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Brisbane Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 15, 1890, Brisbane, Queensland National Library of Australia schools breaking up. Christian Brothers school. Tho Papilla of the Ohrin Tian Brothers school St. Joseph s Kolloge Gregory Torrate gave their annual entertainment at the Oen Lenuial Hall on Friday Whon the Prince won daring the last term were also distributed. Tho entertainment commenced at 7 p in., and the programme was Shorter to lieu on former Occa Sione with Tho result that Ovett thing passed off by an earlier hour than usual. The chair was occupied by the Rev. Father Fouhy adminis Trator and the Hall was crowded in every part by an audience which awarded Hearty applause to the Warione performances throughout Tho evening. The programme submitted by to boys contained Many enjoyable num Bers. Thobe Oane isted of Par songs solos instrumental performances roast aliens and go my Abtido exhibitions. To musical Porron was under Tho management of Horr i Rosenston gel who is the inter motor to the oel Loga. To has his boys in a very Forward state nud in one or two instances has Laid the found Tiou for very promising musicians. The violin playing of master John Yasack was an Asp Oeilly notice Able feature of the opening and if this Young performer Sticks to Bis Bow and goes through the usual course of Drudgery with the Pel sever Anco to appears to possess he will be a valuable acquisition to Loual musical Mireles in a few years time. At present to is very promising and has a excellent idea of what no is doing. The recitations showed very Good training. Tho eocene Between Brutus and Cassius was Given by masters Robert Lyons and John of sack and fully de served the applause which was showered upon them. The gymnastic performances of Tho squad were also very Good. The school has the Benot of having Tho services of a first Rato Publ Rotor in the person of or. Meyers who has the Hoys in Good discipline. The Dumbbell exer Oiso wee varied by Tho attaching of Bali closed Bells to the wooden Art Solcs with the to suit that every movement produced a pretty jingling sound which added largely to Tho Gileot Oft Osceno. Tho programme coat Ludo with Haydn s toy symphony rendered by the music class. The instrumentalists consisted of two cornets and four violins and during their performances always appeared to satisfaction. The following report was Thon by brother Morgan Tho head of Tho school Tho audience frequently interrupting him by up Plauen Rev. Chairman Rev. Fathom ladies and gentlemen again it becomes my plot Piug duty to Lay before you in our a report to present Stuto of our College and the Woik done therein during the past Tolvo months. Our numbers notwithstanding Tho very depressed Stato of the Colony Uro fully up to last year s Atto Danoe. Thoro Are 274 on Tho Roll 89 of whom Are resident boarders with in average of 25a in Styc Danco. As i anticipated in last year s Rupert our list of University passes is not Quito so Long this year As last but Tho average number of subjects passed in by each boy is higher nud the Ino Caso in the Seuier Mussob More than compensates for the falling Olf in Tho Junior. Turco boys passed Tho preliminary examination for Bolio tors 2 pasted for the civil dec Vico 4 passed to Sydney University senior examination and 10 passed to Sydney University Junior examination making a total of 28 passes far Tho year. Four boys 2 in the senior and 2 in to Junior obtained passes entitling them to matriculation. The to Tobing a turf has been considerably increased in All the grades and in mentioning ibis fact i Tulio Tho Opportunity of thu Ukiu to assistant and lit aug teachers for their tact end Zool in Tho Mau gement of the club Tob committed to their ears. The general Good conduct of the boys their regular attendance and the close or the majority to their studies were Moss satisfactory to us and highly arc Diablo to themselves and their parents. Tho Good health of the boarders and their Freedom from dangerous contagious diseases to attribute under the Providenzo of cd to the Good Quality and preparation of Ribeir food and the constant care bestowed on Tho sanitary arrangements of Tho College. As Tho foot of our having Ere Tod a cow Collego at nun dab for the Junior boarders is so Well known to most of you i will not detain you on the Subj not Mora than to mention that the building Aro Complete the grounds Laid ont the Plant for the electric Light set up and that the furnishing of Tho Varlos apartments is being married out under competent and careful supervision. Tho eito the internal Arron moment the extent of the grounds and Tho abundant Supply of fresh Ana Salt water Are All that can to desired for Tho health of the children and tha efficient working of Tho establishment. It will Bookou for to reception of boarders Only at the beginning or tha first school term Janu Ary 20, 1891. Up to Tho present a sum of �11,600 has been expended of Tho ground Tho buildings and the furniture. The gymnastic class worked Well daring the year us Der ibo skilful training of or. Meyers and it is u subject of regret to him and hib class that this stage has been so ult Rod a to pre vent their giving a similar exhibition to that which Insy be witnessed on tuesday and thu Raduy in Tho College gymnasium Gregory Terrace. But if or. Meyers has Yearou to complain or. Rosens Tungol May Rejo Iao As Tho stage is now meat suitable far his singing and music classes which to bus taught during Tho year with All Tho ability und enthusiasm of one entirely Dovo cd to his professional duties. Football and Ori Okot wore played with Groat Vigour and so closely did the for dior team con test Tho ohs Lengo cup that they lost it by our Point Only. Tho Kolloge sports which Scro held on the association grounds Bowel Bridge were exceptionally Good this year. Tho Oban Pion Raco was won by Juhn buddy who also throw Tho Cri Ohot Ball 107 Yards nud l trick assured his right to dist motion As an athlete by carrying Olf the Kolloge cup amidst the cheers of _ his admiring having a list of Bubber options to words the prize Lund Bro. Morgan in conclusion re turned thanks to Tho chairman und to Tho. Clergy. Of Tho Diocedo generally for their sym Pathy and encouragement to the trustees of the association sports ground for Tho Uso of their Fine grounds for the annual sports and to All who Hud assisted in procuring prizes and in other ways. Tho Rev. Father Fouhy who presided Baid that to was buro everyone agreed that they had to thank Tho Christian Brothers for Tho entertainment afforded to them during to opening. Complimenting Tho school upon the efficient state it web in and Tho excellence of Tho Educa Tion both mental physical and spiritual which was Given he Polto especially of the Exoe onco of the Brutus and Cassius Rocita Tiou. He urged upon ovo Ryone the necessity of giving to Bildren a Broad und found education and said that where in Franco it web a common saying that Overy private Soldier had a Mai Sbal s Baton in his Kua spook so Here in Queensland Overy boy had tha key to the highest position in Tho land in his brains. He common cd on Tho Timo when such a school As St. Joseph s did not exist in Queensland and detailed How Aux ions members of the Ohnich had been for a Looe where their sons could Oivo a sound religious education. The of Hulstien Brothers who devoted their lives to such work and who looked for no remuneration for their labours took Tho matter no with Tho result that Thoy now had before them an which he hoped ovo Ryone would support. The Rev. Father was frequently applauded during his remarks and at their conclusion to handed the Paizos to Iho soveral winners As follow most of Tho boys receiving Load applause As they Amo Lor their trophies senior Ouss. Division a. Tho Buchan modal Gold John o Konefe. Tho following re Boived prizes for having passed Tho Sydney University senior examination John o Keefe George Bell James Borke and John of sack. Christian doctrine and Biblo history George Bell mathematics John o Roofo and Robert Meo Hintosh. Latin and Fronch Futrick Bool. English Jamo Szorka. Division b. Mathematics James Fitz Gerald. Latin and Fronch John Kolly. Eng Attoh Mich Al master on. Passing preliminary examination for solicitors Joh Luddy. First Junior. Tho Kolloge medal Gold Michael master on. The fallowing received prizes for having pus cd Tho Sydney us varsity Junior examinations John Shannon Thomas Wren James Fitzgerald Potor Brana Oliy Daniel so Cohnn Robert Lyons. John Kelly Alexander Stewart Waltor Frenoy Frank o Kolly Andrew Murray Tomeh Gaffney George xcely Martin Maher Francis Mylett William Galway patriots Coffey Bertie Bright. Well and Daniel Kennedy. First in Quarter s Marks English history and latin John Shannon Christian doctrine and Biolo has Ory and highest general avers go Jutes geometry Oharles Buchanan and William Smith French William Smith algebra Obas. Buchanan Ari Timotio Daniel Chonhan. Second Junior. Silver medal Waltor Froncy. Christian Doo Trino and Bible history John Mao Rossan. Latin and Fronch grammar Putrick . English history Martin maker. Arith mob for not Gronic. Geo Metry Bernard Mullen. Algebra Frodo Iok Hellowell. Hig boat gooral average Charloa m a Crinitt. The certificates for to Sydney University senior and Junior examinations Scro handed Over to Tho successful competitors. Tho College gup Patrick . Oha Piou race Gold medal Joh Luddy. Or. Myer e Mcduel Silver est general gymnast Juhn Curok prize i Encl Kelly. Instrumental music. Violin first prize pc Anousack second John o Keef. Piano first William Jochheim second Chur los Buchanan. Beginners violin first prize s. Russell second Patriok . Piano first Harry Blandy beyond j. Dur act. F. Topography. Division a Silver medal Jan o Keefe prize Robert Lyone. Division pint prize h. Madden second j. Luby. Junior Unie Rosity Luss. Thomas m. Wren Smarks Virlio Lyons second in year s Marks Patriok Kennedy Bret in English history and oomph i lion and first in neg Bra Patrick Wolfey first in phys Osl and political geography Daniel a Truedy first in Arit Hinorio and geometry John m Raffrey first in drawing and mapping. Sixth class division a. Willium Joo Khein first in year s Marks Honry Blandy first in examination and second in latin Joseph o Connor first in French also first in English history and English James Duhig first in latin and French senior division John Gullely first in latin Junior division Thomas Murray first in algebra Matthow Kerwin first in arithmetic and go Motry Jeremiah Durock first in physical and political goo Graphy and map drawing Thomas Nolan first in Christian doctrine James Murray first in Heok keeping Thomas Lehano and John o Hura general improvement for Tho year. Sixth class division b. Potor m. Bran Nelly Silver medal for first in year s Marks also first in by Biol and political geography and drawing and second in goo Motry Georgo Felly first in English history and Book keeping Peter Keogh first in goo Motry and Arib Mutio William Campbell second in Book keeping. Sixth class division o. Frodo Iok o Rourke first in Brit Motlo George Moshili first in history and English James Brno first in French of burls Galloy soc and in French John Plunkett first in Marks and of Troiso Joseph o Neill first in a Gebru Frank m Dermott first in goo Motry Jehu Lalor second in goo Motry Thomas a cock second in Arith Mutio. Filth class. James Horrigan first in Arith Mutio Philip Latham second in drawing Thomas Doran first in geography of Ireland Aud first in draw i William Elworthy second in Christian doctrine and in English Edward m Nulty second in geography Edward Smith Good conduct and application to study. Fourth class. Frank Masterson first in Marks and first in Christian d pc Tuluo Kharlos Bolton first in arithmetic Vincent vein inn first in geography John Browno first in grammar. Tho following obtained prizes in Homo exercises namely Potor m. Brannelly John Plunkett Perny Horstmann w. Maker the Onins Currie join , Joseph Buchanan William Corrigan and Owen Hayes. Fourth class division b. The following Aro Tho prize winners in thin Ola a Frank m Nulty Juines Geraghty William Allen William Ross Frunk Murphy John Fox Frank Power John Lonigan Stanley ban Bury William Cain Thomas Matt Howe Wil Liam Little and Frank Gay fury. Third class. Marcus m Donald Daniel Coffey John car Mighuel Joseph Gay fury Michael Nugent Gerald o Sullivan Matthew Hollingsworth und John Hayes. High second. James Bian Nolly Jam a Brno John Hayob John Moloy Lauren to of sack or meet Banbury Aud Henry Budgett. Low second. Hugh Douglas Ruthb Sefc co Bott Robert m Donald Edward Lane nud Robert Douglas. After the distribution Tho parents and friends of Tho children us Woll As the Hildron them selves dispersed for their Rose Ototivo Homos Ull being evidently Well pleased with Tho ovo Ning s entertainment. St. Kiliatu s . Boys. Sci tool Tho to Sowers and pupils of St. Kilian s . Boys school on Friday Aseo bled to co Lebrato their Brooking up for Tho holidays by a monster Pironio. About 11 . Tho boys Apps red of the Scono arrayed in their sunday Best eager for the feast. Tho Rev. Father Breen was invited to Presidio but owing to other Moro pressing duties had Only Timo to fall Whon passing and wish Tho boys Good Oscor. Dur ing ibo morning Tho boys Puyod at Ori Okot and other Gamb and despite Tho heat Soemod to enjoy them calves thoroughly. For Tho Pio Uio the desks Scro arranged to Sorvo As tables on which a goodly Supply of Oaks oranges plums a Nawab lemonade Ginger Beer 4ra., &o., was arranged and to which the youngsters did ample Justito. The head Toucher and his assistants wore kept Busy attending to the wants of Tho boys. After the juniors list been satisfied Tho to abhors a Odom ponied by Tho fourth Luss who by Tho Way ably assisted in waiting on tha younger boys sat Down to luncheon Tho Hoys Oliv Onang matters by drinking Tho too hours Healths with musical honours. Wool Loong Toba state school. The musical and dramatic entertainment by the scholars of Tho Woollon Gabba state schools in the Bogga theatre on Fri Day under Tho patronage of the mini Tor for instruction and Tho of floors of the education Inu Syhavo fully satisfied Tho com Mitten and teachers that their efforts to provide a Good entertainment were thoroughly App to outed. The committee Wero Wiso in choosing Tho i Hotro because of Tho accessories which enabled them to Sot Tho children off to Tho Bent advantage Aud also because Thoy had Mere room for their patrons. Tho infants who held Tho stingo during Tho first part of Tho pro gramme looked decidedly Romfo Retablo and appeared to to not at All dismayed at Tho pres Oneo of a crowded House and Thoy went through their songs and Tationa vory Well indeed. Tho Little people Woro vory amusing Tho Nursery rhymes and fairy Dunno boing especially so. When Tho our Tein on Tho second or senior Soh Olare part Tho soon on to Otago was undeniably Polty Tho Girs who Woro Drob Sod in Whito with Hardin of shoulder sashes wore together with Tho boys who Wero placed on their right ranged in ascending rows Thoro boing altogether about 200. Behind Thorn was an Elf Cativo drop Secco representing an opening in n Wood. Thus arranged Tho Soho ars went in rough 17 number in a manner beyond All Praise most of Tho of Fotta moot ing with Tho Hearty appreciation of Tho Largo Aud Cuco. Tho Argolus chorus from Montana and " Tho Anvil " chorus Ware admirably Given a Wero olso Tho character songs Tho Flower show and Tho Swiss of Tho Coit nations in Tia part truth in parenthesis " Aud Fritz and i Woro the Moat amusing. At Tho Oono Lusious of this part of the Mort Airmont to distribution of Prizza took Plano und a Opportunity was afforded Tho visitors of the mapping and drawing of tha boys and Tho needlework und writing of Tho girls. In the Navoid nolo absence of Tho Hon. W. O. Hodgkin san minister for education Tho presentation of Tho Prizza was Rasado by for. 8. Glassop. Miss Bella Power and Mies Hobson presided at Tho piano and assistance was Givon by a Small Oro Hestrup. Or. Papi and his assistants de serve commendation for Tho by the boys but Tho highest of Ralso is duo to mrs. Power and Hor assistants for Tho unqualified Success of ail that was to Hilved by the girls Aud infants. Tho proo oods Aro to to devoted to Tho or Cotton of a plays cd for Iho boys procuring prizes beautifying Tho grounds and liquidating Tho debt on the piano a Largo undertaking for Tho room lots of Tho evening to satisfy. Eagle Junction school. This comparatively a now school. Tho building is situated about Midway Between Eagle Junction Aud club Field railway stations on the racecourse line. Tho building is n Noat Chamfer Board Structure specially designed Aud arranged for Frob Cul purposes Tho Attoa Unoo Hod nearly 40 pupils. Though u Privato school Trio curriculum hoops pretty a Lofley Toto stand urls adopted in the Stato schools of Tho Colony. Tho close of Tho school year took Pluto on thursday. To schoolroom was prettily ornamented with Flowers ferns and creepers. Tho children Woro amply Auppl Iod with fruit Oake lollies Tea and lemonade. A Christmas treo was Laden with toys dolls and packets of Good things known Only to school children. Games of All kids Woro indulged in during Tho afternoon and a very Happy Day was brought to a close by cheers Lor mrs. O Sullivan and her Nisi Taat. Homo of Tho ladies of Tho neighbourhood Wero present and mrs kill idly distributed Tho prizes. Tho following is top principal prize list Forks in. And Iii. Equal Merit in general school work Ella Bourne and Jef Siu Hunter. History. Edward Graham. Arithmetic. John Leevo. G nor a Progress. Juno Robinbon Jessie handle. Mental arithmetic. Herbert kill Keuy. Grammar and geography. Daniel Clark Eon. Attention to lessons. Florence Powers. General Progress. Albert Robinson. Reading. Morrice Roger. Good conduct. Roland Graham. Drawing. June Robinson. Bonus ii. And i. Aril Metio. May our son Thomas Loco to Ond Maud Graham. Reading. Helon Holcombe Eugenie o sul Linn june Holcombe. Writing. Esmieu Powers Hilda Gross. A citation. Lydia Gross Leoil Hocking is. General Progress. William g. Drane Ethel Hookings Isabella Robinson Josophine o sul Linn Louis gobs Fred. Ole ovo. " regular attendance. Elsie Robi Oeon. Punctuality. Blanche Johnson. Teod con not. Konneth Lethem Jano Journo Vincent Bradly Victor bookings nud Ethel Broadfoot. Mrs. G. I. Journo s special prize for Noodle work was awarded to Isabella Robinson. To Wong state school. On thursday evening Tho school of arts to Wong was Tho Scono of n Moat successful concert Given by Tho pupils of the state school to a Large and audience. A num Ber of songs in Ohar notch Woro Given among which May to specially mentioned 44 Tho Flower in this Tho girls bore baskets of Flowers containing Tho bomb Lomusio Flowers of Englind Scotland nud Ireland whilst Australia wus represented by a treo Fern. The Hunting song Fisher boy with boat and fibbing tackle and 44 Whorry Ripo " were Ull very pretty. Tho trades by the boys of Tho infant school and Tho merry workers by the Little girls were both warmly applauded. Eight tiny tots in fairy dresses dancing round their fairy Queen Quito won Tho hearts of Tho audion co. Tho sumo Little Puoplo appeared again in Pink Aud Blue night dresses musing dolls in Long Robt Aud Sang Rook a Bye baby in capital Stylo. Somo recitations were Well rendered by Little girls. But Quito the feature of Tho entertainment was Tho play sleeping Beauty which was performed by to senior pupils. An in Trizuto and diff moult March by 24 fairies was Tho admiration of All present. A to Oba rotors Wero Woll sustained Whilo Tho Queen Tho sle Apiag Beauty Wirob und dragon Desolvo a Coul commendation. A song by Tho sleeping Beauty on boing aroused from her Long slumber was Woll Ren dered. When Tho curtain wan drawn Feer Tho last of ail who had taken part in the play Woro discovered arranged in tiers Tho fairies in front bearing on their wands letters forming Tho words a merry Christ mrs Whilo Tho with came Forward and wished Tho company to comp Mentz of Tho eoe Sou. Tho prizes Woro then distributed to Tho Suu Norful competitors after which god save the Queen brought the very pleasant entertainment to a close. Dunella school. To cow Dunella school on Tho Logan bad Ite first breaking up ceremony on Friday. Tho minister for educate of Hon. W. O. Had Kineon was pros ont and previous to distributing Tho prizes to Yocom paused by Tho head teacher Mies Thompson an inspection of to permanent no Hool silo on which in elected a building known us Tho due Ellen House. Tho Pait which was to to used As the school and that which was to to Dovo cd to Tho Troher s residence Wero pointed out and before leaving or. Hodgkinson placed the building in to euro of Tho head Tea Ohar. To then proceeded to Tho temporary building where Thero Woro As bombed a Large number of the parents Ana friends to witness Tho distribution of prize to Tho children. The minister told Tho children that although Thoy had acquired their prizes by their own Dili gence they owed a Good Doal to Tho Diligence and Energy of the to abhors whom to complimented on Tho Diss Liuo displayed and the Coli Chenoy of Iho pupils. To requested to teachers when Thoy got into Tho other building to give to children plots of ground to Only irate and six months after Tho Hobo of was opened to would give a prize for the Host kept Garden. Those children who had not received prizes Scro Given Hrib tons cards which with Iho prizes were secured by subscriptions from parents and friends of Tho school. As or. Hodgkin on loft Tho school to Hildron Gnevo him Throe ringing shoots. Subsequently they Woro regaled with fruit and sweetmeats. Cooper s Plains state school. Tho annual distribution of prizes took Lacoin the above school on Friday. Somo Little Timo ago the pupils assisted by a number of friends gave a concert the pc bods of which supplemented by private subscriptions Woro Spont to provide a number of books for deserving pupils. Or o. Mortimer presented 24 vory handsome volumes for Tho in pin of Tho third Aud fourth , and to majority of to residents in the neighbourhood . Tho prizes Woro distributed by or. M. Freney j.p., who addressed a Fow Noou ringing re Marks to Oach recipient. A number of school Songo having been a intr Short addresses Wero Given by Tho Rev. J. H. Hae cell of Sherwood and or. T. Frenoy j. P., who commented upon the pleasing singing of Tho children and also upon the Large number of hands Orao books that had presented. Cheers for those pros ont terminated Tho Propec dogs. state school. A Coq Ortw Shtald on the Raduy in Iho school room Lor to purpose of raising Money to pro Vido prizes for Tho Obi Idron. At Tho Nippo Iutok Timo about 269 hoopla also bled. Tho pro Grammo consisted of songs and dialogues. To girls who Scro Tho chief actors guru Drossos in Whito with Blu and Rod lushes. Tho Host part of Tho program Limo was a drawing room Beccne. A mistress is represented As boing at enmity with Hor domestics when a Friend arrives Aud rattles mutters to Tho Satis faction of All parties. To Steno ends with Tho gentleman making a proposal of Turriaga. After a Fow Moro songs by Tho children or. Moore addressed the meeting congratulating Horn on to Fino Uppsala non of Tho Hildron. Tho National Anthom was Sung bad Tho con Cert Gnu brought to a close about 10 30. Miss o Leary s concert. A concert in Celebration of Tho breaking no for Tho Rohrl Bitmas holidays was Given in Tho Valley Hall on Friday week by Tho pupils of Mies o Leary. Severn Little girls played piano Rolos with Good judgment. Miss. Woblan and mib e. Mathio contributed solos and mibs g. Bee ten bang " Tho slave Iacob Tomb. Miss o Lowry received an Eno Oro for Hor Solo and miss l. Robinson Misiaf. Porkins f. Golds worthy. Rosetta m. Scanlan and a. Burley also contributed mus fool items. Mlea e. Maybin received a determined Eno Oro for her rendering of " " Tho Erl King a Given with a Good Deal of spirit by Somo of the pupils. Coo paroo school. The breaking up of this school took Placo on the 12th instant a committee Holiday having been granted for the purpose. Over 400 children assembled at Tho school at 2 o Clook nud after songs and Glees Tho prizes Woro presented by Tho members of Tho school con Miueko messes. J. E. Baratali Mackay and Gap in Green. Whilo Tho girls and younger children Woro being regaled upon fruit sweets &u., to older boys to to number of 100 turned out into Tho play ground cd gave an exhibition of physical Drill both with and without which was Dono in an excellent manner. Thero wan a very Largo gathering of friends and parents who wore much delighted with Tho Drill accompanied a it was with sing log. Rating loading and other Oora Petilon brought Tho after noon to a Cleso and Tho children separated with Hearty cheers for Tho Oom Mittoo and the teachers. Break fast Creek races. The Tho Pony and Galloway association of quod usland was hold at the Bre of Svorcek grounds on saturday and passed of very successfully. Thero was a Good attendance the Fields Scro Good and Somo of the finishes Wero very close. Lathe a Codera stakes Tho Way Tommy Dodd was Ridden was a Tont to Tho Meriest Tyro. Tho stewards with commendable promptitude called the jockey m Gabo to Book Aud As his explanation was not satisfactory both Home and Joo Koy Woro disqualified for six months. Izze Ess ets Handicap of 10 sovs., for All ponies 13.1 and under about 5 furlongs. W. R. Yule s . Little Jack 6 Ciu s. U St. 6 lbs. Owner 1e. T. Morso a . Rosebud aged u by. I lodgers 2 j. Send Jinan h . Nacua 4 years 0 St. White 3 Savon others started. Princesa Eva and Nona oat out the running for Tho greater part of to distance when Little Jack under the whip Emo through and beat Rosebud on Tho Post menu finishing a Good third a Bare length be Hind. Time 1 min. 12 Scot. Deo Bubb Handicap of 10 sovs., for All ponies 14 hands and under furlongs. S. Cook s . Mabel 4 yrs., 7 pfc. 4 lbs. Bailey 1 e. Doling . Delaware 3 . Sogers 2 ii. Campbell s p . Susannah aged. 8 St. In jobs. M cabe 3 Suean Nob led round Whon Sho was passed in Tho turn by Mabel and Delaware Tho former winning a Good rate by half a length. Timo 1 min. 23 sees. Bus Janis Litu of 10 sons. Wolter Handi Cap for All horses about 0 furlongs. W. J. Pablo s . Him need 10 it. Strickland 1 a. C. Chit As. . Laura g years u in lbs. Woods 2 a Puynko . Bridesmaid aged 7 St. N lbs. U. E. Edwards 3 Throe others started. Star wont to Tho front at Tho Start followed by retained rival and Jerry with Laura lust. This Ordor was maintained past to stand when shortly after wards rival coup feed and Laura Varao up und almost in. Passing 8tar, who won by bait a length bridesmaid finishing third. Time 1 min. 10j sees. The bub Dubb stakes of 10 sovs., Handicap for All ponies 13.3 and under about 0 Furlong. Nonini ution 10s. E. Dolling s Hig tartar aged l by. 7 lbs. Let Sci 1 g. Burgess s . Tommy Dodd used. 7 St. 10 jobs. M46abe 2w. R. Yule s Ell. G. Little Jaee 6 years ii St. 3 lbs. Martin b five others started a considerable delay took place at the Start owing to firefly and Princess Eva breaking away and Tho former going twice round Tho Courso before to would to pulled up. Won the sold was at last sent off tartar shot to Tho front Aud maintained Tho Load Home. Tommy Dodd who apparently was Nevor Ridden from Start to finish and who interfered materially it was alleged with firefly passed the Post Botond a Louth abroad of Tho last named oreo. Tho Riding of Moab on Tommy Dodd was Zindo Tho Subj oot of inquiry by the stewards with to result that both animal and rider Woro disqualified for six months. Time x min. 26 sees. Galloway Handicap of 10 sons for All galloways and ponies 14.2 or under about c furlongs. W. U. Brown s . Betty 5 your 7 St 12 lbs. 1g. Burgess s Alico Drc aged y St. 14 lbs. Evans 2 a. C. Curr is. . Laurn g years 11 at. 4 lbs Woods 3 eight other started. From a Good Start Betty was top first to show to the front followed by Xhu Comoro my Lovo und Laura. This order was maintained round to course Whon my Lovo died away and bridesmaid wont up and for a Timo looked dangerous. Betty Howo Vor still bold Tho Lead Aad won by Throo quarters of a length from Theodore with Laura a Good third. Timo 1 min. 21 sons. Open Handicap of 1c sovs., for All Horob about 7 furlongs. W. Ii. Brown a . Navigator aged 8 at.13 Lbert. Riley 1 1 Barron s . Halford 3 years 7 St. Waitey 2 it. Rolinson n . 8 years g at. 7 lbs. Rogers six others started. Stafford got away first and maintained a Good Lead to Tho Bank of the Vonree when navigator crept up and had heeded him at Tho turn winning comfortably by a full length. Kingsworth finished third a length behind Stafford. Timo 1 min 33? sees. Pricket. South Queensland Cricket Union. Ennion division. New sad v. Boen Exi. This match was comic need at Burnett s ground. The scores so far arc Burnett 168 cd dub 46 Wood Ward 22, net out Bowler 22 Traynor 16 Mitchell 13 swing 12 and 17 sundries. News Cun Ono Wio Icet Lor 4 runs. Coon Aboo v. Bantu Ste. Commented at door Patoo tha Sandgate making 90, Coor paroo two for 79. For Tho Sandgate Jack Isdo 63, not out and Crawford 11. For Tho Coor Broo g. Nikolin 64, not out Aud Horsley 20. Nobs in v. Be Eonni. Commo Nood at yer Onga the Yoro Uga making 100 o. Spry 60, k. Spry 27and the Normanby two Wio Kots for 47 Agar 20 not out and Slarko 132t too Ono v. South Bis done. Started at Queen s Fark to Moorea so far being South Brisbane 68, and foor Wio Kots Foro to Wong 64. E. Graham 16 not out and t. Bogota 16, Wero the principal door Era for the sooth Brisbane and a. F. Mills 20, for Tho to Wong of Keikoh v. Balmoral this match was common old at Albert Fark. The Oakfield stayed in All the afternoon for 103 rank of a Boob Fisher 69, Chapman 33, Robert Doran 28, and Sheldon 13. Shore Wero also 33 sundries. Jurion division. Second Nob Many v. Glads Onk. This match was concluded at Kangaroo Foint the second Normanby winning by Ebreo Wio Kots. Tho scores Aro beyond Normanby first innings 48, Fatterson 13, Venthem 10, not oat second innings 44, Crompton 19, Venthem 10 second Normanby first innings 08, Boklo 13 second innings seven Wio Kots for 26, Anderson 9. Bowling analysis against glad Tuno Sig of Boven Wio Kots for 22 Bur ton six for 23 buckle three for 26 Stirrat Turco for 16 against second Normanby fatter on eight for 44 Brampton six for 31 Justin two for 7. Rockton v. Foe Steb concluded at now farm the foresters winning by Turco Wio Kots boo tons 66 and 48, and Fornator 60 and seven for 37 for Tho Ktona Kippie 16, Cunningham 16, Campbell 14, Hood 13 and10 Ond for Iho Foro Stora hitch look 23, Grant 17 not ont and Lloyd 13. Bowling Agal Nat Fornator Murphy got right Wio Kots for 16, and Hood 7 for 01 against Brookton Tranberg eight for 63, Dunno to five for 20, j. Harrison 6 for 17, a. Harrison Nono for 7.pru Hanant of Hob v. Toom dui. Conol nod at Toom bul to form Anent Force winning by 21 inns. Tho scores Aro form Anent Foroe first innings 47 Rynn 14, Buk Owell 10 second innings 38 0. Walker 17, Bako Woll 10. To Ombal first innings 33 Oxon Hain 18 second innings 34 ,15 not out Bowling against to Ombal Walker got right a. Wio Kots for 21 runs and j. Ryan., seven for 1 30 against form Anent Force Lynch 10 Wio Kots for 10, t. Power six for 28, Oxenhem Ono for 17, j. Att How ono1 for of nud w. Athow Nono for 9. Feb bomb v. Pit Kmin. This match was resumed at Kedron Fark on saturday. Whon play ceased on to first Day to result stood premiers 1st innings 27 Fomb Rokes 1st ratings 8 for 118, on saturday Tho biota team continued to boil innings which eventually closed for 123. J. 8antry, who was 22, not ont on to first Day Only added Asin Glo Toni Sooro when to was Lowland by o loan Bowling against Tho Fomb Rokes e. O loan Seoti Rod 2 Wio Kots for 11 w. Ford. 4 for 63 g. Neul 2 for 31.Tho second innings of Tho premiers closed for 33, two of ibo Batemen boing absent. The boat batting web shown by h. Brooks f. Diing and w. Neal and it is Only fair to Stato that Tho two first named Woro run oat. Against Tho premiers in their final innings g. Stokes got Ebreo for 12 and j. W. Redpath Throo for 16 Tea Pembroke Toom of voided no Woll All Zannad. Thoro Wab Ono Abs Tco on to Ficcone Day. W. Neil who the top Ocoro of 9, should have Boon atom cd won 0. Tho Premier team deserve credit for turning up on inc Sorond Day to finish the Matth. Tho for brokes won by Ono innings and 63 runs limit of. And Muon ave concluded at a grave i Ark in Gravo winning by 62 Rune. Mur Gravo 70 Considine 27 Roso 16 not Cut Frederick and Baker 11 ouch and 3 Hall 17 and Baker 16. Liberals 64 Wotton 21 Bayne 12, not out and 36 Greenwood. 16. Bowling. Against Mas grave Greenwood got 10 Wio Kats for 60 runs Baynes 3 for 22 g. Wotton 1 for 36 8. Wotton 1 Tor 0 Rue 0 for 12. Against Liberal Hariott 9 for 43 Baker c for 36 and Fredericks 3 for 0. I Railei pm race v Soui Ninx Etab irs wion cup tie. Tho above team journeyed from ups Wick on Fiat urday to try conclusions with Christ Church Cair and Woro Defeated by one wicket and 3 runs. Christ cd Rob first innings 26 second 9 wickets for 27. Tho Star who batted two men Short in making 10 in their first innings end 29 in their second. Johnson and a. Dowse bowled Well for the winners Whilo Campbell Aud Castrol did similar duties for to losers. Minor Cricket association. May Piid v. Obi unt cup tie this on fixture was put Ltd at Victoria Park when the Muj fiddy won by five Wio Kots and 4 runs. 1 to May Fields skipper winning the tabs sent the orients to Tho wickets who 46 Dougoll 12, Donohou it. Tho May Fields then took the orcs is and Euc coded in patting together 60 Edwards 31 not out Austin 12. In to second innings of Tho orients Thoy a better stand compiling 68 Smith 22, Barkby 20, not out thus leaving Tho May Fields 66 to win which Uliey in doing with Tho Iosub of five Wio Kots Evans 20, Honzell 14, and Ewart 0. Honzell Edwards Evans and Ore bowled for ibo winners und do Gull Barkby Lee on and Donohou for to losers. Second Boom Ebano v. Psi Niu try face this match was concluded on Sun Rudy and resulted in a Victory for to Formor by Ono innings and five runs Tho Scooros boing Fotioo Terrace first innings 44 a.ebenstonl4 second innings 47 e. Stevens is not outta Fielding of Tho boomerangs being very Tamo. Boomerangs first innings 9g o. Christ 42 not out got by splendid Ori Okot a. Soott Trad Man 20 end 16 . Bowling against Petrio Torrate a. Soott nine for 66 f Trumbull soon for 27 and m. Keogh two for 2. Against boomerangs f. Mann four for 26 r. Tim ran one for 23 w. Farr Nono for 1 j. Nhey Throe for 24 f. Etc Aston Nono for 10 a. Benston Nono for 7. Cly ton v. Mental Junior cup Tio played at Victoria Fark and Reed ipod in a win for Tho i Pitons by 6 runs. Tho following Woro the so orc a Cliftons 30 and 31 orientals 19 and 37. Rolls ton and hours bowled for Tho winners As did Doran and Thompson for Tho losers. Miscellaneous. Normak v. Beauly. This Mutch was played at 8lanloy Oval and resulted in us easy win for to former by 74 runs. Tho normans 42 and 76, and Tho Beauly 14 and 30. Tho principal scorers for Tho winners wets o. Shelly 21, j. Connolly 21, and j. Halley 20. Todd and w. A Whitworth bowled Woll for the winners As did Crampton and Maries for Tho losers. Second audion v. Fitzroy. This Inath web played at than ploy a l add nok on Satur Day and resulted in an any win for Tho Farmer by no innings add 81 runs. Tha principal scorers for Iho win Neib were t. Bird 22, f. M Lennon 16, a Weston 13, and o. Cotton 11 and for Tho losers h. Send 16. O. Colton and g. A attorn bowled Woll for the winners As did o. L Richord and g. French for the Osers. Rifle shooting. Brisbane engineers v. Queens land scottish. Volunteers teams from these corps Sefc Torf conclusions of saturday a to 13th instant at to Wong. Tho match resulted in a win for Tho log racer by 90 Points. Tho conditions Scro 10 Noo Antido the right highest to count at 300, 500, and 6c0 Yards seven shots and a sighting shot at each rant to. Tho Day web not favourable for Good booting to wind boing unsteady and to Light towards Tho latter part of Tho match Dull. The following Aro Tho source Engin ours. In Drift to Foo pm . Y 1. Yes. Yes. Motul ten Pelt Dickin v5 2s 2 78 in poor Kirkwo thl. 28 28 i 75 Liouta Nannt Lewis Iii 211 20 71 upper w. E. Evans. 25 2f� 22 72 Corporal Green. 2g 17 2h Gil Cori Iorns Brookman. In 112 15 us sapper Long 18 2 1, 1 1 us Snypp Hooton. 17 28 15 go sort major o Brien .28. 32 17 j 58 Tapper a Luchio 20. � 8 37 851 less two scores. 85 total. My Scoti in . Ume yes. Yes. Yes. 0"11 priv to ice son 20 25 27 78 it a Genet Man thru. 27 �0 10 73 Colour Scrant Dixon. 27 25. 21 78 Annjo Munroe. 23 23 j5 01 sergeant major Kelly. -24 38 5 47 Privato Andorson. In 17 32 .45. Pivato m a Liktor 20 21 2 43 Privato co Lett. 7 14 11 40 he Ricaut lob Orthun. Is l i 5 2il 48s less one 20 Ino Field artillery gun matches. The Field artillery assembled at Sandgate on saturday last for Tho annual competitions Lor prizes presented by Tho Rifle Aseo Rialon and Lient colonel Drury o.m.q., q.a., comm ending Field artillery also a Silver trumpet presented by Meaaisi. F. W. Wilson and go., of firm which Captain m Kie the popular Quarter master of Field artillery is a partner to be won twice by to Samo Battery. Tho Bat Torios left by train at 11.6 ., taking three 9-Panndors . Guns and ammunition. Shooting commenced it about 1.39 p.m., attic got placed on to Sand to wards no Deco by a party under sergeant major cat Polo. The tract co was not so Good As in previous occasions although the Sargota were very much knocked about during Tho Day and. Several times disabled. Firing was opened by Captain Hoghton with u trial snot for the Brisbane Battery major Stanley following with Tho Emo for Tho Moreton Battery. Major Jackson r.a., and or. T. W. Jeans who was pros ont to Rcpt cent Tho Rizia association Garo every satisfaction As Umpire and Tirao Poopor . A Rago party under Louto Oats Donnelly and Hart did Good for vice in noting Tho effect of shots on Tho targets to o choir conditions of shooting Scro that six rounds of plugged Shell should a offed by Osoh do Taoh ment in six my autos Detato Bents to " Cobango rounds once Ono Point to to Tho Seero for every 19 dec Ponds in excess of Timo allowance Tho Drill of Dotalo Monts to to taken into consideration in awarding Points Range to to under 2,999 Yards targets 6 foot by 6 foot with Bull Eye of 1-Fsot radius Aud outer ring of 3 feet. Ttttt1 to military matters. F to following appointments promotions resignations transfers and Othar changes Are notified sout Ziehn military Dirix Nice. Moreton division. Morton mounted in Fantry sergeant h Wendt is Appu Atod on Reri nation to the Volunteer a Honvo. The Moreton Ovind Siuy Tho re National of private o. M. Field and private r. Ruin no accepted. The undermentioned men Are Tenek off Tho strength of Tho corps for Nodi Date Nanoo at Drill Privato v7. Go ratio r. Wellow. H. Devloo and e. R. Drew. G company lieutenant w. J. Browne i3 appointed to to a Captain provisionally and in turns Ferrod to i company december 3, 1890. I company a cling Captain a. J. Browno will take or command of Tho company. John Georgo Piovera in appointed to be a Liou tenant provisionally december 3, 1890. Head quarters baud Tho Rog ignation of Bondsman j. R. Sowolla to accepted. Brisbane Ambula Noo corps Tho resignation under medical certificate of company sergeant Mejor f. C. Wise is accepted. Tho acting commandant do Birco to Placo on record the valuable ser7ico rendered by thib non commbs Onod of incr for n period of five a car. Que Neland Irish Volunteer corp. The notification referring to to appointment of Denis o Connor which was published in general Ordor no. 280, 1890, is hereby cancelled. Ibo resignation of acting lion tenant Deni o Connor has be on accepted. Wide Bay and Burnett division. Wido Bay mounted infantry bund Borg detachment sergeant a. Dean reverts at his own request to the rank of private Corporal g. Ait Kua is appointed to to a sergeant. Non Ankun military District. Kennedy division. Tho Kennedy regiment. B company acting Colour sergeant h. A. Thornton in pointed to be Colour sergeant acting sergeant Rooney is appointed to to a a Ergeant. As to Devecco department is now called upon to pay for All telegrams iss cd on Tho Public 6orvioo by members of the defence Force commanding officers and All whom it May concern no hereby cautioned that Meas gos so sent will by closely scrutinised and any message conveying information which is considered not sufficiently pressing to to sent As a Telegram and which could and should have ctn sent by Post will be charged to the sender. Official notifications. From saturday s government Arron Tanta. Wilhelm Cropp to be a trustee of the Reserve for cemetery in the pariah of Albert in Tho room of for Diu and Kloin fico a resigned. Tho following super numer Aries to to clerks in the government but bugs Bank namely Henry s. C. Baratali Richard Curtis Robert t. A. Harris Richard h. H. Mills William a. Seiko and Herbert m. M. Ruddock William r. Archdall corresponding of err audit Oilive to a an in Spector of accounts in Tho of 8, d. Williams eco Rcd for Tho service of the Queensland defence forgo and James c. T. Sardou clerk in Tho office of Tho land Board to to clerk in Tho Depipi rement of the auditor general in Tho room of Are doll promoted. The clerk of Petty sessions at 8tan Thorps to to land agent and acting land commissioner for Tho Stan Thorpe land agent s District in the room of g. Do Char deceased William Berlin Aud Joeeph a. Evans to to trustees of the Reserve Lor of Mcterry in the Parish of Walloon in the rcom of John Lane resigned and William Matthews deceased Thomas Smith to to a trn Atco of the Reserve for Como tory in Tho Parish of Gican mount Wal Cretoni the room of Samuel Parkes i Caignon. Services with. Tho services of Loftus Gray a an acting sub Liou tenant in the Nav a artillery volunteers have been dispensed with. Resignation. The resignation of w. Arm Strong us a trustee of the tit. Lawrence general cemetery Reserve has been accepted. Divisional Board matters. The division of Eidsvold Bab been subdivided into three sub divisions three members being assigned to each subdivision. Tho whole of the present members no to Retiro at the clone of the next annual elec Tion. The boundaries of Tho subdivisions Aro notified. It is also notified that the Wou Garra divisional Bourd shall consist of Mno members instead of six is heretofore three members being assigned to each sub division. The amended boundaries of Tho divisions of Marampa and Laidley Aro notified. Reserves. Permanent for state school purposes county of Churchill Parish of Ding Stone 2 acres. Land notices opon to Ocon pation Diconso after january 19, Burin Tsuro Lund agent s District Bacr Cullen Block about 50 Square Miles St Arculla Nob. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, ranging from 29 to 18 Square Miles Dalby land agent s District resumed parts of Calli Stris Bollon Pilic a fairyland Jingo Jingo runs Hugh Endetta agent s District resumed parts of red Cliffo inn tearoom agent s District Allan vide Block Devil n pulpit look Delhunty Block Cunna mull agent s District resumed part of Yarmouth run Rockhampton agent s Ait riot to Ruish blocks a by a tendhd8 invited. Till dec Ember 29, Eros tic of footbridge Gray Street Beenleigh tul december 22, for Supply of 200 tons of goal for locomotives &o., Mackay till a Sunry 2, for now verandas immigration depot Lva Ugaro Point alterations government printing of Leo till january 5, for apply of material Nea Saary for erection of Telegraph wires. Mar Xiaoe act. Notices of removal Rev. George w. G. Dainty Church of England from Bowon to Townsville Aud Rev. James Coles Charob of England from Harrisville to Bundaberg. Rev. Ludwig Kruso German and scandinavian lutheran residing at Mari Jamba and Tho Rev. Hunter Finlay m.d., Church of England residing at Townsville have been authorized to Colorato marriages. . It is notified that the receiving Calioo at Canterbury near wind rub will on and from Jannary 1 to to placed by a pout office which will also to a postal note of Lino. Boys brigade. During Shepas Teofe the three brigade sword of bbses under instructors Fuller m pne Raon und Lenehan were hard at work preparing for the grand assault it to to Givon next Satur Day night in Tho Columbia rink for the chief instructor s Benefit. The following events will Homo off sword exc Csecs sword and foil com bats word dancing Jig dancing songs and re citations Indian club swinging to Mua Loal accompaniment bagpipes competitions Tum bling and Othor amusements. The brigade will Moron from pot bight at 7 Sharp to the rink. Brigade and Home boys who March and attend Par Deb this week will be admitted Freo. Fifty boys and five instructors proceed of to que Cusport on saturday and indulged in rating and general recreation after which Light refreshments were served by Tho company s managers or. And mrs. Anderson. The owner of Tho Steamer Pearl has informed Tho Abief instructor that to will Tako 100 Woll do serving boys up Tho River any saturday after noon. The lads will accordingly to selected and to offer accepted. Pee Best Medicine known is Sander and sons Euca Lyyti extract. Test its eminently Apo Worfolk efforts in of Ngop voids influenza. Of. The Relief is instantaneous. Thousand s to to most Gratifying to Timohy. His Nee to Tho King of Italy and Sooj Syndi Cates All Over to Globe Aro its patrons. Read Tho official reports that accompany each Bottlo. We Liao no occasion to offer rewards in proof of Tho genuineness of our Rof Ernoes. The official reports of medical cd Limos and universities the official communication of the Consul general for Italy at Melbourne Thoj diploma awarded Intonational exhibition Ash Stordal All these Are authentic documents and a such not open to doubt. To add Here Opito raq of Ono of to various Osob treated by Singon. M.d., professor a. Burning of Tho night hand through Tho explosion of a to null nil stove. Tho epidermis on the Volar and Palmer Side of Tho hand of the thirty your Oid patient was Romp Letoy soup rated and lifted up As far As the joint of the hand. The likewise lifted Wero hanging i Hobo and half of Tho Phalanx of the Nail of Tho Middle Finger was coated. Tho wounds thus contracted healed in Throo weeks under daily applications of eur Alpus extract dressing. retained full a of Hor Bond. 1 qx7enoy-nqtes. � from the week no weather pc Simiet of the most hypochondriac Type could a morose enough to find fault with the Wathor through which Southern Queensland is now Paaaina. It Oan hardly be called seasonable to mild is it and so nicely varied by showers. Not Many Days pass to Gother without More or less rain. List West was comparatively free from electrical disturbances but on tuesday a gentle rain foil most of Tho Doy. The temperature is Moderato co oppressive heat. As yet Only Oao wave of heat has passed Over to part of Tho Colony with which to Aro most acquainted. The effect of Tho mild temperature and Tho frequent showers is visible every whore. To Are approach ing Midsummer har Bogor of Queenland a Tali tonal Rainy season but already Tho ver dunce of Tho Earth everywhere Gladden the Eye. A. Although the splendid weather is affording the stricken country every physical Chance of commercial recuperation the process is very slow. Debilitated Trade seems almost Ino Pablo of re invigoration. No Ono believes that it is strangled beyond recovery but it finds its feet and its foothold slowly. If weather could re Vive Trado that which we Aro now having ought to produce Tho effect but it does not. There is no demand for labour. Christmas when it arrives will find Many Folk incapable of really and jovially enjoying its coming. A Shadow Falls on their Homes Aud their hearts. Still it is remarkable Bow a Largo portion of the Community do enter with aet of a Holiday. There was a great out turn of Ortiz cons on separation Day to the various pleasure resorts. The general hilarity seemed to say nil Despe Rawluk Tho Queensland National agricultural As Coo ution have decided to proceed with their new building presumably to us if possible to have it ready for next year s show. After a Long tussle with the acclimatisation society a right of Way has been opened to a permanent occupation of a portion of the land originally granted to Tho acclimatisation society. Tho right has been scoured by the irresistible Force of Legisla Tion. But Tho compulsory Concession Orriss palpable Public advantages this Only Noilea sensible Puoplo to Tho compulsory resumption of land granted by the grown for a specific Pur pose and held by trustees solely for the purpose for which it was granted. An injustice to Ono Publio body May be Moro or less if not wholly condoned by generosity to another Public body with not entirely dissimilar Bat wider objects. The National agricultural association has been sorely handicapped since its show Hall was Burnt Down. An exhibition cramped f or room can never be High class. Tho is Roit rioted by the confined area of operations. It Scro Folly to contemplate Largo operations on a Small area. The Obj oots attainable by exhibits out Aldo Tho main building Hugo been jealously and successfully pursued. Bot the annual exhibition will never to worthy of its name till it secures the co Cape ratio of pro tidal Farmers and a larger Competition amongst that class. Thoroughbred Home and cattle took arc goo show objects delightful things for common eyes to look upon and profitable things for their breeders or owners but Thoy belong to one class of exhibitors whilst wheat Maize Oats Hay potatoes turnips of belong to another Olf Abs. Tho latter class wants drawing out by some Means. Tho now valuation and rating act is already beginning to exercise its influence on Tho work of some provincial local authorities. It will on Tail operations in All municipal and divisional areas which Are cont round by prudent men. There will to less Money spent. It is most unlikely that Tho loss of endowment will be immediately up by additional rating. For local authorities to do this would raise an out Ory that would to Beard from Stan Thorpe to nor Nanton. But if Tho Money be not Forth coming work must to curtailed. Tho awkwardness of Tho situation lies mainly in the is Dan sees with which Tho change has been brought about. Buist log contracts cannot he repudiated. Obligations Havo been incur Rod in the expectation of Tho usual endowment these must to discharged by Susoe Dizig in tended work for which contracts have Nob been entered into. But the curtailment of operations involves the Iosub of work to Many corporation and Board abour ors. This effect is inevitable a Sheok will be put on improvements a wholesome discipline in Economy will take place non Necess Itous work will be postponed. Apart from to and hardship of throw ing men out of work it May not be any serious drawback to postpone some of the work. Why should this generation of queenslander sweat themselves into Lover heat in making High class roads for All future time v will not posterity be As Well Able to take care of themselves As to Arop Aye and a lot More Ablo if All Money is to to spent by everybody for Tho general Good As fast As it is . This is Tho Bellamy dream that so Many people Aro indulging in their Wakeful hours. Tho Premier is going North presumably on a joint Mission of observation and conversion. To goes As Tho apostle of territorial Unity to goes to gauge the extent of discontent to goes to ascertain Why Bis scheme of provincial government has been received with freezing indifference. Is to also Bent on for Biog Public sentiment by argument and suasion into har Mony with his own views to failed to do this in parliament. Will Tho proletarian ear to More amenable to Tho soda Estivo charms of Bis oratory ? that to will meet with a variable temperament of Publio opinion is certain. A portion of the Puoplo will listen to his orations with old respect another portion will listen with fetid Aonnie Sootee. Interests Arodi verified to necessarily Aro sentiments. Men who insist that Southern influence and control Aro a dead weight on Northern Progress will refuse to to charmed into sympathy with the Premier s substitute for absolute self government. Those who believe that the sole object of the separation its is Tho Sou int Crest of its leading promoters will oho or his senti ments to Tho Echo. It is a bold thing to go into Tho Lions Don immediately after tantalising to Lions with pieces of Stone in lieu of chunks of flesh. That Tho provincial government Echimo is regarded by advocates of separation As n Stone Pat for Tho bread Thoy asked for is Olear. To do not admit that they judge rightly but that they do so judge is undeniable Thero is a Groat Deal to be said in favour of the Premier s a Homo but it has Fallon on ears that have grown accustom of to the separation dog Dong for such a length of time that they Aro Cirinc Tiuch to listen to any other tinting Nebula Tion f in Brittany a curious matrimonial custom prevails. On Portain fete Days to Young ladies appear in red petticoats with White or yellow Pordora around them. The number of Bordors denoted to portion to father is willing to give Ohio daughter. Each Whito hand representing Silver denotes 100 francs per annul and each yellow band denotes Gold and Bot Okons 1,000 francs a year. Thus a Young Man who Soos a Faco that pleases him has Only to glance at Tho trimmings of the petticoats to learn what amount Roeom Panisea the wearer

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