In a previous issue attention was called to the abominable stench pervading at atmosphere at the lower end of East-street, with the hope that the authorities would in ...Article : 84 words
Arrangements have been made for the removal of the body of General Koch, of the German Army (who was taken prisoner by the British forces at the Battle ...Article : 609 words
At the request of many friends, Miss Hall has resolved to give one other concent. This will take place to-morrow evening in the School of Arts, and will be of a ...Article : 182 words
In the Legislative Assembly to day, The House went at once into Committee of Supply on the Chief Secretary's Department. ...Article : 845 words
The Spring Meeting of the Victoria Racing Club was continued to-day, when the great race of the meeting, the Melbourne Cup, was run. The race was won ...Article : 1,736 words
The " Morning Post " stated that the detectives have discovered the author of the explosion which resulted in the destruction of the American cruiser Maine, while lying ...Article : 79 words
The weather continues close and muggy. The shade readings of the thermometer for the twenty-four hours ended at 9 a.m. yesterday were as follow:—Rockhampton, ...Article : 86 words
Mr. G. S. Curtis has arranged to hold a sale of land on the ground at Emu Park to-morrow. Quite a number of special trains will be running to the Park to-morrow, ...Article : 61 words
The bi-monthly meeting of the Fitzroy Bridge Board will be held this morning. ...Article : 13 words
The wreck Thermopylae, which ship was strantled on the coast of Cape Colony, has now finally dispersed. ...Article : 24 words
A new departure in musical entertainments in Rockhampton, was taken yesterday afternoon by the gifted Queensland pianist, Miss Elsie Hall, giving a matinee ...Article : 504 words
The following is a return of the earnings of the Central Railway for October:—Passenger fares, [?]4066 16s. 3d.; parcels receipts, [?]454 13s. 10d.; goods receipts, ...Article : 112 words
It is stabed that Lord Kitchener intends to open the Soudan to all-comers in December next. ...Article : 25 words
Mr. Edgar Vincent, Conservative, has been elected for Exeter by 659 votes, defeating Mr. Bright, Liberal. ...Article : 29 words
Major Eisterhazy, who figured so conspicuously in the Dreyfus case, has been sentenced to three years' imprisonment for swindling, and has been ordered to repay ...Article : 41 words
The quarterly meeting of the Guiding Star Lodge, No. 104, I.O.G.T., was held last night in the Oddfellows' Hall, Denhamstreet. There was a large attendance of ...Article : 121 words
Reuter's Agency states it is officially announced in Berlin that Germany does not intend to abandon any claim to Samoa. ...Article : 40 words
The staff of the Chief Mechanical Engineer's Department are having a very busy time at present owing to extensive additions being made to the railway rolling ...Article : 528 words
The military drama "Called to Arma" was repeated at the Theatre Royal last evening. To-night there will be a change of programme, when "With Flying ...Article : 126 words
The following information appeared in Saturday's "Government Gazette":—Constable Michael Daly is appointed acting clerk of petty sessions and inspector of ...Article : 164 words
Tenders are invited locally, for labour in connection with banks, earthworks, and fittings to be carried out in improving the railway accommodation at Emerald. ...Article : 434 words
At the Police Court yesterday, before the Police Magistrate, Alexander Patterson and James Jackson, charged with drunkenness, were [?] fined 10s, or twenty-four ...Article : 433 words
Of ninety-eight passengers [?] who were quarantined at the [?] six have been released. These [?] set free in the course of a few days. ...Article : 45 words
Most of the southern athletes who are to take part in the forthcoming athletic championships have now arrived, and are quartered in Brisbane. A programme of ...Article : 62 words
The agents of the Cornwall, Messrs. Birt and Co., have received an advice this morning that the steamer Cornwall, bound for South Africa, cleared Sydney Head's at a ...Article : 188 words
Sir,—I noticed in your last issue the handicaps for the annual regatta of the Fitzroy Sailing Club. I am not a member of the club, but take a great interest in sailing, ...Article : 226 words
It has been decided to play a return match with Queensland immediately after the conclusion of the Sydney match. The team will start for Brisbane on the 22nd ...Article : 42 words
CADBUBY'S COCOA is a perfect food, and is not reduced in value by the addition of starch or sugar, as so many cocoas are, nor does it contain any portion whatever of ...Article : 113 words
The following is the weather forecast for Queensland for to-morrow (Wednesday), as issued form the Chief Weather Bureau today:—Although fair weather will prevail, ...Article : 82 words
The Police Magistrate yesterday granted permission to Charles Redman, [?] of the Railway Hotel, Emu Park, to have music and dancing on his premises up to ...Article : 36 words
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