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  2. CABLEGRAMS.

    Owing to the continued disturbances in Formosa, a party of German sailors has been fonded at Tamsui for the purpose of protecting the foreigners there. ...

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  3. OUR LONDON LETTER.

    There is no use blinking the fact that the onerous duties of Prime Minister [?] proving too much for Lord Rosebery, and it is not at all improbable that his medical advisers will ...

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    Mr. K. M. Grant, Hon. Secretary of the Rugby Football Union, has received the following telegram from Mr. W. A. Rand, Hon. Secretary of the New South Wales Rugby ...

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  5. THE WEATHER.

    The following is the weather forecast for Queensland for to-morrow (Tuesday):—Some rain, with strong south-easterly winds, is likely along the seaboard, and areas of fresh ...

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  6. CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir,—A letter appeared in your issue of the 6th instant signed "Citizen," relative to the Hughenden and Winton Railway, which I cannot allow to pass without protest ...

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  7. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] NEW SOUTH WALES.

    H.M.S. Wallaroo, after a Cruise Of eleven months among the South Sea Islands, returned on Saturday, During her absence the crew suffered from island fever. The men ...

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  8. CAPELLA.

    Since the shearing season finished in our locality all things seem very dull. This part of the country is much in need of a good downpour of rain as the waterholes are ...

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  9. ANAKIE.

    The weather in these parts is keeping very dry. A slight shower of rain fell on Tuesday, but its only effect was just to wet the surface of the land, and since then we ...

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  10. QUEENSLAND NEWS.

    The Under Secrctury to the Post and Telegraph Department has received a telegram from the officer in charge of the northern division of the department, giving ...

    Article : 516 words
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  12. MINING NOTES.

    The following applications have been posted at the office of thc Gold Warden: — MONDAY.— Mr. John Houlihan, applying for abandoned residence area No. 839, ...

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  13. CLERMONT.

    Macdonald's Flat, says the Peal: Downs Telegram of Saturday last, still continues to yield a handsome amount of gold weekly, and gradually the field is extending. At present ...

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  14. VICTORIA.

    Kute Horton, aged twenty-seven years, wife of a man who was sentenced to three years' imprisonment for fowl stealing, died yesterday in consequence of injuries received ...

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  15. JERICHO.

    The total rainfall since my last letter has been under an inch, and everything is beginning to wear a dry, parched, and dreary aspect. But the clouds have been banking ...

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  16. NEW ZEALAND.

    A sail drowning accident occurred at Mavinkaw Harbour to-day. Two brothers named Laurie were out fishing when a sudden small capsized the boat, and both were ...

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  17. JUNDAH.

    The Licensing Court and the special Court for appointing a poundkecper have had to be adjourned from time to time, in the first instance to give the publicans of Jundah, ...

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