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  2. THAT STENCH AGAIN.

    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
  3. THE WAR.

    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
  4. [?] ELSIE HALL.

    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
  5. PARLIAMENTARY NEWS.

    In the Legislative Assembly to day, The House went at once into Committee of Supply on the Chief Secretary's Department. ...

    Article : 845 words
  6. VICTORIA RAGING CLUB SPRING MEETING.

    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 ...

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  7. CABLE MESSAGES. THE WRECK OF THE MAINE.

    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
  8. THE WEATHER.

    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
  9. LAND SALES.

    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
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    The bi-monthly meeting of the Fitzroy Bridge Board will be held this morning. ...

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  11. WRECK OF THE THERMOPYLAE.

    The wreck Thermopylae, which ship was strantled on the coast of Cape Colony, has now finally dispersed. ...

    Article : 24 words
  12. MISS ELSIE HALL.

    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
  13. CENTRAL RAILWAY EARNINGS.

    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
  14. THE SOUDAN.

    It is stabed that Lord Kitchener intends to open the Soudan to all-comers in December next. ...

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  15. A BYE-ELECTION.

    Mr. Edgar Vincent, Conservative, has been elected for Exeter by 659 votes, defeating Mr. Bright, Liberal. ...

    Article : 29 words
  16. MAJOR ESTERILAZY IMPRISONED.

    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
  17. GOOD TEMPLARS.

    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
  18. SAMOA.

    Reuter's Agency states it is officially announced in Berlin that Germany does not intend to abandon any claim to Samoa. ...

    Article : 40 words
  19. QUEENSLAND NEWS.

    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
  20. WOODS-WILLIAMSON COMPANY.

    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
  21. GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NOTICES.

    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
  22. EMERALD.

    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
  23. THE POLICE COURT.

    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
  24. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS

    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
  25. SPORTING NEWS. [By Telegraph.] ATHLETICS.

    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
  26. IN THE COLONIES.

    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
  27. CORRESPONDENCE.

    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
  28. CRICKET.

    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
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    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
  30. THE WEATHER.

    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
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    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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