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    MAIZE.—The River maize that reached Sussex-street on Monday was rapidly absorbed, and buyers found difficulty in obtaining supplies. The prices paid ...

    Article : 393 words

    About six months ago Cr. Morrison made a special appeal to Progress Associations to assist the Council in getting the names of persons who allow their ...

    Article : 579 words

    The storm of angry resentment which fell upon the devoted head of the Premier because he called on the citizens to do all in their power to restore the supply ...

    Article : 428 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 24 words

    Officers.—Patrons: Messrs. G. S. Briner, M.P., John Thomson, M.H.R., Murdock McLean. President: Mr. John Cochrane, Vice-Presidents: Messrs. F. J. Jarrett, D. W. Baker, ...

    Article : 355 words
  7. The Clarence & Richmond Examiner.

    The naming of the Capital of the Commonwealth has at last been accomplished. Yesterday, the new city was the scene of a most brilliant gathering. ...

    Article : 668 words
  8. Parliament.

    Parliament, according to the agreement with the strikers, is to meet before the end of next week in order to alter the Industrial Arbitration Act in such a ...

    Article : 240 words
  9. That Heresy Hunt.

    The committee which was appointed by the P.L.L. Conference to inquire into the alleged betrayal of the Labour cause by the Parliamentary Labour party, ...

    Article : 371 words

    To-morrow (Friday) and Saturday Messrs. W. J. Hawthorne and Sons will hold their annual stock sale at the South Grafton yards. This is the firm's 22nd annual sale, ...

    Article : 162 words

    Stallion, 3yrs. and over—J. Shea. Mare, 3yrs. and over—D. W. Baker. Filly, 2yrs. and under 3yrs.—J. P. Wilcox. ...

    Article : 1,225 words
  12. Yass.

    The Yass election is not quite done with yet. It seems that a certain polling place was gazetted, but no poll was held there, but it is stated that a poll ...

    Article : 157 words

    A Melbourne correspondent writes concerning the kangaroo stamp:- Men draw Ministers and their officers aside, and whisper condemnation. Artists ...

    Article : 356 words

    Kyogle, 702 tons, Capt. Farrell, crossed inwards at 6 p.m. on Monday. Passengers —Mesdames Blair, Hancocks, Ensbey, McFarlane; Miss Kay, Kingsley, Ensbey, ...

    Article : 395 words
  15. MINING.

    The Queensland gold yield for February totalled 23,591 ozs., valued at £100,208, a decrease of 4745 ozs. and £20,156 in value compared with February last year. ...

    Article : 574 words
  16. The Gas Strike.

    The actual settlement of the gas strike differed from the account which was given of it by the senior morning journal. Its proprietors are large ...

    Article : 286 words
  17. Accident to Mr. M. Bourke.

    Mr. M. Bourke, Queen-street, carrier, had the misfortune yesterday afternoon, to have his leg broken through falling from a load of hay. It appears while driving along ...

    Article : 163 words

    Mr. J. M. Bonthorne, relieving C.P.S., has been notified by the Justices Department that he is to act in a similar capacity at Taree. ...

    Article : 332 words
  19. Rough on the Politician.

    A certain politician was visiting an outback resident the other day, and, as usual, kissed the baby, at the same time remarking, "He is a fine boy!" "Yes," said the ...

    Article : 68 words
  20. Closer Settlement.

    A correspondent from Woolgoolga writes on the above subject as follows:—In our daily papers one continually reads of the need for Closer Settlement. Now, some ...

    Article : 157 words
  21. Wanted—a Paragon.

    An exchange reprints from a Dubbo paper of the 80's a peculiar advertisement inserted therein by the late Mr. William Ross, of Dilga Station, a brother of the ...

    Article : 270 words
  22. Queensland Railway Construction.

    The construction engineer in charge, of the duplication works at Forest Hill, in his report to the Commission for Railways, states that only a small percentage of the ...

    Article : 118 words
  23. The Storm.

    By a curious coincidence, the close of the gas strike was marked by one of the most severe cyclonic storms which have ever visited the city. Over seven inches ...

    Article : 344 words
  24. Getting Rid of the Tick.

    Mr. Percy Cowley, chairman of the Tick Commission that recently visited America is very hopeful of getting rid of the tick in double quick time. He says:—"The ...

    Article : 130 words
  25. New Light Marvel.

    It is a discovery made by M. Dussand, a Parisian scientist, who claims to haye succeeded in concentrating 2000 candle power, in a single point, and passing 32 volts ...

    Article : 74 words
  26. Official Information.

    Mr. G. S. Briner, M.L.A., has been officially informed:—With reference to a protest dated the 8th instant, presented by you from Messrs. J. Burns; O. Smith, A. Hart and other residents ...

    Article : 233 words
  27. A Warning

    At the Acacia Creek Police Court on Februrary 2, a resident, named James Patrick Morrissey, pleaded guilty to a charge of selling milk from a cow that was ...

    Article : 120 words
  28. Grafton Police Court.

    Yesterday before the P.M., James' Seymour was fined 10s or two days for being drunk in Wharf-street, South Grafton, and for using indecent language ...

    Article : 42 words
  29. What it the Press?

    When recently asked by her youngest daughter, What is the Press?" Lady Beerbohm Tree replied: "My child, the Press is a queer little monster, half angel, ...

    Article : 143 words
  30. Rev. Knight's Arrival.

    The steamer, Port Lincoln, on which the ex-clergyman Knight and Miss Grimes fled from England, arrived off Williamstown on Monday morning. Numbers of reporters ...

    Article : 65 words
  31. Advertising

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    Advertising : 15 words



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