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  2. EXCURSION TO MANLY.

    An excursion is to be run to Manly and Wynnum next Saturday under the auspices of the True Blue Lodge. The train starts from Tivoli at 7.10 a.m. ...

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  3. POLITICAL INCOMPATIBILITIES.

    Rumours are again rife of Cabinet incompatibilities. The latest trouble is believed to have arisen over the gentlemen known as agricultural experts. ...

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  4. IPSWICH GYMNASTIC SOCIETY'S SECOND GRAND ANNUAL TOURNAMENT.

    On Wednesday evening, November 2, the Ipswich gymnastic societies will hold their second grand annual tournament and vocal concert in the Town ...

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  5. INCOME TAX COMMISS[?] REPORT.

    The second annual report [?] commissioner of Income Tax, recently laid before Parliament, shows that the taxation as at the 30th of June, 1904, was ...

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  6. CONTRIBUTIONS TO ST. MARY'S CHURCH.

    The full list of contributions to the building fund of St. Mary's new Church will be published in the advertising columns of our next issue. ...

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  7. THE BALTIC FLEET OUTRAGE.

    The statement made by the Paris "Temps" to the effect that signals were made by the Russian Baltic fleet to the British trawlers to keep off is ...

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  8. SALE OF BRISBANE-STREET PROPERTY.

    Elsewhere Mr. Thomas Baines auctioneer, &c., announces that he will, at an early date, submit to auction that valuable property, in the Brady estate, ...

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  9. A CERTIFICATE APPLICATION.

    In the Insolvency Court, Brisbane, yesterday, before his Honour the Chief Justive (Sir Pope A. Cooper), Mr. Walker (Messrs. Walker and Walker) applied ...

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  10. CAUSTIC CRITICISM IN THE "TIMES."

    The "Times" states that the Czar's message does honour to his humanity but would have been more appreciated if it had been sent a day earlier. ...

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  11. TOOWOOMBA HORSE SALE.

    Messrs. Doneley and Rogers announce a four days' horse sale at Toowoomba, commencing on the 10th of November. Some 2000 head of horses will be ...

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  12. SINGULAR DEATH AT A GRAVESIDE.

    While praying over the grave of her twin sister in Washington Cemetery, Brooklyn, United States, on the 8th of September, Miss ...

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  13. FOREST HILL METHODIST TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.

    The meeting of the above society (writes a correspondent) was held last night, the 25th instant, in the Forest Hill Methodist Church. There was a ...

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  14. CRICKET MATCH.

    A cricket match was (writes a correspondent) played between the Tivoli and Blackstone teams at Tivoli on the 15th instant, hut, owing to rain on ...

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  15. WHAT THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING RACES WOULD HAVE DONE.

    Speaking at a dinner at Gravesend, at which the officers of the visiting United States fleet were being entertained, the Earl of Selborne ...

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  16. DEATH OF MR. G. SPRESSER.

    On Tuesday morning Mr. Gottlieb Spresser, a very old and respected, resident of this district, passed away at his home at Blacksoil, Brassall. The ...

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  17. OPINIONS OF RUSSIAN PRESS.

    The St. Petersburg paper "Novosti" expresses the opinion that the Russian squadron was the victim of a fatal misunderstanding, due to a panic caused ...

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  18. MR. G. KERR ON PAYMENT OF MEMBERS.

    Mr. G. Kerr objected to the amendment to reduce the annual payment of members from £300 to £250 (says the Rockhampton "Record"), because, ...

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  19. BELLEVUE HOTEL

    A "house-warming" is to be held at the Bellevue Hotel next Saturday night, to which all are invited. The licensee, Mr. M. J. Carew, is well known as ...

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  20. THE COLONIAL SECRETARY'S SENTIMENTS.

    The Hon. Alfred Lyttelton, Secretary of State for the Colonies speaking at Leamington (which constituency he represents in the House of Commons ...

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  21. AN ESPERANZA EXPLANATION.

    With regard to the accident to the steamer Esperanza (formerly the Maori King), which, as she was on the point of leaving Barry to join the Baltic fleet, ...

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  22. THE VERY LATEST.

    The premises of Mr. Michelsen, the Danish Court jeweller at Copenhagen, have been entered by burglars, and some £11,000 worth of property stolen. ...

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  23. LORD SALISBURY'S VIEWS.

    Lord Salisbury stated at Hat[?] that it would be affectation to [?] rate the seriousness of the situa[?] It was the duty of the Government ...

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  24. FRICTION-BETWEEN RUSSIAN OFFICIALS.

    It is stated that relations between the Russian Admiralty and Court Lamsdorff, the Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs, regarding the outrage on ...

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  25. THE WORLD GOING MAD.

    According to a Chicago newspaper, experts declare that one person in every 150 in that city is insane, and one in every five predisposed to insanity. The increase in lunacy ...

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  26. LOYAL NORTH IPSWICH LODGE, NO. 21, I.O.O.F.

    The usual fortnightly meeting of the above lodge was held on Tuesday evening last in the lodge-room, St. Thomas's school-hall. There was a good ...

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  27. CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY.

    The usual weekly meeting of the above was held in St. Patrick's Hall on Monday evening last. There was a good attendance of members. Mr. M. P. Pender ...

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  28. PRESENTATION TO NURSE PAMPLING.

    At the usual meeting of the Brisbane General Hospital Committee, on Tuesday last, the report of the House Committee referred to the resignation of ...

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  29. LADY DILKE'S DEATH.

    The death is announced, at the age of 64 years, of Lady Dilke. The deceased lady was the daughter of Major Henry Strong, H.E.I.C.S., and ...

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  30. BUSSIAN FLEET CLEARED FOR ACTION.

    The officers of the British cruiser Essex report that while passing the B[?] fleet on Sunday last they were asto[?]ed to see the Russians clearing for ...

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  31. QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S SYMPATHY.

    Her Majesty Queen Alexandra has sent a message of sympathy to the sufferers in the outrage, and has made inquiries regarding their progress. Her ...

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  32. "GOOD ENOUGH FOR HEAVEN, BUT NOT FOR AUSTRALIA!"

    The South Australian "Register" of a recent date published the following copy of a letter, which shows what the writer (a Japanese) thinks of ...

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  33. THE KING OVATIONED.

    While proceeding to Newmarket yesterday the King was accorded a great ovation on account of his strong message to the Mayor of Hull. ...

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  34. ANOTHER DONATION.

    The Marquis of Ripon, who is Lord High Steward at Hull, has also forwarded a donation of £100 to the fund. ...

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  35. CONDEMNED MUTTON.

    A firm of Smithfield butchers have been fined £25, with 20 guineas costs, for exposing for sale 90 carcases of the Christchurch (New Zealand) company's ...

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  36. DEATHS AT GLAMORGAN VALE.

    A very sudden death (writes a correspondent) took place on Friday night last, the 21st instant, when the eldest son of Mr. A. E. Cutler, died of a ...

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  37. PREPARING FOR EMERGENCIES.

    The "Express" announces that the British naval reserves are being mobilised by the Admiralty. The Pacific Squadron has been ...

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  38. "PANIC-STRICKEN AND PROBABLY DRUNKEN OFFICERS.

    The "Pall Mall Gazette" assumes that an apology and immediate compensation will be made by Russia, but adds that these will not be sufficient. Russia ...

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  39. SCOTTISH CHURCH PROPERTY DISPUTE.

    The "Pall Mall Gazette" of the 2nd of August last says:—It is not easy to recall a modern legal decision so momentous, and at the same time so ...

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  40. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT.

    After the Supply Bill was passed through all its stages the debate on the Arbitration Bill was resumed, and kept up till 10.10 p.m., when the House ...

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  41. LLOYD-GEORGE ON THE SITUATION.

    Mr. David Llyod-George, M.P. for Carnarvon, stated, in the course of an interview, that the action of the Baltic fleet had been insolent and unjustifiable, ...

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  42. THE SALVATION ARMY.

    General Booth states that "every arrangement has been made that human initiative can devise and legal knowledge produce for the continuance of the ...

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  43. TRAWLERS AT THE FOREIGN OFFICE.

    In reporting to Lord Lensdowne at the Foreign Office concerning the outrage, the commander of the trawling fleet said, "I suppose the Russians ...

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  44. MINISTERS CONFERRING.

    The Prime Minister, the Right Hon. A. J. Balfour, conferred with the Marquis of Lansdowne, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, for an hour this ...

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  45. House of Representatives.

    Mr. Isaacs moved the adjournment of the House to call attention to what he regarded as unfair criticism concerning himself published in a leader in the ...

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  46. OUTRAGE DELIBERATELY PERPETRATED.

    A special correspondent of the "Times," after making a minute examination of the injured vessels and questioning their skippers, expressed a ...

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  47. GREAT BRITAIN'S DEMAND.

    Sir Henry Seymour King, M.P. for Central Hull, stated, in an interview, that he had seen the Right Hon. A. J. Balfour, the Prime Minister, the moment ...

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  48. MATTER OF A LAW STUDENT.

    In the Full Court, on Tuesday last, Mr. Henchman appearing for W. L. D. Salkeld, a student-at-law, applied under rule 159 of the rules relating to the ...

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  49. RUSSIANS SUSPICIOUS.

    It is reported that Admiral Rojestvensky, the commander of the Baltic fleet, sent a wireless telegram to the officer in charge of one of his destroyers which ...

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  50. W.C.T.U.

    The ordinary meeting of this union was held on the 21st instant in the Temperance Hall. The president, Mrs. E. W. Hargreaves, occupied the chair. ...

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  51. Advertising

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  52. WHAT IS AN ABSENTEE?

    The amendment of the Treasurer on the Income Tax Bill, which was carried in the Assembly last night (says yesterday's "Daily Mail"), provides that an ...

    Article : 253 words
  53. London, October 26.

    Reuter's correspondent at St. Petersburg wires that the Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs (Count Lamsdorff) requested the British Ambassador (Sir ...

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  54. RUSSIAN ADMIRALTY'S PLEA.

    The Russian Admiralty state that they have no knowledge as to the whereabouts of the Baltic fleet, and no means of communicating with it. ...

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  55. THE PROGRAMME FOR THE SESSION.

    To-morrow Mr. Reid will announce to the House his programme for the remainder of the session, which will if possible be brought to a close early in ...

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  56. CONTINENTAL PRESS CRITICISMS.

    The French Press states with regard to the conduct of the Baltic fleet that the expressions of disapproval are loud and almost unanimous. ...

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  57. BRITISH AMBASSADOR'S ACTION.

    The British Ambassador at St. Petersburg has communicated to Count Lamsdorff the British official reports and the Government's views concerning the ...

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  58. NEWTOWN MUTUAL [?]MENT CLASS

    The usual weekly [?]he above class was held in the [?] Church, Newtown, on Saturday [?]est, the chair being taken [?] Michel. ...

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  59. FRENCH FISHERMEN FRIGHTENED.

    In view of the proximity of the Russians, the fishermen at Cherbourg afraid to venture out to sea. The curious fact that corn, potatoes, ...

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  60. BLACKSTONE CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY-SCHOOL.

    Attention is directed to the fact that the anniversary of the Blackstone Congregational Sunday-school will be celebrated next Sunday. ...

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  61. RUSSIAN REPLY.

    The St. Petersburg correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that Count Lamsdorff, after expressing regret to the British Ambassador ...

    Article : 75 words
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