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  2. The Logan and Albert Jockey Clab Annual Meeting.

    THURSDAY morning dawned bright and fair, and it was evident that St. Patrick had made all the necessary arrangements with the clerk of the weather for a beautiful day on the 17th, in fact ...

    Article : 1,973 words
  3. Sporting Gossip.

    A HORSE-ONWER'S duty towards the public is a matter that is constantly cropping up, and the scratching of Grand Flaueur for the Australian Cup has again brought it before us, though I ...

    Article : 1,539 words
  4. Supreme Court.

    BEFORE his Honour the Chief Justice. O'MEARA V. ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY. This is an action brought by Patrick O'Meara, of Dalby, to recover from the Royal Insurance ...

    Article : 1,419 words
  5. Official Notifications.

    APPOINTMENTS.—Hugh Monckton to be a trustee of the Maryborough Grammar School, [?]iec the Hon. A. H. Brown, absent from the colony; senior-constable H. Ludgate, to be ...

    Article : 626 words
  6. Upper Coomera.

    ESCAPADES may be natural enough in the heyday youth of new institutions, and the case of Porter v. Coomera Divisional Board, decided last Tuesday at Beenleigh, completes the list of ...

    Article : 279 words
  7. The Q. T. C.

    GENTLEMEN,—I called twice at the office of the Queensland Turf Club between half-past 1 and half-past 3 on Tuesday afternoon, with the note you entrusted me to deliver to the secretary; ...

    Article : 453 words
  8. The Case of Miss Devereux.

    SIR,—Can you inform me if anything is being done to rescue Miss Devereux from the dreadful position in which she is placed—She, a refined and innocent woman, condemned to herd with ...

    Article : 56 words
  9. Nerang.

    IN matters connected with our Divisional Board the business I mentioned in my former letter as to be introduced was duly considered at their meeting, and, with the exception of ...

    Article : 604 words
  10. Rockhampton.

    FARMERS and selectors here are very auxious, and some of them downhearted at the turn the weather has taken. Just when their hopes had begun to rise as the rain descended the weather ...

    Article : 1,157 words
  11. The Ithaca Divisional Board.

    SIR,—In your issue of even date appears a letter signed Alexander Hall, late member of the board, in which he refers to a letter written by J. L. Bale, chairman Ithaca Divisional Board, ...

    Article : 355 words
  12. Railway Traffic Earnings.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 552 words
  13. City Police Court.

    BEFORE Mr. W. H. Day, assistant policemagistrate, and Mr. J. H. Adams, J. P. DRUNKENNESS. One drunkard was discharged, and another— ...

    Article : 666 words
  14. Political Reform.

    SIR,—The Political Reform League have requested me to give their views and opinions, in reply to a subleader which appeared in the Courier last Tuesday, Match 14. Your leader ...

    Article : 964 words
  15. Boulia, Burke River.

    I REGRET to report continuous dry weather, with hot dry winds. Within the last two or three days clouds have gathered up, and gave hope for favourable change, but there has been no ...

    Article : 247 words

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