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  2. THE KIANDRA DIGGINGS.

    THE following was published in the Age of Thursday:— I observe that you have published Colonel Freeling's report of his tour to Kiandra, and having twice ...

    Article : 2,285 words
  3. REMINISCENCES OF A GOLD-DIGGER.

    How far to the rush, mate? About fourteen miles. So far; well; I shall not make it to-night; how far is the next waterhole? About five miles. Well, I shall have had enough of it by that time, so I shall ...

    Article : 1,967 words
  4. QUEENSLAND.

    BRISBANE, MAY 30TH.—The Parliament of Queensland was formally opened yesterday, by the Governor in person. About eleven o'clock visitors who had cards of admission began to muster in the Council Chamber; and long before ...

    Article : 1,850 words
  5. A VOICE FROM THE COUNTRY.

    Last was a peculiarly busy month among tue feathered tribes. They might be said to be packing up and starting on a foreign tour; chirping and piping was heard all day; little bands of wanderers constantly ...

    Article : 1,654 words
  6. SOUTH SEA MISSIONS.

    BY the French barque Sultan, which arrived on Monday last, we have additional intelligence from the South Sea Mission. The following letter from the Rev. A. Chisholm, who arrived by the Sultan, ...

    Article : 2,386 words
  7. MERCANTILE AND MONEY ARTICLE

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