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  2. CABLE MESSAGES.

    The French Government has issued a yellow book containing despatches on the Now Hobrides question, but nothing new is disclosed. ...

    Article : 1,037 words
  3. COUNTRY MAILS.

    The Cunnamulla Express says that the late genial rains have given assurance of a coming good season Although feed was not short nor water scarce, neither one nor the other it was ...

    Article : 2,349 words
  4. INTERCOLONIAL.

    The aborigines are to be treated with special liberality during the curront year in honour of the centenary of the colony, and the vote placed at disposal for the aborigines will be increased ...

    Article : 1,304 words
  5. IPSWICH.

    John M'Govorn, a single man, 44 years of age, was severely injured while driving a bullock team in the neighbourhood of Esk on Tuesday evening last. One of the bullooka ...

    Article : 611 words
  6. QUEENSLAND NEWS.

    At a general meeting of the Central Warrego Racing Club the following resolution was unanimously agreed to:—"That after the recent Q.T.C. race meeting in November last, and the ...

    Article : 264 words
  7. BURNING OF BARNUM'S SHOW.

    The Now York correspondent of the Daily News telegraphs on 20th November that the winter quarters of Barnum's Show were burned the previous night with great destruction of ...

    Article : 607 words
  8. WOOLLOONGABBA DIVISIONAL BOARD.

    The usual fortnightly mooting of the Woolloongabba Divisional Board was held at the board's office, Stanley-street, last night, when there were present Messrs. W. Stophens ...

    Article : 800 words
  9. BOONOO BOONOO MINING NEWS.

    The Golden Crown on Dismal Swamp have ordered machinery from Parke and Lucy, similar to that daily expected for the Lady Mary at Roper's Gully. Unfortunately this company's ...

    Article : 454 words
  10. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 333 words
  11. WARD BEECHER'S SUCCESSOR.

    A correspondent sends to the St. James's Gazette from Wolverhampton the following account of the Rev. C. A. Berry, who was chosen to fill the pulpit of Mr. Henry Ward Becoher, ...

    Article : 976 words
  12. INDIAN MAIL NEWS.

    The following is an account sent from Sarakhs, and published in St. Petersburg, of the manner in which Ayoob Khan surrendered himself to the British authorities. According ...

    Article : 688 words
  13. CONTINENTAL MAIL NEWS.

    The conversion of the old four-and-a-half per cents pitted off satisfactorily (says the Times Paris correspondent, telegraphing on 24th November). Ont of 840,000,000 franes of ...

    Article : 1,376 words
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