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  2. Advertising

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  3. Bremer Rose 19 Feet in Ipswich.

    With brown water swirling over the Three Mile and Seven Mile bridges, and running wide and deep just under the decking of ...

    Article : 1,315 words
  4. SEVERE STORM IN CITY.

    Streets were heavily damaged, gardens were wrecked, houses were flooded, and hollows were waterlogged by a severe storm which swept ...

    Article : 412 words
  5. NEWS OF THE DAY.

    Substantial improvements are to be carried out to the State School building at Harrisville. This advice has been conveyed to Mr. E. B. Maher, ...

    Article : 76 words
  6. FARMER DROWNED.

    BOONAH, January 26.—While crossing Warrill Creek near his home in the Aratula district on Saturday. Leo Edward Toohill was ...

    Article : 244 words
  7. Australia Day.

    ONE hundred and fifty-three years ago, Australia set out on the great task of nation-building. The Union Jack had been hoisted in Botany Bay ...

    Article : 650 words
  8. NIGHT WITH ROBERT BURNS.

    A large gathering of St. Andrew's Society members and friends was held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cowan, Bore Hole, Blackstone, to ...

    Article : 131 words
  9. ACCIDENTS.

    W. Gless, a miner, living in Russell-street, Silkstone, injured his right hand on Saturday morning when he was involved in a fall of coal at the ...

    Article : 124 words
  10. NO TRACE OF ROSEWOOD MAN.

    Although the Rosewood police, assisted by civilians, have continued the search along the Bremer River near Mt. Walker-road, they have found no ...

    Article : 470 words
  11. CARGO BOAT AGROUND.

    When Mr. P. Manders's cargo boat Bremer slipped its moorings on Saturday and was washed up on the bank at Basin Pocket, the ...

    Article : 509 words
  12. TRAFFIC HELD UP.

    BOONAH, January 25.—Traffic on the Ipswich-Kalbar road and on the Milbong-Boonah road was held up last night and to-day because the heavy ...

    Article : 207 words
  13. LOCKYER FLOODING.

    FOREST HILL, January 25.—With the exception of very tight shower no further rain has fallen since 6 o'clock yesterday evening. Conditions ...

    Article : 114 words
  14. CREEK ROSE AT MARBURG.

    MARBURG, January 25.—Rain had fallen steadily here since Thursday morning. Up till 9 a.m. on Friday 158pts. were registered, and till 9 a.m. ...

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  15. Damage at Bundamba.

    BUNDAMBA, January 26.—One of the fiercest storms for 20 years was experienced here on Saturday night. Just before 10 o'clock vivid flashes ...

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  16. RESCUE IN THE BAY.

    One very humane rescue effort that was not chronicled in the holidays can be credited to Mr. P. Manders, well-known Ipswich carrier and ...

    Article : 165 words
  17. "TELEGRAM TOO COLD."

    Mr. Jos. Francis, M.P. expressed the hope yesterday that the Churches would co-operate in helping to have discontinued the somewhat cold and ...

    Article : 72 words
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    Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Heffernan, North Ipswich, and a student at the Christian Brothers' College, Ipswich, Master Heffernan secured eight As in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 41 words
  19. "IS A SCANDAL."

    BRISBANE, January 26.—Speaking at the Albert-street Methodist Church to-night, Rev. H. M. Wheller said the political and industrial history of ...

    Article : 150 words
  20. REDBANK INCIDENT.

    Two Redbank men were given first-aid by ambulance-bearers and treated at the General Hospital as a result of an incident between soldiers and ...

    Article : 81 words
  21. PERSONAL.

    The death is announced of John Oxenham, the noted author. He was over 80 years of age. The late Mr. Oxenham took to writing as an ...

    Article : 103 words
  22. "U.S. 'Planes Second to None."

    LOS ANGELES, Jan. 25.—Mr. Donald W. Douglas, airplane manufacturer, in a broadcast, said that the 'planes being produced for the United ...

    Article : 58 words
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