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  2. QUEENSLAND.

    William Jack, a selector at Manango, has wilfully shot himself dead. The escort from Charters Towers has brought 8,000 ounces of gold. The field is ...

    Article : 57 words
  3. MIDLAND ROAD BOARD.

    Present—Messrs. L Killicoat, J.P. (in the Chair), J. Bowden, J.P., R. Kelly, J.P., and. W. Lewis, J.P., Commissioners; Mr. W. Duffy, the Superintending-Surveyor; and the ...

    Article : 4,626 words
  4. OUR CITY LETTER.

    The Treasurer has introduced his statement of expenditure for next year in the Assembly, and it shows very decidedly that while our revenue can scarcely be said, to be growing in ...

    Article : 2,964 words
  5. KAPUNDA.

    Present—All Mr. George Teagle was elected Chairman. Surveyor reported on works finished and passed for payment, viz., A. Richter, balance £22 5s.; P. Fitzpatrick, ...

    Article : 146 words
  6. DUTTON TOWN.

    It appears very certain that the members of the Central Road Board or their officers will not lay themselves open to the charge of hastiness in their movements respecting the ...

    Article : 435 words
  7. SATURDAY, JULY 17.

    Present—All. Tenders were received and accepted for the following works:—For footbridge, Truro Road, W. & C. Clutterbuck, £67 1s.; forming and metalling near J. ...

    Article : 73 words
  8. QUORN.

    For the last week we have had a continuance of dry hot days and frosty nights, which has done a great deal to dry up the little moisture in the ground. The crops here and ...

    Article : 215 words
  9. LATE TELEGRAMS.

    At twelve o'clock to-day the Members of Parliament assembled for the purpose of being sworn in by a commission, consisting of the Chief Justice and Judge Barry. There was ...

    Article : 562 words
  10. KILKERRAN.

    Well, Mr. Editor, I suppose you have forgotten all about your correspondent in this part of the globe, or, perhaps, thought you had lost all traces of him for ever; ...

    Article : 308 words
  11. PORT AUGUSTA.

    Business here at present is exceedingly brisk. Large numbers of conveyances may be seen daily bringing in wheat, &c., and conveying produce from here to the northern ...

    Article : 280 words
  12. GAWLER.

    The Rev. S. Fairey who had charge of the Baptist Church for nearly ten years, and is now being removed to Parkside, was entertained at a social tea in the ve[?]try, followed ...

    Article : 129 words
  13. CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir—Cannot something be done to get the Bridge at McCarthy's crossing open to the traffic, or is it to be the usual way of carrying out Government works—to get two or three ...

    Article : 188 words
  14. THE LORD'S RPAYER IN AN ACROSTIC.

    In the following curious composition the initial capitals spell, "My boast is in the glorious Cross of Christ." The words in italics when read from top to bottom and ...

    Article : 341 words
  15. FREELING.

    The weather has been nipping cold lately, and on Monday morning Jack Frost paid us a visit. His heavy locks were everywhere to be seen, and the old, old man was as cutting ...

    Article : 208 words
  16. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    S. Dorrington, Stephens, and C. Dorrington. Mr. Polkinghorne, as Returning-Officer, reported result of elections. Resolved that Cr. E. G. Blesing be Chairman for ensuing year; ...

    Article : 87 words
  17. BELVIDERE.

    Present—Crs. Jackson, Byrne, and Kearne. Cr. Jackson was elected Chairman for the ensuing year. Letter read from Mr. C. B. Domeyer, of Nuriootpa, applying for ...

    Article : 153 words
  18. PORT PIRIE.

    The fine weather has at last broken up. The farmers are once more jubilant, although many declare that their crops are partially nipped. On Thursday evening rain began to ...

    Article : 132 words
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