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  2. THE RUSH TO KLONDYKE.

    The special correspondent of Reuter's Agency, writing from Rennett (British Columbia) on the 27th of May last, says— ...

    Article : 2,393 words
  3. SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. TUB TURF.

    The Secretary, Mr. A. Hyde, has forwarded the programmes of coming meetings arranged by the Queenslaud Turf Club. The first of these is the October Meeting, to take ...

    Article : 668 words
  4. A QUEENSLAND PIONEER

    On Sunday morning, the 14th instant, the long life of Mr. John Collins, of Mundoolun, Logan River, came to an end. The following account of his life and work will ...

    Article : 902 words
  5. CLERMONT.

    Mining news is not of too cheeting a nature. There is only one claim as far as I can learn beside the prospector's at M'Master's new rush that has [?] proved payable, but ...

    Article : 899 words
  6. LONGREACH.

    On Monday an Appeal Court against the valuation imposed by thu Aramac Divisional Board on the properties in No. 1 subdivision was held before Mr. P. G. Grant, Police ...

    Article : 2,112 words
  7. THE FOREIGN TRADE OF EGYPT.

    According to the Egyptian Customs report for 1897 the value of imports, including tobacco, which represents £534,000, was £10,869,000, being an ...

    Article : 378 words
  8. CRICKET.

    English county matches are brought to the 28th of July by latest files. Hampshire and Surrey drew. Hampshire: 381 and 185 (Hill 199 and I, English 23 and 98). Surrey: 437 ...

    Article : 388 words
  9. TAKING COLD EASILY.

    We notice that many people are susceptible to taking cold on the least exposure of the body to sudden changes of temperature. The body becomes over-beated and ...

    Article : 431 words
  10. FIGHT WITH A BURGLAR.

    An exciting encounter took place with a burglar at Richmond yesterday, says the Melbourne "Argus" of the 10th instant, when Mr. Stirling, L.R.C.S., well known as ...

    Article : 910 words
  11. Four Barrels of Gold.

    Once a man of the labouring class who had often wished to be rich was offered all the money be wished for if be would accept, without a murmur, the troubles and ...

    Article : 464 words
  12. PEOPLE YOU KNOW.

    Mr. T. STREATER writes: "I have received so much benefit from Dr. Tibbles Vi-Cocoa I feel that I must thank you for it. I am a baker by trade, which, as you ...

    Article : 301 words
  13. CYCLING.

    The Austral Cycle Agency here seem to have struck a good idea for the convenience of cyclists generally. As notified in another column, they intend printing from time to ...

    Article : 185 words
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    Advertising : 144 words
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