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  2. MAJOR O'BOBADIL INTERVIEWED.

    OUR representative called on Major O'Bobadil. M.P. "If you please, Major," said our representative, putting his head in at the door—but ...

    Article : 1,558 words
  3. THE RISE IN THE DARLING AND ITS CONSEQUENCES.

    THE recent rise in the River Darling will have a very beneficial effect on the trade of this colony with the Riverina district. Vessels will be able and are now loading with goods ...

    Article : 1,014 words
  4. CAMBRIDGE GULF TO THE ELVIRA.

    MR. W. J. O'DONNELL, explorer, writing from Wyndham, Cambridge Gulf, on 13th June, says:— By files of Southern papers received by ...

    Article : 1,511 words
  5. COUNTRY MAILS.

    WE had 2½in. of rain on the 25th of last month; since then, howover, the weather has been fine, and there seems to be every prospect of our having done with the rain. The winter ...

    Article : 3,195 words
  6. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    THE long fight over the Customs Duties Bill is practically at an end, so for at least as the Assembly is concerned. In spite of the protests of the Opposition, the Government kept ...

    Article : 1,787 words
  7. THE GREAT FIRE AT VANCOUVER.

    THE steamship Queen of the Pacific arrived from Victoria bringing details of the Vancouver fire. From the account of an eye-witness of the recent fearful holocaust at Vancouver[?] the ...

    Article : 1,014 words
  8. MINING REPORTS.

    MR. S. CASTON, Gympie, forwards the following reports:— Nil Desperandum and Perseverance United. —The manager reported to the directors on 22nd ...

    Article : 821 words
  9. QUEENSLAND RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

    SIR,—I have scanned your columns in vain for an announcement of the forthcoming annual rifle matches. I yesterday accidentally saw a programme printed in sheet form for ...

    Article : 286 words
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