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  2. Local and General News.

    Regarding this remedy an announcement appears elsewhere. The medicine is stated to contain many curative properties, acts quickly and surely on children with croup, ordinary ...

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    Yesterday morning (says the Wettern Star) some excitement was manifested in Roma at a report which became current of a mail contractor having been stuck up at some place ...

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  5. Newcastle Colliery Strike.

    The colliery strike at Newcastle commenced this morning, and only a few Email pita ere working. Good order prevails throughout, and now all that remains is to see who can best ...

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  6. The Killarney W.C.T.U.

    The Killarney branch of the Women's Christian Temperance Union held their first social in the Protestant Hall last night, which was attended by some 150 members and ...

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  7. Public Holiday.

    A public holiday in the [?]ifton district has been proclnimed for the 28th May, being the occasion of the races. ...

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  8. In Destitute Circumstances.

    Sir Henry Parkes leaves his widow and his second family in almost destitute circumstances, as the sum of £9000 collected for him some years back has to be divided among the ...

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  9. Crown Land Sale.

    A sale of Crown lanes was bold at the Courthouse on Tuesday last. The lots submitted are situate in the town of Hendon and in the parish of Leyburn. Lot 1, having an area of ...

    Article : 107 words
  10. The Queensland Parliament.

    In the new Queensland Legislative Assembly there ace 13 merchants and storekeepers, 10 Braziers, 8 newspaper men, 7 gentlemen, 6 lawyers, 6 agriculturists, 4 mining speculators, ...

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  11. Kissing the Book.

    An exchange points out that it cannot be too widely known that nobody is bound to "kiss the Book" at all. Any witness may, it be chooses, elect to be sworn in the Scotch ...

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  12. Wood Templars.

    The weekly session of the Victoria lodge was held in the Protestant Hall on Monday evening. The Chief Templar (Bro. A. Jutsum) presided. The business of the evening being ...

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    In view of the strike of coal miners at Newcastle which took place this week, a few particulars of the coal trade at that port will be interesting ...

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  14. A Lucky Township.

    Berrigan, which is a township with a population of 200, is said to be the luckiest place in the colony (says the Sydney Daily Telegraph). Some time ago, a prominent resident ...

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  15. Brisbane Flour Market.

    The Courier says:—A fair business is reported in flour. The local makes of flour from Californian wheat are quoted at £11 to £12 per ton, according to parcel, and a number of ...

    Article : 116 words
  16. Legislative Councillors.

    Humour hag been busy daring the last few days (says the Telegraph) with the Dames of several gentlemen, who, it was stated, would be appointed to the Upper House. We have ...

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  17. Gold Baths for Typhold.

    The cold bath treatment of typhoid controversy in Melbourne contains Borne interesting bits of information. One correspondent to the Herald says:—"I have read the ...

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  18. Distinguished Visitors.

    Mr. John Lowles, the Conservative member for Haggerston (Shoreditch), and Mr. John Taylor, of London, passed through Warwick by the mail train on Thursday afternoon. By ...

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  19. Local Government Laws.

    A proclamation has been issued, summoning a Royal Commission to inquire into the working of the local government laws, and to make any suggestions as to the amendment and ...

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  20. Warwick Examiner AND TIMES.

    The demise of Sir Henry Parkes on Monday last has been the all absorbing topic during the week, and throughout Australia, in fact the English speaking ...

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  21. Football Notes.

    The adjourned general meeting of the Yangan Football Club was held on Thursday, April 22nd, in Mr. J. Rigby's house. Mr. Joe Rigby was voted to the obair. The subscription ...

    Article : 466 words
  22. The Meanest Bridegroom.

    The honor of having the meanest bridegroom yet reported is assigned to Owosso, Mich., fay the Chicago Harald. The story is that a prominent Baptist clergyman of that ...

    Article : 138 words
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  24. The Split in the Salvation Army.

    The resignation of Ur. and Mrs. Ballington Booth has caused a split in the Salvation Army. A cablegram from New York says that Mr. Ballington Booth has named the ...

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    Messrs. J. Jackson & Co. report for the week ending April 29th:—Business—fairly brisk, Butter—Market improving. Bacon—Soarce, prime qualities in good demand. ...

    Article : 424 words
  26. Orange Blossoms.

    On Monday morning last a very quiet wedding took place at St. Patrick's Church, Toowoomba, the contracting parties being Mr. Albert Hugh McShane, the Downs representative of the ...

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  28. Scene in a Churchyard.

    A gruesome scene was enacted at the Clamar cemetery, Paris, and the greatest excitement prevailed in the neighbourhood over the affair. AD old man named Matlet, who died in a ...

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  30. A Bush Tragedy.

    A magisterial inquiry has been held in Longreach into the circumstances surrounding the death of a well-known cheater named William Gardour by strychnine poisoning. The ...

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    The Lockyer Star says that Saturday was another boom day among the produce men, the railway yards being crowded with farmers bringing in corn and bay and chaff. Although ...

    Article : 239 words
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  34. An Unexpected Find.

    The Dalby Herald says: One day last week when Mr. M. Ford, clerk to the Wambo Divisional Board, was cleaning out his sate and searching for something he could not find, he ...

    Article : 211 words
  35. Peculiar Discovery in a Boy's Stomach.

    An example of the peculiar sympathetic attraction existing between water end milk before it reaches the consumer's hands, and also of the pernicious effects of overloading the ...

    Article : 157 words
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