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  2. RANDOM REFLECTIONS.

    I had something to say last week about the [?]-Alico $prings railway, and as railways have, always had a [?] for me I have been ...

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  3. THE CHURCHES.

    The morning services next Sunday St. Paul's Cathedral will be as usual— Holy Communion 7-30, song [?], [?] On the Sunday evenings in [?] ...

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  4. SIXTY YEARS IN QUEENSLAND.

    A name that has frequently appeared in these reminiscences is that of John Arthur Macartney, who, with the exception of the Arch[?] had probably ...

    Article : 841 words
  5. ALLEGED [?] OF ur [?].

    The last expedition of Dr. Ludwig [?]rdt was in 1818, and in a few months as he got into the unknown north or west all trace of him was ...

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  6. AUCTION SALES.

    On Wednesday next, at ll o'clock, Messrs. Steen and Cullen will offer at their mart on easy terms, a six-roomed residence, with three verandahs and ...

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  7. GALLANT GREENS

    At a meeting of the proopsed Eastern Sub[?] Football Club held last night it was decided that as no senior Fitzroy team had reformed this year, the club ...

    Article : 343 words
  8. ARAMAC.

    The monthly meeting of the Aramac Shire Council was held on Saturday last. There were present:— Messrs.S. H. Fraser (Chairman), A.E.B. Duke, ...

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  9. TWO ECCENTRIC PIONEERS.

    When two or three old residents meet to have a "clark" about old times, they are almost certain to ask each other, " Do you remember Old Johnny ...

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  10. SALE OF RANGE ALLOTMENTS.

    This afternoon at 3 o'clock, on the ground, Agnes-street. The Range, near the Boys' Grammar School and opposite the residence of his Lordship ...

    Article : 145 words
  11. D. D. DAWSON & CO.

    Under instructions from Mrs. E. Macdonald, Messrs. D. D. Dawson and Co. will submit for sale by public auction at their rooms, William-street, at 11 ...

    Article : 102 words
  12. MONEY TO BURN.

    The easy manner in which some people yield up their money to complete strangers, under various pretexts, are well known, but the latest instance ...

    Article : 171 words
  13. MATERNAL.

    "Beauly contests, said William W[?]berry the veteran inventor of the moustache cup, at a Hollywood lunch[?], "are more peaceful affairs than ...

    Article : 75 words
  14. THE MYSTERIOUS BULLOCK.

    Soon after Wilangie Station, near St. Lawrence, was taken up, a myeterious old bulloek came out of the serub on to the open parts of the run. ...

    Article : 334 words
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