Mr. P. M'Lean, the Under Secretary of tho Department of Agriculture, and Mr. E. M. Shelton, the State Agricultural Instructor, returned on Saturday from Melbourne, where they had been ...Article : 828 words
The report of the Times-Parnell Commission (writes the London correspondent of the Melbourne Argus on 14th February) was laid on the table of the House of Commons on 13th ...Article : 1,646 words
It has been pretty generally considered that Dickens's works do not lend themselves readily to adaptation. The characters presented by the great master have not been created, but ...Article : 657 words
The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the South Brisbane Municipal Council was held in the chambers, Stanley street, last night There were present—Aldermen Morry (mayor), ...Article : 1,515 words
To ponder over the long category of maritime disaster, even in modern times, is melaneholy occupation (says the Melbourne Daily Telegraph.) The man who first styled ...Article : 2,260 words
A special meeting of the Toombul Divisional Board was held last evening, when there were present: Messrs. Andrew Wagner (in the chair), L. Fleg[?]ltaub, W. J. F. Cooksley, J. MacDonald, ...Article : 648 words
Another lecture in the course on mineralogy was delivered at the School of Arts last night by Mr. E. B. Lindon, A.R.S.M. This lecture Was the first on the subject of determinative ...Article : 421 words
The large number of sporting men who went up to Gatton this morning to attend the races there met with a great disappointment,[?]the committee having decided about half-an-hour ...Article : 590 words
The following extract has been taken from the last report of the the colporte[?]r of the Queensland Country Mission:—Mr. Beasley left Brisbane on the 21st February. He found ...Article : 600 words
There is now just a fortnight to the date of the Brisbane Tattersall's autumn meeting, and as training operations at headq[?]arters during that time will no doubt be brisk it may be ...Article : 398 words
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