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  2. MR. PAR[?]ELL IN CLARE.

    ENGLISH readers will turn to-day with annual interest to the speech delivered on Monday at M[?] town Malbay by Mr. Parnell. They will not find in it anything ...

    Article : 1,426 words
  3. VICTORIA.

    THE question of the day just now is the defences of the colony. As usual whenever there is a war seare, the authorities have woje up to the fact that our means, of protection ...

    Article : 2,093 words
  4. THE PROSPECT OF CLASS STRI[?]E IN AMERICA.

    TIME was when the world looked to the United States as a haven of happinga for the people of all countries. There the man who was ready to work could be sure of ...

    Article : 1,416 words
  5. ABOUT OUR DYNAMITERS.

    IT is never a pleasant thing to confess to helpless bewilderment, and not always necessary. There can be no satisfaction in doing so in the case of the dynamite ...

    Article : 1,266 words
  6. SOUTHPORT REGATTA.

    Sir,—As your correspondent "Tell Tale" is, I understand, away from Brisbane, I take the liberty of criticising the programme of above regatta as printed in last Saturday's Courier. ...

    Article : 351 words
  7. THE [?]LATION OF THE STATE TO PROPERTY.

    IT is nearly time that the country should think out the relation of the State to property, as it now is, and as it intends to be in future. There is a drift just now in the ...

    Article : 2,475 words
  8. KIRCH[?].

    THIS flourishing village is situated about six miles west of Glamorgan Vale, and can now boast of a public-house, kept by Mr. H. Lutz., a store or two, and a sugar-mill. There is also ...

    Article : 383 words
  9. OUR NEW POSTMASTER-GENERAL.

    SIR,—Now that the appointment of the new Postmaster-General is settled. I have a few remarks to make in reference thereto. There are thirty-five members on the ...

    Article : 410 words
  10. CLARENCE AND RICHMOND.

    THE weather is warm and sunshiny, with occasional light showers. The showers of this week have not penetrated the ground. A downpour of rain is required to saturate the ...

    Article : 574 words
  11. THE BRIDGE.

    SIR,—Having read the remarks of your correspondent who signs himself "Justice," I feel inclined to think that he is an interested party, and therefore not able to judge the ...

    Article : 686 words
  12. TENTERFIELD.

    COSIDERABLE interest has been felt here, and all along the Glen Innes railway line, in the result of the Stanthorpe extension tendering, and amongst all who know anything of the ...

    Article : 545 words
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