MR. SIMPSON, in moving the second reading of a bill dealing with this offence, said his reason for bringing it forward was because it had been made known to him that several cases had taken ...Article : 556 words
THE Hon. H.G. Simpson has introduced "A Bill to Prohibit Riotous Conduct in Places of Religious Worship." It seems strange, and by no means creditable, that in a community like ours ...Article : 387 words
A DEPUTATION, consisting of the representatives from Brisbane, Oxley, Bulimba, Indooroopilly, and Doughboy—amongst whom were Messrs. S. Fraser, M.L.A., and R.A. Kingston, M.L.A.— ...Article : 1,049 words
THE following notifications appear in Saturday's Government Gazette:- APPOINTMENTS.—William Archer, Edward Cross, Hugh M'Donald, Michael Rliey, and ...Article : 434 words
Mr. HEMMANT laid upon the table, a return relative to expenditure north of Cape Palmerston, for the year 1874, on motion of Mr. Macrossan.-Ordered to be printed. ...Article : 8,027 words
THE first train carrying passengers from the Brisbane terminus started at half-past 6 o'clock Monday morning, and, in spite of the earliness of the hour, a number of persons had assembled ...Article : 773 words
THE State Education Bill of 1875, brought in by the Hon. the Attorney-General, proposes to enact that "The trustees committee of management teachers or other person now receiving ...Article : 501 words
A LITTLE after 12 o'clock on "Wednesday [?]ight the Jason, which was lying in the stream, opposite the Union Saw Mills, was noticed to be on fire. There were at the time the captain and ...Article : 309 words
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