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  2. MA[?]RIAL INQUIRY.

    An inquiry was held yesterday afternoon by Mr. W. H. Day, P.M., into the circumstances attending the death of Arthur Preble, a fireman on board the R[?]lagh stamer who was ...

    Article : 490 words
  3. The Brisbane Courier.

    LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL is credited with being inspired by commanding ambition. The society papers declare that his ambition is not only inborn, but fostered by his rich ...

    Article : 5,188 words
  4. THE MOUNT RENNIE OUTRAGE.

    The extraordinary interest excited by the [?]se of the prisoners lying under sentence of [?]ath for the Mount Rennie outrage is indicated by the agitation which has been carried ...

    Article : 1,297 words
  5. LOCAL GOVERNMENT MEETINGS.

    The ordinary meeting of the Shire Council of Toowong was held on Tuesday evening last, when there were present—Mr. Robert Cribb, president, and councillors Mathewson, Payne, ...

    Article : 2,648 words
  6. REUTER'S AGENCY.

    The statement previously telegraphed regarding the Ministerial changes have been substantially confirmed. The Right Hon. W. H. Smith has been appointed First Lord of the Treasury, with ...

    Article : 380 words
  7. YEST[?] FIRES.

    A fire broke o[?] shortly [?]fore 9 o'clock last right in the drapery shop of Mr. W. S. Hurwood, Stanley-street. The shop is one-half of a two-story timber built building [?]e ...

    Article : 1,380 words
  8. ALLEGED DEFENCE FORCE FORGERIES.

    The police were active yesterday[?] but without success, in their search for Sergeant John Northcott, who is suspected of forging or uttering forged cheques, purporting to be ...

    Article : 1,069 words
  9. QUEENSLAND NEWS.

    Articles were signed here yesterday by Kingsmell, the winner of the Caledonian Handicap, and M'Arthur, the second man, to run 100 yards for £100 aside. The race comes off ...

    Article : 712 words
  10. INTERCOLONIAL.

    A large meeting was held at Balmain tonight, called for the purpose of petitioning his Excelleney the Governor to reprieve the prisoners now awaiting execution for the Mount ...

    Article : 964 words
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