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  2. The Windsor Tragedy.

    [The above counterfeit presentment has been taken from a photograph of the supposed murderer, secured while in Melbourne Gaol, and shows his appearance [?] he succeeded in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,930 words
  3. THE LAND GRANT RAILWAY BILL.

    A bill "to make provision for the construction of railways by joint tock companies, and to authorise grants of Crown lands in aid of such construction." was introduced and read a ...

    Article : 2,416 words
  4. Original Correspondence.

    (We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinion expressed by our correspondents.) ...

    Article : 14 words
  5. HEAR BOTH SIDES OF A QUESTION.

    DEAR SIR—I saw in this morning issue of the Queensland Times (April 12) a letter headed "Mr. E. Harlow" in reply With it may be a reply to someone, but it was neither a reply nor ...

    Article : 796 words
  6. MR. WALSH, Q.C., AND THE PRISONER.

    As soon as the prisoner took his seat in Court, his eyes rested on the figure of Mr. Walsh, the Crown Prosecutor. "That's the unfeeling old man," he said, "who kept poor ...

    Article : 74 words
  7. THE KANAKA QUESTION.

    SIR,—I am in favour of the extension of the kanaka service, but still I give opponents credit for their expressions against "slavery," as they kindly term it, and with that view in ...

    Article : 368 words
  8. The Hemmant Murder.

    [The subject of our sketch is the youth Wissmuller, who was cruelly murdered at Mooraree, near Hemmant, last week. The picture is from a photo, taken in London prior ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 74 words
  9. THE WARNING LETTER.

    It was interesting to note how the prisoner regarded the anonymous letter warning the coroner. He was more amused than all the others in Court. "What blooming young ...

    Article : 65 words
  10. WILLIAMS AND THE PRESS.

    Williams noticed that a pressman sitting near him was writing his "copy" on Government telegraph forms, whereupon he remarked, "That is a most dishonest thing. ...

    Article : 200 words
  11. WHAT DOES MR. LYLE MEAN?

    After the prisoner's solicitor had resumed his seat, a representative of the Evening Standard asked him what he meant by the "abnormal offspring of a mother," for it ...

    Article : 110 words
  12. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,363 words
  13. (From last night's Telegraph.)

    The National Bank of Australasia s selling the Treasury bills is ad by the Sooth Australian Government. It is rumoured that Mr. Harry Panmure ...

    Article : 222 words
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