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  2. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,039 words
  3. Maryborough.

    THE principal topic since my last has been the Pastoral and Agricultural Show, which was moderately, and only moderately, successful. The display of live stock was limited, but this had ...

    Article : 686 words
  4. Queensland Acclimatisation Society.

    THE ordinary monthly meeting of the society was held yesterday afternoon, the following gentlemen being present:—Mr. L. A. Bernays, vice-president, in the chair; Mr. John Fenwick, Dr. ...

    Article : 1,663 words
  5. Hughenden.

    A FEW months since you kindly found room in the columns of the Queenslander for the communication by a "Resident;" in that letter he touched upon various matters which formed a ...

    Article : 876 words
  6. City Police Court.

    BEFORE the police-magistrate and Messrs. R. Bulcock and Colonel Ross, JJ.P. DRUNKENNESS.—James Allan, for being drunk while in charge of his horse and cart, was fined ...

    Article : 390 words
  7. Beenleigh.

    AT the Beenleigh police court, Frederick Ransley, who had been remanded from time to time, charged with having at his licensed publichouse at Yatala supplied intoxicating liquors to ...

    Article : 340 words
  8. Communist or Convict.

    SIR,—I am always learning something new in Queensland. It is refreshing to be taught things. The impartial mind should ever be open to conviction, but when I penned the article on ...

    Article : 555 words
  9. All Saints' Church.

    SIR,—In reply to "Churchman's" letter of June 16, Mr. O'Connor quotes Messrs. Bourne and Stanley's report for 1877, leaving untouched the question of extending a mortgage with a ...

    Article : 254 words
  10. Hemmant. (LATE DOUGHBOY CREEK.)

    JACK FROST has been down this way lately, and the potato vines show unmistakable marks of his visit; but as yet the cane is all right, only a few leaves here and there showing traces of the ...

    Article : 448 words
  11. Taroom.

    FOR some time past nothing has occurred here worthy of being chronicled, but this monotony will be shortly somewhat relieved by the advent of the annual races, which take place on the ...

    Article : 360 words
  12. Intoxicating Liquor Traffic.

    SIR,—For the last thirty years or more of my life I have heard, at all times and in all places, dinged in my ears, that great bugbear, and party, and political cry of the "licensed publicans"—rascal, ...

    Article : 1,135 words
  13. Townsville.

    MONDAY, May 26, was a day worthy the honor of being set apart for the celebration of a Queen's Birthday; the weather was all that could be desired by the most fastidious. From an early ...

    Article : 655 words
  14. Marathon District Pastoral and Agricultural Society.

    WE have just passed through the annual carnival week, and a most enjoyable one it has been. The rain and general aspect of the weather the previous week led many to fear that the ...

    Article : 802 words
  15. Bundaberg.

    AN amateur Christy Minstrel concert, given in aid of the Primary School Gymnasium and the hospital, on Tuesday evening, was an immense success. The hall was crowded to excess, and ...

    Article : 445 words
  16. Burke River.

    THE remains of poor Ferguson, that were found on Spring creek in February last, still lie unburied. I hear also that those of his brother, who perished about the same time near the ...

    Article : 235 words
  17. Maranoa, District.

    MY complaint in a former letter—in re postal service—had its effects, and since the 10th of this month things have been put to rights. I must say that the Brisbane office was not to ...

    Article : 192 words

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