen rating and under, Mr. S. Hordern's new five-rater White Wings won easily, the ...

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    The municipal elections took place to-day. At North Rockhampton, W.A. Reany, C.O. Gough, and F. Burgoyne were returned. At Rockhampton, R. M'Clelland was re-elected ...

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    Messrs. C. A. F. Sparre and Joseph Lynam were the successful candidates at the municipal elections to-day, against J. Thompson and Martin Hind respectively. ...

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  23. BOONAH.

    Notwithstanding the grand rain which fell at the beginning of the week, the farmers still are asking for more. The Teviot Brook rose most rapidly, and was well over the ...

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  24. A Swimming Record.

    F. Lane, competing for the President's Cup in the 300 yards race of the Palace Emporium Swimming Club yesterday, covered the distance in 3min. 46 3/5sec., lowering the ...

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    The following are the results of the polling at the municipal elections to-day:—North Ward: E. D. Miles, 194; Jevert. 53. South Ward: C. Fraser. 143; D. Winterbottom. ...

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    This is the first year that crops of maize have been such a failure. Hundreds of acres of old and new ground were prepared early in the season, and only in an odd ...

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  27. Intercolonial Sailing Race.

    The race for the 18-footers' Intercolonial Championship was sailed to-day, the course being, the same as In the 18-footers' Challenge Race on Saturday last. The ...

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  28. LAIDLEY.

    A full committee meeting of the Lockyer Agricultural and Industrial Society was held on Saturday last in the office in Williamstreet. Most of the joint Laidley and ...

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    The municipal elections to-day resulted as follow:—Curtis, 95; Suter, 89; Lawrie, 77; O'Leary, 48; Wilson, 43. The three firstnamed were elected. Auditors: M'Larty, ...

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