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  2. BRISBANE DIOCESAN SYNOD.

    THE Synod of the Diocess of Brisbane commenced its Annual Session on Wednesday. Morning prayers was said at St. John's Church at 8 a.m.; Litany and celebrating Holy Communion followed at 11 ...

    Article : 2,327 words
  3. DRAYTON.

    William Reynolds v. Daniel McStay.—Excessive impoundage fees. Complaimant said be was the owner of two horses impounded by the defendant on the 27th instant; ...

    Article : 222 words
  4. GYMPIE.

    WE were [?] shown a her of white locking metal, compared of an alloy of gold and silver. In was obtained by the [?] of the [?] Reef, Black Snake, and was the result of [?] ...

    Article : 1,550 words
  5. (From the Courier.)

    ROMA—Tuesday.—Reliable news has been received respecting the Mitchell election.—Mr Handy has been returned.—Weather threatening. GYMPIE — Monday.—Accounts from Imbil are not ...

    Article : 1,947 words
  6. DALBY.

    THERE seems to be a season of the year when the mania of suicide gains on the public mind. In England the number of suicides is greatest in the winter time, and, in a measure, the crime can be ...

    Article : 1,028 words
  7. THURSDAY, JUNE 30.

    The PRESIDENT took the chair and read prayers at a quarter past 4 o'clock. The PRESIDENT said that before proceeding to the motions of the day he thought it right to inform the ...

    Article : 310 words
  8. REPORT OF THE DIOCESAN COUNCIL.

    The SECRETARY laid upon the table the following report of the Diocesan Council, together with the various papers alluded to therein:—"1. In presenting their report for the past year ...

    Article : 1,449 words
  9. THE REAL OVERLAND ROUTE TO ENGLAND.

    A correspondent of the Sydney Morning Herald thinks it not improbable that about thirty years hence a notice something to the following effect will appear in the Sydney journals :— ...

    Article : 225 words
  10. TOOWOOMBA POLICE COURT.

    W. Fitzgerald v. P. Murphy.—This was a wages case, in which the complainant claimed the sum of £9 17s 1½d, for work and labour. Mr. Hamilton for the complainant; Mr. Ocock for ...

    Article : 487 words
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    Advertising : 464 words
  12. PROTECTION V. FREE TRADE.

    SIR,—In last Wednesday's issue you gave us a leading article on Protection. I wish to make a few remarks thereon. Passing over the results of the protective policy of America, let at turn our ...

    Article : 302 words
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