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  2. SEPARATION DAY.

    The holiday commemorative of our having [?]ttained independence as a colony was very generally observed yesterday, and the weather, though of course warm, proved admirably ...

    Article : 8,628 words
  3. OUR CABLE MESSAGE.

    MR. NORMAN LOCKYER, the eminent scientist, attributes the present remarkable sunsets to the presence in the atmosphere of volcanic dust from the Javaeruptions. ...

    Article : 591 words
  4. QUEENSLAND NEWS.

    To-day was observed as a close holiday. The weather was splendid, a cool breeze blowing all day. The temperance demonstration was a great success, about 1500 persons being present ...

    Article : 408 words
  5. A NEW COMET.

    THE Melbourne Argus says of a comet which is about to make its appearance in this hemisphere that it is the same as that referred to by Mr. Ellery, the Government astronomer, at a ...

    Article : 1,467 words
  6. THE INTERCOLONIAL CONVENTION.

    At the convention on Saturday Mr. Service brought forward a memorial from the European inhabitants of Fiji. It was decided that four of the clauses of the memorial did not come within ...

    Article : 1,078 words
  7. INTERCOLONIAL.

    A man named Thomas Shand was drowned yesterday through the upsetting of a boat in the harbour. A conference between the Hon. W. J. ...

    Article : 810 words
  8. REUTERS AGENCY.

    A portion of the Australian frozen meat by the Lusitania has been placed on the market in good condition, and fetched 5½d. per lb. THE TURKISH FLEET IN THE RED ...

    Article : 363 words
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